S. R. Marmon Neighborhood Association (SRMNA)

  • The Citizen Science Series kicks off this week at Bachechi Open Space, with River Source, on Thursday, June 27, at 6:30 p. m. Flyer.
  • Teen Night Takeover will include an Escape Room, Science Lounge, food, and music. Event is Friday, June 28, 6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., at Explora. Teen Night information.
  • Community Emergency Preparedness Training Saturday, June 29 from noon to 2:00 p. m., at the Don Newton Taylor Ranch Community Center, 4900 Kachina NW. Contact Roger Ebner at (505) 244-8657 or rebner@cabq.gov for more information
  • July 4th closures (city).
  • Find a Farmers Market.
  • The June Historical and Cultural calendar is now available. Good stuff! here.
  • Workshop: Exploring Neighborhood Data with Online Tools and Maps. Four different FREE classes will occur until June 26. Class size is limited, so reserve your space.
  • For general information about Bernalillo County Health Council needle pickup initiatives, contact Pelatia Trujillo, Program Specialist, at (505) 246-1638 or pelatia@bchealthcouncil.org
  • Camp Fearless with APD is for ages 9-13. Each camp limited to 40 and lasts five weeks. Apply online.
  • Food Service Program for Children offers meal during the summer. Contact Henry Saavedra, Program Coordinator, at (505) 767-5811 or hsaavedra@cabq.gov to learn more.
  • The New Mexico Humanities Council invites you to Stories on the Sleeve: Connecting with Album Cover Art, a fascinating exhibit of album covers from private collections that describe the album’s significance in a person’s life, weekdays through Friday, June 21, 9am to 4pm, New Mexico Humanities Council, 4115 Silver SE.
  • Any person residing within city limit may apply for the Police Oversight Board. Qualified applicants are placed into a pool of candidates available for future appointment when vacancies occur. Apply. For info about the POB and Civilian Police Oversight Agency (CPOA), visit the web site.
  • Oro del Valle Events Calendar 2019
  • On the first Sunday of every month, there is FREE ADMISSION for NM residents to the NM Museum of Natural History and Science in Old Town.
  • FREE ADMISSION at Albuquerque Museum each first Wednesday of the month.
  • First Friday of every month enoy FREE ADMISSION to the Balloon Museum.
  • Remember the free ARTScrawl events.
  • The Offcenter Community Arts schedule is here.
  • Food Pantry donations are being accepted for the City Food Pantry Program. Food pantry services are available at the Alamosa, East Central, John Marshall, and Los Griegos Health and Social Service Centers five days a week. Contact marmijo@cabq.gov for more info.
  • Get a Pen Pal at the Central and Unser Library the first Saturday of the month. Make envelopes, gift cards, and new friends. FREE
  • Volunteer opportunity as a Sunport Ambassador. Apply online.
  • You can download the OneABQ app here and use it to report problems and get information.
  • SeeClickFix.com is another way to report something to the 311 system.
  • You may connect your home security camera to the Security Camera Analytical Network (SCAN) by going here.