Please visit New Mexico’s Farmer’s Markets for more information.
Los Lunas Public Library Location: 460 Main St NW Los Lunas, NM 87031-8401River Park A 7-acre park located along the Rio Grande river with nature trails, picnic tables, and fishing opportunities (bring your own supplies). Heritage park also has soccer fields, tennis, volleyball, basketball, and a walking trail. The Heritage Park Skate Park is a skate at your own risk facility. Wearing a helmet is mandated if you are under the age of 18.
1660 Main St SE Skate Park The skate park in Valencia County is located in Heritage Park. Other protective gear is strongly recommended, including: knee pads, elbow pads, wrist and ankle protection. 3447 Lambros LP SE Los Lunas, NM 87031Starlight Cinema Location: 2226 Sun Ranch Village Loop Los Lunas, NM 87031Tome Clay Gallery This small local art gallery is a fun place to stop and browse and occasionally offers classes and workshops for the community.
Tome Hill Located close to the Hacienda Valencia Campus, Tome Hill is an excellent short hike providing a full view of the local area when you reach the top.
Location: 202 San Felipe NW Suite A Albuquerque New Mexico 87104Art Attack Paint your own ceramics (pick up fired pieces later).
Location: 3137 San Mateo Boulevard Northeast Albuquerque, NM 87110Cinemark Movie Theaters For movie show times or information visit click here.
States can develop a statewide policy to ensure fairness for all their students,” said Crystal Fitz Simons, director of school and out-of-school-time programs at the Food Research & Action Center, the nation’s leading anti-hunger advocacy organization.
“New Mexico’s bill protects the needs of students to have access to healthy meals at school, while ensuring that school administrators are able to qualify eligible students for free school meals.
1103 Hwy 314 SWGarden Gate Day Spa This local gem is a great place to make a massage appointment, to lounge by the pool and hot tubs, or to enjoy a healthy and delicious meal.(505) 865-4818Isleta Fun Connection Arcade with laser tag and bowling.
“Many children count on school meals for the nutrition they need to be able to learn and thrive in the classroom.” The Hunger-Free Students’ Bill of Rights takes three important steps to address the issue, which has gained national attention: it prevents student meal debt by making sure that it’s easy for low-income families to apply for free meals, that students are automatically signed up if possible, and that schools contact families who owe money; it ends practices that embarrass students, like making them wipe down tables if they owe money, or throw out a meal if they can’t pay; and it requires schools to serve every child a healthy meal.
“All school districts that participate in the National School Lunch Program are now required to develop a policy on addressing unpaid school meal fees.
Meeting at River Park at 1660 Main Street at the river from 4 to 7 on Tuesday afternoon under the cottonwoods is a summer pleasure not to be missed.
Fresh food, chatting with the neighbors and music – what more can anyone ask for in the way of summer fun.