There will be a separate Easter Egg Hunt for each of the following age groups: 2-6 and 7-11. This year 6000 eggs will be hidden with lots of “Golden Eggs” containing gift certificates from business sponsors and individuals. For More Information call Tommy Ortiz, president, at 505-617-6915 or the Farm Bureau office at 505-425-5404
UWC USA’s fine arts departments will present a combined celebration of visual art and dance on Saturday, April 4 at 7 p.m. in the Kluge Auditorium on the UWC-USA campus. The event is free and open to the public.
The Visual Art Department will sponsor the Final Show, a collection of works presented by the second-year International Baccalaureate visual arts candidates.
Following the art show at 8 p.m., the dance department will present “Choreography Carousel,” the fourth annual performance of the UWC Dance Ensemble. The program features final submissions by International Baccalaureate dance students, as well as featured pieces “Beautiful Boy” by Andrea Skowronek, artistic director of City in Motion Dance Theater of Kansas City, and the premiere of “You Might Do Much” by Randy Barron, artistic director emeritus of City in Motion. Selections from “Dances for My Father: Five Not-So-Easy- Pieces” and other works by IB Dance program director Kathleen Kingsley round out the presentation.
UWC-USA is located in Montezuma, six miles from Las Vegas, NM. The school is one of 15 United World Colleges located on five continents. The UWC movement is dedicated to making education a force to unite people, nations, and cultures for peace and a sustainable future. Founded in 1982, UWC-USA offers a unique program of academic and experiential education for 200 students from over 80 countries. To learn more, visit www.uwc-usa.org.
What: Paint Out With a Purpose
Who: Running Horses Studio
Where: Plaza Antiques – Upstairs
When: 6:30 pm to…, Friday, April 10
Contact: http://www.runninghorses.org/ for more information
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