The basics of creating and maintaining Bonsai by members of the Albuquerque Bonsai Club. Find out more about them at Albuquerque Bonsai Club.
Space is limited. Call (505)897-8831 to register.
10:00am – 4:00pm
The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (IPCC) is partnering with the Albuquerque Open Space Visitor Center to bring a Pueblo perspective to its exhibit “The Three Sisters and Their Cousins” with a special closing event Saturday, June 27th from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Open Space Visitor Center. Through hands-on gardening activities for children, traditional Pueblo dance and discussions with Pueblo farmers, the event will offer a valuable introduction to the role of corn, beans and squash in Pueblo culture, while providing lessons in sustainability and stewardship.
11:00 AM: Children’s Activity Time with storytelling, coloring & a make-your-own-planter activity led by IPCC farmer Aaron Kai (Laguna/Isleta Pueblo) and IPCC educator Bettina Sandoval (Taos Pueblo) in the Traditions Garden
12:00 PM: Traditional Pueblo dances shared by the Cellicion Dancers of Zuni Pueblo
1:00 PM: Open House with Pueblo farmers and hands-on cultivation activities in the Traditions Garden
10:00am – 12:00pm
Trail Watch Volunteers are the foundation of the volunteer program – essentially, all volunteers are trained to be Trail Watch. Trail Watch is ideal for those volunteers who enjoy using the trails. Often referred to as Open Space “eyes and ears”, these volunteers patrol areas of their choice and record observations, report problems and needs, and educate the public on proper resource use.
Call (505) 897-8831 to register and learn about the training program.