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Apr
23
Tue
American Indian Week: Pueblo Days @ Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Apr 23 – Apr 29 all-day

40th Annual American Indian Week

April 22 – April 28

The IPCC has something for everyone during American Indian Week: traditional Native dances several times each day, workshops led by Native art experts each afternoon, and artists offering authentic handcrafted work for sale. The Pueblo Harvest Cafe will serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner as usual, as well as host a special concession window in the courtyard!
Free with museum admission.

April 22 @ 9:00 am – April 28 @ 5:00 pm

r courtyard transforms into a bustling marketplace with over fifty artist booths featuring pottery, jewelry, paintings, and more. Enjoy all the activities of our week-long cultural celebration with an extra emphasis on art.

Free with museum admission.

TRADITIONAL NATIVE DANCES

Cultural Dances Daily!

Monday 22nd
11am & 2pm Southern Slam Zia
12pm & 3pm Fontenelle Family Dance Group Zuni/Northern Cheyenne
Tuesday 23rd
11am & 2pm Southern Slam Zia
12pm & 3pm Oak Canyon Dancers Jemez
Wednesday 24th
11am & 2pm Acoma Dance Group Acoma
12pm & 3pm Oak Canyon Dancers Jemez
Thursday 25th
11am & 2pm Cellicion Traditional Dancers Zuni
12pm & 3pm Serpent Trail Dancers Ohkay Owingeh
Friday 26th
11am & 2pm Cellicion Traditional Dancers Zuni
12pm & 3pm Serpent Trail Dancers Ohkay Owingeh
Saturday 27th
10am & 1pm Zuni Olla Maidens Zuni
11am & 2pm Sky City Buffalo Ram Dance Group Acoma
12pm & 3pm White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers White Mountain Apache
Sunday 28th
10am & 1pm Zuni Olla Maidens Zuni
11am & 2pm Sky City Buffalo Ram Dance Group Acoma
12pm & 3pm White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers White Mountain Apache

 

Apr
25
Thu
Gathering of Nations Pow Wow @ Powwow Grounds
Apr 25 – Apr 27 all-day

 

EXPERIENCE NORTH AMERICA’S BIGGEST POWWOW

APRIL 25, 26 & 27, 2019

at the Powwow Grounds – Tingley Coliseum /Expo New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM, U.S.A.

In the past 36 years the Gathering of Nations has grown from an early, simple dream to one of the world’s most recognized annual festivals.

From the beginning the concept has always been to produce an event where Native people can come together each year to celebrate and share culture, and a place where singers and dancers can feel confident that competition is fair to all.

From those genuine and humble beginnings that the Gathering of Nations Pow Wow has evolved into the event you see today, as well as its role in many community outreach efforts. None of this could be have been accomplished without the loyalty and dedication of good volunteers, friends and family.

It was here at the Gathering of Nations that “powwow fever” has shed its warmth on such a wonderful lifestyle, and continues to be of great appeal and intrigue to young people interested in learning more about their own personal tribal traditions and the powwow way.

Flint Carney, a long time friend and member of the Kiowa tribe, who said, “The greatest thing about the Gathering of Nations is the respect that is shown to all Native people of the world.”

This is the way of powwow life and teachings, which are provided and handed down from the elders to the younger generations. The Gathering of Nations experience does not end when you leave and head for home, but rather continues in your heart and mind, remains with you down the road to the next event, powwow or your own personal family gathering(s).

Many people from around the world have made the Gathering of Nations Powwow their travel destination. The Gathering of Nations has grown to become more than just a “Powwow”, it’s an experience!

  • Thee Gathering of Nations has had the opportunity to blossom into the most enjoyable, cultural, and entertaining Native festival in North America.
  • Open with the Gathering of Nations song for grand entry, the powwow program also includes the crowning of Miss Indian World. Its pageantry, along with its cultural beauty, exemplifies the pride and dignity of the culture and traditions of Native women across the United States and Canada.
  • Only at the Gathering of Nations will you partake in the isles of shopping throughout the Indian Trader’s Market, enjoying the best of native foods, Horse & Rider Parade, music on Powwow Alley’s Stage 49 featuring the Best in Native American Music Performances and Entertainment!
Apr
27
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Apr 27 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

About Us

Mission Statement 
The Downtown Growers’ Market’s mission is to support and promote local agriculture, small business development and community engagement in order to better the economics, health, wellbeing and education of New Mexico residents and visitors.We’re located in historic Robinson ParkThe Downtown Growers’ Market is run by the DowntownABQ Main Street Initiative. The Market began in 1996, and continues to grow exponentially thanks to our vibrant community. The market is home to over 60 New Mexican growers offering the highest quality produce available in Albuquerque, along with a wide array of talented local artists and a delicious mix of prepared food artisans.Every week we feature a live band, yoga at 8:45am, community nonprofits, a bike valet service, and lots of community spirit! All are welcome! We accept EBT/SNAP funds {which we’ll double for you!}, that can be processed at our Information Booth, as well as WIC and Senior checks. Also, if you forgot cash- we got you covered! Visit the Info Booth on the east end of the park to learn how you can use your debit card to acquire market tokens.

Green Initiatives


We’re SOLAR POWERED. Positive Energy Solar provides electricity for our band and Java Joe’s espresso machine.

​BIKE to the market! Our neighbors at the Raynold’s Neighborhood Association provide a Bike Valet Service every Saturday starting May 5th. Bike to the market, leave your bike with them, and enjoy a stroll!

We have compost and recycling at Market in an effort to produce no waste. We are looking for volunteers to help with this program. If you are interested, please contact us below.

Los Alamos Earth Day Festival @ Los Alamos Nature Center
Apr 27 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Mark your calendars for the Los Alamos Nature Center’s annual Earth Day Festival! This event is coming up on Saturday, April 27 from 10 AM to 2 PM. Join us for interactive entertainment, delicious food, fun activities, and more!

Earth Day Festival

Sat, Apr 27, 2019
10:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Los Alamos Nature Center
2600 Canyon Road

Audience: General Audience
Admission: Free.

Mark your calendars! Our annual Earth Day Festival is coming up on Saturday, April 27! Join us for a fun day of entertainment, food, activities, informational booths, and more. This year’s festival will be a zero waste event! We’ll provide recycling and composting stations, but encourage you to bring your reusable water bottles, napkins, and utensils if you have them!

Food:

We will have food available from Sirphey and Grandma’s Kettle Corn.

Entertainment:

Recycle Man will perform at 11 AM and 1 PM and have creative instruments for kids to play and enjoy.

Wise Fool will perform at noon!

Activities: 

Help Roady and Bugsy with their latest mystery, sponsored by LA Network.

Pick up Passport to the Pajarito Plateau Part III or re-prints of Parts I and II and start hiking!

Enjoy activities from local community organizations.

Plus, join New Mexico Bank & Trust for a Shred Day from 10 AM to 1 PM during the Earth Day Festival! You can bring two boxes or up to 50 pounds of papers to shred per person. It’s free to participate, but New Mexico Bank and Trust will be collecting donations for PEEC’s monthly Family Star Parties! Stop by 1475 Central Avenue to participate!

There will be no parking available at the event. Walk, bike, or park at the Justice Center (across from the library) and ride the special Atomic City Transit bus straight to the nature center!

Admission: Free.

Apr
28
Sun
Corrales Growers Market
Apr 28 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Mission

The Corrales Growers’ Market operates to support the traditional agricultural economics of the Village of Corrales and to provide community access to sustainable sources of locally grown food. We support the preservation of farmland, the sustainability of small farms and local agricultural production by providing agricultural producers a marketing facility for the sale of their products directly to consumers.

Upcoming Music and Events

Sunday, April 7th: Final Winter Market, 11AM-1PM

Sunday, April 28: Season Opener and Master Gardener Plant Sale! Music by Rob Roman, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 5: Zoltan & the Fortune Tellers, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 12: Shelley Morningsong & Fabian Fontanelle, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 19: 80 Jackson Street, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 26: Lara Manzanares, 9AM-12PM

See our Facebook page notes for the complete season schedule.

Visit us in Corrales

500 Jones Rd. Corrales, NM 87048

We are located on Corrales Road, just south of the Post Office. Parking is available on either side of the market, both in the Post Office parking lot and attached gravel lot.

  • Traveling from Albuquerque: Travel north on Coors Road, past Alameda Blvd. Continue north on Corrales Road approximately 2 miles. The Market is located on the left, just before the Post Office.
  • Traveling from Rio Rancho: Travel east on Southern Blvd/Meadowlark Lane, past NM-528 into Corrales. Turn north on Corrales Road, and drive approximately half a mile. The Market is located on the left, just before the Post Office.
  • Traveling from Bernalillo: Travel south on NM-528. Turn left on Corrales Road/NM-488 and follow for approximately 4.5 miles. The Market will be located on the right, immediately after the Post Office.
May
2
Thu
Los Alamos Farmers Market @ Mesa Public Library parking lot
May 2 @ 7:00 am – 12:30 pm


The Los Alamos Farmers’ Market, a Los Alamos institution for decades welcomes you to enjoy and take part in our market. Our outdoor market operates on Thursday mornings weekly from May through October each year. On peak days we feature more than forty vendors of fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, pestos, jams, breads, and much more. Average vendor participation in 2009 was 33 vendors. 2009 estimated sales were $485,000 of which more than $400K was by farmer/rancher vendors. On busy days, more than 2000 patrons frequent the market.

Our monthly winter markets are also popular community events.

We are always on the look-out for new and interesting vendors. Contact the market manager for more information.

The Los Alamos Farmers’ Market is a project of Los Alamos MainStreet.

Produce
Organics
Vegetables
Fruits
Flowers
Meats
Cheeses
Breads
… much more

The Los Alamos Farmer’s Market is the place to be on Thursday mornings May through October from 7:00 AM until 12:30 PM in the Mesa Public Library Parking lot in downtown Los Alamos. For more information, contact Market Manager Cindy Talamantes. Email or 505-581-4651 H 505-929-6579
… and fun!

May
3
Fri
Santa Cruz Feast Day – Taos Pueblo @ Taos Pueblo
May 3 all-day

Santa Cruz Feast Day- Taos Pueblo. Dances, races, pole climb, arts and crafts fair at the Taos Pueblo. Per vehicle admission fee. Free bus is provided between parking area and the Pueblo for those who don’t want to walk. For information: www.taospueblo.com or (575) 758-1028.

May
4
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
May 4 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

About Us

Mission Statement 
The Downtown Growers’ Market’s mission is to support and promote local agriculture, small business development and community engagement in order to better the economics, health, wellbeing and education of New Mexico residents and visitors.We’re located in historic Robinson ParkThe Downtown Growers’ Market is run by the DowntownABQ Main Street Initiative. The Market began in 1996, and continues to grow exponentially thanks to our vibrant community. The market is home to over 60 New Mexican growers offering the highest quality produce available in Albuquerque, along with a wide array of talented local artists and a delicious mix of prepared food artisans.Every week we feature a live band, yoga at 8:45am, community nonprofits, a bike valet service, and lots of community spirit! All are welcome! We accept EBT/SNAP funds {which we’ll double for you!}, that can be processed at our Information Booth, as well as WIC and Senior checks. Also, if you forgot cash- we got you covered! Visit the Info Booth on the east end of the park to learn how you can use your debit card to acquire market tokens.

Green Initiatives


We’re SOLAR POWERED. Positive Energy Solar provides electricity for our band and Java Joe’s espresso machine.

​BIKE to the market! Our neighbors at the Raynold’s Neighborhood Association provide a Bike Valet Service every Saturday starting May 5th. Bike to the market, leave your bike with them, and enjoy a stroll!

We have compost and recycling at Market in an effort to produce no waste. We are looking for volunteers to help with this program. If you are interested, please contact us below.

Corrales Growers Market
May 4 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Mission

The Corrales Growers’ Market operates to support the traditional agricultural economics of the Village of Corrales and to provide community access to sustainable sources of locally grown food. We support the preservation of farmland, the sustainability of small farms and local agricultural production by providing agricultural producers a marketing facility for the sale of their products directly to consumers.

Upcoming Music and Events

Sunday, April 7th: Final Winter Market, 11AM-1PM

Sunday, April 28: Season Opener and Master Gardener Plant Sale! Music by Rob Roman, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 5: Zoltan & the Fortune Tellers, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 12: Shelley Morningsong & Fabian Fontanelle, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 19: 80 Jackson Street, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 26: Lara Manzanares, 9AM-12PM

See our Facebook page notes for the complete season schedule.

Visit us in Corrales

500 Jones Rd. Corrales, NM 87048

We are located on Corrales Road, just south of the Post Office. Parking is available on either side of the market, both in the Post Office parking lot and attached gravel lot.

  • Traveling from Albuquerque: Travel north on Coors Road, past Alameda Blvd. Continue north on Corrales Road approximately 2 miles. The Market is located on the left, just before the Post Office.
  • Traveling from Rio Rancho: Travel east on Southern Blvd/Meadowlark Lane, past NM-528 into Corrales. Turn north on Corrales Road, and drive approximately half a mile. The Market is located on the left, just before the Post Office.
  • Traveling from Bernalillo: Travel south on NM-528. Turn left on Corrales Road/NM-488 and follow for approximately 4.5 miles. The Market will be located on the right, immediately after the Post Office.
May
5
Sun
Rail Yards Market @ Albuquerque Rail Yards - Blacksmith Shop
May 5 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

RAIL YARDS MARKET
Come to the Rail Yards Market every Sunday for food, art, music and community. Set in Downtown Albuquerque’s Rail Yards enjoy local artisans, growers and musicians. For an inside look at the market, check out this blog post.

The Rail Yards Market’s mission is to celebrate the cuisine, culture, and art of Albuquerque and the State of New Mexico. Our commitment is to:
• Preserve the legacy of an historic downtown neighborhood.
• Gather the city’s many communities around a shared space.
• Nurture the next generation of local entrepreneurs.
• Create a dynamic hub for Albuquerque’s agricultural and artisanal
communities.
• Promote tourism by providing Albuquerque with a must-see
destination in the heart of downtown.
• Demonstrate one of many potential uses for the Rail Yards site.
• Promote the knowledge and preservation of New Mexico’s heirloom
crop varieties

Event Details

Time: 10am-2pm
Recurrence: Every Sunday
Admission: Free

Location: Blacksmith Shop at the Albuquerque Rail Yard in Barelas

777 1st Street SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone: 505-600-1109

May
9
Thu
Los Alamos Farmers Market @ Mesa Public Library parking lot
May 9 @ 7:00 am – 12:30 pm


The Los Alamos Farmers’ Market, a Los Alamos institution for decades welcomes you to enjoy and take part in our market. Our outdoor market operates on Thursday mornings weekly from May through October each year. On peak days we feature more than forty vendors of fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, pestos, jams, breads, and much more. Average vendor participation in 2009 was 33 vendors. 2009 estimated sales were $485,000 of which more than $400K was by farmer/rancher vendors. On busy days, more than 2000 patrons frequent the market.

Our monthly winter markets are also popular community events.

We are always on the look-out for new and interesting vendors. Contact the market manager for more information.

The Los Alamos Farmers’ Market is a project of Los Alamos MainStreet.

Produce
Organics
Vegetables
Fruits
Flowers
Meats
Cheeses
Breads
… much more

The Los Alamos Farmer’s Market is the place to be on Thursday mornings May through October from 7:00 AM until 12:30 PM in the Mesa Public Library Parking lot in downtown Los Alamos. For more information, contact Market Manager Cindy Talamantes. Email or 505-581-4651 H 505-929-6579
… and fun!

May
11
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
May 11 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

About Us

Mission Statement 
The Downtown Growers’ Market’s mission is to support and promote local agriculture, small business development and community engagement in order to better the economics, health, wellbeing and education of New Mexico residents and visitors.We’re located in historic Robinson ParkThe Downtown Growers’ Market is run by the DowntownABQ Main Street Initiative. The Market began in 1996, and continues to grow exponentially thanks to our vibrant community. The market is home to over 60 New Mexican growers offering the highest quality produce available in Albuquerque, along with a wide array of talented local artists and a delicious mix of prepared food artisans.Every week we feature a live band, yoga at 8:45am, community nonprofits, a bike valet service, and lots of community spirit! All are welcome! We accept EBT/SNAP funds {which we’ll double for you!}, that can be processed at our Information Booth, as well as WIC and Senior checks. Also, if you forgot cash- we got you covered! Visit the Info Booth on the east end of the park to learn how you can use your debit card to acquire market tokens.

Green Initiatives


We’re SOLAR POWERED. Positive Energy Solar provides electricity for our band and Java Joe’s espresso machine.

​BIKE to the market! Our neighbors at the Raynold’s Neighborhood Association provide a Bike Valet Service every Saturday starting May 5th. Bike to the market, leave your bike with them, and enjoy a stroll!

We have compost and recycling at Market in an effort to produce no waste. We are looking for volunteers to help with this program. If you are interested, please contact us below.

Corrales Growers Market
May 11 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Mission

The Corrales Growers’ Market operates to support the traditional agricultural economics of the Village of Corrales and to provide community access to sustainable sources of locally grown food. We support the preservation of farmland, the sustainability of small farms and local agricultural production by providing agricultural producers a marketing facility for the sale of their products directly to consumers.

Upcoming Music and Events

Sunday, April 7th: Final Winter Market, 11AM-1PM

Sunday, April 28: Season Opener and Master Gardener Plant Sale! Music by Rob Roman, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 5: Zoltan & the Fortune Tellers, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 12: Shelley Morningsong & Fabian Fontanelle, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 19: 80 Jackson Street, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 26: Lara Manzanares, 9AM-12PM

See our Facebook page notes for the complete season schedule.

Visit us in Corrales

500 Jones Rd. Corrales, NM 87048

We are located on Corrales Road, just south of the Post Office. Parking is available on either side of the market, both in the Post Office parking lot and attached gravel lot.

  • Traveling from Albuquerque: Travel north on Coors Road, past Alameda Blvd. Continue north on Corrales Road approximately 2 miles. The Market is located on the left, just before the Post Office.
  • Traveling from Rio Rancho: Travel east on Southern Blvd/Meadowlark Lane, past NM-528 into Corrales. Turn north on Corrales Road, and drive approximately half a mile. The Market is located on the left, just before the Post Office.
  • Traveling from Bernalillo: Travel south on NM-528. Turn left on Corrales Road/NM-488 and follow for approximately 4.5 miles. The Market will be located on the right, immediately after the Post Office.
May
12
Sun
Rail Yards Market @ Albuquerque Rail Yards - Blacksmith Shop
May 12 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

RAIL YARDS MARKET
Come to the Rail Yards Market every Sunday for food, art, music and community. Set in Downtown Albuquerque’s Rail Yards enjoy local artisans, growers and musicians. For an inside look at the market, check out this blog post.

The Rail Yards Market’s mission is to celebrate the cuisine, culture, and art of Albuquerque and the State of New Mexico. Our commitment is to:
• Preserve the legacy of an historic downtown neighborhood.
• Gather the city’s many communities around a shared space.
• Nurture the next generation of local entrepreneurs.
• Create a dynamic hub for Albuquerque’s agricultural and artisanal
communities.
• Promote tourism by providing Albuquerque with a must-see
destination in the heart of downtown.
• Demonstrate one of many potential uses for the Rail Yards site.
• Promote the knowledge and preservation of New Mexico’s heirloom
crop varieties

Event Details

Time: 10am-2pm
Recurrence: Every Sunday
Admission: Free

Location: Blacksmith Shop at the Albuquerque Rail Yard in Barelas

777 1st Street SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone: 505-600-1109

May
16
Thu
Annual Golden Aspen Motorcycle Rally – Ruidoso
May 16 – May 19 all-day

2 Rallies, 4-5 days of riding, food and music.

For 50 years, the village of Ruidoso in the southern mountains of New Mexico has hosted riders and enthusiasts for the Golden Aspen (Est. 1969) and AspenCash (Est. 1997) motorcycle rallies.

In 2018, the father-son team of Humberto and Blayne Maldonado, both long-time Ruidoso residents and Golden Aspen Rally participants and supporters, took over from former owners Ron and Jill Andrews.

The Maldonados are excited to continue the great tradition of the rallies with new attractions and events, including live music and something for every motorcycle enthusiast.

22ND ANNUAL ASPENCASH MOTORCYCLE RALLY:

May 16-19, 2019 | Ruidoso Convention Center

Schedule of Events:

The 2019 AspenCash Motorcycle Rally will be open each day from:

Thursday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Sunday: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Please see event and entertainment pages for times for other events!

Los Alamos Farmers Market @ Mesa Public Library parking lot
May 16 @ 7:00 am – 12:30 pm


The Los Alamos Farmers’ Market, a Los Alamos institution for decades welcomes you to enjoy and take part in our market. Our outdoor market operates on Thursday mornings weekly from May through October each year. On peak days we feature more than forty vendors of fruits, vegetables, meats, cheeses, pestos, jams, breads, and much more. Average vendor participation in 2009 was 33 vendors. 2009 estimated sales were $485,000 of which more than $400K was by farmer/rancher vendors. On busy days, more than 2000 patrons frequent the market.

Our monthly winter markets are also popular community events.

We are always on the look-out for new and interesting vendors. Contact the market manager for more information.

The Los Alamos Farmers’ Market is a project of Los Alamos MainStreet.

Produce
Organics
Vegetables
Fruits
Flowers
Meats
Cheeses
Breads
… much more

The Los Alamos Farmer’s Market is the place to be on Thursday mornings May through October from 7:00 AM until 12:30 PM in the Mesa Public Library Parking lot in downtown Los Alamos. For more information, contact Market Manager Cindy Talamantes. Email or 505-581-4651 H 505-929-6579
… and fun!

May
17
Fri
Red River Bacon & Brews @ Brandenburg Park
May 17 – May 18 all-day

101 West MainTelephone: 575-754-2366Email: shelby@redriverchamber.org

 

May
18
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
May 18 @ 7:00 am – 4:00 pm

About Us

Mission Statement 
The Downtown Growers’ Market’s mission is to support and promote local agriculture, small business development and community engagement in order to better the economics, health, wellbeing and education of New Mexico residents and visitors.We’re located in historic Robinson ParkThe Downtown Growers’ Market is run by the DowntownABQ Main Street Initiative. The Market began in 1996, and continues to grow exponentially thanks to our vibrant community. The market is home to over 60 New Mexican growers offering the highest quality produce available in Albuquerque, along with a wide array of talented local artists and a delicious mix of prepared food artisans.Every week we feature a live band, yoga at 8:45am, community nonprofits, a bike valet service, and lots of community spirit! All are welcome! We accept EBT/SNAP funds {which we’ll double for you!}, that can be processed at our Information Booth, as well as WIC and Senior checks. Also, if you forgot cash- we got you covered! Visit the Info Booth on the east end of the park to learn how you can use your debit card to acquire market tokens.

Green Initiatives


We’re SOLAR POWERED. Positive Energy Solar provides electricity for our band and Java Joe’s espresso machine.

​BIKE to the market! Our neighbors at the Raynold’s Neighborhood Association provide a Bike Valet Service every Saturday starting May 5th. Bike to the market, leave your bike with them, and enjoy a stroll!

We have compost and recycling at Market in an effort to produce no waste. We are looking for volunteers to help with this program. If you are interested, please contact us below.

Corrales Growers Market
May 18 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Our Mission

The Corrales Growers’ Market operates to support the traditional agricultural economics of the Village of Corrales and to provide community access to sustainable sources of locally grown food. We support the preservation of farmland, the sustainability of small farms and local agricultural production by providing agricultural producers a marketing facility for the sale of their products directly to consumers.

Upcoming Music and Events

Sunday, April 7th: Final Winter Market, 11AM-1PM

Sunday, April 28: Season Opener and Master Gardener Plant Sale! Music by Rob Roman, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 5: Zoltan & the Fortune Tellers, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 12: Shelley Morningsong & Fabian Fontanelle, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 19: 80 Jackson Street, 9AM-12PM

Sunday, May 26: Lara Manzanares, 9AM-12PM

See our Facebook page notes for the complete season schedule.

Visit us in Corrales

500 Jones Rd. Corrales, NM 87048

We are located on Corrales Road, just south of the Post Office. Parking is available on either side of the market, both in the Post Office parking lot and attached gravel lot.

  • Traveling from Albuquerque: Travel north on Coors Road, past Alameda Blvd. Continue north on Corrales Road approximately 2 miles. The Market is located on the left, just before the Post Office.
  • Traveling from Rio Rancho: Travel east on Southern Blvd/Meadowlark Lane, past NM-528 into Corrales. Turn north on Corrales Road, and drive approximately half a mile. The Market is located on the left, just before the Post Office.
  • Traveling from Bernalillo: Travel south on NM-528. Turn left on Corrales Road/NM-488 and follow for approximately 4.5 miles. The Market will be located on the right, immediately after the Post Office.
May
19
Sun
Rail Yards Market @ Albuquerque Rail Yards - Blacksmith Shop
May 19 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

RAIL YARDS MARKET
Come to the Rail Yards Market every Sunday for food, art, music and community. Set in Downtown Albuquerque’s Rail Yards enjoy local artisans, growers and musicians. For an inside look at the market, check out this blog post.

The Rail Yards Market’s mission is to celebrate the cuisine, culture, and art of Albuquerque and the State of New Mexico. Our commitment is to:
• Preserve the legacy of an historic downtown neighborhood.
• Gather the city’s many communities around a shared space.
• Nurture the next generation of local entrepreneurs.
• Create a dynamic hub for Albuquerque’s agricultural and artisanal
communities.
• Promote tourism by providing Albuquerque with a must-see
destination in the heart of downtown.
• Demonstrate one of many potential uses for the Rail Yards site.
• Promote the knowledge and preservation of New Mexico’s heirloom
crop varieties

Event Details

Time: 10am-2pm
Recurrence: Every Sunday
Admission: Free

Location: Blacksmith Shop at the Albuquerque Rail Yard in Barelas

777 1st Street SW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
Phone: 505-600-1109