It's week twenty-four of our #365DaysOfEvents campaign. This week's events include cheering on the University of New Mexico's Lobo Men's Soccer team, taking a stroll through Old Town and enjoy live music at the Plaza and the Westside Summerfest. For more fun, be sure to check out our events calendar.
Monday, August 18
UNM Men's Lobo Soccer vs Fort Lewis College
Come cheer on the University of New Mexico Men's Lobo Soccer team as they take on the Fort Lewis Skyhawks at the first game of the season.
Tuesday, August 19
Open Drawing Sessions with Model
Come hone your drawing skills at in this relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. This open session give artists the opportunity draw the human form in a variety of poses.
Wednesday, August 20
Summertime in Old Town: Squash Blossom Boys
Enjoy live music at the Old Town Plaza Gazebo. Squash Blossom Boys- The traditional, yet contemporary, Squash Blossom Boys bring together a mix of Old Time, Swing, and driving Bluegrass music. Versed in jazz improvisation and music arrangement, the band creates a unique sound that explores the roots and boundaries of Americana.
Thursday, August 21
Los Poblanos Property Tour
Join us for a casual walk and talk around the property where we'll touch on the history, architecture, agriculture and current happenings at Los Poblanos. Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to walk the grounds, ask questions and get a glimpse of our gardens springing into action!
Friday, August 22
Movies in the Park: Smurfs 2
Enjoy the outdoors and the movie Smurfs 2 in the park. Guests are welcome to bring coolers with food and drinks, blankets and lawn chairs. No alcohol or glass allowed. Movie begins at dusk and is subject to cancellation due to weather.
Saturday, August 23
Enjoy the cool sounds on a hot summer night. Enjoy live music from Morris Day & The Time, kids' activities, a variety of food trucks, a market with local artisans and neighborhood businesses, and more!
Sunday Hike: A Day of Mindfulness and Nature
Enjoy a morning of tranquility and meditation led by Dug Corpolongo of Albuquerque Buddhist Fellowship through Carolino Canyon. This hike is part of the Open Space Summer Series.