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2018 – Fiesta of Cultures — October 20th
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2018 – Fiesta of Cultures — October 20th

Celebrate with us from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.    Enjoy Free Admission to the Coronado Historic Site and the Fiesta of Cultures This annual event celebrates the past and present cultures in the Land of Enchantment. Entertainment: Mariachis and Matachines Early Settlement skills with demonstrations (yucca sandal making, flint knapping) Pueblo life hands-on exhibit … Continue reading

Field Trip to Skip Maisel’s Indian Jewelry and Crafts Store to see Maisel’s Murals – November 3, 2018
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Field Trip to Skip Maisel’s Indian Jewelry and Crafts Store to see Maisel’s Murals – November 3, 2018

Nov. 3 Field Trip to “The Maisel’s Murals 1939” Join us on a field trip to Skip Maisel’s Indian Jewelry and Crafts store, 510 Central Ave SE (Downtown Albuquerque)  on Saturday, Nov 3. Paul Secord, the author of the book “The Maisel’s Murals 1939” will be our tour director. There are 17 murals from 11 different artists. To quote Paul, “…The murals … Continue reading

Volunteer at Coronado Historic Site
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Volunteer at Coronado Historic Site

Help Ranger Annie– Each Tuesday through September Ranger Annie is looking for help removing goat heads and tumbleweeds at Coronado HS. From 9:00 to noon each Tuesday is weed time. If anyone has a free hour or two and would like to assist please come on down and join her. She hopes to get this done over the next 6 weeks … Continue reading

Night Hike ———-  October 24, 2018 — — — Ojito Wilderness
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Night Hike ———- October 24, 2018 — — — Ojito Wilderness

Kuaua Trekkers… Friends of Coronado member, Earlene Shroyer will lead a full moon hike on the White Ridge Trail in the Ojito Wilderness. • What we’ll do: We’ll hike along the equestrian trail in the moonlight, following a ranch road through white sandstone formations. Approx. distance 2-4 miles round-trip, spending time to explore the formations along the … Continue reading