You are probably studying so hard you don’t even have time to spend money. But just in case, the Daily Lobo compiled a list of free events happening over the next week in Albuquerque. If you know of a free event, please send the info to email@example.com.
Casa San Isidro Holiday Celebration
Celebrate the Noche de Luces at Casa San Isidro, a historic home in Corrales that is part of the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History. You can dive into Christmas mode with ornament decorating, faralitos (luminaria), green hanging and singing around a bonfire. The event starts 5 p.m. at 973 Old Church Road in Corrales.
I found a deal for those of you who like organizing things into small containers (all of you, I assume). This Craigslist poster is giving away more than 30 herbal tincture glass bottles, and about the same in plastic supplement containers. You could use them as travel containers for liquids or as cups at parties to monitor beverage intake. Call the number listed and the goods will be left outside of the house near Juan Tabo Boulevard and Constitution Avenue.
Another ad was too specific to not mention — it’s a lucky rabbit foot. The ad reads “don’t need it no mo,’” so make sure you inquire about the seller’s luck, just to make sure it works before you start counting on it to ace your finals. All of the above items are listed on albuquerque.craigslist.org/zip/
Screenings at the KiMo
Interested in the supernatural? The City of Albuquerque, the Albuquerque Film Office and the KiMo Theatre team up to bring you free films, including the winner of the Roswell Film Festival’s audience choice award, “Low Tide in the High Desert.” The film follows the story of two cousins who investigate alien abductions Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7. The KiMo Theatre is located at 423 Central Avenue NW.
Old Town Holiday Stroll
Listen up Christmas mongers, here is an opportunity to revel in the holiday spirit. The event starts at 4 p.m. with a free concert in the San Felipe de Neri Catholic Church, and you will definitely want to stay for the main event at 6:10 p.m., when Albuquerque’s biggest Christmas tree is lit. There are also rumors that the big red-suited guy might show up for a bit. For the full schedule, visit albuquerqueoldtown.com