Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-10-22 08:30:00 –
New Mexico (KRQE) – Check out the community events around New Mexico from October 22nd to October 28th.
October 22 – – !! Cinema Gunifico! Latinx FilmFestival 2021 – Albuquerque’s best Latin Film Festival begins this weekend in its ninth year. Cine Magnifico hosts hybrid events, both face-to-face and online. The festival will screen 20 films premiered in New Mexico. All of these films are directed by Latin filmmakers. The film will be screened at Nob Hill’s Guild Cinema. For a complete list of virtual and face-to-face events and movies, please visit: cinemegnifico.com..
October 22-31 – – Horrible autumn feast – This is a culinary journey around a classic hangout that makes October a very chilly year. The taste of autumn food is accompanied by a visual power of eerie places and interactive elements. The dreaded autumn feast is a new addition to the haunted house genre. The event will take place at the Electric Playhouse. Tickets start at $ 89 per adult and $ 49 for children.
October 22nd – November 13th – Ofrendas Comunitarias: Muertos y Marigolds – This exhibition brings together more than 12 artists, community members, local organizations and schools to remember the Day of the Dead and to mourn and celebrate the community and loved ones through the creation of an altar at the heart of the Day of the Dead celebration. Share. death. From 5 pm to 7 pm on Friday, October 8th, we will meet the people who built the altar and talk to community organizers, artists and leaders. Location: 6029 Isleta Blvd SW, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87105. The exhibition will be held from Friday, October 8th to Saturday, November 13th, 2021. The museum and altar are open Thursday to Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm and are free of charge. And it is open to the public.
October 22-23 – – Flower hour screening – Bring your friends, your family, the strangers you meet at the bar, and have a good time watching experimental movies on psychedelics from around Albuquerque and around the world. Admission to Guild Cinema is free. Due to the limited number of seats, please arrive early to secure a seat. This event will only take place on October 22nd and 23rd at 10:30 pm, so don’t miss it.
October 23 – – 3rd Junk Jog – – Join Keep Albuquerque Beautiful and the City’s Solid Waste Management Department and attend the 3rd Keep Albuquerque Beautiful Junk Jog Planning Event. Fouling is a combination of jogging and trash picking. Each proger receives a plastic trash bag, gloves, a trash grabber to pick up trash, and an official T-shirt. At the water stop along the route, volunteers cheer on the participants and help them replace the full trash bags with new ones. At the end of the jogging, each proger’s trash bag is counted. Prizes will be given to the individual or group that collects the most garbage.
October 23 – – Burque Fall Social – Free autumn fashion show by about 30 vendors including food, music and art. There are costume contests, food drives, raffle gifts and more. All food donations will be donated to Roadrunner Food Bank and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Casa Q. Both are non-profit organizations that support families in New Mexico. Includes LGBTQ + children facing the homeless. The festival begins at 9am at Tigex Park.
October 2nd3 – Downtown grower market – Albuquerque’s longest-running farmer’s market includes locally grown produce, locally grown meat, eggs and honey. A wide selection of locally made food and drink products (packaged and prepared onsite) is available weekly. There are also many local artists and body care vendors. The market accepts EBT / SNAP and doubles spending with the Double Up Food Bucks program. We also accept FreshRX prescriptions, WICs, and senior checks.
October 23 – – Rio Grande Food Project Hike to Eradicate Hunger – Participate in the 6th Hike to End Hunger Rio Grande Food Project announced by VitalityWorks to raise awareness and funding for RGFP’s hunger relief and prevention programs. They make 5.5 miles (or shorter) loop hikes along the Bosque walking trails during the peak foliage season. After the hike, join the group on the boxing bear patio to buy food truck nosh and delicious drinks. For more information, please visit www.rgfp.org.
October 23 – – ABQ Creepy Art Hunt & Market – # ABQSPOOKYARTHUNT2021 will be held throughout the city from 9pm to 4pm. Check out this hashtag on Instagram for tips on participating artists, what they’re making, and where items are hidden. This is a finder keeper game. So if you find art, it’s yours. Whenever you find a work of art, they contact the artist (each work of art has information on how to do this) and they find that work so they can share it with them. As social media, people know to stop watching.
October 23-24 – – Expo New Mexico Flea Market – New Mexico’s largest open-air market is located in Albuquerque, Expo New Mexico Fairgrounds on Central Avenue, west of Louisiana Boulevard. The flea market is open from 7 am to 3 pm on Saturdays and Sundays, as weather permits.
October 23-24 – – Bazaar New Mexico Craftsman Market – The New Mexico Artisan Market is a showcase of the best artisans and manufacturers in New Mexico. Visit from 5 pm to 9 pm on Fridays, from 10 am to 8 pm on Saturdays, and from 10 am to 4 pm on Sundays. It is now located at the Albuquerque Bazaar on 1904 Bellamar Avenue.
October 24 – Railyard market – Rail Yards Market brings together several local farms around Albuquerque and central Rio Grande Valley to offer a rich assortment of seasonal local vegetables and fruits. It varies slightly each week and contains a variety of produce from participating farms. Most weeks feature 5-8 produce, including seasonal vegetables and fruits.
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October 23 – – Music and play in the park – Visit Altpark every Saturday afternoon to host family-friendly events featuring live and recorded music, movement games, yoga and sound healing. They intend to create a safe and cozy container that both children and adults can play and dance with. Every week, new musical talents, movement workshops and energy healers are introduced. Donation $ 10, children $ 5.
October 23 – Rio Rancho Autumn Festival – The city of Rio Rancho has announced the Rio Rancho Autumn Festival, a free family-friendly event. This year, the festival will be held from 2 pm to 8 pm at the City Center’s new campus park and Rio Rancho Event Center. The city center is decorated to celebrate the fall season with live music. A day in the Sky Room at Campus Park. This community event offers everyone something like carnival games, pumpkin sculptures, food trucks, beer gardens, arts and crafts, trunks and treatments.
October 23rd. – – Las Cruises Farmers & Crafts Market – Local food, crafts and entertainment every Wednesday and Saturday in downtown Las Cruces. Business hours are Wednesday and Saturday from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm.
October 23rd. – – Glenwood Street Market – Vendors sell handmade items, food, jewelry, metal art, chopping boards, gourd art, plants, canned goods, organic vegetables, and everything from regular to rare. The market is held every Saturday from 9am to 1pm on Milemarker 51 on Highway 180.
October 23rd. – – Sokoro Farmers Market – Visit the Socorro Farmers Market, which is part of the New Mexico Farmers Market Association. COVID-19 is currently operating as a drive-through in front of Smith from 9am to 9:45 am Saturday. At this time, we only offer edible mushrooms. We also sell items by item type, not as individual vendors. If you have a specific vendor you want to buy, please let the market know at the time of purchase.
October 24 – Santa Fe Railroad Craftsman Market – Launched in 2009, the Railyard Artisan Market represents a variety of artists and artisans in New Mexico. Sunday Market offers a unique opportunity to enjoy local art and music within the Farmers Market Pavilion. From 10 am to 3 pm you can find pottery, paintings, jewelry, sculptures, fiber art, photography, hand-blown glass, artisan tea and handmade herbal body products. Location: 1607 Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, NM87501.
October 28 – – Downtown Makers Market – Farmington’s Downtown Makers Market is held every Thursday night from June to October. Located in the “center” of downtown, the Manufacturers Market brings together local manufacturers and producers to sell perishables, baked goods, jams and jellies, handmade leather goods, art and recycled goods. Vendors are local and can be handmade, homemade, or homemade.
🔶 Absentee ballots can be requested until Thursday, October 28th – Starting Tuesday, October 5, the Bernarillo County Secretariat began mailing absentee ballots to those who requested them. For individuals who do not require absentee ballots and wish to vote for absentees, there are three options. You can fill out and submit your application online at BerncoVotes.org, download your application, mail it, or call 505-243-VOTE to request your application. The final day to request absentee ballots for regular local elections is Thursday, October 28th. Citizens can register to vote at Clerk’s Annex at 1500 Lomas NW in Albuquerque. Bring a valid photo ID, current utility bill, student ID, or another government document with the registrant’s name and current address.
🔶 Halloween treats can be tricky for pets – As Halloween is approaching, it’s always good to remember that Halloween treats for people can be tricky for our fur babies. Here’s a quick list of common Halloween-style off-limits treats for Fido and Fluffy.
- Xylitol in sugar-free gum and some peanut butter
See below for more information on which foods are good and which are bad. www.akc.org/expert-advice/nutrition/human-foods-dogs-can-and-cant-eat/
New Mexico Notice
🔶 FBI: Threats to New Mexico Election Workers Unacceptable – FBI and Federal Bureau of Investigation threaten electoral workers and officials even if federal candidates are not voting in New Mexico next month He announced that he would investigate vigorously and prosecute him. In July, the Justice Ministry announced a law enforcement task force to address the growing threat to electoral workers, managers, officials, and others involved in the election process. As a member of the Task Force, the FBI vigorously and thoroughly investigates all allegations of threatened or threatened electoral workers. To report suspicious threats or acts of violence, the public can contact the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI (225-5324). You can also file a complaint online. Tips.fbi.gov..
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