CALENDAR

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

39th Annual American Indian Week

April 23 – April 29

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.

Spring Art Market: Sat. April 29 – Sun. April 30, 9 am – 5 pm

The last weekend of American Indian Week is unmissable for art lovers! Our 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

IPCC Courtyard

Monday, April 23rd

  • 11am & 2pm: Red Turtle Dance Group (Pojoaque)
  • 12pm & 3pm: Cloud Eagle Dance Group (Nambé)

Tuesday, April 24th

  • 11am & 2pm: Red Turtle Dance Group (Pojoaque)
  • 12pm & 3pm: Cloud Eagle Dance Group (Nambé)

Wednesday, April 25th

  • 11am & 2pm: Sky City Buffalo Ram Dance Group (Acoma)
  • 12pm & 3pm: Fontenelle Family Dancers (Zuni)

Thursday, April 26th

  • 11am & 2pm: Oak Canyon Dance Group (Jemez)
  • 12pm & 3pm: Fontenelle Family Dancers (Zuni)

Friday, April 27th

  • 11am & 2pm: Sky City Buffalo Ram Dance Group (Acoma)
  • 12pm & 3pm: Oak Canyon Dance Group (Jemez)

Saturday, April 28th

  • 10am & 1pm: Zuni Olla Maidens (Zuni)
  • 11am & 2pm: Tewa Dancers from the North (Ohkay Owingeh)
  • 12pm & 3pm: White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers (White Mountain Apache)

Sunday, April 29th

  • 10am & 1pm: Zuni Olla Maidens (Zuni)
  • 11am & 2pm: Tewa Dancers from the North (Ohkay Owingeh)
  • 12pm & 3pm: White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers (White Mountain Apache)

ART WORKSHOPS

Shumakolowa Native Arts

Wednesday, April 25th

  • 12-1 pm: Distinguishing Authentic Work from Imitations

Thursday, April 26th

  • 12-1 pm: Rug Traditions

Friday, April 27th

  • 12-1 pm: Evolution of Native American Jewelry

Saturday, April 28th

      • 12-1 pm: Evolution of Native American Jewelry
      • 1-2 pm: Distinguishing Authentic Work from Imitations
      • 2-3 pm: Rug Traditions
Apr
26
Thu
Gathering of Nations Pow Wow @ Powwow Grounds
Apr 26 – Apr 28 all-day

 

EXPERIENCE NORTH AMERICA’S BIGGEST POWWOW

APRIL 26, 27 & 28, 2018

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

In the past 35 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, music on Powwow Alley’s Stage 49 featuring the Best in Native American Music Performances and Entertainment!
  • The Gathering of Nations Academic Scholarship Foundation for Native American Students
Apr
28
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Apr 28 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

Albuquerque Renaissance Faire @ Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum
Apr 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Albuquerque Renaissance Faire: Saturday, April 28, 2018

Anderson-Abruzzo Albuquerque International Balloon Museum from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Lords and Ladies of Albuquerque, get ready for the most beloved event in the kingdom. All of the faire favorites will return including The Tilted Tankard Tavern, Commoners’ Food Court, Children’s Realm, Village Shopping, Living History and live entertainment for the whole family!

Presented by the City of Albuquerque, Society for Creative Anachronism | Barony al-Barran and Taste ABQ BioPark.

Purchase tickets online or in person at the Shark Reef Cafe, located next to the ABQ BioPark Aquarium. (map)

Entertainment

The finest entertainers from across the kingdom have gathered for your amusement and delight! Enjoy live entertainment on multiple stages throughout the event. Witness fascinating living history demonstrations, cheer for your favorite champions during both the Armored Combat Exhibitions and thrilling Live Equestrian Showcase.

     Equestrian Jousting by Order of Epona • 11 a.m. & 3 p.m.
          Cheer for your favorite knight as they present their skills to the kingdom.

     Faire Ware Show: Pet Fashion Contest • 1:30 p.m.
          Dress your four-legged royal friend in the best and enter to compete.

     Crawl to the Crown: Baby Race
          Put your baby’s speed skills to the test to see who is the fastest in the land.

Tilted Tankard Tavern

Kings and Queens (21+) can enjoy food, entertainment and libations from local vendors in The Tilted Tankard Tavern, located upstairs in the Balloon Museum. Adults can saunter through the event with a goblet full of a local favorite beverage from:

Food Fit for a King

Feast like royalty on delicious food and drinks served by a variety of local food trucks. Look for items such as, turkey legs, roasted corn, meat pies, pizza, frozen sweet treats and more.

Village Shopping

Browse through a variety of local handcrafted artisans ranging from pottery, housewares, and baked goods to clothing, body products, and jewelry.

Children’s Realm

In the Children’s Realm, your little prince or princess can enjoy free face painting, storm the rock wall and prepare for battle against a knight.

     Fight A Knight • noon & 4 p.m.
          Young heroes can battle to save the Kingdom!

May
5
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
May 5 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

Las Vegas Cinco de Mayo
May 5 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Cesar Chavez was born in Yuma, Arizona on March 31, 1927 and died April 23, 1993. He was an American farm worker, labor leader and civil rights  activist who with Dolores Huerta, co-founded the United Farm Workers Union.

He popularized the slogan “Si se Puede,” which has been copied by many politicians since his death. “Huelga,” or strike, resounded across several continents urging people and institutions to support farmworkers strikes and boyotts. He died as a result of a fast attempting to the suffering of farmworkers and their families.

Event Information

Casa de Cultura presents Annual CInco de Mayo!
7th st. & Douglas Ave
Las Vegas, NM

Program starts at Noon with the presentation of the Colors by Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1063.

On the program is Aztec Ceremony, Mariachi De Lo De Mora, County Commissioner Rock Ulibarri, Los Trinos Band, Studio B and Kenny Medina y Suspiro

Free and open to the public, reserved seating for the elders, & food booths.

Bring a chair & umbrella!

May
12
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
May 12 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

May
18
Fri
Taos Lilac Festival @ Kit Carson Park
May 18 – May 20 all-day

The Taos Lilac Festival is blossoming in Taos, NM celebrating the heritage of lilacs, May 18 – 20, 2018.

The Grand Festival Weekend, May 18-20, 2018 will include a pet parade and costume contest; live entertainment; children’s carousel; food and crafts vendor and many family friendly activities. Lilacs flourish abundantly in Taos and peak the last two weeks of May.

The Taos Lilac Festival is a community event held each year during the two weeks between Mother’s Day and Memorial Day to celebrate the arrival of blooming lilacs throughout the Taos area. The grand festival weekend is the weekend before Memorial Day. Our inaugural festival was held May  2013. This year, as last, activities planned for the Grand Festival Weekend, May 18 – 20, 2018, include an Arts and Crafts Fair, a Pet ParadeVintage Flying Jenny Carousel and Live Music all in Kit Carson Park. A self-guided walking tour map of the Taos historic district is available for touring the area, viewing and enjoying the aroma of blooming lilacs.

The New Mexico Beer & Wine Garden featuring beers, wines and foods from New Mexico.  There will also be the Taos Taco Cook Off. In addition to lilac gardening sessions from Los Jardineros Garden Club there will be a large gardening center tent featuring gardening supplies, lilac advice and many varieties of lilacs for sale.

A goal of the Taos Lilac Festival is to improve landscaping throughout the area and increase the curb-appeal of the Taos community.  The Lilac Festival also draws visitors to Taos from the surrounding states to participate in the annual Taos Lilac Festival. With the assistance of the New Mexico Tourism Department, the Town of Taos and Taos County, the event is marketed to communities throughout New Mexico and surrounding states.

May
19
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
May 19 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

May
26
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
May 26 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

Jun
2
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Jun 2 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

Jun
9
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Jun 9 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

Jun
16
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Jun 16 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

Jun
17
Sun
San Antonio Feast Day – Taos Pueblo @ Taos Pueblo
Jun 17 all-day

San Antonio 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.

Jun
23
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Jun 23 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

Jun
24
Sun
San Juan Feast Day – Taos Pueblo @ Taos Pueblo
Jun 24 all-day

San Juan 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.

Jun
30
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Jun 30 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

Jul
7
Sat
Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Jul 7 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.

Jul
14
Sat
Taos Pueblo Pow-Wow @ Taos Pueblo
Jul 14 – Jul 15 all-day

Annual Taos Pueblo Pow-Wow – 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.

Downtown Albuquerque Growers’ Market @ Robinson Park
Jul 14 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 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 Park on Saturdays, April 15-November 4, 8am-noon.The 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.