This week in Albuquerque you can indulge in some delicious nosh, witness Chinese acrobats and join in on a city celebration!
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Please join us at the 2020 State of the City Celebration on Saturday, January 11th, 2020. This FREE event will have fun for the entire family including interactive entertainment, local crafts and vendors, music, art, food and more! More details will be announced in the coming weeks. The City of Albuquerque is also partnering with America Prays to support those experiencing homelessness in our community at this year’s State of the City Celebration. Attendees are invited to bring donations of canned goods and gently used clothing to the event so that these items can be distributed to trusted partners in our city to help those in need. We hope you'll come out to join our amazing community partners for food, fun and excitement for the whole family! The celebration begins at 10am and the formal program begins at 1pm. Please contact email@example.com with any questions or to get involved.
A Community Event Brought to you by the Jewish Community Center of Greater Albuquerque. Nosh (Yiddish): noun: a snack or light meal verb: to eat a snack, to eat lightly. What's Your Favorite Nosh? Savory brisket? Pastrami sandwich? Matzoh ball soup? Lox & bagels? Whatever you nosh, you'll nosh it at ABQ NoshFest - a celebration of Jewish food and more. Join us as we gather Albuquerque's finest & most popular restaurants whose chefs will prepare and serve their favorite Jewish and Israeli foods. Some will serve a signature item from their restaurant menu, and some will offer a new item exclusively for the second annual ABQ NoshFest. Either way, we promise that you'll nosh it like never before.
The Peking Acrobats showcase the nearly 3,000 year old traditional Chinese form— acrobatics. Tumblers, cyclists, jugglers and more execute stunts such as bowl piling, hoop diving, and rope walking. Accompanied by live musicians, the Peking Acrobats create an exuberant entertainment event fun for the whole family.
Salute to Service Day -- New Mexico vs. Air Force Men's Basketball.
The NMPhil winds and brass step out to warm this midwinter afternoon! Dvořák’s Serenade for Winds, scored for two oboes, two clarinets, two bassoons, three French horns, cello, and double bass is both lyrical and intensely beautiful. French horns and trumpets stand out in Crespo’s rollicking Spirit of Brass. Breathe in the beauty of Bach’s “Air on the G String.” Then—four trumpets, four trombones, horn, and tuba frame Jan Koetsier’s Brass Symphony—a masterpiece of the brass repertoire. Finally, two gorgeous 16th-century Gabrieli Canzons.
Albuquerque Museum was selected as one of only 20 museums throughout the United States to receive a grant from Aroha Philanthropies, through its initiative Seeding Vitality Arts in Museums. These workshops highlight exhibitions at Albuquerque Museum through teaching related art classes. Workshops will be 8 two-hour sessions. This puppetry workshop introduces students to the art of designing, building, and performing fully functioning puppet characters. Participants are introduced to a variety of techniques, with a focus on 3 styles (i.e. buraku, hand and rod, shadow, etc.) based on the collective interests and abilities of the students. This workshop culminates with a presentation fully realized puppet characters. Attendees must be 55 years or older.
Join YogaZo & SFBC for Pints & Planks ! We will be meeting upstairs in the community area above Rustic and ChillN, across from the taproom. YogaZo will be hosting yoga each and every Monday at 6PM. Admission gets you a 60 minute class with a certified instructor and $1 off pints at the Santa Fe Brewing Company after!