Calendar of Events - Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce
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Events available for Registration...

Women in Business Holiday Party
12/2/2022
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The Hispano Chamber Welcomes EXHIB-IT! Ribbon Cutting Celebration
12/6/2022
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La Hermandad Meeting
12/7/2022
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The Hispano Chamber Presents Get Crafty
12/8/2022
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The Hispano Chamber Welcomes Doodle Bug LLC dba Kickstand Cafe & Cycles Ribbon Cutting Celebration
12/9/2022
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Hispano Chamber & Voya Retirement Advantage
12/13/2022
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El Portal - Membership Orientation December
12/16/2022
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Health & Wellness Program Monthly Meeting
12/22/2022
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The Hispano Chamber Welcomes Family Promise of Albuquerque Ribbon Cutting Celebration
1/10/2023
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The Hispano Chamber Welcomes US Eagle Federal Credit Union Ribbon Cutting Celebration
2/9/2023
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La Noche Encantada 'Zorro'
2/18/2023
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Events in the next 30 days...
DateEvent
12/2/2022
Women's Program Monthly Meeting

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12/2/2022
Women in Business Holiday Party


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12/6/2022
The Hispano Chamber Welcomes EXHIB-IT! Ribbon Cutting Celebration


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12/7/2022
La Hermandad Meeting


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12/8/2022
The Hispano Chamber Presents Get Crafty


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12/22/2022
Health & Wellness Program Monthly Meeting


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11/19/2020
 -11/28/2030
Letters to Santa


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1/4/2022
 -12/31/2022
Monday Specials



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1/4/2022
 -12/31/2022
Lunch & Play



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1/20/2022
 -12/31/2022
Happy Hour


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8/5/2022
 -12/30/2022
Weekly Unwhelminar

Every Friday, women and female-identifying individuals, will be treated to a guest with lessons, advice, and humor to share (becasue I don't invite boring people to hang out with you). It's like free business coaching just for showing up. 

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10/15/2022
 -1/15/2023
4th Annual Short Short Story Contest to Support Literacy

Flash Fiction Contest. Write a story using 100 words on one of four topics. Grand prize: $200. 6 Other Prizes: $100 including a Youth Prize for writers 14 years and younger.  Publication in an e-magazine. All ages. No geographical restrictions but story must be written in English. The Contest supports Ethos Literacy, a nonprofit providing free reading, writing and ESL tutoring to adults.


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11/21/2022
 -1/9/2023
Native American Youth Art Show

This annual exhibition was established in 1979 to encourage creativity among Native youth, and to help them recognize that the future preservation and evolution of Native culture lies with them. This year, entries focus on personal 'superheroess' -- the place, people, or things that help them see the beauty in the world. Free for members, or with museum admission. 

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11/25/2022
 -1/6/2023
Pueblo Gingerbread House Contest

Applications Available Starting November 12 Online
Entries Accepted: November 25-December 18 at 3pm
People's Choice Award Nominations: December 20-January 3
In-Person Lobby Display Dates: November 25-January 6
Judging with Pueblo Santa: December 20
The Pueblo Gingerbread House Contest is a favorite holiday tradition at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Children, adults, and seniors are invited to enter a Gingerbrad house inspired by a Pueblo village, house, community, church or historic building, with prizes awarded in each of those categories. This festive event is a unique way to share and enjoy Pueblo culture with your family. Free for members, or with museum admission. 

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12/1/2022
 -12/12/2022
new event


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12/2/2022
Pueblo Shop & Stroll

Enjoy the spirit of the season at our Pueblo Shop & Stroll. Shop a market featuring Native artists selling hand-crafted ornaments, nativity sets, jewelry, art, and unique gifts while warming yourself by the bonfire and strolling around beautiful luminarias in the IPCC Courtyard. Indulge in the Indian Pueblo Kitchen's hot cocoa bar and popular concessions and visit with Pueblo Santa. 
The Sky City Buffalo Dancers (Acoma) and the White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers, who will perform their crowd-pleasing firedance, will be present for the festivities. Free for members, or with museum admission. 
4-6PM: Children's Activities 
5:30-6:30PM: Sky City Buffalo Ram Dancers (Acoma)
6;30-7:30PM: White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers ( White Mountain Apache) 

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12/2/2022
Sky City Buffalo Ram Dancers (Acoma)

Take your picture with Pueblo Santa, enjoy cultural dance performaces, and indulge in the Indian Pueblo Kitchen's hot cocoa bar and popular concessions. 

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12/2/2022
 -1/1/2023
WINTER WONDERLAND

New Mexico's #1 Drive Thru Winter Attraction 

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12/2/2022
White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers

Take your picture with Pueblo Santa, enjoy cultural dance performances, and indulge in the Indian Pueblo Kitchen's hot cocoa bar and popular concessions. 

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12/3/2022
White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers

Celebrate the seasonal cycles through prayer, song, and dance with our Cultural Dance Program. Dances connect us to our ancestors, community, and traditions while honoring gifts from our Creator. 
They ensure that life continues and connections to the past and future are reinforced. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the only place in North America to offer cultural Native American dances every week year-round. 
Free for museum members, or with admission. 

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12/3/2022
The Art of Coexistence Festival NM

Please join fun & inspiring family/ friend/community event! Experience of COEXISTENCE with myself, other people and the earth!

Body & Brain NM is hosting "NM Art of Coexistence Festival", inviting Ilchibuko, president of Sedona Mago Retreat and an international speaker. 
Join us for this special opportunity to connect to the naturalness within us and connect to the earth.

WHAT DO YOU EXPERIENCE?
- Special Lecture by Ilchibuko
- Yoga Tai Chi Mini Class
- Drumming & Qigong Performance
- Energy Recharging/Relaxing Herb Meditation
- Earth Healing Meditation
- Aura & Chakra Reading
- Raffles & Vendor Booths

ABOUT ILCHIBUKO
Ilchibuko is the President of Sedona Mago Retreat and Spiritual Teacher. With over 20 years of experience in mastering Qi energy, Ilchibuko offers expert guidance to reconnect people to the deepest root of themselves and awaken their fullest potential. Ilchibuko is an international speaker and trainer who envisions individual awakening and healing to be the seed from which the healing of all humanity and the Earth will grow. (https://www.ilchibuko.com)

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12/3/2022
CANTEEN BREWERY FUNDRAISER


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12/3/2022
 -12/17/2022
Stories by the Fireside

We welcome you and your family to come and enjoy the age-old tradition of storytelling around the bonfire, each night sharing a different Pueblo tale. We'll also be featuring cultural dance performances. Along with complimentary refreshments. The first 20 kids will recieve a door prize (12 & under; one per family). Admission for the event is a coat in good condition or two non-pershable food items. All items will be donated to local organizations that support Native American families within our community who are in need during this holiday season. 

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12/4/2022
White Mountain Apache Crown Dancers

Celebrate the seasonal cycles through prayer, song, and dance with our Cultural Dance Program. Dances connect us to our ancestors, community, and traditions while honoring gifts from our Creator. 
They ensure that life continues and connections to the past and future are reinforced. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the only place in North America to offer cultural Native American dances every week year-round. 
Free for museum members, or with admission. 

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12/7/2022
Mix@Six Networking Mixer

Meet the whos who in sales, marketing and business development to trade ideas and business opportunities and news about local job openings
 

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12/8/2022
Whiptail Eatery Birthday Dinner

Join us at Whiptail Eatery for a birthday dinner celebrating our one year anniversary! Come and enjoy a holiday meal on December 8th, 7PM! In addition receive 10% off all menu items from December 5th-11th. Come celebrate with us all week!

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12/10/2022
18th Annual Alzheimer’s Association New Mexico Chapter Caregiver Conference


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12/10/2022
Chisolm Trail 30th Birthday Party

Introducing Chisolm Trail RV's 30th Birthday Party and Sales Event! Join us on December 10th from 11AM-3PM to celebrate the anniversary of our wonderful legacy. 

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12/10/2022
 -12/11/2022
Howeya Family Traditional Dance Group (Acoma Pueblo)

Celebrate the seasonal cycles through prayer, song, and dance with our Cultural Dance Program. Dances connect us to our ancestors, community, and traditions while honoring gifts from our Creator. 
They ensure that life continues and connections to the past and future are reinforced. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the only place in North America to offer cultural Native American dances every week, year-round. 
Free for members, or with museum admission. 

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12/13/2022
Pueblo Book Club: "The Night Watchman: A Novel" by Louise Erdich (Turtle Mountain Chippewa)

Storytelling has long been a human behavior, using the oral narrative of passing along history, skillsets and knowledge. It is also a way of reminding others of those who have come before. With the written form, few people possess that unique gift of being exceptional storytellers. 'The Night Watchman: A Novel Portrayals' by Turtle Mountain Chippewa tribal member Louise Erdrich, is an example of 'a storyteller's storyteller."

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12/14/2022
La Quinta Inn & Suites by Wyndham Albuquerque Midtown-RENOVATIONS HARD HAT TOUR & Celebration

We would like to invite you and your guests to join us, as we have started the second phase of renovations in our public areas. 

Take a tour and see our beautiful suites, enjoy snacks, beverages, gift give aways, and a chance to win a weekend stay in one of our newly renovated suites-breakfast included.

Our Owner- Mr. Sheetal Patel and VP of Operations-Mrs. Michelle Safley Redmon will be there to meet and greet you, plus answer any questions you may have.  

Please RSVP by 12/12/2022 to Kimberley Haynie-VP of Sales & Marketing (khaynie@s2-mi.com)

We look forward hanging out with you!

 

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12/16/2022
El Portal - Membership Orientation December


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12/17/2022
 -12/18/2022
Kallestewa Dance Group (Zuni)

Celebrate the seasonal cycles through prayer, song, and dance with our Cultural Dance Program. Dances connect us to our ancestors, community, and traditions while honoring gifts from our Creator. 
They ensure that life continues and connections to the past and future are reinforced. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the only place in North America to offer cultural Native American dances every week, year-round. 
Free for museum members, or with admission. 

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12/21/2022
 -12/22/2022
NMARB New Mexico Traditions Holiday Seminar

Students will be able to choose their form of expression. They will have the options of performing guitar, percussion, writing lyrics, and story-telling.

This three-day seminar, taking place at FUSION, will include traditional music, story-telling, the cultural history of Las Posadas, making of luminarias and more. Our seminar will conclude in a performance and presentation, including traditional NM holiday fare. Come prepared to follow up our Las Posadas procession with traditional Holiday caroling!

This seminar is for youth ages 7-17. A $15 dollar suggested donation per student is appreciated but not required. We will have a donation box at the door for families who are able to donate.


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12/31/2022
Sky City Buffalo Ram Dancers (Acoma)

Celebrate the seasonal cycles through prayer, song, and dance with out Cultural Dance Program. Dances connect us to our ancestors, community, and traditions while honoring gifts from our Creator. 
They ensure that life continues and connections to the past and future are reinforced. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is the only place in North America to offer cultural Native American dances every week, year-round. 
Free for museum members, or with admission. 

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Coming Soon...
The Hispano Chamber Welcomes "Barbacoa Juarez" Ribbon Cutting Celebration

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