This week in Albuquerque: Street Party, great food, fine arts

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This week, Albuquerque is filled with celebrations of different cultures, the fine arts and a street party.

Here is a list of some of the events happening in the Duke City. 

40th Annual American Indian Week

For the past 40 years, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center has been celebrating Native American culture with a whole week of festivities, including daily dances, markets, workshops, food and more.

 On Monday, catch traditional dance performances from members of the Zia and Zuni pueblos throughout the day.

For more information, click here. 

Easter Brunch Buffet

Skip the cooking on Sunday and gather the whole family for a scrumptious brunch buffet at St. Clair Winery & Bistro.

Maple baked ham, Baron of Beef, assorted cheeses, a dessert station and much more awaits you.

Reservations are recommended, as space is limited.   

For more information, click here. 

Dance Theatre of Harlem

Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Dance Theatre of Harlem presents a powerful vision of what Ballet means in the 21st century.

Their 16-member, multi-ethnic company performs a forward-thinking repertoire of treasured classics, neo-classics and contemporary works that use the language of ballet to celebrate African-American culture. 

For more information, click here. 

3rd Annual Easter Beer Hunt

Why should kids have all the hunting fun this Easter?

On Saturday, three breweries and a coffee shop will be hiding eggs all around Downtown.

Each color of egg will correspond to a different brewery and contain any assortment of prizes.

Once you’ve found your eggs, redeem them at The Brew, Red Door Taproom, Boese Brothers Brewing or Sidetrack.

For more information, click here.

ArtsUunexpected

The UNM College of Fine Arts is hosting their pop-up showcase featuring student artists – filmmakers, dancers, actors, visual artists and musicians of every variety.

Performances will take place throughout UNM’s main campus all day and end with a student production of the comedic play: “She Stoops to Comedy”.

For more information, click here. 

Once Años Anniversary Street Party

Many Burquenos know that Marble Brewery’s street parties are legendary, and their 11th birthday party will be no different.

 To celebrate eleven years of unabashedly bold brewing, they’re inviting everyone to party with live music, entertainment, delicious food and the can release of their Cerveza Mexican Style Lager.

For more information, click here. 

Experiments in Cinema v14.2 – Regional Youth Program

Every year, Basement Films works with students at several Albuquerque-area schools to create their own films, that will shape the future trends of cultural representation in film.

The films these students created will be showcased tonight at the KiMo Theatre during a free screening as part of the Experiments in Cinema Festival.  

For more information, click here. 

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