On Saturday, September 27 the public will be welcomed to the historic KiMo Theatre to view The Wind starring Lillian Gish. The Invincible Czars, a quartet based in Austin, Texas, will be playing their movie score live to the film.
TEDxABQ, one of the largest and oldest TEDx events in the world, is returning to UNM’s Popejoy Hall on Saturday, September 6, featuring some of New Mexico’s local scientists, farmers, artists and innovators.
General admission includes the full-day stage program featuring TED-style talks, and videos.
The conference was viewed over 700,000 times in 2013 across the globe.
Tickets are $65 for general admission although discounted tickets are available to UNM faculty, staff, and students.
You can purchase tickets here»
New Mexico-based national non-profit Innovate+Educate announced Wednesday that it will be hosting its first TalentABQ career event titled “Skills to Jobs Talent Fair” on September 4, 2014 from 2:00 to 7:00 pm at the Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North.
TalentABQ is a joint initiative led by Innovate+Educate in partnership with the City of Albuquerque, the Department of Workforce Solutions, Central New Mexico Community College and Mayor Richard Berry to connect employers and job seekers across Albuquerque to both education and employment opportunities. TalentABQ connects employers and job seekers through the common language of skills.
The event will be held in conjunction with a special reception with the mayor and the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions Secretary Celina Bussey at 5:30 pm and will serve as a space for job seekers to bring their skill assessment scores and show how qualified they are for each employer’s open positions.
For more information, visit the website here»
Two new ziplines are opening this fall in Ruidoso at the Inn of the Mountain Gods and Ski Apache.
The inn’s zipline will carry riders from Lake Mescalero to the boat house. Ski Apache’s zipline will be a three-part zipline tour starting above the Apache Bowl at 11,000 feet, and will run a total of almost 9,000 feet.
Riders can reach speeds of 60 miles an hour.
Both ziplines are expected to open in October.
Pack your pajamas for a sleepover at the BioPark Aquarium this Friday.
It’s a chance to learn about ocean animals and their nighttime behavior.
Kids will be able to get crafty or watch a marine-themed movie in the aquarium theater.
The party starts at 7 p.m. All kids younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Tickets are $30.
For more information, click here.