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Half Price this Weekend at ABQ Bio Park Zoo, Botanic Garden and Aquarium

Visitors can enjoy the ABQ BioPark Zoo, Botanic Garden and Aquarium for half the standard cost this weekend. New Mexico residents will pay just $5 per adult, $2.75 per senior (65 and up) and $2.50 per child (3-12 years). Weekend activities will include seal and hippo feeding as well as the miniature train setups during the Train Tracks in your Garden show at the Botanic Garden.

Event Details: October 20 and 21 – 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

WICKED returns to Popejoy Hall for 16 performances! Tickets are available online, via phone at 505-277-0388, or head over to the kiosk at the Popejoy Hall lobby to enter the WICKED lottery. Participants will have a chance to win two Orchestra tickets to WICKED for $25 each. Cash only, and winners must provide their ID when entering the lottery and claiming the tickets (if they win).

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Experience the 1800s along El Camino Real through living history reenactments and interactions, weaving demonstrations, a blacksmith, horno baking and even adobe-making.
Plan to attend the El Camino Real Trade Fair happening this Sunday, Oct. 21 from 10 a.m. — 4 p.m. at the Gutierrez-Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW, about three miles south of Rio Bravo Boulevard.
This community event is free.
Regional orators will speak on historical and educational topics. Local artisans will sell their wares and the Canteen Brewhouse will offer beer, wine, and cider to whet the whistle.
Family-friendly activities include leatherworking and tooling, tin cuff jewelry making, and a compound-wide scavenger game for parajes, the traditional resting stops along the Camino Real de Tierra Adentro that were used by early travelers for centuries.
Rounding out this yesteryear event are the modern amenities of food trucks and live entertainment.

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Categories: Community, Living Show