Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball – August 21, 2011

We have another activity planned for August, and this time we’re heading out to the ballpark!

What: Albuquerque Isotopes Baseball
Where: Albuqueruqe Isotopes Baseball Park, northeast corner of Avenida Cesar Chavez & University. Map.
When: Sunday, August 21, 2011. Meet at Isotopes Park at noon (12 pm) at the ticket box office to purchase tickets. Game at 1:30 pm.

DBSA Albuquerque will be providing the tickets (reserved seating) for members and their family. Parking is $5 and will not be covered by DBSA Albuquerque.

If you are in need of a ride, we can arrange rides/carpooling from the church (the site of our Thursday night meetings), or you can arrange a ride prior to the game with another member who will be attending the event. If meeting at the church, be there by 11 am on Sunday to allow plenty of time to get to the ballpark to purchase tickets.

It is important to be at the ballpark by noon so we can purchase a group of tickets with the seating together for the those attending.

Please sign up at the Thursday night meeting so we can get an accurate headcount of who will be attending (to have enough funds on hand to purchase tickets). You can also call Steve (505) 514 6750 or Carlee (505) 382 4479 if you plan to attend the game, or email at bringe.rockboy@gmail.com.

Take me out to the ballgame! See you Sunday!

DBSA Albuquerque: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Sunday, August 7, 2011

The first DBSA Albuquerque event of August is this weekend (Sunday, August 7) at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science near Old Town.

http://www.nmnaturalhistory.org/home.html

We’ll be meeting at the museum at 12 pm (noon); admission is free on the first Sunday of the month, so you’ll only need to bring money if you’d like to take in a movie at the Dynatheater or if you’d like to purchase food or gifts during the event.

If you need a ride to the museum, this can be coordinated by calling either Steve Bringe (505 514 6750) or Carlee Philpot (505 382 4479) prior to Sunday to make arrangements.

The museum is located at Mountain and 18th (on the northwest corner of the intersection) near Old Town. Driving directions and maps can be had from the museum website here:

http://www.nmnaturalhistory.org/location-and-directions

If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email (skbringe@gmail.com) Steve or Carlee. Hope to see you there!