Community Services

El Camino Real Trade Fair Week 3

This week’s activities include a cooking/baking demonstration, music and stories, how to make adobe bricks and more!

Bernalillo County’s Public Art Inspires Life

Bernalillo County’s Public Art Program believes public art can energize public spaces, inspire thought, and transform live, work and play places.
Bernalillo County Public Art

Check Out A Book From A Little Free Library

BernCo worked with UNM to design and construct little free libraries to promote literacy.
Little Free Library

  

Cultivating Bernalillo County

Cultivating Bernalillo County
Part of Bernalillo County’s mission is to protect prime agricultural lands.

Public Art Program

Picture of honey
The Public Art Program currently has about 500 works of art placed around the county.

Open Space Properties

Open Space
Get outdoors and enjoy our hiking trails, scenic landscapes and serene vistas.

Bernalillo County Cultural Assets Mapping and Survey Study

Bernalillo County, along with Creative Albuquerque, conducted this study in 2013; results are being used to take an in-depth look at the county’s cultural resources to plan for future investment, consider public needs and desires, tourism marketing strategies and future arts and cultural programming.

Cultural Services thanks the Bernalillo County residents who participated in this important study. If you have any questions, please contact Cultural Services Manager Bernadette Miera at (505) 468-1279 or email her at bmiera@bernco.gov.

 

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  • The El Camino Real Trade Fair continues this weekend with cooking, arts and crafts, music and a lecture. The virtual event presented by Bernalillo County and community partners has so far reached ove...

  • The second week of the El Camino Real Trade Fair gets underway Friday at 6:30 p.m. with a cooking demonstration, a kids’ activity that combines archaeology and cookies, and a musical performance. The...

  • Bernalillo County and Silver Horizons will again offer free groceries to low-income seniors (50+) at two drive-thru grocery pickup events. •    Friday, April 16, 2021, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. – Rio ...

Community Services
  • Albuquerque’s City Nature Challenge Coordinators Laurel Ladwig and Selena Connealy will teach how to use this app to help identify local flora and fauna. Learn more about the City Nature Challenge event taking place at this time and how you can participate! Registration closes April 23.
    Time:
    4/24/2021 9:00 AM - 4/24/2021 11:00 AM

  • In this workshop, we will use the ABQ Backyard Refuge Program (ABQ BRP) workbook and learn a myriad of ways the Bachechi Open Space might better support local plants and wildlife. Meet with the ABQ BRP team who will feature Bachechi Open Space as an example to demonstrate the first step in becoming a certified habitat – and in turn, be able to certify your own garden as a backyard refuge. Registration closes May 14.
    Time:
    5/15/2021 9:00 AM - 5/15/2021 10:30 AM

  • Are you fascinated by the weather? Learn how to stay safe and be prepared. Join National Weather Service of Albuquerque Meteorologist who will teach the basics of severe local storms. This incredible two-hour workshop includes training about thunderstorms, flash floods, downburst winds, tornadoes, and more. This event is part of the volunteer SKYWARN weather spotters and volunteers training for the Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS). Registration closes May 21.
    Time:
    5/22/2021 9:00 AM - 5/22/2021 11:00 AM

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