Welcome to Gutierrez-Hubbell House, a joint venture between Bernalillo County Open Space and Hubbell House Alliance.

 

 

 

May Events

YOU’RE INVITED!
Hubbell House Alliance

Evening hours are here for the summer – every Thursday until 7pm.  

 We will be open by appointment only on Tuesdays. 

Please join us from 10am-2pm Wednesday-Saturday plus extended hours until 7 on Thursdays through September, to visit the galleries, attend a program, or go on a free guided tour! Remember the grounds are always open dawn to dusk, 7 days a week.

 Hours are now: Wed 10-2 Thurs 10-7 Fri 10-2 Sat 10-2

 

 

 

 Last Chance !

This is the last week to see Genízaro Identity and Continuance. The exhibit is open through Saturday, June 1 and guided tours are available during museum open hours, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, 10-2 and Thursday 10-7

 

Genizaro Identity, Indigenous Captivity and Native American DNA

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Events are FREE but we ask that you please register! To register call: 505-314-0398 or online at: https://www.bernco.gov/events.aspx 

 

 

 

 

                         Visit the Garden and see the new signage:

Accordion Content

Moises Gonzalez spoke about the history of the Genizaro people for the community galley exhibition Genizaro Ethnogenesis, ritual and continuance.

 

What is a Genízaro?

The term genízaro was the designation given to North American Indians of mixed tribal derivation living among the Hispanic population in Spanish fashion: that is, having Spanish surnames from their masters, Christian names through baptism, speaking a simple form of Spanish, and living together or sprinkled among the Hispanic towns and ranchos (Chavez, 1979).  

Nearby Events of Interest

San Antonio Padua Church is 11191 State Highway 14 N, Cedar Crest NM

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This book accompanies the Geniazro exhibit

Greetings from the Hubbell House Alliance! We want to thank you for your past support of the historic Gutiérrez Hubbell House History and Cultural Center (GHHHCC), listed on the National Register of Historic Places and proud home of two historical markers honoring our own  Juliana Gutiérrez Y Chaves Hubbell and Josefa Baca. It’s so exiting and we have YOU, our supporters, to thank!

 

Would you be willing to continue to support the Hubbell House Alliance?  By joining or renewing your membership, you are supporting an educational center devoted to preserving history and agricultural heritage, maintaining open space and serving the community. Your donation will help us operate this beautiful museum and provide our many entertaining and educational – and mostly free – events. Your membership does have rewards! You will help preserve this historic center for many generations to come and to show our appreciation, we offer a free scheduled tour for you – at your convenience!  You’ll receive a monthly reminder email (yes just once a month) detailing all our programs and special events.

Won’t you continue to help us preserve this wonderful historic property?  Simply complete the form below and mail with your payment – and know that your support will be well spent and tremendously appreciated.  Thank you and please visit us soon!

Sincerely,

The Hubbell House Alliance Board of Directors 
www.gutierrezhubbellhouse.org 

Membership Committee
facebook.com/HubbellHouseAlliance

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Please make check out to: The Hubbell House Alliance
And mail to:  6029 Isleta Boulevard SW, Albuquerque, NM 87105

              * Individual/Family: $25                             * Sponsor: $250                                                 * Patron: $1000

Please include the following information with your check:
Name, Date, Address, City, State, Zip, Phone, Email

 

last update 5/7/19 AN