Museum Hours: Tues-Sat 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Message from the Hubbell-House Alliance

Citing “health and family issues” Flora Sanchez requested that the HHA Board accept her early resignation as HHA Chair.  Diane Reese, Vice Chair, agreed to serve as interim chair until the Board election in November.  Flora will continue to serve on the Board through the end of her term in 2017. 

Villages Along the Rio Grande

Albuquerque to Isleta:

The Hubbell House Alliance and Bernalillo County Open Space presents, a series that brings to life the rich history and cultural traditions of the Albuquerque area from historic Old Town traveling south to the Pueblo of Isleta, one neighborhood at time.

All of these hour long presentations start at 10:30am and take place at the historic Gutierrez-Hubbell House on the fourth Saturday of the month starting in February and ending in September.

Register at www.bernco.gov/openspace or call 505-314-0398.

August 27, Francelle Alexander will present the family history and genealogy of the Los Padillas

 

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 New Exhibit: Ciboleros, Comancheros, and the People Back Home

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The National Park Service is 100 years old this year and the party starts inAlbuquerque! The Hubbell House Alliance and Bernalillo County are pleased to announce their partnership with The National Trails Intermountain Region (NTIR)of the National Park Service in celebrating the opening of the Gutierrez-Hubbell House’s new exhibit by renowned Taos weaver, Juanita Lavadie, as an official centennial event featuring El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail. The exhibition, entitled “Ciboleros, Comancheros, and the People Back Home,” explores the semi-annual buffalo hunts of the Spanish and Mexican periods in New Mexico through weaving and colcha embroidery by the artist.

Villages Along the Rio Grande

Albuquerque to Isleta

The Hubbell House Alliance and Bernalillo County Open Space presents Villages Along the Rio Grande, a series that brings to life the rich history and cultural traditions of the Albuquerque area from historic Old Town traveling south to the Pueblo of Isleta, one neighborhood at time.

All of these hour long presentations start at 10:30am and take place at the historic Gutierrez-Hubbell House located at 6029 Isleta Blvd. SW on the fourth Saturday of the month starting in February and ending in September.

Register at www.bernco.gov/openspace or call 505-314-0398.

Series Schedule:

August 27, Francelle Alexander will present the family history and genealogy of the Los Padillas neighborhood.

September 24, Genealogist Richard Garcia will present Isleta Pueblo since time immemorial up to the 21st century.

 

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Gutierrez-Hubbell House on National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places:
http://www.abqjournal.com/636158/news/cultural-center-in-s-valley-celebrated.html

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The house is seen on a Spring day from Isleta Boulevard.

 

 

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