New Mexico event from March 29 to April 4

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – Check out community events in New Mexico from March 29 to April 4.

Albuquerque

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  • March 29 Pastel paws – The Humane Society of Lincoln County Resale Shop in Ruidoso is hosting an event for pets to have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny. It starts at 12 noon
  • March 29 Herbs for Childbearing Years – This remote interactive course is offered by Human Path in Taos.
  • March 29-30 “Rent” at the Flickinger Center for the Performing Arts – Alamogordo Music Theater’s last two performances of the Jonathan Larson classic. Tickets are $12.48.
  • March 30 Last Saturday sale – Santa Fe Habitat ReStore (2520 Camino Entrada) is hosting its sale starting at 9:00 a.m.
  • March 30 Taos Hound Underground fundraiser – Food and funds will be collected at Tractor Supply in Taos from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • March 30 Open space-time in Meow Wolf – Enjoy free art making in Meow Wolf’s community room. 1352 Rufina Sir. in Santa Fe. It starts at 12 noon
  • March 30 “Dynamic Evacuation Model” Open House – Emergency Management with the City of Santa Fe is hosting the event at the Public Safety Building in Santa Fe (1600 St. Michael’s Drive Building #2) from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
  • March 30 Saturday farmers market – The Santa Fe Farmers Market is open year-round on Saturdays in the heart of the Santa Fe Railyard.
  • March 31 Alto’s Easter Brunch – The event is held at Alto Lakes Golf and Country Club. Call 575-336-3130 for reservations. Brunch runs from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm
  • March 31 Sunday Chess Club – Popolo’s Games in Taos will host this free chess club open to all ages at 1:00 p.m.

Albuquerque Notice

πŸ”Ά ABQ Biopark Warns of 100th Anniversary Ticket Scam – Biopark says scam claims to offer $6.95 tickets commemorating 100th anniversary. The park wants to warn the public not to fall prey to this scam. Valid ABQ BioPark admission tickets can be purchased online abqtickets.com.

πŸ”Ά Albuquerque pauses rabbit adoptions for Easter – The City of Albuquerque Animal Welfare Department is suspending rabbit adoptions from city shelters from March 28th through Monday, April 1st.

πŸ”Ά Bernalillo County Proposes Official Naming of Area Known as ‘Sandia Ranch’ – The county is proposing to officially rename the land located at 6915 Edith Blvd. According to NE County, the name “Sandia Ranch” first appeared years ago when there was a tuberculosis sanatorium there.

πŸ”Ά Learn to garden for free at this Albuquerque library – the city Hosting a class Tuesday, April 2, to teach community members the basics of gardening. The city is Hosting a class Tuesday, April 2, to teach community members the basics of gardening.

πŸ”Ά Adult stem night at the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History – ‘Discovery After Dark’ will be held on April 12 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

πŸ”Ά Albuquerque, Las Cruces, Socorro getting entertainment upgrades – New Mexico is expanding entertainment options around the state with an investment of more than $1.6 million. The idea is to expand equitable access to the outdoors through states “Trail+” program.

πŸ”Ά Isotopes Unveils New LED Stadium Lighting System – The new system increases light levels more evenly throughout the ballpark, improving visibility and reducing glare for fans and players tracking the baseball.

πŸ”Ά Registration is open for Albuquerque Little Theater Summer Camp – The Albuquerque Little Theater Education and Youth Program offers classes, workshops and summer camps that cater to students of all ages. Kids can register for Disney’s Descendants Musical Camp, Play Actors Mini Camp, Play Builders Summer Camp, and more.

πŸ”Ά Registration Open for Bernalillo County Summer Camp – Summer camp runs from June 10th to July 26th and registration is now open. Now open this link. The seven-week program costs $290. Summer programs run Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

πŸ”Ά Explore Spring Break Camp – Explora is offering spring break camps on March 22, 25-29, and April 1-5. They will offer STEAM Camps for Pre-K, K-2nd grade, and 3-5th grade groups.

New Mexico Notice

πŸ”Ά 2 Rio Rancho City Council seats heading to runoff election – In District 6, Nicole Dann leads her next challenger, Edward Lynn Paulsgrove, by more than 200 votes but she fell short of the required 50% of the vote. Paul M. Weimar is the new District 5 councilor with 54% of the vote. The second round of city council elections will be held on April 9.

πŸ”Ά New Mexico Diocese Lawyers Abuse Case Launch Website – The lawyers behind a new lawsuit are also launching an outreach project to encourage other victims to come forward. Since launching the site earlier this year, they say about six have survived.

πŸ”Ά Rio Grande Theater is offering 2024 Summer Camps – Registration is now open for the inaugural year of Rio Grande Theater Camp. Theater and Tech classes will be offered. Last day of registration is May 24 at 4:00 PM

πŸ”Ά New Mexico law goes into effect in spring – Lawmakers recently approved a wide range of bills, from gun-related regulations to what students must meet in order to graduate high school. Many of these new laws will take effect on May 15.

πŸ”Ά The New Mexico History Museum will host a free community event at the Palace of the Governors – the event is a celebration of five years of restoration work on the palace. “History Homecoming: Past, Present, Palace” will be held on Sunday, April 21, at the Governors’ Palace from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

πŸ”Ά Eastern New Mexico University receives more than $16 million for improvements – Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU) is receiving a range of campus improvements thanks to funding approved during the 2024 legislative session. The school is getting $12 million for a new student academic services building. Groundbreaking for that project is happening later this year, the school says.

πŸ”Ά New Mexico offers debt relief for health care workers – workers must meet certain qualifications, such as working in a qualified occupation or under a qualified health care license. Application deadline is May 1, 2024, at 5:00 p.m

πŸ”Ά New Mexico Medicaid now covers Opil oral contraceptives – Medicaid consumers can get contraceptives at no cost, state says. Customers just need to ask for the medicine at the pharmacy counter. Medicaid in New Mexico offers free pregnancy tests and emergency contraception. There is also a hotline (1-833-796-8773) for reproductive health care questions and help.

πŸ”Ά I-10 Rehabilitation Project Near Arizona Border Causes Delays – A massive interstate rehabilitation project will cause delays on both eastbound and westbound I-10. The work will begin on Monday, April 1. Work on I-10 between Milepost 0 on the Arizona-New Mexico border and Milepost 15 in Hidalgo County will last about 200 business days, the New Mexico Department of Transportation says. Drivers should expect lane closures during the day.

πŸ”Ά New Mexico History Museum collects community artifacts for Jozobra exhibit – The museum and the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe want to see the community’s favorite memories of Jozobra, also known as “Old Man Gloom.” Community members can bring vintage merchandise, family movies or other memorabilia directly to the NMHM on Lincoln Street to be examined and photographed on site.

πŸ”Ά New Mexico Military Institute students head to DC to compete in National Science Bowl Finals – The New Mexico Military Institute team secured their spot in the finals and an all-expenses-paid trip after winning a qualifying regional competition last weekend. The national finals will be held April 25-29 in Washington, DC, and will include science activities and sightseeing along with the competition.

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