Hello, friend! Thanks for visiting our home on the web.  This site is full of information about the history and operations of the Gutiérrez-Hubbell House History and Cultural Center (GHHHCC). Take a little scroll down this page to see what we’ve been up to here, or click on the tabs in the headers above to make your way around the site.  You can also keep up with us by reading our quarterly newsletter, La Bandera.  

Did you know that our page has been visited by web-surfers in more than 20 different countries?  We’re growing and changing!  Check out our newly revamped Facebook page to keep in the know on all things GHHHCC.  We’re putting forth daily updates on upcoming events, new photos of our volunteers and interns, Spring snapshots of our lovely orchard trees in bloom, and new images of the house and grounds.

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As May 8th draws ever closer, we can barely contain our excitement for our first-ever Community Galley Art Exhibit Opening!  The reception will be a night of art, music, and history not to be forgotten!  Come see internationally-renowned santero Charles Carrillo’s retablos made especially for this show, and view a special selection of Spanish Colonial and Territorial period ephemera and artifacts curated by New Mexico historian Felipe Mirabal.  Meet the artist and historian on site!

Tickets still available and are only 25 dollars for our exclusive opening night reception!  Email us at gutierrezhubbellhouse@gmail.com or visit our Upcoming Events page for more information.

 

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San José Retablo by Charles Carrillo

 

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The Gutiérrez-Hubbell House has been featured in a full-length article in this month’s issue of Local Flavor Magazine out of Santa Fe!! Thanks to everyone who made this happen! Our write-up begins on page 13, with a little intro on page 8.  You can pick up a print version at various locations around town, or peruse the online version here!

 

Local Flavor Cover April 2015

 

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Doing some online shopping? Put that tax-refund to good use and support the GHHHCC/HHA by shopping on AmazonSmile. We’ll get a small amount back on eligible purchases, and the funds will go towards community educational programs and historical preservation of the Gutiérrez-Hubbell House. Check out this link for more info.

 

Hubbell House Alliance Amazon Smile

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Things you should know:

Our latest Spring event flyer is here!  Please distribute widely.  Wanna help us get the word out? Paper copies for distribution are now available in a variety of colors on a limited basis at the Gutiérrez-Hubbell House: call 505 244 0507 for more information.

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Shout-out to Albuquerque Pack 5 Cub Scouts for their lovingly-made wooden painted birdboxes now adorning trees along the acequia madre on the GHHHCC property.  Come take a walk along the acequia and take a look!  Photos coming soon!

If gardening is of interest to you, please do check out the Backyard Farming series, a free community educational opportunity offered here at the Gutiérrez-Hubbell House.  We are rounding out the program with one more class on May 16th.  It’s not too late to get involved! Specific information on what will be covered here.

The Backyard Farming Series is a collaboration between Bernalillo County Open Space, the Hubbell House Alliance, and Jen Prosser of Sunstone Herbs

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Participants engage in a past BYF event at the GHHHCC.

For info on our other upcoming events, please find the “Upcoming Events” tab above or click here.  (Link opens in a new tab).

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About the Gutiérrez-Hubbell House:

Built in the mid 1800’s, the Gutiérrez-Hubbell House has served as a private residence, trading post, stagecoach stop and post office on the historic Camino Real.  After a ten year rehabilitation, this 160 year-old natural adobe house has been furnished with period pieces, outdoor interpretive signs and structures, photographs and artifacts to provide a glimpse at how people lived during three forms of government.  The house and museum are open from Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am until 2:00 pm.  More details on location and visits here.

The Gutiérrez-Hubbell House and Open Space have become a special gathering place and space for neighbors and friends from all corners of Bernalillo County, the state and the country. Besides being a popular venue for retreats, workshops, meetings and weddings, we also offer a variety of educational activities. We provide agriculture and history workshops and Backyard Farming workshops. Visit us Sunday October 11, 2015 for our wonderful Local Food Festival, a free public event with food, lectures, activities for children, food tasting, live music and much more. Continue browsing to discover everything the Gutiérrez-Hubbell House has to offer.

Return to this page at any time by clicking on our name in the header above.

Gracias por visitar nuestro sitio web. Por favor, no dude en contactarnos para obtener más detalles sobre las visitas.

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

 

 

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