double your ebt / snap dollars AT THE RAIL YARDS MARKET EVERY SUNDAY MAY-OCT

Rail Yards Market welcomes all and even doubles EBT/SNAP dollars with the Double Up Food Bucks Program: so you get extra $ for local fresh fruits & veggies!Just bring your EBT card to the front info booth for free tokens to spend on local produce at the market.

Its Easy to get more local fruits and vegetables with Double Up Food Bucks!

¡Es fácil comprar más frutas y verduras a mitad de precio con Double Up Food Bucks!

Rail Yards market: intergalactic Day September 15th, 2019

3 - 2 - 1...Blastoff to the Rail Yards Market as we take you on a journey through the stars on Intergalactic Day. Come dressed up in your most cosmic intergalactic travel gear and enjoy some out-of-this world entertainment, food vendors, growers and educational partners! On the boarding dock we have scheduled for you:

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<< The 501st Legion Dewback Garrison costume creation demo>> Join TK-31666 for a costume making demo! "...The 501st Legion is an all-volunteer organization formed for the express purpose of bringing together costume enthusiasts under a collective identity within which to operate. The Legion seeks to promote interest in Star Wars through the building and wearing of quality costumes, and to facilitate the use of these costumes for Star Wars-related events as well as contributions to the local community through costumed charity and volunteer work..." Come by to see all the hard work, research, and fun that goes into building screen-accurate costumes, and ask questions and meet ocal Garrison members, or perhaps take a picture with a Storm Trooper!

<< InterGalactic Cultural Relations Institute>> The InterGalactic Cultural Relations Institute was founded to foster an appreciation for the role of arts and culture in future interplanetary diplomatic relations. Exploring art of all disciplines, cultural expressions of all humans and worldwide policy all specifically for outer space necessitates as much of an inward questioning of who we are as the questioning of who “they” might be and what aesthetics we all might share.


::ENTERTAINMENT::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio >> 10am

Ordinary Things >> live at 11:30 am

::KIDS ZONE::

<< Rio Rancho Astronomical Society, Inc. >> The Rio Rancho Astronomical Society began in 1998 as an astronomy club with Rio Rancho High School. Soon after its founding, the club expanded to become a public club, independent of the high school. Over the years, we have grown and expanded, with new members coming and going, to the current public club we are today. We are open to all types of members, from beginning astronomers to seasoned veterans. And no, you don't need to be a master observer or even own a telescope to join. All you need are a good pair of eyes and a willingness to learn.

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!
Fresh local produce!!
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
Handmade Art
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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Rail Yards market: animals Day September 8th, 2019

Hop, waddle, walk, and fly on over to the Rail Yards Market for Animals Day! Bring your furry friend along for Sunday fun 10a-2p. We are always pet friendly for friendly pets!

::PET COSTUME CONTEST:: Join us at 11am at the Info Booth for a howling good time for a pet costume contest presented by Tailwaggin Temptations Gourmet Dog Treats! You can enter your pet in THREE of the contest:best costume, most exotic, and best dynamic duo (animal and human costume coordination)! Ruff-riffic prizes to be announced! All the costumed pets will parade down to the stage where we'll announce the winners and awards!

::KIDS ZONE::

NMSU Bernalillo County 4-H The 4-H youth development program is a dynamic non-formal education program. 4-H provides opportunities to learn life skills, gain knowledge while having fun, and make contributions in such areas as environmental education, community service, and current youth issues. The 4-H program will be introducing the varieties of projects related to horticulture, farming and animal sciences. Check out this fun activity with your kids!

::STEAM ZONE::
<< Albuquerque Zoo And Aquarium >>

<< Bernalillo County Animal Care and Resource Center >>

::ENTERTAINMENT::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studioga Studio >> 10am
Pet Costume Contest Winners Announced @ Stage>> 11:30am

::COMMUNITY STATION::

Greyhound Adoption League of Texas, Inc. the New Mexico branch

Loving Thunder Therapeutic Riding

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!
Fresh local produce!!
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
Handmade Art
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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Rail Yards market: Innovation Day September 1st, 2019

Community spaces should be enriching! Come learn and explore at the Rail Yards Market!

What is innovation to you? Is it a new idea or method? Perhaps a traditional twist on an old puzzle. Many times the solutions to age-old problems can be solved with new technology, but it's not surprising when solutions come from old knowledge applied in a new way.

Learning, laughing, and exploring in the Blacksmith Shop, you can't help but feel the echoes of the innovation that forged the walls. The boom of the railroad era brought a surge of industrial activity to the heart of New Mexico, the historic Camino Rael vein, and the rise of the Rail Yards was the single most important factor in transforming Albuquerque from a farming village to a booming city. The Rail Yards Market, established in 2014, was an innovative concept that came to fruition by many passionate neighborhood residents and community members that all believed in activating the Rail Yards; our Albuquerque icon of innovation.


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<<Virtual Incubation from the South Valley Economic Development Center (SVEDC)>> Delicious New Mexico is the e-commerce portal where you can buy, sell, make and receive payments, arrange delivery, and document transactions of locally grown, raised, and produced foods.You can request, search, and purchase locally grown and processed food products with us. Have them delivered directly or through your usual distributor. Also buy fresh, shelf stable, value-added and delicious products from us! Sell your fresh produce, shelf stable, value-added and delicious products through us!

<<EZ2C3D with Leo Atreidas>>Leo Atreidas, a local Albuquerque explorer of hidden knowledge and mystery, will be showing us how to make and see 3D pictures and videos to capture moments in time. Able to relive precious time held dear will be worth gold to the family as the years go by. Along with this, we will be taking a look at the possibility of Leonardo Da Vinci making his paintings in 3D?!

::KIDS ZONE::

<<Sierra Club: Rio Grande Chapter>> The Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club is a volunteer-led organization representing more than 7,000 members in New Mexico and West Texas. Our mission to is to explore, enjoy and protect the planet, and we prioritize action on protecting our climate, clean air, clean water, and conservation of wildlife and public lands in New Mexico and West Texas.


::ENTERTAINMENT & MUSIC::
FREE YOGA by Bhava Yoga Studio >>10a

As always the Rail Yards Market is pet-friendly for friendly pets! Always Family Friendly, always free!!

::COMMUNITY STATION::

Be smart for kids

Rail Yards market: Love Day August 25th, 2019

Choose love! Sprinkle it everywhere! Celebrate genuine connection with each other and build community at the Rail Yards Market for our 5th Annual Love Day on September 9, 2018! We humbly and gratefully welcome our loving community partner, Native Health Initiative, back to the yards.

Loving service is giving without expecting anything in return. Loving service is NHI’s method for addressing inequities, and serves as their primary funding source.
Why do we choose loving service:
1) It is a return to an Indigenous currency, one where money is not central, but instead one's sincerity and goodness toward others is most valued.
2) It inspires a human-to-human element to our work, a communal ethic that minimizes the ego and maximizes all of the qualities we hope to amplify in our partnership (caring for one another, kindness, honesty, trust, )
3) It builds on the strength of Indigenous communities, and helps to educate our volunteers, our partner organizations, and academic and governmental institutions about this aspect of these communities.

NHI was created in 2004, where several respected Tribal health leaders, health lay workers, faith-based leaders and health profession students sat down to discuss how to build community partnership. In 2005, NHI began work as a student organization. Now in its 11th year, NHI is a non-profit partnership that addresses health inquities through Loving Service (a human-to-human element of wanting to serve others, volunteerism).

NHI is unique because…
We work with the rural and urban American Indian community members, organizations, programs in the U.S. that is run by the Tribes working with health professions students.
>Health projects are created by and run by Tribal communities and their leaders
>95% funded by loving service, and only 5% by monetary donations

(Sourced from NHI's website: http://www.lovingservice.us/ )
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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!
EBT Accepted & Doubled!
Free Handicap Parking
Fresh local produce!!
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
Handmade Art
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY

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::FRESH ROASTED GREEN CHILE:: You know that smell..Scoop your freshly roasted green chile at the Rail Yards Market on Sunday!

::RECIPE BOX:: Elote Salad >> Pick up a lovely recipe kit to make Peach crepes or pancakes. All local ingredients from New Mexico farms and food makers.

::ENTERTAINMENT::
Opening Ceremony >> 9:45am
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio >> 10am


::STEAM ZONE::

<<Community Puzzle>> Come together and problem solve for this one of a kind custom puzzle!

<<LED button making>> Thanks to the kind donation from Explora, we will be making custom buttons to represent Love that light up! Stop by and learn to make your own!

::KIDS ZONE::

<<Colores>> Create and Color in the puzzle pieces for the Community Puzzle! All ages welcome and all effort from our market goers is necessary :)

::COMMUNITY STATION:: The Community Station is and area of the market available for non-profits, activist, school, and other groups to advocate and connect with FREE information.

Rail Yards market: old School Day AUGUST 18th, 2019

The Rail Yards Market is kickin' it Old School in the best way Burquenos do: with bomb food, smooth jams, and a Classic Car show! Cruise on down to the best Farmers' Market in town, chill with a paletta from Pop Fizz, bump to some jams, sample the finest farms and food in Burque, and remember the good ol' days with us!

<<Community Classic Car, Bike & Low Rider Show>>
Enter our Community Show! No fee!
Register your car: Text 505-600-1109 or email RailYardsMarket@gmail.com
Categories are:
Most Ill Ride
Smoothest Paint Job
Oldest Rig
Most Bomb Bike
Best Team Project

::STEAM ZONE:: Our “STEAM” stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational, and Artistic modalities! This zone features live demonstrations of art and educational activities including displays, workshops, and presentations that cover a variety of topics including cultural and traditional crafts, food skills, sustainability practices, and gallery displays. This week we have the following programming planned:

<<Weaving & Spinning>> https://www.lasaranas.org/
Connect and weave with the traditional techniques of Las Arañas. The creation of fibers is one of the oldest trades of humans, and ancient techniques are still wisely used even in our modern world. Las Arañas Spinners & Weavers Guild was formed in 1971 b​y a group of spinners and weavers in the Albuquerque, New Mexico​ area. Its goal is to provide education and learning ​experiences for its members and increas​e awareness of and appreciation for fiber arts throughout New Mexico and beyond. ​Let us be one of your rituals of connection!

::ENTERTAINMENT::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio >> 10am

los jaraneros de valle>>11:30am


::KIDS ZONE::
<<yucca bracelet making>>Staff and volunteers from the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology will present on Ancient Tools and Technology. Join us for a hands-on exploration of tools and hunting implements. Set traps, drill holes, make rope, try our fire starters and use tools to process yucca and make your own cordage beaded necklaces or bracelets to take home. Live and learn like the ancient ones with the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology! The RYM Children's Zone features educational games, stories, craft projects, music and other fun activities for kids and families every week. Curriculum in this zone is always FREE, interactive and usually offers a creation to take home!


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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!
EBT Accepted & Doubled!
Free Handicap Parking
Fresh local produce!!
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
Handmade Art
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY

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Rail Yards market: FEAST & FARM Day AUGUST 11th, 2019

Dig in...Know your Food and know your Farmers at the Rail Yards Market. Did you know that Rail Yards Market is home to more than 40 New Mexico Growers? Support and learn from these the farms that help sustain our community! Keeping our food production, spending, and traffic in our local communities makes our state stronger and more sustainable.

STRETCH YOUR EBT DOLLARS: Remember that we DOUBLE your EBT dollars with the Double-Up-Food-Bucks program, so you can get more local, fresh, and healthy produce for you and your family!

::ENTERTAINMENT::

The Cactus Flowers >> 11:30am

::STEAM ZONE:: Our “STEAM” stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational, and Artistic modalities! This zone features live demonstrations of art and educational activities including displays, workshops, and presentations that cover a variety of topics including cultural and traditional crafts, food skills, sustainability practices, and gallery displays. This week we have the following programming planned:

<<Cooling Herbs: Cottonwood Medicine Collective >> Cooling herbs for the summertime. We will discuss some of the best medicinal plants for keeping cool in the summer and different ways to prepare tasty herbal concoctions with these plants! The class includes a medicine making component and the first 15 participants go home with a tea blend.

<<Miniature Aquaponics building>> Sanctuary at ABQ will be hosting a workshop to make your own at home aquaponics technology. Bring your own plastic container or vessel and turn it into an at home growing system! Examples of this are: a plastic bin, gallon or liter for fluid.

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>>Build-a-farm with Lisa Richards. Lisa Richards, a long time friend of the Rail yards market will be in the kids zone to guide participants in a 3-D Diorama farm building! Create your own dragon farm, or even a farm that is on a spaceship! Have your kid's imagination run wild with the possibilities! Ages 5+ recommended for this activity. The RYM Children's Zone features educational games, stories, craft projects, music and other fun activities for kids and families every week. Curriculum in this zone is always FREE, interactive and usually offers a creation to take home!

::COMMUNITY STATION:: The Community Station is and area of the market available for non-profits, activist, school, and other groups to advocate and connect with FREE information.



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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!
EBT Accepted & Doubled!
Free Handicap Parking
Fresh local produce!!
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
Handmade Art
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY

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Rail Yards market: RAIL YARDS HISTORY Day AUGUST 4th, 2019

Join us in celebrating the Albuquerque Rail Yards storied history! We will be joined by the New Mexico Steam Locomotive & Railroad Historical Society!

Did you know that the Albuquerque Rail Yards once housed nearly one-quarter of the City's workforce? Built throughout the late 1800's and early 1900's, the Albuquerque Rail Yards put the City on the map, and catalyzed the City's transformation from a farming village to a booming valley of innovation. The site still stands this day, and is comprised of over 14 building on 20+ acres. Come learn more about our treasured historical icon this Sunday at the Rail Yards Market ABQ 10am-2pm.

FREE tours guided by the Wheels Museum Inc will be happening all day! Visit their booth for more details.

::ENTERTAINMENT::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio 10am

>>@La Rondalla 11:30 am


::STEAM ZONE:: In our Educational Demonstration area, we will welcome the NM Steam Locomotive & Rail Road Historical Society.

<< New Mexico Steam Locomotive & Railroad Historical Society >> NMSL&RHS (New Mexico Steam Locomotive & Rail Road Historical Society) is a non-profit organization staffed by dedicated volunteers whose mission is to teach the history of Steam locomotives and fully restore the Baldwin 4-8-4 Steam Locomotive. Promoting and educating the public about the ties of State economic development to rail transportation, this society has been a leading advocate for keeping the history of the Rail roads and it's benefits to our western expansion alive since it's formation in the 1990's.

In the mid 1990s a group of train enthusiasts formed NMS&LRHS for the express purpose of restoring the 2926 to full running condition and continues to do so to this day! Learn more about this group and our buildings history!

<< Ben Swapp's Forging Lessons>> Ever seen a bladesmith in action? Ben Swapp from Albuquerque, NM will be demonstrating and teaching bladesmithing and other metal projects outside of the Blacksmith shop for Rail yards history day! An art form that has survived and thrived for thousand's of years, bladesmithing is the art of making knives, swords, daggers and other blades using a forge, hammer, anvil, and other smithing tools. Although Bladesmithing wasn't the kind of project you would see in the heyday of the rail yards train station, the technique and tools of bladesmithing were similar for smiths during the industrial age in Albuquerque! Check out this living and thriving art form that is still used and taught today!

Stop at the WHEELS Museum booth for more history and direction to FREE Rail Yards Market tours!

::KIDS ZONE::

<< Albuquerque Reads>> ABQ Reads will be supporting an educational demo about trains and STEAM locomotive! Reading, coloring, and family fun!

::COMMUNITY STATION:: Visit non-profit groups, learn new things, and get information on local community happenings. Its free for non-profits and non-commercial groups to share info at the market. If your organization, school, or group ever wants to join us as the market, please apply for the Community Station through our website www.railyardsmarket.org !

From wikipedia:
"Railroad shops and a roundhouse were first erected on the site of the former Santa Fe Railway Shops in the 1880s, after Albuquerque was designated as the division point between the AT&SF railway and the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. After buying out the A&P in 1902, the Santa Fe Railway began expanding and modernizing the old A&P shops in 1912. The first buildings to be completed were the roundhouse, storehouse, power station, and freight car shops, all of which were located south of the surviving complex near the present Bridge Boulevard overpass. These structures have since been demolished, but the subsequent buildings completed after 1915 are all still standing.[1]

The site consists of eighteen surviving buildings erected between 1915 and 1925. The complex is located south of downtown in the Barelas neighborhood, bounded by Second Street, Hazeldine Avenue, Commercial Street, and Pacific Avenue. The shops were one of four major maintenance facilities constructed by the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, the others being located in Topeka, Kansas, Cleburne, Texas, and San Bernardino, California. The railway shops were the largest employer in the city during the railroad's heyday.

The blacksmith shop was completed in 1917 and stands to the east of the boiler shop. It is the third largest building on the site at approximately 25,000 square feet (2,300 m2).[2] The building is of steel frame construction with brick and glass exterior walls.[1] The blacksmith shop was responsible for repairing cracked locomotive frames as well as forging replacement parts."

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh & local produce
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
100+ local food, healing, and art businesses
ADA parking & restrooms
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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Rail Yards market: Learning & literacy Day july 28th, 2019

What's something new you could learn at the market? Is it that Pecans grow on a tree? That lasers can be used to create art? That Many-a-films were made at the historic Rail Yards site? There is always lot's to learn from our surrounding community and the individuals that share their passions with others! Imagine, Explore, Build! Check out our facebook page for more details most up-to-date information.


::ENTERTAINMENT::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio Yoga Studio @ 10am

Robb Janov @ 11:30a

::STEAM ZONE:: Our “STEAM” stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational, and Artistic modalities! This zone features live demonstrations of art and educational activities including displays, workshops, and presentations that cover a variety of topics including cultural and traditional crafts, food skills, sustainability practices, and gallery displays. This week we have the following programming planned:

<<Explora>> Tinker, make, and create with Explora staff. Use everyday materials to explore science, technology, engineering, art and math as you build with cardboard, make asymmetrical balancing sculpture, and more!

<< FUSE Makerspace>> Hydroponic garden, laser cut furniture, drifting trike, where could your making imagination take you! Learn about creating art using modern technology like laser cutters and 3D printers to make one of a kind manufactured works!

::Children's ZONE::
<<Spinning top making>> Free make and take for ages 3 and up: create spinning tops from discarded materials that draw swirling designs. Art, physics and reuse combine to make a mighty fine contraption!
Provided by Color Wheel Toys; we're a seasonal toy store located in Nob Hill; stop by and say hi before our third annual opening scheduled for September 1st.

The RYM Children's Zone features educational games, stories, craft projects, music and other fun activities for kids and families every week. Curriculum in this zone is always FREE, interactive and usually offers a creation to take home!

::COMMUNITY STATION:: The Community Station is and area of the market available for non-profits, activist, school, and other groups to advocate and connect with FREE information.

<<Save the Children Action Network>>

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh & local produce
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
100+ local food, healing, and art businesses
ADA parking & restrooms
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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Rail Yards market: Neighborhood Day july 21st, 2019

Come on down and join us in celebration of our amazing surrounding neighborhoods! The Rail Yards Market belongs to the culturally rich and historic surrounding neighborhoods that are so integrally tied to our roots. Part of the market's mission is the preserve the legacy of the historic Barelas, South Broadway, and San Jose Neighborhoods! Check out our facebook page for more details most up-to-date information.

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh & local produce
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
100+ local food, healing, and art businesses
ADA parking & restrooms
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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::ENTERTAINMENT & MUSIC::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio Studio @ 10a-11a

TBA @ 11:30a


::STEAM ZONE::

Barelas History Exhibit>> Take the opportunity to view vintage photos of the Barelas Community (both North and South). Our collection contains photos of River View Elementary School (students and Teachers), area businesses (El Cambio, G&G, and more), the Railroad, and residents. A great number of the photos cover the 1950s to 1970s (many of the photos go back further).
Sponsored by: Barelas Neighborhood Association and Barelas Community Coalition

Working Classroom >> Join Working Classroom at the Rail Yards for collaborative art making.Together we will create art work that represents your neighborhood and celebrates your community. Working Classroom, located in the historic Barelas neighborhood, cultivates the artistic, civic, and academic minds of youth through in-depth arts projects with contemporary artists to amplify historically ignored voices, resist systemic injustices, and imagine a more equitable society. Learn more about Working Classroom at: http://www.workingclassroom.org/about-page/

::KIDS ZONE::
Musical Spanish Class with Bilingual Birdies Spanish>> At Bilingual Birdies, our mission is to encourage cross-cultural awareness through our foreign language and live music curriculum. We teach Spanish, through live music, movement, dance, puppetry, and theatre-based games. Our curriculum aims to teach ten to fifteen basic vocabulary words and short phrases in each class. We believe there is great value in educating young children on other cultures and languages through social and emotional play. In our classes children have the opportunity to develop a deeper sense of curiosity and compassion for others.

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CASA Barelas>> Casa Barelas brings needed services to the community. Their mission is to: Foster community wellbeing by instituting free, bilingual, multi-generational, community-driven cultural and educational programs. Facilitate the inclusion of marginalized voices through visual arts, theater, music, dance, oral traditions. Leverage community participation into civic engagement that takes the lead in addressing critical social, economic, education, employment, housing and health issues. Collaborate with youth groups, citizen organizations, nonprofits, veterans, local government and businesses to Build Capacity, bring needed services to the community, and implement an affordable housing, housing rehabilitation and homeownership program.

Encuentro NM>> As a Latino immigrant community center located in the heart of Central New Mexico, Encuentro provides a welcoming place where immigrants can come together not only to develop skills but to connect with one another to begin re-building community. Encuentro is located in the historic neighborhood of Barelas in downtown Albuquerque. They share our building with El Centro de Igualdad y Derechos which maximizes our organizations’ ability to collaborate and makes multiple resources available to the community in one location.

Instituto Cervantes Albuquerque>> With over 200,000 students per year, Instituto Cervantes is the largest institution in the world dedicated to teaching Spanish. Instituto Cervantes Albuquerque offers a variety of Spanish courses for individuals and groups and organizes many exciting cultural events throughout the year.

From wikipedia:
"Barelas is one of Albuquerque’s oldest neighborhoods. Originally settled during the Spanish Colonial period it has gone through numerous cultural and economic changes over the years. This includes its early colonial history as a significant river crossing route for the El Camino Real and its development as a thriving farming community in the early 1800’s. Early development took place in and around the farms adjacent to the swamps of the Rio Grande and three irrigation ditches that served the community, the primary one being the Acequia Madre de Barelas.

The arrival of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad to Albuquerque in the 1880’s effectively transformed the small farming village into the largest industrial complex in the territory. The company built a station house, switchyards, car shops, roundhouses for locomotive repair, warehouses, and office buildings on the eastern edge of the Barelas community. As a result lands around the original town site of Barelas began to flourish with commerce and housing as the railroad industry employed as many as 1500 people during the height of railroad construction."

Rail Yards market: explorer Day july 14th, 2019

Explore your local community at the Rail Yards Market! Walk, bike, roll, and head on down to the historic Rail Yards for an outing to remember.... Check your bike at our FREE bike valet and set a course for community engagement and fun! Pick up a special "Rail Yards Market Passport" at our Kids Zone and take a journey of fun and curiosity to visit a gem of Albuquerque. With over 100 vendors of farm, food, and handmade local products, the Rail Yards is sure to excite the thrill-seeker in everyone!

::ENTERTAINMENT::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio >> 10am

Jenna Dunlap @ 11:30 am

::STEAM ZONE:: Our “STEAM” stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational, and Artistic modalities! This zone features live demonstrations of art and educational activities including displays, workshops, and presentations that cover a variety of topics including cultural and traditional crafts, food skills, sustainability practices, and gallery displays. This week we have the following programming planned:

<< Albuquerque Mountain Rescue Council >> AMRC is a volunteer organization with the purpose of rescuing lost and injured people in the Sandias and the surrounding region. Join them in the STEAM zone to learn about rescue tactics and important knots to make for all secure needs.


::KIDS ZONE:: Pick up a FREE passport activity in the kids zone; designed for all ages, this special passport takes you on an exploration of the market, its vendors, and more. Learn about the market, and when you are exhausted from your ventures, color the passports pages back at the kids zone for fun! The RYM Children's Zone features educational games, stories, craft projects, music and other fun activities for kids and families every week. Curriculum in this zone is always FREE, interactive and usually offers a creation to take home!

::COMMUNITY STATION:: The Community Station is and area of the market available for non-profits, activist, school, and other groups to advocate and connect with FREE information.
The groups scheduled this week are:

New Mexico Comic Expo

Car Optional ABQ


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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh & local produce
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
100+ local food, healing, and art businesses
ADA parking & restrooms
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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Rail Yards market: health & wellness Day july 7th, 2019

Building healthy communities start with wellness within ourselves. At the Rail Yards Market, health is central to our vision of building a community that we all love to live, work, and feel good in. Join our talented health and food vendors, and celebrate Health & Wellness day at the Rail Yards Market! Check out our facebook page for more details most up-to-date information.

++FREE YOGA++
10am by Bhava Yoga Studio

++ENTERTAINMENT++
Los Dos @ 11:30 Classic New Mexico guitar band playing at the market for their third year! See what


::STEAM ZONE::Our “STEAM” stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational, and Artistic modalities! This zone features live demonstrations of art and educational activities including displays, workshops, and presentations that cover a variety of topics including cultural and traditional crafts, food skills, sustainability practices, and gallery displays. This week we have the following programming planned:

++CURANDERAS y CURANDERISMOS++
Leading a ceremony and limpias and teaching on aromatherapy, Kalpulli Teocalli Ollin are a group of various traditional healers practicing Curanderismo, Native Traditional Healing, Shamanism, Earth-Based Rituals/Ceremonies. They offer personalized Healing services through Traditional methods within our communities and across our ancestral lands. They are a 2-spirit spiritual group.

DONATIONS ACCEPTED for this curandera's unique offering! Monetary donation or donation of candles, sage, matches, incense, etc.

++MOVEMENTS CORRECTION with Dr. Emily Blair, D.C.++
Blue Sky Chiropractic, LLC / Square One Fitnesst
Stuck at a desk all day? Can’t stop slouching? Achy and tired?
Sitting fixed in one position all day creates micro-trauma and pain in the body.
Learn some simple skills to work in comfort, increase your energy, and find your effortless posture.

::KIDS ZONE::

TBA

::COMMUNITY CORNER::

Mindful New Mexico
New Mexico Chronic Disease Prevention Council https://nmhealth.org/about/phd/cdb/

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh & local produce
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
100+ local food, healing, and art businesses
ADA parking & restrooms
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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Rail Yards market: EARth & Energy Day june 30, 2019

Earth is our one home and we have to work together for a more sustainable future. Join us for Earth & Energy Day at the Rail Yards Market where we are always working towards a better tomorrow and a greener event. Visit our Green Team to see how The Rail Yards diverts over 80% of its waste by weight from the landfill by composting. Farmers' Markets connect consumers to producers, and eliminate so much waste. Investing in your local food system is an excellent step towards building a more sustainable community at home!

EBT, DUFB, Senior and WIC info, and also ADA access.

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh & local produce
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
100+ local food, healing, and art businesses
ADA parking & restrooms
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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::ENTERTAINMENT::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio >> 10am

La Wren Music >> 11:30am
Follow link to listen more:https://www.lawrenmusic.com/

::STEAM ZONE::
Our “STEAM” stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational, and Artistic modalities! This zone features live demonstrations of art and educational activities including displays, workshops, and presentations that cover a variety of topics including cultural and traditional crafts, food skills, sustainability practices, and gallery displays. This week we have the following programming planned:

<<Solar Demonstrations>>Join NM Solar and CNM Applied Technologies program for Solar demonstrations outside the market.

<<Hand made Yurt>> In celebration of Earth and Energy Day, this installation intends to promote the use of bamboo as a sustainable, light-weight, and durable material. It also aims to educate others on the natural remedies of common herbs and suggest meditation as a stress reliever. .

::KIDS ZONE::

<<Seed Dissection>> Have you ever dissected a seed? Have your kids? Bring your family by the Nature Matters Academy booth in the Kids Zone for a unique and fun experience. Your kids will get to dissect a seed, find the plant embryo, and discover how seeds store energy for growth!

::COMMUNITY STATION:: The Community Station is and area of the market available for non-profits, activist, school, and other groups to advocate and connect with FREE information.

Rail Yards market: taco tournament NEWS fromjune 23, 2019

Congratulations to the winner, Deonte Halsey of Biscuit Boy! His bourbon marinated pork tacos with chile-cherry-lime sauce got the most votes, and so De is this year's Taco Champion! The Rail Yards Market would like to extend sincere gratitude to all of the following in no particular order:

  • Chefs who participated: Leticia Gutierrez, Tino Canales, Julian Griego, and Deonte Halsey
  • Street Food Institute for sponsoring the event and bringing equipment
  • Ingrid & Gus for MC'ing
  • Eugene for playing his oldies while the chefs battled
  • All the customers who came out to taste and vote!
  • All the staff and volunteers who put in over-time to set-up, help, and take-down
  • Orbit and Taco, mascots of the Isotopes, for coming to the event to spread fun
  • Growers and Vendors who donated: Harvest gifts

Rail Yards market: taco tournament june 23, 2019

Four Local chefs go all in with local flavor and friendly competition at the Rail Yards Market Taco Tournament!! Dig in for our special annual market fundraiser, sponsored by Street Food Institute, and made possible by the generous donation of produce and time from our Rail Yards Market farmers! $12 donation gets you a plate of all the tacos, you can vote for the winner, and the money goes to the non-profit Rail Yards Market program to keep it growing!


$12 for a Feast of Tacos!

Tickets go on sale @11am Tacos ready at 12pm until supplies lasts.

For the most up-to-date information on themes, news, and events, please visit the Rail Yards Market facebook page.

Chefs in the ring....

  • Julian Griego, of Street Food Institute
  • Leticia Gutierrez, of Red Ball Cafe
  • Tino Canales, of Faustino's Farm & Catering
  • Deonte Halsey, of Biscuit boy

Growers & Vendors donating mystery ingredients include:

Thank you to our generous Chefs and Vendors! Let the Chef showdown begin!!


Rail Yards market: steam day June 16th, 2019

Gathering STEAM... Since its early days, the Rail Yards Market has always had a mission to bring communities together and nurture entrepreneurs. Join us as we celebrate Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. All of these arts coalesce at the Rail Yards in a Sunday of creativity and learning. Join us as we celebrate all the innovation our community creates in Albuquerque! For the most up-to-date information on themes, news, and events, please visit the Rail Yards Market facebook page.

::ENTERTAINMENT::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio>> 10am

<<Dust City Opera>> 11:30-12:30p
Follow link to hear more: https://dustcityopera.com/

::STEAM ZONE::
Our “STEAM” stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational, and Artistic modalities! This zone features live demonstrations of art and educational activities including displays, workshops, and presentations that cover a variety of topics including cultural and traditional crafts, food skills, sustainability practices, and gallery displays. This week we have the following programming planned:

<< MUSIC! NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!>> Have you ever played music on a troll's tongue? Bandojo is coming to the Rail Yards with our newest music installation piece: Mr. Flinch. He's really STEAM-y! Come and play along with 8 different musical accompaniments and an lots of changing light displays. Create Music--no experience required!

<<Artist Display by Rachel-Harris Huffman>> Rachel Harris-Huffman explores the intersection of the natural and built environments through photography, collage, and mixed media works. She sees the life cycle of the human-built environment, as affected by climate, weather, shifting geographies, and time as an allegory for human life cycles, and the emotional, physiological, and physical events that leave marks behind. Rachel will present information about two Japanese aesthetics that influence her work: the philosophy of wabi-sabi and the conceptual art form of Hyperart Thomasson. She will demonstrate the technique of acrylic photo transfer.


::KIDS ZONE::

<<TBA>>

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh & local produce
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
100+ local food, healing, and art businesses
ADA parking & restrooms
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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::COMMUNITY STATION:: The Community Station is and area of the market available for non-profits, activist, school, and other groups to advocate and connect with FREE information.

Rail Yards market: equality day June 9, 2019

At the Rail Yards Market we pride ourselves on accepting EVERYONE. Community is built by individuals with individual experience that contribute to the whole... Come celebrate Equality with us and build community together! The Rail Yards Market is YOUR space to enjoy, discover, and learn about the cool home-grown offerings available in Albuquerque and New Mexico! For the most up-to-date information on themes, news, and events, please visit the Rail Yards Market facebook page.

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh & local produce
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
100+ local food, healing, and art businesses
ADA parking & restrooms
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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::ENTERTAINMENT & MUSIC::

<<Goat Yoga Represented by Duke City Goat Yoga>>10a-11a

<< Albuquerque Escola De Samba >>1130a

::STEAM ZONE::

<<Zine Making>> Zines ("zeens") are self-published mini-magazines that anyone can make about anything! They can include collage, comics, art, prose, essays, & more-- anything goes! Swing by the STEAM zone to do some Zine Makin' of your own- facilitated by Corpus Arts studio of downtown.

<<Equality New Mexico>> Equality New Mexico is the state’s oldest and largest LGBTQ+ advocacy, education, and outreach organization and they’re focused on creating access to true opportunity for LGBTQ+ New Mexicans in the areas of health, education, the economy, civic engagement, and justice. Join EQNM in a community learning on Equality and togetherness.

::KIDS ZONE::

<<Positive Rocks and Mandala making >> Have your kids make messages or symbols of peace to spread love and gift to others. hosted by the Rail Yards Market.

The RYM Children's Zone features educational games, stories, craft projects, music and other fun activities for kids and families every week. Curriculum in this zone is always FREE, interactive and usually offers a creation to take home!

::COMMUNITY STATION:: The Community Station is and area of the market available for non-profits, activist, school, and other groups to advocate and connect with FREE information.

<<Encuentro NM>> Encuentro’s mission is to transform New Mexico into a thriving community for all of its residents. We do this by engaging Latino immigrant families in education and career development opportunities that build skills for economic and social justice.

Rail Yards market: indigenous peoples' day June 2nd, 2019

We are proud to welcome Karuna Colectiva as a community partner in organizing our 5th annual Indigenous Peoples' Day at the Rail Yards Market! Founded by Henry Jake Foreman, Karuna is an eclectic shop of local indigenous art and an innovative program for youth and the community. Students are free to explore their creativity while learning valuable entrepreneurial skills.

Make sure to stop by the many booths of our long-standing Indigenous vendors and show them your support! Banner artwork by Cody St. Arnold.

:::ENTERTAINMENT:::

Native Youth Poets from Native American Community Academy >> 10:15-11am

A youth poetry club/group that strives to celebrate all of Indian Country and to create awareness around historical and ongoing issues that affect Native peoples. Poet Coach, Mercedez Holtry, author of "I Bloomed a Resistance From my Mouth", is supporting NACA poets as they raise funds to travel to other cities to perform and represent our youth!

Preston Johnson>> 11:30a

AnTro >> 12-12:30

Follow link to hear more: https://bisoodibikeyah.bandcamp.com/?fbclid=IwAR0VeIJ8BfuTNRunuOQple5SXzwIyyKZmw3oeChDIlolkxrauCQmBHGOg3s

:::STEAM ZONE::: Our “STEAM” stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational, and Artistic modalities! This zone features live demonstrations of art and educational activities including displays, workshops, and presentations that cover a variety of topics including cultural and traditional crafts, food skills, sustainability practices, and gallery displays. This week we have the following programming planned:

<<Sticker Making Demo>> Karuna Colectiva will be demonstrating how to make custom stickers using a live Sticker press! Make it any way you want it, cool, cute, political, skater, anime it's all up to you!

<<Live Art>> Live art demo by Joeseph Arnoux!

:::KIDS ZONE:::

<<Identifying Native Plants and Seeds>> The Native Plant Society of New Mexico (NPSNM) will be dissecting local seeds teaching our youth the value in seed knowledge to encourage native plant conservancy. NPSNM is a non-profit organization that strives to educate the public about native plants by promoting knowledge of plant identification, ecology, and uses; fostering preservation of natural habitats; supporting botanical research; and encouraging the appropriate use of native plants to conserve water, land, and wildlife.

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome! 
EBT Accepted & Doubled!
Free Handicap Parking
Fresh local produce!!
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
Handmade Art
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY

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Rail Yards market: FAMILY day May 26th, 2019

At the Rail Yards Market we welcome families in all shapes and sizes. We honor our biological families, our extended families, our chosen family, our friends, our work families, school families, and folks in our lives. On May 26th we invite you to be part of the Rail Yards Market family!

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh & local produce
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
100+ local food, healing, and art businesses
ADA parking & restrooms
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY


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::ENTERTAINMENT::

FREE Yoga by Bhava Yoga Studio >> 10a-10:45

Travis Hill >> 11:30a

::STEAM ZONE::

<<Seed Balls and Seed Learning Demo>> Desert Oasis Teaching Garden is an experiential garden fostering agricultural abundance, water conservation, and climate adaptability in the desert Southwest. Join them in a family friendly seed learning activity and also learn how to make seed balls!

<<Demonstration>> by Free Access Movements

Our “STEAM” stands for Sustainable, Traditional, Educational, and Artistic modalities! This zone features live demonstrations of art and educational activities including displays, workshops, and presentations that cover a variety of topics including cultural and traditional crafts, food skills, sustainability practices, and gallery displays.

::KIDS ZONE::

Facilitating play with common household items :: The Wemagination Resource Center Table will offer recycled items, often factory extras that would have otherwise ended up in landfills. Varying from the one-of-a-kind to the ordinary, the collection includes foam punch-outs, caps from perfume bottles, beads, paper, and an array of other items in every imaginable color and shape, perfect for inspiring any child (or adult) to play.

Rail Yards market: Super hero day May 19th, 2019

Be a local SUPER HERO at the Rail Yards Market! What's your super power?? Some grow food, make beauty, or nourish those in need. Make a big impact locally by supporting your region's food shed and small business economy. The Kryptonian, Super Man AKA Clark Kent, gained his strong values and altruistic nature from his young days growing up and working on a farm--his adopted Farmer parent endowed him with compassion and taught him to harness his super powers for the help of others.

Our agricultural network in New Mexico is superbly powerful and bountiful and contributes to a growing and flowing history of the Rio Grande basin. Positive change starts from within, and you have the power to transform our world by making sustainable choices and progress in your community.

We expect all of the burque heroes to be in full effect THIS SUNDAY!

::KIDS ZONE::

Cape Making :: Become your own superhero by making your own superhero cape at the Children's Zone! It's Free!

::STEAM ZONE::

Giant Color by Number & look at modern Indigenous literature :: Red planet Books & Comics is a local indigenous literature specialty shop located on park ave of the Raynolds neighborhood. Founder of Red Planet, Lee Francis, will show you a couple of his own comics as well as facilitate a giant color by numbers activity. Come by to see this one of a kind comic book extraordinaire!

Service Dogs are Super! :: Service dogs NM is a life changing service for people with special needs in the community. They help individuals with certain disabilities grow a connection with loving furry service dogs! Owned by veteran Bennie Muliere, Bennie will show us how some of our loyalist companions help with certain disabilities.

::ENTERTAINMENT & MUSIC::

FREE YOGA by Bhava Yoga Studio 10a-1045

Kira Holt- Indie/Alternative sound https://www.facebook.com/KiraHoltMusic/


Rail Yards market: seeds & starts day May12th, 2019

Join us in celebration of Seeds & Starts! Get your seeds and starter plants from your favorite local growers! Learn about composting or beekeeping!

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!

EBT doubled with Double-Up-Food-Bucks
Senior and WIC programs welcome
Fresh local produce!!
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
Handmade Art
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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<<ENTERTAINMENT & MUSIC>>

FREE GOAT YOGA presented by Duke City Goat Yoga >>10a-11a

Space is limited to 12 people, so arrive early!

The Stray Dawgs >>1130pm

<<STEAM ZONE>>

Composting Demo and Learning :: John Zarola is the director of the Bernalillo County Extension Master Composter program. With his help and the power of volunteer educators, avid gardeners and market goers can learn the basics of composting and answer their questions on the science, materials and methods of home composting. Be apart of this organization's mission to learn how you can transform your organic home waste into a beneficial resource for your vegetables and herbs!

Seed Give Away and Learning :: The Bernalillo Seed Library will be joining the market for a seed give away and lnteractive seed learning demonstration. Check out New Mexico's unique array of heirloom crop varieties that are available for anybody to grow!

Beekeeping Demonstration :: ABQ beekeepers, a non-profit community group, will be demonstrating some basic beekeeping techniques and have a live enclosed hive!

<<KIDS ZONE>>

Make Natural Prints with Play-Dough :: The kids zone will be leading a fun sensory activity for all kids (adults are also welcome) to partake in! Work with Play-dough and learn about the use of seeds and plants from the area to make unique prints!

Rail Yards market:OPENS MAY 5th, 2019 for TRADITIONS DAY THEME

All aboard! The Rail Yards Market, Albuquerque's iconic Farmers' Market is slated to re-open on May 5th, 2019. The market will bloom into its sixth year since opening in 2014, and hosts over 100 vendors of fresh produce, fine food, healing hands, and handmade art. Spring couldn't be here fast enough, as farms, foodies, artisans, and organizers chug along to prepare the finest Growers' Market experience for locals and tourists alike.

The theme for the Rail Yards Market's grand opening is Traditions. The cultivation of our food, telling of stories, teaching of techniques, passing on wisdom, and so much more are important ingredients of our culture and rituals of our existence on this realm. Celebrate our traditions unique to New Mexico and indulge your loca-vorian spirit at the Rail Yards Market!

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Free for all! Everyone is welcome!
EBT, WIC, Senior checks, and DUFB welcome
Fresh local produce!!
Breakfast & lunch prepared food options
Handmade Art
FREE :: LOCAL :: FAMILY FRIENDLY :: PET FRIENDLY
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::ENTERTAINMENT & MUSIC::
FREE YOGA presented by Bhava Yoga Studio>>10a-11a
Performances TBA

MARIACHI HERENCIA from Atrisco High School >>11:30a

::STEAM ZONE::
<<Live Demonstration>>

~Traditional Spanish Colonial Embroidery Technique by Annette Gutierrez Turk with El Rancho De Las Golondrinas :: Annette is a colcha embroidery artist, who will demonstrate the Spanish Colonial embroidery technique to visitors. She is a juried artist in the Spanish Colonial Artist Society and can be found at Spanish Market each year. Annette weaves her base fabric, dyes the yarns and designs her own work. She has taught locally, regionally, as well as internationally. Her work is in the collections of the Museum of Spanish Colonial Art in Santa Fe and the Guizhou Ethnic Cultural Museum, Guiyang, China.

~Traditional Healing Medicine Using Native Plants by The Yerba Mansa Project :: Join Yerba Mansa Project Director, Dara Saville, for this free talk and demonstration of how we can use local native herbs and plants for healing. Learn how to make a tincture and take home some complete knowledge of how to utilize natural surroundings to support your health.

::KIDS ZONE::

Play LOTERIA in the kids zone! This traditional game, similar to bingo, is played during most hispanic festivities and is a great bilingual activity for everyone!

Rail Yards market: What's In Season?

Vendor application open until feb 1st!

Ready..Set...Grow!! Vendor applications for the 2019 Rail Yards Market season are open until Feb 1st! New and returning vendors apply each season and are reviewed/selected by a community jury. Application & vendor eligibility/requirement info: http://railyardsmarket.org/BECOME-a-VENDOR.php


FREE VENDOR APPLICATION WORKSHOPS Jan 18 & 25th! 

Need help applying to the Rail Yards Market as a vendor? Attend these TWO FREE computer lab workshops. We'll help you through the process and answer questions...

Intro Workshop Jan 18th (recommended for new vendors): What you need for this workshop: Yourself and an email account. We will answer..

  • How do you apply for the Rail Yards Market? 
  • What types of Vendors can apply?
  • What permits, registrations etc are required?
  • What are the basic functions/areas of the vendor online system?
Advanced Workshop 25th (recommended for vendors who have already made an online account and applied): We will answer...
  • How are vendors selected?
  • What does your jury look for?
  • How can I increase my chances of being selected?

FREE SQUARE SMALL BUSINESS WORKSHOPS Jan 23-26th! 

Join Square with Visa, the City of Albuquerque, Accion, the American Indian Chamber of Commerce, the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce, Three Sisters Kitchen, African American Performing Arts Center, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center and the Rail Yards Market of Albuquerque for a series of FREE interactive small business events! Lunch and refreshments will be provided at all workshops. Register NOW CLICK HERE! 

Topics include:

Topics include:

  • Build Your Website with Weebly

  • Getting Started with Square

  • Cash Flow Management

  • Panel: How to Grow Your Business in Person, Online, and Through Social Media

  • Privacy and Security Best Practices

  • Selling Successfully Online


Click the link above to sign up today and join us!

THANK YOU ALBUQUERQUE!!

We are overwhelmed with joy! Big thanks to all of the Burquenos and visitors that came out to the 2018 Holiday Market! Together we welcomed over 30,000 visitors over the weekend, and want to sincerely thank everyone for their support.  With everyone's generous support we were able to expand market infrastructure, parking and shuttle options. Please visit our Facebook page for many photos of the event!

Need to find a vendor? See our HOLIDAY MARKET MAP & VENDOR LIST HERE.

The City really came together to support this non-profit event in a huge way! Much gratitude to the City of Albuquerque Cultural Services, Economic Development, Planning, Transportation, and Police Services departments. 

Special Thanks to:
>>City Councilor Benton

>>Downtown Growers' Market

>>America Tent Rentals

>>Mayor Keller & Assistant Mayor, Gary Lee

The 2019 Vendor Application is open now until Feb 1st. We welcome farms, food makers, healers, and artisans!

Thank you to our Sponsors & Community Partners!


VISIT US


10am-2pm, Sundays, May-October

12-4pm December 14th & 15th 2019 for Holiday Market

777 1st Street SW
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102
Email: RailYardsMarket@gmail.com
Voicemail: 505-600-1109