Museum Hours: Tues-Sat 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Backyard Farming Series
Landscape for Life: Spring Series
This nationally recognized program covers the basics needed to plan and design your home garden landscape focusing on sustainability, permaculture, and wise use of our limited natural resources. Each workshop builds on information shared from previous classes and offers tools to assess your home landscape. Participants who attend all five sessions will receive a certificate and have a chance to win a free rain barrel and other giveaways.
All the workshops are from 9 a.m. – Noon with an extended mentor hands-on project for interested participants who want practical experiences and do not mind getting their hands dirty.
For more information and to register, visit www.bernco.gov/openspace or call (505) 314-0398
Saturday, February 13-Sustainability in the Home Garden and Role of Soil
Saturday, March 12-Successful Soil Practices & Role of Water
Saturday, April 2-Successful Water Practices & Role of Plants
Saturday, April 16-Successful Plant Practices & Selecting Materials
Saturday, May 14-Recycled and Natural Building Materials in the
Garden & Complete Garden Design
Upcoming Series: 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.
February 27, Guest speaker David Schneider will present Albuquerque to Albuquerque – Hispanic Period, 1706-1846.
March 26, Guest speaker David Schneider will continue his presentation on Albuquerque Old Town to Albuquerque, 1846-1949.
April 23, Historian and author Dr. Joseph Sánchez will present the history and culture of the Atrisco neighborhood.
May 28, Guest speaker Larry Perea will present the past and present Barelas community.
June 25, Guest speaker Clara Peña will present the history of the Armijo neighborhood.
July 23, Guest speaker Elaine Luján will present the history ofthe Pajarito neighborhood.
August 27, Genealogist and author Andrés Armijo 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.
The Hubbell House Alliance Presents,
From the Rhine to the Rio Grande: 19th Century Photography
Come see our new exhibit featuring a Civil War era Carte de Visite Collection with images from Vevey, Switzerland to Santa Fe, New Mexico.
This collection includes images from noted photography studios such as Brady’s National Photographic Portrait Galleries, New York & Washington D.C., Charles D. Fredericks & Co., New York, and W. Henry Brown, Santa Fe.
Gutierrez-Hubbell House on National Park Service’s National Register of Historic Places:
Did you see our front page story in the Abq Journal in July?
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