Albuquerque

What's happening around New Mexico December 3 – December 9 – Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico 2021-12-03 08:00:00 –

New Mexico(KRQE) – Check out the community events around New Mexico from December 3rd to December 9th.


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November 13th -December 22 ―――― Sky story and music -Join the Balloon Museum for Sky Stories and Sky Music, a presentation of an award-winning early childhood education program featuring stories, music, movement and art. Each session is followed by weekly themed crafting activities. Participation fee is free.

November 19th ―――― January 1 ―――― Enchantment Light –Lights of Enchantment is a drive-through Christmas light show featuring over 350 light displays and over 1 million points of light. Each ticket allows one car road for family and friends.

November 26th-December 24th ―――― New Mexico Artisan Holiday Market -From November 26th to December 24th, visit Spur Line Supply Co. to buy locally made jewelry, fashion, fine arts, upholstery, artisan food, gifts and more.

November 27th-December 30th ―――― River of light -Enjoy the magic of millions of shimmering lights and nearly 600 dazzling holiday displays at New Mexico’s largest walkthrough light show. River of Lights has been named one of USA Today’s Top 10 Best Leaders’ Choices for Botanical Garden Holiday Lights in 2020.

December 3rd ―――― December ABQ Art Walk-ABQ Art Walk will return on Friday, December 3rd. It features new art exhibits, art installations, performances and a series of holiday art markets.

December 3rd ―――― Holiday walk in the old town -Start your holiday shopping in the historic old town. Stop at Plaza Don Luis for tree lighting at 6pm. Bring your family, find a new store, shop locally and visit the well-known classics of the old town. Local musicians and dance groups bring holiday cheers to your walk experience. 18th St. Free parking is available at the parking lot on the corner of And Bellamah Ave. Event attendees can take a free shuttle to the Albuquerque Museum near Old Town Plaza from 3:30 pm to 9:30 pm.

December 3-4 ―――― Toys Drive Marine Corps Toys -On Friday, December 3rd and Saturday, December 4th, Chick-fil-A Coors will host a toy drive to benefit Tots Albuquerque’s Marine Toys. Donate new unwrapped toys at the drop-off location in the lobby of Chick-fil-A Coors.All guests making toy donations will also receive a free Chick-fil-A Chicken sandwich or 8-count Chick-fil-A-nugget entree. Chick-fil-Available at Coors.

December 4th ―――― Twinkle Light Parade 2021 -It’s the most dazzling celebration time in Albuquerque. This free family-friendly holiday event brings brilliance to the one-mile length of Central Avenue. Nobhill all shines as the Twinkle Light Parade rolls west from Washington Street to Girard Boulevard. From 5:15 pm, the parade will consist of local businesses, organizations, schools and families, all competing for the best in show. The street will be closed at 3 pm in preparation for the parade. The Albuquerque Twinkle Light Parade is a rainy and brilliant event that the general public can attend for free. Pay attention to and follow all street parking signs posted. Be careful not to block access to the driveways and homes of Nobhill residents. Free park-and-ride is the recommended option for this event.

December 4- CABQ community block party -Block parties are open to the entire community and run from noon to 3 pm. The setup will take place on Saturday at 11:00 am. Please prepare a shaded table, chairs and canopy. The goal of a community block party is to connect the community to resources and services tailored to the needs of the neighborhood.

December 4th ―――― Book drive and wrapping -Bring a new book or a book you loved before and enjoy holiday wrapping. Food is Free Albuquerque has partnered with the Rio Grande Food Project and Libros for Kids to host a book drive, offering holiday reading gifts along with food box gifts.

December 4th ―――― Car and craft holidays NSair -More than 60 local artisans make your holiday shopping terribly hilarious. Plan a visit to experience live music, food, classic cars, and fun at the Goodwill headquarters in San Mateo.

December 4-5 ―――― Holiday Marketplace -Carefully combined with wine, food trucks and holiday festivals to support 20 local artists. At Car Salon Denya Winery, you can attend a free annual Holiday Marketplace event. December 4th (Sat) and 5th (Sun)
From 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm

December 4-5 ―――― 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 7am to 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays, as weather permits.

December 7th ―――― Run-off ElectioNS -The final vote for Districts 7 and 9 of the City Council scheduled for Tuesday, December 7th. Voters who wish to vote for absentees must request an absentee application in one of three ways:

  • Please fill out the above application formBerncoVotes.orgSubmit online
  • Please download the application form, fill it out and mail it to the secretariat.
  • Call 505-243-VOTE to request an application and one will be mailed to you. December 2nd is the deadline for the secretariat to receive the completed application.

Early voting ends on Saturday, December 4th.Eight early voting convenience centersOpen Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 7 pm, on election day16 Election Day Voting Convenience Center Open from 7am to 7pm



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December 4th ―――― 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 Mile Marker 51 on Highway 180.

December 4th ―――― Las Cruises Farmers & Crafts Market– Downtown Las Cruces offers local food, crafts and entertainment every Wednesday and Saturday. Business hours are Wednesday and Saturday from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm.

December 4th– –Sokoro Farmers Market– Visit the Socorro Farmers Market, which is part of the New Mexico Farmers Market Association. During the winter months from November to May, New Mexico’s only ongoing market is the 1002 Ake Ave on Saturdays from 9am to 11am. You can find it at the Teen Center in.

December 4th ―――― Christmas lamp parade -Join the village of Los Lunas for the annual Christmas lamp parade. The parade begins at 6 pm at Heritage Park, continues on Main Street and ends at Don Pascual Road.

December 4th ―――― Kidz Toys-Toy Execution -The American Legion’s annual toy run to support Valencia County Sheriff’s toy drive begins at Loews’ parking lot. A toy donation or a $ 20 donation is required. Join a 50-mile police escort ride around Valencia County.Registration starts at 10am Kick rises at 12pm

December 4th ―――― Laemi Flamenco Taos Performance -Experience a special winter performance by New Mexico’s shining flamenco star Laemi! Only overnight in El Monte Sagrad. The show will feature La Emi with special guest appearances by Vicente Griego, Gabriel Osuna, Daniel Peregrino, Janira Cordova and Cristina Salazar.

December 4-18 ―――― Windrush Alpaca Holiday Farm Store Open House -There are many alpaca fleece items in the store. Hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters, blankets, rugs, toys, dryer balls, etc. Snacks are free-and you may be able to see alpaca on the way inside and outside the door! Visit during open house hours-December 4, 11 and 18 from 10 am to 3 pm, or book.

December 5 – 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: Paseo De Peralta, 87501, Santa Fe, 1607.


Notice of Albuquerque

🔶 The city of Albuquerque offers free parking for local business holiday shoppers -The City Development Bureau (DMD) Parking Department currently offers free parking on Central Avenue and the Old Town. The city of Albuquerque offers free parking every year, making community members easily accessible to local businesses. All parking meters on Central Avenue are free for 2 hours. Free parking is also available in the Old Town parking lot between Northwest Romero Street and Northwest San Felipe Street in Central. Free parking in the Old Town and Central Avenue begins on Friday, November 26th and continues daily until Sunday, January 2nd, 2022. The parking meter displays a “Happy Holiday” message on all Central Avenue parking meters.

🔶 Creative writing workshops at the City Library encourage up-and-coming writers -Did you know that some branches of the local library offer free monthly creative writing workshops? The Central and Answer Library hosts creative writing sessions on the third Saturday of every month from 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm, and Cherry Hills offers sessions on the fourth Tuesday from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm. increase. Skills are welcome and no registration is required.


New Mexico Notice

🔶 NMDOT Road Advisory Site Provides Travel Resources -As the holidays approach, many are planning road trips to visit family and friends, and knowing where the road construction is and how to avoid it will help you arrange your trip. NMRoads.com It provides construction information and locations, detours, road closures, traffic cameras and many other online resources. This handy tool can be viewed on your desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone.

🔶 Water Department urges residents to prepare now for winter -The Water Authority wants to alert real estate owners to prepare for the winter. Colder temperatures indicate that the landscape requires less water than in summer. To prepare for the winter, follow these steps:

  • Shut down the irrigation system – turn off the timer to drain water from the system to avoid damage or freezing. Be sure to shut off the irrigation master valve.
  • Remove and drain the outdoor hose – Always store the hose inside to prevent damage.
  • Insulate outdoor pipes and faucets – Insulation covers can be found at any hardware or building material store.
  • Make the evaporation cooler winter

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