Calendar of Events - Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce

April 2020
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AHCC Ambassadors Committee - February Meeting
02/25/20
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AHCC February Biz Gratis Bourbon & Boots - Networking Event
02/26/20
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AHCC Welcomes "F45 Training" Ribbon Cutting Celebration
02/29/20
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AHCC Welcomes "New Mexico Runners" Ribbon Cutting Celebration
03/01/20
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AHCC March El Portal - Membership Orientation
03/13/20
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AHCC March Membership Appreciation Breakfast
03/17/20
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Beyond the Basics: Best Business Strategies for Recruiting, Hiring and Retaining Veterans
03/25/20 - 03/25/20
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2020 AHCC Golf Classic
04/30/20
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Events in the month of April 2020
4/8/2020 - 4/9/2020
Do you have personal or professional experience with health-related issues? Come share and learn at New Mexico First’s Statewide Town Hall on physical, mental, and behavioral health. Folks from across the state will come together to build relationships and recommendations to optimize health and decide on action steps. Prior to the statewide Town Hall, approximately 15 community conversation will be held around New Mexico to inform discussions at the April 8-9th event. The Town Hall serves as a great networking opportunity for professionals and students in health-related fields. There will be an array of representation from different fields, backgrounds, communities, and political parties.
Themes include:
  1. Fostering a Robust and Responsive Continuum of Care
  2. Building Inclusive and Culturally Competent Systems to Support Health
  3. Growing, Attracting, and Retaining and Effecting Healthcare Workforce
  4. Health Economics, Data, and Decision-Making
  5. Resilience, Trauma, and Adverse Childhood Experiences
  6. Unmet Healthcare Needs for People in the Legal System
To register, go to https://nmfirst.worldsecuresystems.com/events
NMF Town Halls take place every two years in the spring prior to the 60-day legislative session.
 

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4/11/2020
The Best Buddies Friendship Walk is the number one walk in the country raising awareness and funds to support inclusion for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Participants will enjoy a short stroll along with laughter, smiling, and new friends.  All funds raised from the event will support us in continuing to bring one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, and leadership development opportunities to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities here in this great state of New Mexico.
 

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4/11/2020
This is the definitive handbook to the overlooked, offbeat, and unknown within the Duke City. “Secret Albuquerque: A Guide to the Wonderful, Weird, and Obscure” profiles the city’s best-kept restaurant secrets, most fascinating museums, and oddest works of art. It shines a light on little-known aspects of local culture and reveals the secrets behind beloved Albuquerque landmarks. You’ll discover where the Mercury Astronauts received their pre-mission physicals (even female astronauts), learn how a former brothel became a bed-and-brew, and uncover the deeds and misdeeds of a famed archaeologist.
Written by Burqueña and local author Ashley M. Biggers, Secret Albuquerque offers a new way to explore the ‘Burque. It’s your guide to uncovering hidden histories of places you thought you knew and discovering off-the-beaten-path attractions you can visit today.
 
Join Ashley at Bookworks on April 11th for a chat and a chance to sign a signed copy of her upcoming title!

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4/17/2020
Join Ashley at Painted Lady Bed and Brew for the launch of her new book, “Secret Albuquerque!”
 
This is the definitive handbook to the overlooked, offbeat, and unknown within the Duke City. “Secret Albuquerque: A Guide to the Wonderful, Weird, and Obscure” profiles the city’s best-kept restaurant secrets, most fascinating museums, and oddest works of art. It shines a light on little-known aspects of local culture and reveals the secrets behind beloved Albuquerque landmarks. You’ll discover where the Mercury Astronauts received their pre-mission physicals (even female astronauts), learn how a former brothel became a bed-and-brew, and uncover the deeds and misdeeds of a famed archaeologist.
Written by Burqueña and local author Ashley M. Biggers, Secret Albuquerque offers a new way to explore the ‘Burque. It’s your guide to uncovering hidden histories of places you thought you knew and discovering off-the-beaten-path attractions you can visit today.

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4/18/2020
The Junior League of Albuquerque is excited to host our 4th Annual Truck-A- Palooza event!

Truck-A-Palooza is a family fun event offering kids of all ages a hands-on experience to explore large vehicles, see how they work, and even sit in the driver’s seat! These large vehicles include construction trucks, utility trucks, emergency responder vehicles, and more! From exploring cars and trucks to getting creative at the arts and crafts table and playing with giant bubbles. The wide variety of children’s activities will keep everybody busy and active. To see photos from late years event please go to our website www.jlabq.org/truck

 


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4/23/2020 - 4/25/2020



Education leaders, please join us at the beautiful Bosque Retreat Center for an inspirational and restorative three-day retreat. Each spring, the Sofia Center for Professional Development at Bosque School brings together education leaders from public, independent, and charter schools, pre-K through university level, along with education leaders working beyond schools, for three days of inquiry, rejuvenation, and strategy focused on leading with intention and passion.
 
What is Wild Leadership?
The Wild Leadership Retreat began in 2015 as an exploration of what it means to lead with courage and wisdom, defining wild as going being conventional expectations and doing so with passion. Over the last five years, the Sofia Center has developed a set of eight Wild Leadership principles, informed by a wide range of education scholars and practitioners. These principles offer a vibrant framework for our retreat and a compass for education leaders as they navigate the challenges of leading with a strong combination of savvy skills and wholehearted presence.
 
Please join us to expand your leadership capacity, to reconnect with the larger purposes of your work, and to gain renewed clarity and inspiration. Visit our website for more details and the registration link.
 
“Often, I feel like I am only surviving in my professional life. It was fantastic to have the time to reflect and think of all the things I do well as a leader and as a person. I am already leading differently as a result of Wild Leadership.”
–Ivonne Orozco, 2018 NM Teacher of the Year
 
 
 
http://www.thesofiacenter.org/public-programs/#wild-leadership-retreat

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4/25/2020

Come and Join us for this fun and exciting Vendor and Craft Expo! Local businesses in the NM community are coming together for this great event to showcase some amazing products and services! The vendors are so excited to meet and talk with you!

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4/28/2020


Don't miss the business networking event of the year! The B2B Expo is New Mexico’s largest professional networking event. Enjoy 2 hours of “TED” style educational seminars during our pre-event ProTalks, followed by the main event featuring an exhibition hall with over 100 vendors, FREE food, three cash bars, our Best Local Brand and Best Local Brewery competitions, door prizes, and much more.

 

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