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Fandalism is for musicians. Are you a musician? Join Fandalism to show your skills and network with other musicians. Join Now it's free. Join Fandalism Already a member. Guitarist in Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Music 7 Photos 0 Interview 7. How long have you been playing? Actually started in fifth grade with violin and graduated to bass and then guitar in high school. What was the first concert you ever went to?
Donny and Marie in , my parents took me What gear do you use? Are you in a band? Have you been in bands? If you could jam with anyone, who would it be? Bob Bert, isn't it obvious why? What's the biggest audience you ever performed to?
I smashed my guitar for them! You're stuck on a desert island and only get to bring one album with you. What do you pick? Jesus and Mary Chain - Psychocandy. Scott Parsons hasn't uploaded any pics yet. Shadow and Ash - "Testing Repose" http: Scott Parsons - Guitar. Rio Rancho, New Mexico. Global Control Project - "Dream Empty". Schizoid Aria - "Young and Golden Haired". Shadow and Ash - "Headstones" http: Location Rio Rancho, New Mexico.
Admission is free, 1 University NE, , unm. Examine 3, years of evidence for the historical authenticity of the Biblical text displayed through ancient near Eastern artifacts.
National Hispanic Cultural Center is dedicated to the study, advancement and presentation of Hispanic culture, arts and humanities. The Heart of Arte! On Sats, pm, the art museum presents tours, each exploring a different exhibit and theme. Learn about the Holocaust and other genocides around the world. Content is not limited to one religion, culture, geographic area or time.
Visit the exhibit Art of the Holocaust, this section contains various works of art created to commemorate the Holocaust. Visit The Hall of the Stars, aimed at explaining how the night sky is organized, the Planetarium and Dynatheater. Open Weds, Sats, 8th NW, , nmslrhs. Ross Ward spent more than 40 years of his life constructing this museum. During the s and s, his miniature wood-carved figures traveled to fairs around the country.
Unser Racing Museum lays out the history of the Unser racing legacy. Ongoing, 3rd Thursday, Science, art and mechanical engineering come into play in creating automata. Included with general admission, free members and children under 1, Explora, Mountain NW, , explora.
Visitors color and scan things which then appear in a virtual world the size of a wall; touch to see what happens. Included with admission, free members and children under 1, Explora, Mountain NW, , explora. Developed from a daily drawing practice, this is an adaptation from The Best. The pieces in this exhibit focus on a few of over characters she has been developing. This is an annual exhibit of award-winning works created by APS high school art students.
Migrations contextualizes human migration so that it can be mourned, accepted, embraced and in some circumstances celebrated; runs through March Sample everything from blazing BBQ to superhot salsa to mild and savory marinades and rubs, even sweet heat desserts.
Locally grown food, local musicians and produce. Free, Corrales, , corralesgrowersmarket. An evening of food, art and entertainment aimed at providing families with an opportunity to connect around nutrition, cooking, health lifestyles and culture; most months free samples of local produce are available. Celebrate this day with a quilting exhibition.
The nation's largest festival dedicated to chocolate, coffee and gourmet foods featuring chocolatiers, coffee roasters, candy makers, bakers, breweries, wineries and gourmet food companies. Live entertainment, baking contest, professional cooking demonstrations and a dedicated Kids Zone with free face painting and bouncers.
Support Corrales Elementary School as they host their annual book fair. Hunt for eggs filled with tumbled stones, colorful beads, million-year-old fossils and minerals, face painting, meet the Easter Bunny; children are welcome to bring their own baskets. Stories and music for all ages on KUNM E-mail a request to kunmkids kunm. Ongoing, Explora Music Jam, 2: Instruments are provided for all ages.
Lessons and band practice, performance and competition tunes. Bagpipe and Highland Drum lessons for grades Bring a ukulele or check one out and join in a practice session; all ages.
Music by Alan Menken. Calendar Calendar Calendar Nelson. Student artwork is projected above the orchestra, as well as on display in the lobby; all ages. Free, donations appreciated, V. Classical and traditional Irish folk guitar music of Kevin Caffrey, who represents Guitar NM, a non-profit organization that fosters the appreciation of classical guitar.
The orchestra ensemble is comprised of high school guitar players grades This performance is part of the integrated series to bring musicians to perform for the artists with development disabilities at N4th.
This musical and theatrical act weave Latin American rhythms, rich harmonies and rock dynamics; part of Revolutions International Theatre and Music! Festival; all ages, reservations required.
Free, Gonzales SW, , abclibrary. Free, Central NW, ,. One on One, check website for details, registration required; Teen Role playing ages , registration required, check site for dates and times. Free, Barstow NE, , abclibrary. Club tweens and teens , 3rd Sats, pm. Free, NM 33, Tijeras, , abclibrary. Free, Juan Tabo NE, , abclibrary. Free, Eastridge NE, , abclibrary.
Free, Griegos NW, , abclibrary. Free, Copper NW, , abclibrary. Free, 2nd NW, , abclibrary. Free, Broadway SE, , abclibrary. Free, Central NE, , abclibrary.
Ongoing, Taylor Ranch Library, Fam-. Free, Bogart NW, , abclibrary. All PreK through 8th graders and families are invited to see what the school has to offer: Free, 4th NW, x, for reservations email acantanzaro nvanm.
Learn science through hands-on activities, games and art. Engaging handson exploration of science, tech, engineering, art and math subjects keep imaginations active during the school break; grades Pre-K through teens.
Call for fee and activity details. Explora, Mountain NW, , explora. Students explore play writing, theater design and character creation; ages ; with performance on March Before and after care and limited partial scholarships available.
This fastpaced camp keeps youth moving in ballet, contemporary, hip-hop and jazz; with an end-of-week performance for family and friends; all levels welcome. Calendar Calendar Calendar Keshet Arts, , keshetarts. Sports 31, Foam Glow, pm. A fun-filled experience exposing runners to Glowing Foam and a ton of blacklights all over the course, music and dancing after the race. Open to all ages, shapes, sizes and speeds.
Movies are shown on a five-story white screen with two projectors and digital surround sound. Microscopes, pigments, chromatography, oh my! One never knows what will be encountered as activities change throughout the month. Included with admission, free for members, under age 1, Explora, Mountain NW, , explora. Weekly crafts, outdoor activities and experiments will deepen discovery of the world; each week will have a craft that can be taken home. Identify and search for fuzzy animals, use a microscope to uncover a world.
Zoom into the infinite world of fractals in this dramatic and beautiful live fractal show accompanied by original music in surround sound. Customarily held in celebration of the birth of the Buddha, the Japanese flower festival Hana Matsuri marks the beginning of the flower blossom season.
Discover the history and design of the Japanese Garden, enjoy the blossoms of the five varieties of flowering cherry trees. Ongoing, Planetarium Shows, The Planetarium is a theater that blends art, science and fun; the foot full dome theater features education and entertaining multimedia presentations on astronomy and space science. See website for schedule. Ongoing, Toddler Time, am, Mons. Explora opens an hour early for caregivers and toddlers 5 and under to enjoy early childhood exhibit areas, storytime and a music jam.
Learn how to germinate and grow seedlings at home for yard and garden. Inside the World of Seeds, Delve into the world of seeds and discover the ins and outs of pollination, plant seed selection and seed saving and effective storage; all ages.
An all ages drop-in program with no experience necessary. Join Science Girl in her adventures as she uses the power of science to stop Dr. Visit the Botanic Garden's Mediterranean Conservatory which will be blooming, regardless of the weather, with colorful Asiatic and Oriental lilies and white cyclamen.
Guided Nature Walk, The Middle Rio Grande river valley is nature's laboratory with a different lesson plan every season. This is a moderately strenuous guided hike along the banks of the Rio Grande; participants are encouraged to leave pets at home; call to sign up.
This workshop invites children and families to have fun listening to and exploring sound and vibration. The presentation will include a live presentation of a Gila monster and a Mexican beaded lizard and will culminate in a feeding demo after the talk; call to sign up. The ABQ Astronomical Society TAAS and the Open Space Visitor Center will co-host this family-friendly annual event, which includes craft-making, an astronomy talk and night sky viewing with a variety of telescopes on the back patio; see website for full schedule.
Join volunteer coding experts and try coding. Bring a laptop if you can, the library has limited supplies for in-library use; ages A Visit with Dr. Miller is founder and director of the International Astronomical Search Collaboration, an educational outreach that provides high quality astronomical data to students, allowing them to make original astronomical discoveries and participate in hands-on astronomy.
Activities related to the number 3. Marine mammals all over the world need help; changing climate, polluted oceans and shrinking habitat have led many species to dire straits; but these extraordinary animals also inspire. Explore the Aquarium at night, learning about ocean animals and their nighttime behavior; visit the touch pool, play a game, get crafty and watch a marine movie during this sleep over; under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Free, binoculars and field guides provided, space is limited.
Stories of other young inventors combined with hands-on experience will inspire the children in this program to invent something fabulous; ages This program welcomes curiosity and creativity while tackling science, technology, engineer-.
An inventive acappella show, Gobsmacked! Ballet Repertory Theatre presents this ballet that takes the audience on a journey through the adventures of Alice based on episodes in Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. The new show, Oceans of Hope, is an ode to the indestructible spirit of Irish immigrants. Performing everything from lively jigs to homesick lullabies, the show honors the spirit of those who forged new lives in America, Australia and Canada, despite financial hardship and discrimination.
This is a touring puppet and shadow theatre whose mission it is to find modernity in traditional puppet techniques; all ages. Aida is a tragic love story set in Ancient Egypt.
The high school musical is set to contemporary music, and includes themes of love, war and self-sacrifice; not recommended for ages 12 and under. Opening gala March 8 after the performance. Every Friday performance, Howl at the Moon and wear your best flannel or favorite furry trapper hat to receive a door prize.
An aspiring singer in Philadelphia witnesses a crime and is placed in. Calendar Calendar Calendar hiding at a convent where she finds a bigger purpose in life with the choir. Popejoy Hall, Cornell NE, , popejoypresents. The Performers Ballet and Jazz Company present this sequel to the production of Christmas Joy and is expressed through dance.
Theme changes every week and usually integrates a snack, craft or activity. Ongoing, Bosque Storytime Hour, All ages welcome, especially ages with an adult. Ongoing, Read to the Dogs, 11am-1pm, 3rd Sats. Read to the dogs, children not yet reading can listen while they visit with the dogs; register upon arrival. Ongoing, Read to the Dogs, 11am-1pm, 2nd Sats.
Read to dogs, children not yet reading can listen while they visit with the dogs; register upon arrival. Ongoing, Stories in the Sky, 9: Stories, music and movement.
Ongoing, Storytime at the Garden, Relax in the Botanic Garden as volunteers read stories about plants and animals from around the world. Aimed at the youngest gardengoers, this includes tales and educational facts and activities. Each week features a different theme; tour Garden and see story themes come to life. Join for stories, rhymes, activities featuring a new different theme each week; ages 3 must be accompanied by an adult, age may attend alone.
Ongoing, Storytime with Miss Haven, 7pm, Fris. Stories, activities and snacks; new theme each week, all ages. Ellison NW, , bn. Ongoing, Wednesday Morning Storytime with Ms. Wake up to great stories and fun-filled crafts with Ms.
Songs and movement activities that build motor and social skills, increase independence and enhance language ability; for ages up to five years with adult caregivers. Babies and toddlers enjoy stories, songs, fingerplays, movement and free play; for ages up to two years. Seuss Birthday Celebration, 6: Storytime featuring this classic tale of a voracious caterpillar who eats his way through the days of the week and changes into a beautiful butterfly; activities to follow.
Themed stories, finger play, rhymes, songs and interactive activities while listening to longer stories; ages A group for families who live with severe food allergies and for those who want to learn more emotional and social peer support, no medical advice ; monthly parent meetings and family activities.
Call or check Facebook for location, , nmfoodallergy gmail. Open to everyone on the autism spectrum. Free, sign up at grasp. A safe place for families to share their experiences as they grieve. Call for info, , childrensgrief. Ongoing, Epilepsy Support Groups. Group focuses on studies of epilepsy and the brain, and discusses how to improve lives while living with epilepsy. Call or check website for details on.
Ongoing, Foster Parent Information Meeting. Connect with other child care providers; receive support, networking and training. Call for details. Various locations, , lllnm. A fun way to meet other families with little ones; join Facebook group for updates and locations: Kids and teens can learn more about this misunderstood diagnosis and gain support and information from others with OCD and related disorders.
Support for the newly diagnosed and all coping with these issues. Potluck and an educational discussion.
A program provided by teens for teens. Ongoing, Code Club, Learn how to program computers; ages Ongoing, Role-playing Games for Teens, 2nd Weds, 3: Teens get started with the world of role-playing games, test luck and strategic skills while creating characters and working through imagined worlds. Ongoing, Teen Advisory Group, 56pm, 4th Weds. Loma Colorado Library, Loma Col-. Get started with the world of role-playing games; test your luck and strategic skills by creating characters while working your way through imagined worlds; ages Book inspired discussion, snacks and craft; ages Generation Justice, 7pm, Suns.
The voices of NM teens via news, commentary, interviews, music. Ongoing, Zentangle Club, 2nd Fris, 1: Teens meet other teens, have a snack and connect with a local scientist through activities about his or her work. Free admission and snacks, Explora, Mountain NW, , explora.
Beginning and Intermediate class for teens and adults, no experience necessary, pm. Intermediate and Advanced, pm. Join other teens and explore new worlds, each month is a different fandom. Make simple, yet colorful and creative sculptures out of yarn and cardboard; supplies limited, for 10 participants, call or stop by; ages Featuring local teen bands and soloists, from punk rock to classical piano, singer songwriters, hip hoppers and spoken word artists.
Interested bands and performers should contact Outpost. Especially for Parents 2, Science on Tap, 5: NE Albuquerque, NM www. Under the guidance of our certified Montessori teachers, children develop at their own pace and discover that school and learning can be a fun and exciting adventure.
More than local families sell their gently used maternity, baby and kids items organized by size and gender; presale passes available for March From creating sensory books to playing peekaboo, these developmentally appropriate activities help little ones learn about the world; receive a certificate of attendance; please RSVP. Moana PG , pm.
All children must be accompanied by an adult. Annabelle Creation R , 5: A group of orphans are terrorized by a haunted doll after they are taken in by a grieving couple.
Presentations, a printing press demonstration, a scavenger hunt for all ages, and a behind-the-scenes tour. Ongoing, Wacky Wednesday, 2: All materials are provided, ideal for ages 7 and older; children must be accompanied by an adult and younger children will need assistance handling sharp objects.
Families limited to 25 participants take a minute museum tour; then create artwork; all ages. Feel the Breeze, pm. A workshop for preschoolers to explore air in its most tangible form - wind - by feeling it, making it and seeing its effects on other objects. Join for an intro to hip-hop and feel the groove with rhythmic steps; ages Join for an intro to hip-hop and feel the groove with rhythmic steps; ages , Free, Taylor Ranch Library, Bogart NW, , abclibrary.
Flamenco Day at the KiMo, pm. Exhibits 15, Sensory-Free Hours at Explora, 10am-noon. See website for Gazebo Entertainment schedule.
An Art Fair with a Purpose, 10am-4pm. Festival includes art vendors, live music, food trucks, youth market and contests; all ages. The arts play an important role in the curriculum of Hope Christian School, and each Spring they are celebrated in a week-long Festival of the Arts. The Art Show opens to the public at 6pm displaying the painting, drawing, photography and pottery of artists from the middle and high school; student art available for purchase.
Drama classes will perform this same evening. This festival includes The Tilted Tankard Tavern, live battles, Children's Realm, village shopping, food, music, demonstrations, arts and activities all recreated from the Middle Ages. Come to the new ukulele collection launch party and check out a ukulele to take home or bring your own. Vieux's live performances are highly energized and he is known for dazzling crowds with his speed and dexterity on the guitar, as well as his palpable charisma which captivates all audiences in spite of any language barriers though Vieux does speak 8 languages.
Customized tours will be provided after a brief opening reception; RSVP required via website. Includes springthemed environmental enrichment that will elicit natural behaviors for zoo animals. Help create a giant Sierpinski Triangle on the wall during April.
The Central Pond will be stocked with over 5, rainbow trout, including tagged fish; Catch one of the tagged trout to win a prize. Fishing licenses are required for 12 and older, derby begins at 6: Drop in and meet one or more local scientists as they share their current work with visitors of all ages through activities and conversation. All single admission tickets will be half off.
Activities include seal and hippo feedings and aquarium divers feeding animals in the Coral Reef Tank. In partnership with NM Autism Society, sensory-friendly hours are for visitors who prefer a less sensory-stimulating visit and may use sensory-friendly tools.
Discovery stations and handson activities at each facility will introduce wonders of nature. School Group Performances, 10am, all days, plus Agrabah, needs to figure out how to win the hand of Princess Jasmine. With the help of a special Genie and a magic carpet ride, he might succeed.
Twentyseven TAO drummers take the stage in this spectacular tour de force. After years of strenuous training in both traditional Japanese drumming and martial arts, TAO drummers meld fighting precision with fiery rhythm. Songs and movement activities that build motor and social skills, increase independence, and enhance language ability in children.
Ongoing, Jiggle and Jam, Celebrate National Poetry Month with a visit to the library, to explore the work of a local writer. Multiple libraries, see website for schedule, abqlibrary.
Teens, meet other teens, have a snack, and connect with a local scientist through activities about his or her work. Free includes snack , Explora, Mountain NW, , explora. Join other teams to explore new worlds; ages Open to anyone at least 14 years old who would like to be a summer volunteer at the BioPark; for teens only adults wishing to become a volunteer can attend the Adult New Volunteer Orientation. Learn about the positions available and the benefits of being a volunteer.
Especially for Parents 5, Science on Tap, 5: Informative keynote sessions and workshops, exhibit hall with many curriculum options, used curriculum sale. Free Getting Started Workshop, pm, Thu. Legacy Church, Central NW, cape-nm. Touch a truck event. Create drawings while exploring the use of color in modern artwork; all ages. Ongoing, Open Art Studio, 2: Eight acres of sculpture gardens and bronze art foundry; watch molten bronze being.
Create a cigar box guitar under the guidance of master folk musician Cipriano Vigil, no experience required. Family program, all adults must be accompanied by a child. Free, Southside Library, Jaguar, , santafelibrary. Make a custom color of thinking putty. Ages have fun creating. Free, La Farge Library, Llano, , santafelibrary. Join to make art with oil pastels; free giveaways while supplies last.
In the museum courtyard enjoy hands-on art activities and take part in an engaging scavenger hunt throughout the galleries; for ages and their grownups.
Give your child a fun and exciting Jewish experience; give them a chance to learn Hebrew - conversational and reading - Jewish songs, art, cooking and Krav Maga; bring Jewish heritage alive with fun activities.
Dance Ongoing, Contra Dances, Locations vary, , folkmads. A flamenco dance class and percussion class for ages A fun, energetic show performed by dancers of all ages.
Featuring new choreography and a few old. Little Theatre, Cerrillos, , ticketssantafe. This center of Hispanic culture and learning showcases and promotes Hispanic art, culture and history with gallery space, a seat theater and almost every month hosts a new show. El Rancho de las Golondrinas: A living museum that has preserved the Spanish Colonial and Territorial way of life on a acre ranch. Docents in period dress, period buildings from around the SW and hands-on demos make this a perfect spot for kids.
Guided tours by reservation starting April. There are also live animals including insects, spiders, reptiles and fish. Check the website for a schedule of daily animal feedings. Guadalupe, Ste C, , harrellhouse. An interactive art experience driven by non-linear storytelling that unfolds through exploration, discovery and 21st century interactivity.
Visitors choose their own path: Museum of Contemporary Native Arts is dedicated solely to advancing the discourse, knowledge and understanding of contemporary Native arts. Visual Conversations, which is an exhibit that features Indigenous leaders in the arts and the work of contemporary artists whose work encourages social action. A repository of Native art and material culture that tells the stories of the people of the Southwest from pre-history through contemporary art.
Visit Lifeways of Southern Athabaskans, an exhibit of more than objects dating from the late s to the present. Cultural objects will represent the lifeways of the different Apachean groups in NM and Arizona. These include basketry, beaded. Museum of International Folk Art: The Art of Community in Peru, this exhibition explores the new directions taken by current Peruvian folk artists during the recent decades of social and political upheaval and economic change.
Museum of Spanish Colonial Arts: With 3, objects, the Spanish Colonial Arts Society collections are the most comprehensive compilation of Spanish Colonial art of their kind - dating from the Middle Ages to the New Millennium, it is the only museum in the country dedicated to exhibiting and interpreting the art of the Spanish colonial period including Hispanic New Mexico.
Visit the Youth Gallery to see works by youths mentored by adult artists or Time Travelers: NM History Museum shows the history of Santa Fe and New Mexico over the past years including permanent and temporary exhibitions that span the early history of indigenous people and Spanish colonization. The museum contains a wide range of exhibits throughout the military history of the US.
Free, Old Pecos Trail, , bataanmuseum. Its exhibits chronicle the history of Santa Fe as well as NM and the region. American Indian artists sell their wares under its historic portal as part of the Native American Artisans Program. The museum also offers a diverse range of weekly programs, special events and a 1.
Site Santa Fe is a private, not-for-profit contemporary arts organization committed to enriching the cultural atmosphere by providing an ongoing venue for regional, national and international exhibitions and interdisciplinary programs.
Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian offers unique exhibitions of contemporary and historic Native American Art and is known for a focus on little-known genres and solo shows by living Native American artists.
Through April 15, visit Eye Candy: Ongoing, Last Friday Art Walk, 57pm. Free, S Guadalupe, santaferailyardartsdistrict. Ongoing, Thursdays are Yours, 4: The museum thanks Santa Fe and NM with free admission for children under the age of 16 from Ongoing, Wee Wednesdays, am, Weds. Along with regular business hours, the museum will also be open Mons and Tues from 10am-5pm.
See art, antiques, jewelry, books, textiles and furniture. El Museo Cultural Museum, Santa Fe Farmers Market at the Railyard with veggies, meats, crafts and bodycare products among many others. Free, Paseo de Peralta, , santafefarmersmarket.
An international film competition of award-winning, thought provoking and often humorous films with matter ranging from remote landscapes and cultures to adrenalinepacked action sports and documentaries about mountain culture, sports and environment. San Francisco St, , lensic. Music 2, Maria Schneider Orchestra, 7: Performance Santa Fe will sponsor a special masterclass with composer, band leader and music industry activist, Maria Schneider and her member collective for students of the NM School for the Arts Jazz Ensemble.
All ages can learn about the string instruments and hear the Quartet. Open Houses 10, Little Earth School, 10am tour. Visit classrooms and meet teachers. For 40 years Little Earth School has provided a successful program of academic excellence for children preschool through 6th grade. Children learn through an integrated, developmentally appropriate and experiential curriculum which includes art, music, Spanish, yoga, environmental and multicultural studies and emphasizing respect for self and others.
This is an opportunity to learn about the developmental curriculum which spans preschool through 12th grade; tour the acre campus and observe classrooms. Parents must provide lunch and a snack, labeled backpack, swim suit, towel, coat and socks for ice skating; for children Children learn stilt walking, unicycling, aerial fabric, trapeze, juggling, puppet making and clowning in a safe, non-competitive environment; for grades , no experience necessary. Before and afterschool options, tuition assistance and payment plans available.
Join in for hands-on gardening and nature crafts projects in the Earthworks Garden weather permitting. Ongoing, Snake Sunday, Watch him eat his weekly dinner; please be aware that Cornelius will not be able to come out when he is shedding or not feeling well. A hands-on program for year olds and their caregiver. Listen to a book and participate in interactive nature and garden related activities. Ages have fun with science.
Free, Southside Library, Jaguar Dr, , santafelibrary. Sports Ongoing, Family Climb, 10am-2pm, Suns. Meet other families, climb the walls, enjoy the colored routes and special games. SF Climbing Center, Early, , climbsantafe.
Ongoing, Locals Climb, noon-3pm, 1st Sats. Stage 31, Aspen Santa Fe Ballet: An Evening with Joyce Yang, 7: Stories, games, crafts and activities to encourage reading and using the library; grades K-4; registration required. Calendar Calendar Calendar school Story Time, Free, Llano, , santafelibrary. Free, Washington, , santafelibrary. Free, Jaguar, , santafelibrary. For toddlers and preschoolers and their caregivers; books and activities.
For birth parents, adoptees, women who have lost a child through adoption and adoptive parents. Free, Lena Street, Building C, , asgsf. A group for families who live with severe food allergies and for. Ongoing, Epilepsy Support Groups, Group focuses on studies of epilepsy and the brain, and discusses how to improve lives while living with epilepsy.
Call or check website for details on when and where groups are held, epilepsysupportnm. The first hour is social time which includes, dinner; the 2nd hour child care, adults group discussion, speakers, discuss the joys and challenges of being a primary caregiver as a grandparent. All mothers and mothersto-be are welcome.
Encouragement, support and discussions on various topics of breastfeeding. Meetings for families, friends and caregivers. Always open to new members. Dragonstone Building, Camino Alire, room , , namisantafe. Winger by Andrew Smith. Teachers Ongoing, Teacher Study Guides. Pandemonium Productions offers an educations guide to teachers who bring classes to a show.
Call to request, pandemoniumprod. Block inappropriate content, protect personal information and help kids ages use devices safely; guest speaker is Marc Mintz, author of Practical Paranoia and an Apple Certified Support Professional; childcare provided, RSVP to awise desertmontessori. Ongoing, All Ages Chess, pm, Fris.
Under 12 must have parents come in to sign up. Ongoing, Farmers Market in the Railyard, 8am-1pm, Sats. Santa Fe Farmers Market at the Railyard. Something rustles in the bushes Find out on a fascinating journey back in time where you'll hear the legendary folk tales of the Pueblos, Spanish and Wild West; bring a camera as "ghostly" sightings have been reported.
Perfect for local and visiting families who are interested in learning more about art in Santa Fe; for families with children ages older children would enjoy the standard Canyon Road Tour and those with younger children can request a special tour.
Visit three Canyon Road Galleries and take part in close-looking activities,. Art House, Delgado, , santafearttours. Ongoing, Railyard Artisan Market, 10am-4pm, Suns. Pottery, painting, jewelry, sculpture, fiber arts, photography, hand-blown glass, artisanal teas and handmade herbal body products. Call library for title and rating, popcorn included. Family-oriented movies for all ages. Free, Southside Branch Library, Jaguar, For the past several years, more than 6, NM high school students have participated in this program.
State champions are sponsored to travel to Washington, DC to compete for National Champion and students and schools receive support to buy poetry books for their libraries and more. Williams has been called "a citizen writer," a writer who speaks and speaks out on behalf of an ethical stance toward life. Inspired works of art by Santa Fe Waldorf School students will be on display for sale. Little Theatre, 26 Puesta del Sol, , santafewaldorf.
A magic show for all ages. Free, Southside Branch Library, Jaguar, , santafelibrary. A family program; all adults must be accompanied by a child; registration required. Try out a game or building demo including PlusPlus from Denmark; free giveaways while supplies last.
Free admission for all high school and college students, Site Santa Fe, Paseo de Peralta, , sitesantefe. Discover more than 15 local camps and summer activities for ages Meet camp directors while kids enjoy kid-friendly games and activities; sign ups will be offered. Music 6, Music at the Museum, pm. This hilarious, educational and highly interactive look at the science behind space travel — featuring supercharged and super safe on-stage experiments. Come early 2pm for an hour of free crafts, games and activities.
San Francisco, , ticketssantafe. Southside Branch Library, Jaguar, , santafelibrary. A theatrical performance for all ages. Free, La Farge Branch Library, , santafelibrary. Join in a day of tabletop gaming, learn how to play a new game or show your skill at an old favorite. Family oriented movies; all ages. For Teachers 17, 24, 26, Spanish Colonial Days, 10am-2pm.
On all Spanish Colonial Days, the Ranch will be open to school groups only, by reservation. Attendance during these days is from , students, teachers and chaperones from around NM each day.
Children can participate in many hands-on activities. Laguna Pueblo Old Laguna , , lagunapueblo. March 31, April 1, Easter Weekend: Basket and Corn Dances at most Pueblos.
April 1, Easter Sunday, various dances at most Pueblos. This is an informal support group for parents, friends and family of autistic children and adults. Share challenges and successes; sponsored by NM Autism Society. Family Strengths Network, Orange St, , lafsn. Ongoing, Baby Bugs, Emphasis on connecting with children and sharing easy songs and rhymes with 20 minutes of songs, rhymes and fingerplays; ages Free, Mesa Public Library, Central, , losalamosnm.
Ongoing, Birth Talk, 6: A community talk circle for people hoping for, expecting and remembering their transition to parenthood. A safe space to share stories and to learn about options in pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. Ongoing, Family Night, pm, 2nd Tues. Ongoing, Family Yoga, 9: Family Yoga weaves poses into story, song and games to foster creative expression while developing coordination and balance with instructor Sarah Gustafson; ages with adult.
Ongoing, Nature Playtimes, am Mondays except holidays. Toddlers, preschoolers and caregivers explore the natural world with a craft, story and outside activity. Russian-speaking children can meet and have a chance to immerse in the language; hiking, field trips and holiday celebrations as opportunities arise. Ongoing, Toddler Tunes, Children and parents get a chance to experiment with percussion instruments and sing together while Mr.
Greg leads on his guitar. March 2, March Night Sky Show, 78pm. Enjoy an interactive tour of the heavens that highlights the planets, star patterns, constellations and deep sky objects that may be observed during March.
For kids and their grown-ups. Join facilitated group discussions focused on caring for your toddler. March 23, April 27, Outdoor Play Days, Join in planned outdoor activities or explore your own. April 21, Earth Day Festival, 10am2pm. A day of entertainment, food, activities, information booths and entertainment for all ages.
Activities, prizes, fun and games in celebration of reading. Twirl will host a Seussian-themed craft. Adventure, creativity and winter exploration with access to all equipment and activities. Drop in; ages 3 months to 15 years. In science, you learn a kind of standard integrity and honesty. Feynman was not only one of the most well-known scientists of the 20th century, he was also one of the most well-liked. Feynman was a theoretical physicist popular for his way of teaching.
Scientists knew him as a brilliant thinker. Born in New York, Feynman loved math and learning so much that when he was young, he taught himself algebra, trigonometry, calculus and other higher math. He went to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to study physics, and later Princeton University. This science looked at the classical understanding of electromag- Richard Feynman , Photo by Tamiko Thiel. In his twenties, he worked on the Manhattan Project in Los Alamos, becoming one of the scientists who helped create the atomic bomb.
Feynman approached all knowledge the way he approached science: What can I know for sure? How can I come to know it? When he taught physics at the California Institute for Technology Caltech , his classes were packed. His lectures in introductory physics were compiled into a book that is one of the most popular physics books of all time, The Feynman Lectures on Physics.
He would say that physics is fun to imagine. He said these were two types of knowledge, naming and knowing, and most of us focus on the wrong one.
Learning about the sparrow would take observation and further exploration. Many consider Feynman to be the father of nanotechnology, or the technology of the very small.
In , he offered two prizes for anyone who could think on a very small scale. He would give a prize for the. He also offered a prize for the person who could contain the text of the Encyclopedia Britannica many volumes of thick books on the head of a pin. It took more than 20 years for someone to claim that prize. Feynman used his Feynman Technique to teach complex concepts in the simplest terms.
His technique can help you to learn anything faster, and with greater understanding, and is made up of four parts. Each one requires determination and hard work. Here are the four steps of the Feynman Technique: Pick a topic you want to understand, and study it. Suppose you want to know more about how solar eclipses occur.
Write down everything you know about a solar eclipse. Add to that page every time you learn something new. You could write about how the moon gets between the earth and the sun, how the moon casts a shadow on the earth, how the alignment of those three celestial bodies can create different kinds of eclipses: You could write about how each of those eclipses occur. You could draw a diagram showing how each eclipse happens. By the time you have done this you will have learned a lot more than just stating the definition of a solar eclipse.
Pretend you have to teach your topic to someone else. You can do this in front of a mirror, or in your room, to a pretend audience. Be sure to explain the topic in simple terms. When you get stuck with the explanation, go back to the books and learn more. Doing this allows you to learn the topic more fully. You might do this with props, by using a golf ball moon , tennis ball Earth and basketball sun with a flashlight to explain what happens during an eclipse.
This will help you deepen your understanding. This is what Feynman meant when he said knowing something is more than knowing just the name of it. To know something, you have to understand it. The Feynman Technique can help you learn a new idea or help you understand something better.
It can help when studying for a test. With this technique, you can learn anything. Our Summer Classes Begin June 4! Call for a FREE trial. Monday — Friday, 7 a. For children 2 — 12 years of age Art and cooking Field trips for children 3 years and older Call for more information.
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For most adults, the answer is obvious. Find the best information you can from sources that have proved themselves to be reliable in the past. For young people, things may not be as clear. So what should parents do? Social media means that children — and adults — are becoming information sources for each other, so we need to take on some of the tasks that used to be done by editors.
Start by talking to your children about what deserves to be shared online. Point out that false and biased information comes from many sources — deceptive advertising, satirical websites or organizations with an agenda. These so-called stories are created simply to generate revenue.
The more clicks, the more revenue. People who share one of these items are essentially letting an unscrupulous person make money off them and their friends. No one, including kids, likes to be duped by bad information. To help your child develop the savvy to evaluate what he or she finds online, talk regularly about how important it is to be skeptical and ask the following questions: According to a study at Columbia University, 59 percent of links shared on Twitter have never actually been clicked.
Kids show respect for their friends by sharing only things that they are willing to read or watch. Fake news sites in particular count on mindless sharing to make more money. Encourage kids to track stories back to the website where they originated. How are they funded? How do they pay contributors or staff? Are they trying to sell a product or promote an agenda? To answer these questions, kids may need to do a little detective work. Look at the URL.
Some fake news sites reel in the unsuspecting with addresses that are deceptively close to legitimate sites. Point out extensions —. A complete extension list is available at Webopedia, tinyurl.
Lists of sites that play fast and loose with the facts are available from Snopes, a website that has been debunking internet hoaxes for a long time tinyurl. In the early morning of Feb. The murders of Karen and Peter Overhand were horrific enough. The yearbook photo of Mitchell Overhand when he attended Cibola High School; Overhand in court before pleading guilty to two counts of second-degree murder and other charges in December ; Overhand, 45, as he appears today in a booking mug shot.
The once-happy kid who played soccer and earned Bs in school had grown volatile, distant and drugged-out. Sometime that weekend, a neighbor contacted detectives after seeing what he believed was Overhand burying two large objects in his backyard, moving a picnic table atop the disturbed earth. The party at the Overhand home was ongoing — Mitchell entertaining one girl in the bedroom where he had killed his parents and supplying his guests with an unnamed hallucinogen — when detectives arrived.
Overhand and Plouse were each charged with two counts of first-degree murder and became the first and second of four Cibola students to face murder charges in , a notoriety that earned the West Side school disparaging nicknames like Murder High and Killer School. By the end of the year, 13 Albuquerque juveniles were incarcerated on murder charges — nearly double the number from the previous year.
Citizens wrung their hands and argued over whether killer kids should be rehabilitated or relegated to prison forever. Experts blamed violent TV shows, easy access to guns and working parents too busy or too cowardly to discipline their recalcitrant kids. He pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree murder and three other crimes and was sentenced to 40 years, three years shy of the maximum sentence the few remaining members of his family had called for.
Plouse, described as the hapless dupe mercilessly manipulated by Overhand to participate in the killings, accepted a plea deal that netted him 25 years in prison.
Friends say Plouse tried to put his dark past behind him once he was released from prison. He married, became a father and appeared content. But at age 43, he died of undisclosed causes on Feb. While in prison, Overhand earned the nickname Spike. He both impressed and horrified fellow inmates with his cool calmness and his intellect. He marked his shoulder with the tattoo of a wizard.
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