The Route 66 Arts Alliance is sponsoring a Holiday Art Show at the Moriarty Civic Center on July 4 from 9am-4pm. Vendors wanted. For additional information about being a vendor, please contact Sandra at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for something to do in the Mountainair area in September? Mountain Arts on Broadway holds ongoing classes at the Art Center at 122 East Broadway Ave. (aka US Rt. 60 and Ross Ave.) in Mountainair. Here’s the list for this month.
Yoga Classes- 9:30 to 11 am and 4:30-6:00 pm by Ellen Ashbrook, Physical Therapist and Yoga Teacher.
The month of September is for make-up and drop-ins – for those regularly enrolled who might have missed a class or two and for anyone else who wishes to come! Cost is $5.
Speak Spanish- Eat Lunch (Habla Espanol-Almuerza)- 11:30 am to 12:30 pm.
Bring your own lunch. Everyone is welcome, including beginners. For more information, contact Tomas Wolff: email@example.com or 505-847-2444.
ICreate Free Summer Music Classes (Adult and Children). 4:30. Call Kay (847-2301) or Lenora (847-847-2419)
Open Studio- Clay and Mosaics-10 am to 1 pm. Tomás Wolff (505-847-2444) conducts this class. $10 for art council members, $15 per class for nonmembers.
Community Garden- 9:00-11:00
Mountain Arts on Broadway is a project of the nonprofit Manzano Mountain Art Council, http://www.manzanamountainartcouncil.org, and is made possible in part by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs, and the National Endowment for the Arts. For more information contact Art Center Director Kent Potter at 847-0295 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once again, the de Profundis annual concert at Quarai on Sunday, September 15 opens the twentieth season of de Profundis concerts. The theme for this year’s concert is “Homeward: Songs of Longing and Return.” Quarai is a unique space – a 17th century Spanish mission church, abandoned in the 1670s – part of the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument. The monument is one of the three “salt missions” on the Salt Missions Trail Scenic Byway. The top part of the church is open, and yet the acoustics in the stone walls are wonderful.
The concert starts at 3:00 pm and is free of charge. Arrive early with your picnic lunch – and make sure to make time before or after the concert to tour the grounds of Quarai. And don’t forget your water, head cover, and sunscreen!
The Quarai Mission Ruins of the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument are located north of Mountainair on NM55 and south of Tijeras on NM55. Rain location is the Mountainair Elementary School Gym.
For more information about de Profundis, their music, and concert schedule, go to http://www.depro.org.
This weekend we’ll be celebrating flowers and harvest on both ends of the Salt Missions Trail Scenic Byway! On the southern leg oon Highway 60, the Mountainair Sunflower Festival will be in full swing on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with live entertainment, arts and crafts, a sunflower hat contest and sunflower art raffle, as well as live entertainment, children’s activities and food vendors. Find more information at mountainairsunflowerfestival.org or call 505-847-2205.
On the northern leg of the Byway in Edgewood, the Annual Harvest Festival returns to Wildlife West Nature Park on Saturday and Sunday, with a tractor parade on Saturday morning and tractor games on Sunday. Other activities include a wine tasting on Saturday, snake and reptile identification presentations, and behind the scenes tours of the black bear and Mexican wolf habitats. Hayrides, blacksmith demonstrations, and folk music will also be on tap. For more information, visit wildlifewest.org or call 505-281-7655.
This Saturday, August 3, the award-winning Buckarettes will be entertaining during the Wildlife West Chuckwagon BBQ! Live Cowboy Band (or in this case, Cowgirl) entertainment is a special feature of the weekly Chuckwagon BBQ feasts at Wildlife West in Edgewood, just 20 minutes east of Albuquerque on I-40. The suppers include a traditional chuckwagon show, including a barbecue dinner, wildlife presentation and puppet show for the youngsters, Wildlife West’s unique falcon show, plus (this week), New Mexico’s Buckarettes. The barbeque dinner includes brisket, chicken, ranch beans, baked potato, rolls, apple sauce, cookies, lemonade, coffee, and water. A vegetarian option, substituting a tasty salad for the brisket and chicken, is also available. Shows take place rain or shine in Wildlife West’s all-weather amphitheater.
For more details go to http://www.wildlifewest.org/PDFs/Chuckwagon_%202013.pdf. To make reservations, call 505-281-7655 or 877-981-9453 (toll free).
For more information about the Buckarettes, go to http://www.buckarettes.com.