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2023.06.06 16:17 Arekkun 1 BR in 3 BR ($1085) Available in a 3BR Apartment in Somerville (Winter Hill) for Sept 1st (Reposting)
$1085 - This room has a private ½ bath. Great bay windows with plenty of space. See pictures with orange curtains and 3D printing work area.
About the apartment:
The unit is located on the 2nd floor, and features washedryer in-unit, dishwasher, gas stove, gas heating, hardwood floors, updated bathroom, and storage space. The common areas have an open layout, and are furnished including kitchenware, living room essentials, etc. We’re pretty set with furniture in the common spaces, but may be able to accommodate smaller items. As mentioned, there is a small storage area in the basement accessible through a storm door outside. No smoking, and unfortunately, no pets.
The 3 floounit house is located on Dartmouth St., Somerville, MA, on a quiet block. Located near the Gilman Square Green Line stop when/if it opens. It’s very close to Broadway, Highland Ave and Union Square, and less than 2 miles from Lechmere, Porter, Harvard, Davis and Assembly Square. There's also good access to a number of bus lines, and it’s close to the Somerville bike path (5 min bike ride). If you drive, it’s around 5 min to 28 (and 93). Have a look at google maps to get a better idea of what's around!
On street parking is available with a Somerville Resident parking pass.
About the housemates:
I am in my 30s, cis gay male working for a non-profit.I work a 9-5, Hybrid In Office/WFH for the foreseeable future, reading, cooking, and learning stained glass are some current hobbies of mine.
Nate (Second Roomate): Late 20’s queer cis male. I’m a professional cook so late nights are normal for me however I understand how to be quiet and respectful of others who aren’t on the same schedule. My hobbies include film photography, exploring the city, and reading.
My time at home is very much spent resting, but I’m open to making new friends or at least cohabitating with someone in a civil and respectful way. Cleanliness and communication are very important to me.
When we're home, we are very much am “off” socially and appreciate roommates who want to share a common space but understands if being home is a time to recharge and rest. That being said, I hope we can find some shared interests and can share the occasional drink, just want to be upfront about what you can expect from me!
We’ll get along well if you’re responsible, respectful, pick up after yourself and willing to share household chores, and friendly. Please be fully vaccinated (or on your way to be)!
Send an email/dm with a little bit about yourself, any questions you might have, and include some times when you would be available to view the apartment. I’ll get back to you as soon as possible I would prefer to meet on Facetime/Zoom for a virtual tour prior to a in-person visit. Applicants will be subject to credit approval and will be named on the lease.
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2023.06.06 04:23 Spiritual_East_7739 Mystery Tin!
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2023.06.05 23:17 NighteyesWhiteDragon Pizza in NoMad?
Hello lovely New Yorkers! I am currently sat at 230 Fifth rooftop bar (on fifth ave). Are there any GOOD pizza recommendations nearby?
My last post about NYC facts got a great response so praying for the same here ♥️
EDIT: Thank you I went to Tappo which was very nice
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2023.06.05 21:38 Lumpy_County9363 Can’t wait 🤤
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2023.06.05 15:19 5kw1dd Anyone else's game freezing as soon as they beat the Armageddon minigame?
2023.06.05 13:47 CigaretteMastersX What the fuck is wrong with AI detection and combat?
I noticed that my enemies, followers, creatures are acting very idiotic. They sheathe a thousand times, say the same thing a thousand times, taunt again and again, they sometimes don't even attack until i do, followers are barely any help because they just watch me or get stuck on sneak, or shout ''Iaah'' and such things while getting attacked by enemies but not attack them back and just stand there. %90 of the time it's like that.
Please please please help me. What am i doing wrong?? https://imgur.com/jxg3rUi
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2023.06.05 07:36 scarlet2248 Wedding Venue in The US: Our Recommendation Part II
Popular wedding venues in the western and central states were featured in Part 1 of US wedding venues
. So in part two, we'll focus on wedding venues in the eastern states. Whether it's a luxurious hotel, a rustic barn, or a spacious meadow, all are included. Again, the features of these venues and the approximate prices will be written. Let's explore these beautiful wedding venues!
Wisconsin Wedding Venues
The Paine Art Center and Gardens
This is an art museum located at 1410 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh. It is an English-style country estate and has nearly four acres of gardens. It has perennial plants and is a great outdoor ceremony venue. Also, there is a historic mansion, charming carriage house, and greenhouse. The venue can accommodate up to 200 people and costs approximately $3000 to $4000 For 100 Guests
This is a professional event venue located at 515 E Main St, Stoughton. This historic venue offers industrial and rustic charm with exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and wood beams. It has ample space for ceremonies and receptions. The venue offers event coordination, customizable lighting options, a bridal suite, and access to preferred vendors. Accommodations for up to 250 people start at $3,500 for a 12-hour rental
The Enchanted Barn
Located at 1543 6 1/2 Ave, Hillsdale, this barn has an old-world rustic atmosphere around every corner. Featuring several indoor and outdoor venues, one of the most popular ceremony locations is located in Barn's upper-level Hayloft, featuring old wood timbers. Several wedding package options are available here and can accommodate up to 220 people. Off-season all-inclusive wedding packages are $5,000 plus $21 per person.
Illinois Wedding Venues
This is a historic mansion located at 3S501 Naperville Rd, Wheaton. a short drive from Chicago. The mansion is also surrounded by a forest preserve that allows for nature-filled photos. There are seven ceremony locations in total, and the largest Magnolia Garden can accommodate up to 300 guests. Venue rentals start at $3,500
The Morton Arboretum
This is a public nature garden and outdoor museum located at 4100 IL-53, Lisle. Inside there are not only mature trees and flowers but also a playground for children. Offering beautiful woodland and lakeside views. The large garden has a total of 12 venues to choose from and the largest room can accommodate up to 300 guests. Prices range from $600 to $9,000 depending on the size of the room and the time of year it is held
Located at 1840 W Hubbard St, Chicago, this is a very unique location that serves as a store besides being a wedding venue. It preserves treasured furniture from the past. This old Chicago warehouse offers an enchanting vintage atmosphere. The ceremony and banquet space can accommodate about 200 people and space rentals start at $4,000
Kentucky Wedding Venues
The Barn at Cedar Grove
The address is 1000 Brockman Keltner Rd, Greensburg, which has a rustic barn setting with picturesque scenery. Offering outdoor ceremony space, climate-controlled reception space, bridal suite, groom's quarters, and fire pit. The venue in the barn can accommodate up to 230 people. For fewer guests, the average budget for a wedding here is between $6,000 and $9,000
The Brown Hotel
This 100-year-old hotel is located at 335 W Broadway, Louisville. The hotel has a striking Georgian Revival look and offers elegant ballrooms, luxurious accommodations, and a gorgeous rooftop garden. The hotel also has extensive experience in hosting weddings of different cultures, such as Jewish and Indian weddings. Prices are $18,000 in the off-season and can accommodate up to 300 guests
Talon Winery & Vineyards
This winery has a large outdoor space at 7086 Tates Creek Rd, Lexington. Offers vineyard and winery backdrop, outdoor ceremony space, and rustic barn. The best part is the wine-tasting and vineyard tours. The venue can accommodate up to 250 guests and prices for ceremonies start at $1500
Tennessee Wedding Venues
Located at 28 Bussell Rd, Gordonsville, our vacation accommodations are perfect for small weddings. Surrounded by scenic walking trails, mountains, and woods. This venue specializes in small weddings of 30 people or less, with a focus on an intimate and cozy experience. Wedding packages range from $1795 to $5000
Dixon Gallery and Gardens
An art gallery on 17 acres of gardens located at 4339 Park Ave, Memphis, offers a romantic and artistic setting for weddings. The gallery offers two indoor reception venues as well as woodlands and gardens, both of which can accommodate up to 200 guests. Prices are approximately $4000 to $5000 For 100 guests
The Bell Tower
The Bell Tower, located at 400 4th Ave S, Nashville, is almost 140 years old. The ballroom features large windows that provide plenty of natural light, creating a charming and historic setting for weddings. There are two floors beside the lobby. Seated dinners for up to 400 people range from $3,500 to $16,000 depending on time and venue
Mississippi Wedding Venues
The site at 4145 Old Canton Rd, Jackson is the oldest residential building in Jackson, with a history of 175 years. The courtyard in front of the house with trees such as cedar, oak, and magnolia provides a natural backdrop for weddings. The venue can accommodate up to 300 people and costs $3,500 for a two-day weekend rental
Dunleith Historic Inn
A National Historic Landmark located at 84 Homochitto St, Natchez, the mansion features Greek Revival columns and original pine floors. The event space has a main floor, courtyard, and South Lawn, which can accommodate up to 700 people. Wedding packages start at $6,500, not including catering
The Gin at Flora Station
The address is 4819 MS-22, Flora. The refurbished cotton gin blends rustic charm with modern amenities. It offers indoor and outdoor spaces, including a covered gazebo and a patio with an old-fashioned truck bar. Rentals for ceremonies and receptions start at $3,500
Alabama Wedding Venues
This building, located at 1531 1st Ave S, Birmingham, is historic from the outside. With its industrial-inspired design and high ceilings along with red brick walls. Three indoor venues can accommodate up to 300 guests, and the cost of a ceremony starts at $4,000
The Sterling Castle
This castle is located at 389 Deseret Dr, Shelby, and has been voted the best wedding venue in Alabama. The fairytale-style castle, elegant ballroom, charming courtyard, and lakeside and drawbridge venues. This beautiful venue can accommodate up to 300 guests and all-inclusive weddings are priced at $10,000+
Huntsville Museum of Art
This is an art museum located at 300 Church St SW, Huntsville. With unique indoor and outdoor spaces, the museum is a contemporary art gallery. Offering outdoor spaces with a rooftop terrace, and five indoor hospitality venues. The starting venue fee for a wedding reception in high season is $1,500
Michigan Wedding Venues
Colony Club Detroit
Located at 2310 Park Ave, Detroit, this Georgian-style, historic venue features stunning architecture and gorgeous interiors. The hotel features a grand ballroom decorated with crystal chandeliers and intricate details. The ballroom can accommodate up to 350 guests and is priced between $12,000 and $15,000
This historic building, built in 1918, is located at 5052 M-66, Charlevoix. With a total of four site combinations in the summer. It offers several ceremony and reception spaces, including a charming outdoor garden and a majestic stone courtyard. The largest of these, the East Garden and Queen's Courtyard can host up to 300 guests. And the price range is between $6,750 and $9,250
The Inn at Stonecliffe
This is a Victorian village located at 8593 Cudahy Cir, Mackinac Island. away from the hustle and bustle of the area. With beautiful gardens and breathtaking views of Lake Huron and the Mackinaw Bridge. Accommodates up to 300 people and prices range from $4000 to $10,000
Ohio Wedding Venues
Franklin Park Conservatory
This is a horticultural and educational institution located at 1777 E Broad St, Columbus. The most popular venue is the indoor garden with an all-glass ceiling. Besides, there is an industrial-style venue and a 200-year-old barn. The venue has plenty of space and can accommodate up to 500 people, with prices ranging from $7,000 to $11,000 for a wedding of 100 guests
The Columbus Athenaeum
The historic building at 32 N 4th St, Columbus, was built in 1899. With a total of ten venues to choose from, the Grand Ballroom boasts gorgeous details and a stunning atrium. It is decorated with classical Greek art as well as soaring ornate ceilings. It can accommodate up to 230 guests. Prices for receptions start at $3,000
An oversized wine estate located at 1700 55th St NE, Canton. Picturesque vineyard setting and sparkling lake views. The open-air venue can accommodate up to 300 people, while the indoor venue can accommodate up to 120 guests. Full-service event planning, vineyard tours, and wine tastings are available. Prices for receptions will start at $1,450
Georgia Wedding Venues
This resort is located at 597 Barnsley Gardens Rd NW, Adairsville. With over 3,000 acres of land, it is a historic southern estate. With lush gardens, luxurious cabins, and grounds that can accommodate up to 250 people. Three wedding packages are available: $275 per person, $320 per person, and $350 per person
. And a least of 150 people is required.
This is a renovated warehouse located at 409 Bishop St NW, Atlanta. The roof is supported by massive bow trusses, which allow for a spacious, open floor plan without columns or supports. Through a wall of windows running the length of the space, there are breathtaking views of Atlantic Station and the downtown skyline. Accommodating up to 425 people, prices start at $4,000
The Biltmore Ballrooms
The ballroom is located at 817 W Peachtree St NW 208, Atlanta, and was established in 1924. The ballroom features a handcrafted plaster relief ceiling, ornate crystal lighting, and a marble floor. Capacity ranges from 50 to 1,500 people and offers eleven caterers. Rental rates range from $3,500 to $5,000, depending on the day of the week
Florida Wedding Venues
The Ancient Spanish Monastery
Located at 16711 W Dixie Hwy, North Miami Beach. This monastery was dismantled piece by piece from northern Spain and shipped to the United States, then rebuilt over 19 months. It offers a chapel and gardens for ceremonies. The garden can accommodate up to 300 guests for $6,500 and includes only the cost of the reception
The Breakers Palm Beach
This is a luxury resort located at 1 S County Rd, Palm Beach. This luxury resort is located in Palm Beach and enjoys magnificent beachfront views, lush gardens, and an exquisite ballroom. It boasts a timeless and elegant ambiance. It can host weddings for a maximum of less than 500 people, and detailed prices need to be communicated with the hotel
The Ringling Museum
The museum is located at 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota, with a breathtaking view of Sarasota Bay. This venue offers unique views of art, culture, and the stunning waterfront. It includes many event spaces, including a large courtyard and an elegant ballroom. The largest art gallery courtyard can accommodate up to 125 guests and prices start at $20,000
New York Wedding Venues
Mohonk Mountain House
Located at 1000 Mountain Rest Rd, New Paltz, this historic resort is surrounded by 40,000 acres of pristine forest. Featuring a majestic Victorian castle with panoramic mountain views. Choose from lakeside, garden, and mountain views for your ceremony. Wedding packages range from $275 to $375 per person
The address is 42-38 9th Street, Long Island City, with a history dating back to the 19th century. Offering an industrial chic atmosphere, a garden courtyard and conservatory, a stunning main space, plus rustic interiors. Accommodates up to 180 guests, with receptions starting at $14,000.
Estate at 2015 US-9, Garrison, with superb Hudson River views and Catskill Mountain views. The venue offers a modern ballroom, outdoor ceremony space, and golf course. The venue can accommodate up to 200 guests for $12,000.
Pennsylvania Wedding Venues
The Curtis Atrium
The historic building at 699 Walnut St, Philadelphia used to be the Curtis Publishing Company. It is now a building with a mix of residential, office, and retail space. It features a stunning atrium, marble columns, and a stunning rotunda. Space rentals start at $8,000
The Cork Factory Hotel
This boutique hotel is located at 480 New Holland Ave 3000, Lancaster, a converted historic cork mill with exposed brick walls. Offering industrial charm and modern amenities. The venue has a ballroom, a terrace, and a 2,300-square-foot warehouse. Space is available for up to 200 guests, and wedding packages start at $7,000
Terrain Gardens at Devon Yard
A stunning garden is located at 138 W Lancaster Ave Suite 130, Devon. The venue is decorated with elements such as reclaimed barn wood floors, raised holiday lights, and skylights to create a unique aesthetic. Of course, there is an essential gardening setting and open-air venue that can accommodate up to 140 guests. Prices for receptions start at $4,525
West Virginia Wedding Venues
The entire resort is nestled beside a tranquil lake at 940 Resort Drive Roanoke, a place of scenic beauty and rustic charm. Wedding venues are available on the lakeside lawn or in the courtyard, with an indoor grand hall and stone-walled ballroom. Spa services, golf courses, and entertainment can also be experienced with wedding packages ranging from $3,500 to $12,000
A luxury resort located at 101 W Main St, White Sulphur Springs. With stunning architecture, beautiful gardens, and breathtaking mountain views. The indoor venue has a dramatic chandelier and stage. The outdoor grounds feature expansive lawns and rustic cabins. Packages start at $10,000
and vary depending on the number of guests, season, and customization.
Sleepy Hollow Golf Club
The Club at 3780 Sleepy Hollow Dr, Hurricane. It is a private golf club for families. Featuring a scenic golf course, elegant ballroom, outdoor lawn ceremony venue, and picturesque countryside views. Wedding packages start at $3,500
Virginia Wedding Venues
Historic Manor River Park at 1700 Hampton St, Richmond. Inside are gardens, botanical gardens, and native wildlife habitats. The scenic setting includes 100-year-old Italian gardens, European-style manor houses, pavilions, expansive lawns, and the Robbins Nature Center. Prices range from $3,500 to $6,100
Inn At Willow Grove
This is a rustic accommodation located at 14079 Plantation Way, Orange. It is unusually peaceful and romantic, surrounded by ancient trees and beautiful gardens. One of the gardens, Boxwood, can accommodate up to 175 guests and offers idyllic views. A versatile barn is also available as a hospitality venue, with rates starting at $7,500
The Tides Inn
Located at 480 King Carter Dr, Irvington, the entire hotel is situated on a beautiful body of water with views of the Chesapeake Bay. It is a waterfront resort. You can also come here to take part in fun activities such as tennis, golf, paddle boarding, biking, and kayaking. Weddings start at $3,100
North Carolina Wedding Venues
Professional wedding venue located at 523 Pea Ridge Rd, New Hill. It resembles a European town building with charming gardens and rustic barns. It can accommodate up to 250 guests for a ceremony in the gardens. Wedding packages will vary depending on the time of year and are priced at $8,000 on Fridays and $9,800 on Saturdays
The Merrimon-Wynne House
The mansion located at 500 N Blount St, Raleigh was built in 1876 and has been well maintained and is now a venue for various events. The building has a main floor full of Southern charm. Inside are original floors and mantelshelves, ornate chandeliers, and a wide porch. The outdoor area is also large enough to host ceremonies in the garden and can accommodate up to 250 guests. Prices for receptions start at $5,000
It's an English-style country hotel located at 2000 Fearrington Village Center. Besides the quaint country setting there are dense gardens with water features. The largest venue is the barn, which offers spacious dining and dancing space and can accommodate up to 250 people guests. Prices for ceremonies start at $2500.
South Carolina Wedding Venues
This National Historic Landmark is located at 4300 Ashley River Rd, Charleston. You can experience daily life on an 18th-century plantation and enjoy 65 acres of unobstructed views and private garden rooms. Also, enjoy the oldest landscaped gardens on the property. There are 7 ceremony venues, ranging from small weddings of 50 to 400 guests. Prices start at $5,000
William Aiken House
The 1807 mansion is located at 456 King St, Charleston, a restored mansion that showcases Southern charm and architectural elegance. The yard features a magnolia tree that is over two hundred years old and an elegant terrace. It is also rated as one of South Carolina's premier wedding venues. The cost of a ceremony starts at $3,000.
The Cedar Room
Modern industrial event space at 701 E Bay St, Charleston. Featuring exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and large windows overlooking the cityscape. The indoor Cedar Room venue can accommodate up to 500 people for events, and the outdoor yard can seat up to 200. Events on Fridays or Sundays start at $3,500.
Vermont Wedding Venues
Inn at Mountain View Farm
The Inn at 3383 Darling Hill Rd, East Burke, has breathtaking mountaintop views. Enjoy mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and visits to animal farms, among many other activities. Venues can range from beautiful fields to cozy campfires. Weekend wedding packages start at $3,500
Hildene - The Lincoln Family Home
The building at 1005 Hildene Rd, Manchester is full of meaning. The Lincolns built Hildene as a summer home at the turn of the 20th century. Here you can look out over the Taconic Mountains to the west and the Green Mountains to the east. The outdoor venue can accommodate up to 200 people and wedding reception prices start at $8,000.
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The Henry House
The historic house at 1338 Murphy Rd, North Bennington, built in 1769, is one of the oldest surviving houses in Vermont. Overlooks the authentic red-covered Henry Bridge. The site offers several vendors for you to consider. The large trees outside the house make for the best wedding photos. The venue needs to be contacted for a specific quote.
Massachusetts Wedding Venues
The Crane Estate
This is a Tudor Revival mansion located at 290 Argilla Rd, Ipswich. It was the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor Crane, Jr. with winding salt marshes, miles of barrier beaches, and a beautiful hilltop mansion. And of course the rolling lawns and gardens. There are three sites to choose from in all, with the beachfront site accommodating 200 to 500 people. Weekend weddings are priced at $6500.
Red Lion Inn
The Inn at 30 Main St, Stockbridge has a 250-year history. The entire Inn combines traditional New England hospitality with the amenities of a modern hotel. The largest Hitchcock room capacity is capacity 30-175 people. Venue rentals start at $4,000.
A sophisticated hotel located at 215 Charles St, Boston. Located in the heart of downtown, just steps from shopping, dining, Boston Parks, and more. The hotel offers a private secret garden that can accommodate up to 200 people outdoors and an indoor 3000-square-foot ballroom. Wedding venue rates start at $26,000 for up to 100 guests.
Connecticut Wedding Venues
The Lace Factory
This historic factory is located at 161 River St, Deep River, and offers a charming and rustic atmosphere for a wedding venue. It has wood floors, high ceilings, and large windows overlooking the river. The Lace Factory offers event planning services, on-site catering, and a variety of rental options for weddings of all sizes. The Factory can accommodate up to 225 people and prices start at $5,000.
Eolia Mansion at Harkness State
The address is 275 Great Neck Rd, Waterford. Nestled on the shoreline of Waterford, Connecticut, this elegant mansion offers breathtaking views of Long Island Sound. It has manicured gardens, a stone terrace, and a beautiful ballroom. The price of $5,100
includes exclusive use of the mansion's first floor and south courtyard tent for 5 hours.
The Society Room of Hartford
This event venue is located at 31 Pratt St, Hartford, and the historic venue boasts magnificent architecture. It includes a marble staircase, beautifully frescoed ceilings, and crystal chandeliers. It provides a luxurious and timeless setting for weddings. The venue can accommodate up to 300 guests and prices start at 15,000.
New Hampshire Wedding Venues
Wentworth By The Sea Country Club
Country Club at 60 Wentworth Rd, Rye. This private club is near the shore and enjoys magnificent waterfront views and a romantic atmosphere. The hotel has manicured grounds and a historic clubhouse. It can accommodate up to 250 guests in this setting. Three options are available: lawn, clubhouse, and tent weddings. Reception prices start at $30,000
The Preserve at Chocorua
This venue, located at 88 Philbrick Neighborhood Rd, Tamworth, is a rustic and secluded wedding venue nestled in the White Mountains. It offers scenic views, a charming barn, and plenty of outdoor space for the ceremony. Outdoor activities such as sleigh rides and hiking are also available. Approximate prices will start at $1000.
The Farmhouse, located at 33 Bishop Cutoff, Lisbon, is a historic and beautifully landscaped site in the White Mountains. It offers a restored 1876 farmhouse, a barn, and lush greenery. There is also a romantic bistro with a terrace to relax in. Accommodating up to 200 guests, prices start at $15,000.
Rhode Island Wedding Venues
The Chanler at Cliff Walk
A luxury hotel located at 117 Memorial Blvd, Newport. The Chanler offers luxurious accommodations and a grand mansion setting with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and access to their world-class restaurant. Specializing in weddings for up to 120 guests with access to their world-class restaurant. Site rentals start at $10,000.
Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum
Historic mansion on 33 acres located at 101 Ferry Rd, Bristol with breathtaking views of Narragansett Bay. Large tents are available in the outdoor area, followed by sunset views. Accommodating up to 225 guests, weekend wedding rates start at $12,995.
Situated in the heart of Providence, The Dorrance is a restored bank building with a sophisticated atmosphere and elegant decor. The most special feature is the long, luxurious bar, which can accommodate up to 200 guests throughout the venue. Venue rentals start at $7,500
New Jersey Wedding Venues
The Ashford Estate
Located at 637 Province Line Rd, Allentown, this elegant property is nestled in a picturesque setting. Surrounded by hundreds of acres of beautifully preserved farmland, it features sparkling fountains, waterfalls, garden pavilions, expansive views, and of course, luxurious private suites. The wedding venue can accommodate up to 300 guests. Starting at $10,000
Mallard Island Yacht Club
A club surrounded by water at 1450 NJ-72, Manahawkin. six more venues to choose from in the luxurious private island mansion. The center plaza boasts grand arches and ornate ceilings reminiscent of old-world glamour. The ballroom can accommodate up to 250 people, and prices for receptions start at $20,000
Liberty House Restaurant & Events
This waterfront event venue is located at 76 Audrey Zapp Dr, Jersey City. It features unparalleled views of the New York City skyline, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, and the Liberty Landing Pier. The Grand Ballroom features a marble floor and floor-to-ceiling windows. The venue can accommodate up to 300 people and venue rental fees start at $8,000
Delaware Wedding Venues
The Queen Wilmington
This dazzling venue is located at 500 N Market St, Wilmington is downtown. It is a historic music venue that offers a unique and eclectic atmosphere. The venue features a grand ballroom with a stage, state-of-the-art sound system, and elegant décor. The venue can accommodate up to 200 guests and wedding reception prices start from $3,000
The Cordrey Center
The address is 30366 Cordrey Rd, Millsboro, and its restored barn and surrounding gardens provide a rustic and charming setting. The venue offers a range of services, including in-house catering, bar service, and event coordination. It has indoor and outdoor options and can accommodate up to 200 guests. Venue rental rates start at $3,500.
The Waterfall Catering and Special Events
With an address at 3416 Philadelphia Pike, Claymont, The Waterfall has a modern venue. Centered around a stunning indoor waterfall. The spacious ballroom features contemporary décor and customizable LED lighting systems. The venue can accommodate up to 500 guests. Prices for venue rentals start at $6,000.
Maryland Wedding Venues
Located at 1 East Chase Street and built-in 1902 as a historic landmark in Baltimore, The Belvedere showcases stunning architecture and classic charm. It offers a variety of event spaces, including a rooftop ballroom with panoramic views of the city. Inside, the décor is more vintage and ornate. Accommodating up to 500 guests, venue rentals start at $8,000.
Evergreen Museum & Library
This grand Gilded Age mansion is located at 4545 N Charles St, Baltimore. It is full of history with a house museum and research library. With beautiful gardens, this venue offers a mix of elegance and history. It's architectural details and scenic surroundings provide a unique backdrop. As well as a tour of the museum's collection. Accommodates up to 200 guests and starts at $6,000
Chesapeake Bay Beach Club
Located at 500 Marina Club Rd, Stevensville, this venue offers stunning waterfront views and an elegant ballroom. It also has an oceanfront ceremony venue and luxurious accommodations. There are four ballrooms in total, three indoor and one outdoor. Accommodations for up to 300 guests start at $10,000
District of Columbia Wedding Venues
Larz Anderson House
Located at 2118 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, the Anderson House, established in 1905, is a stunning Beaux-Arts mansion that offers a romantic and intimate setting for weddings. The venue features beautiful gardens, a grand staircase, and gorgeous rooms decorated with historic artwork. It can accommodate up to 200 guests and has access to the house's magnificent library. Prices start from $8,000.
Located at 800 16th St NW, Washington, across from the White House, the hotel offers magnificent views of the iconic landmark. This venue has many event spaces, including a rooftop terrace from which the White House can be used as a photo backdrop. Wedding venues can accommodate up to 250 guests and prices start at $15,000.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Located at 1250 New York Ave NW, Washington, this unique venue celebrates women artists and offers a distinctive setting for weddings. With its stunning architecture and world-class art collection, it provides an exquisite atmosphere for your special day. The venue offers a variety of event spaces, including an assembly hall and mezzanine level, and can accommodate up to 400 guests. However, the museum is temporarily closed for renovations.
Maine Wedding Venues
The resort's address is 354 Goose Rocks Rd, Kennebunkport, and is nestled in a secluded wooded area. Featuring elegant indoor and outdoor spaces. Surrounded by 60 acres of birch and balsam fir, it features two outdoor pools and a three-room treetop spa. It ensures an unforgettable wedding experience. Prices start from US$10,000
The farm is located at 254 W Fryeburg Rd, Fryeburg. This rustic and chic site features a restored 18th-century farmhouse and a spacious barn with panoramic mountain views. Of course, there are also seasonal gardens and a woodland church. The most special feature is the provision of a cable car to reach the top of the mountain, which is also a popular backdrop for photos. It can accommodate up to 250 guests and prices start from $6,500.
Portland Regency Hotel & Spa
The address is 20 Milk St, Portland, and is centrally located, offering a blend of classic elegance and modern amenities. With many event spaces, on-site catering, and a spa, it can accommodate intimate and large weddings. Accommodations range from 10 to 220 guests, with rates starting at $3,500.
Conclusion "When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible." When Harry Met Sally
Finally, we've rounded up our recommendations for wedding venues in each of the remaining states. Choosing the perfect wedding venue is an important step in creating your dream wedding. It sets the tone for the entire celebration and provides the backdrop for your special day. No matter what style of wedding venue you prefer, there is a venue above that perfectly suits your style and preferences.
Last but not least, don't forget to check out Quictent's wedding tent
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Residential Contracting 101
With over 20 years of building experience, I would like to share with you my insights in navigating becoming a successful contractor. With many different avenues of the building world its key to understand what problems will arise on any given day. A man once told a saying that stuck-the 6 p’s in life- Piss Poor Preparation leads to Piss Poor Performance. Preparation builds everything in construction, without preparation the jobsite will not run correctly. The best advice I was ever given was to learn a little about every trade giving you the ability to understand trade lingo and secrets. An example would be painters use the terminology flash; this means when the sub structure bleads through the paint. Subcontractors will give the best pricing if they respect your knowledge of the industry. If the subcontractor feels they will have to hold your hand through the job they will charge an extra fee…i.e. I call it the aggravation fee. In this blog I will explain the key elements in finding success in all aspects of the industry. Contracting is a physically and emotionally demanding job which requires planning and foresight to complete projects on time within budget. Picking your customer is just as important as picking your employees or subcontractors. I have worked for some of the most demanding customers leading me to question at the end if the job was even worth it. Sleepless nights, constant changes, lack of payment, lawsuit threats, adding work that was in the contract are just a few things you could face with a tough customer. With so many moving parts at all times it is critical to be able to adapt to changes within a short time frame. Materials will come in damaged, subcontractors will be late, employees will get sick, but the deadline you set does not change. The stress can be overwhelming at times keeping your mind in a good place is key to navigating all that is thrown at you. Choosing your client picking the right jobs-Keep these questions in mind The first question to be asked is what the time frame is to start the job to see if it fits within the timeframe for your business. If the time frame doesn’t work then move on from the project or let them know when you would be available to start. If the client really wants to use, they will wait until you are available. Taking on too much work will only lead to problems. Construction is a serviced based business, staying on top of the project and client will eliminate an unhappy customer and construction issues that will be over seen. With online presence if details are missed and customer service lacks it will only be a matter of time the phone will not ring. The second question to be asked to the client is do they have a budget in mind for the project. If they answer yes this is good, follow through with what the budget is. If the budget seems low let them know, this will eliminate a tire kicker, educate them on what the price range could be. If the budget seems reasonable then continue the discussion to the next question. If they answer no let them know that you can give them an estimate to see if the project is feasible with their finical capabilities. Taking on a job that is not correctly budgeted will lead to an unsatisfied customer due to non-transparency of the construction cost. The third question to be asked is anyone else bidding on the job, if the answer is yes, understand you might just be number check for the contractor doing the job. Dig a little deeper and find out how many numbers they are getting and why. If your business model is to be competitive be completely transparent with customer, this will gain trust with them. Let them know you get what you pay for and if you they choose the lowest bid it could lead into lack of quality of work.
The fourth question I will ask is there any specific subcontractors they wanted to use. If the answer is yes then I would explain to them you only use the subcontractors you have a working relationship with. Otherwise, this could backfire as the subcontractor might not show, do subpar work, talk behind your back to the homeowner. In my experience I would stay away from using any homeowner to alleviate problems down the road. A quick conversation now can save headaches down the road. The fifth question I will ask are planning on getting the job permitted, this needs to be known it takes more time for the permitting process. Plans will have to drawn submitted and approved to the city before work can commence. The sixth question I will ask if a residential remodel is are you going to be living through the remodel if yes understand this will take more time to navigate the project due to answering questions and cleaning the house on a daily occurrence. I would recommend seeing if the customer would be willing to move into an Airbnb or friends for at least the demo portion of the project. If they do plan on living through the remodel add a couple hours a day to accommodate the extra time that will be required. The seventh question I would ask in a residential remodel is how old the house is to see if there is asbestos that would need to removed by a proper company. A home built before 1979 will most likely have some asbestos in the house, use a licensed company with proper insurance to dispose of the materials. If everything looks good to this point find out a little more about the client personality. If the client seems reasonable, I would bid the job. Unreasonable people can cause you more stress than its worth. These are some red flags I would look out for. Some jobs are not worth the money. Very demanding in the way you are going to perform your job- I.e., tell you how you are going to do your job- You’re the professional not them! Give you a hard time about your price- haggle with price you estimated- The price is the price! If they are a family with little money and you want to help them out is one thing, if they are trying to beat you down is another. Mention they have a lawyer-there is no need for them to bring up that they have a lawyer - Run for the hills as if the job goes south, you will be the one losing out! Tell you what the payment terms are. It’s your business you get paid how it works for your company. If you want to get paid every Friday, put it into your contract-If the clients do not agree move on it will save you frustrations If they talk bad about the last contractor, chances are they will talk bad about you. There is a reason why the contractor does not work for them anymore, unless he did subpar work this a red flag Clients are using an interior decorator that will purchasing all of the materials- The materials could be ordered incorrectly by the interior designer your company will not make the mark-up it deserves. Interior decorators usually add time to the job as well as act like your boss. Charging a little extra for the time and stress that it will entail is only fair. Clients want to purchase the materials- You are using your knowledge to buy the correct materials-The mark up on the materials keeps the doors open working for wages only pays the bills The husband and wife do not get along-You will become the mediator between the couple it will lead to taking sides a losing proposition- A drama free work place is always best! Dangling carrot-if you do this job the next one will be better-Only look at what there offering at the present moment, if its not a good fit do not take the job for a job down the road…Its not worth chasing a job that might not happen! The Art of the Sale First things first selling your company is all about presentation. In meeting your clients for the first time show up with a collared golf shirt tucked in, belt, nice jeans, and newer shoes. Have a truck that a clean, no dents scratches, preferably washed the day you are going into your meeting. Have a leather note pad that is clean no dirt or paint visible. Show up 5 minutes early, if you’re running a little late shoot them a text to let them know. Treat the situation as if were going on a first date, best foot forward. As you introduce yourself give them a warm greeting, letting them know you are very interested in the work. Find out a little about them, hobbies, where they lived, etc etc. You are going to be working with them on a daily basis its nice to know what makes them tick. Having a good working relationship from the start is key forming a solid relationship. As the conversation progresses find out who wears the pants in the family…ie who’s the final decision maker. If its fits the wife, chances it is…..then kindly let the husband know happy wife happy life when their in a stall mate on an issue. As your looking at the project throw in some suggestions of what you think would look good from past experiences, this will get their attention that you have knowledge and want what’s best for them. If you see ways to save them money in their project let them know, money is a large point of the sale keep that in mind. Mention that you’re not the least expensive contractor but you’re not the most expensive either. Your customer satisfaction is your number one goal which leads to more time spent on keeping them happy. One happy customer will lead to another, one unsatisfied customer leads to work in the future. Bring up the fact the finishing the job on time is key goal to your business, many contractors run several jobs at once causing the jobs to be finished way behind schedule. You must stand out as having integrity, good morals, and the ability to problem solve to get the job. The clients will be testing you to see if you’re a good fit as well. Keep in mind as you take your notes that you must not forget anything they mention as it will come back before the job is completed…i.e. we mentioned that to you before we started the job! Take pictures of the proposed area for work, that way you can use it to better right your estimate. Let them know you will give them a detailed outline of when the job will be completed letting them see how long each phase will take and correlate it with your payment schedule. Before you leave their house let them know when the estimate will be sent to them. MAKE SURE YOU HIT THAT DEADLINE! Once you sent the email over with estimate make sure you get confirmation that they received it. Wait at least 2 days before checking with them, hopefully they contact you first! If they want negotiate the price, let them know that it is the best price that you can manage, its not worth losing money before you start. I closed 80% of the work I estimated by being very transparent and friendly. If you come off with an attitude charge double what the going rates are you might only land 1 out of 10 jobs as well as getting the reputation of being expensive. Bidding the job Looking up industry standards on pricing is what I would go buy for pricing. If you google the coat of any installation there will be a cost range for everything. Looking at the cost ranging from high to low I would tend to be in the middle. Some items might be low on the internet if this is the case use your best judgment not to lose money. Closing sales is key to success and keep the doors open for business. Being in the middle on pricing is key as most customers shy away from contractors that are extremely low or high on the price range. I tend not bid out hourly as wages do not pay for retirement. Bidding is better as customers no the exact price of the cost of construction. It also keeps the job moving quicker as time and material contractors take longer to complete projects…Thus costing the client more money and valuable time they could spend in their house. Using a Contract Using a detailed estimate tied to a contract covers your butt in 99% of the time. Having a piece of mind that every aspect of the job is covered in the estimate and contract protects both your company and the client. Key terms to include in your estimate/contract are. Have a schedule on excel showing the start dates and dates of each trade this will show the customer you are organized with time lines. If not written in the detailed in the estimate the item is excluded- This ensures if its not written down its not included. TBD- To be Determined- A phrase on a line item that has yet to had final decision of products or service needed. -The pricing will follow the decisions to be finalized Give out what your written warranty will be for parts and labor this changes state to state. If the homeowner provides the product than no warranty will be given on that particular item. In the contract have a start date and end date with the verbiage subject to change due to weather, product delivery, change orders Have a progress payment schedule to ensure the client understands when funding will be expected-Including if not payment is rendered service to the project will stop. Have written terms of how change orders will be charged-cost plus 20% or a set fee Make sure in your contract that arbitration is required versus going to court- This will save lawyer fees and going to court Many contracts can be found online and each state requires different contracts
Finding leads Finding leads is easy with the right network of people. I personally do not find working for friends or family members a good fit. Relationships get strained when money is involved, causing undue stress for both parties. I have listed a couple of ways to build a network or find work using the internet. Get in contact with realtor’s- Realtors have a big client base of homeowners who need work done Contact local Architects to see if they are working with any general contractors Leave some business cards at your local materials suppliers-Doowindow/lumber-many times clients will ask salesman for a referral. Join a business networking group- BNI is one of many Join a internet website lead generation company- Houzz, Angie’s List, Home Advisor, thumbtack, Yelp run an ad on craigslist Use a marketing company to market your website-This could become costly with little results Create a Facebook business page Create a Yelp business page
Building your subcontractor base Having 2 subcontractors for every trade, gives you the flexibility of completing jobs on time if the one the subcontractors is too busy at the time you need their service. Your subcontractors are the face of your business, choose owner run companies that are professional. Check to make sure there license are up to date..ie workman’s comp, liability insurance, state license. Choosing subcontractors with lettered vans, logoed t-shirts is s key to looking professional in the clients’ eyes. In the past I have gotten a lot of subcontractors for material supply shops, stopping by jobsites, researching the internet using Yelp, Home Advisor, etc etc. Once you get one good subcontractor ask them if they know any other trades they would recommend. One good subcontractor leads to another in most cases. The key to having a good group of subcontractors is to let them know that you are there to get help them get the job done. They do work for you but without them you are nothing…keep that in mind! Make them aware a clean jobsite is required at the end of everyday to ensure the proper safety for all parties including theirs! Over the years I have referred a lot of companies work when there is only 1 trade needed. Referring work to subcontractors is a good way to get top priority when you have work that needs to be completed ASAP. Timing is everything in times of emergency having a good group of subcontractors will make your business run smoothly. Pay your subcontractors immediately after performing work, this will make them feel appreciated! A happy subcontractor is one that will gladly go the extra mile for you knowing that there not just a number to your business! Buying lunch once a week for the jobsite is always a good token of appreciation!
Supervising In supervising any jobsite its key to monitor everything from materials on hand, weather, vehicle parking (if applicable), jobsite safety, and subcontractors’ workmanship. If you hired a professional there should be little supervision in the work being performed, on rare occasions a new hire might need some mentoring to get the results completed correctly. If you see a problem with there work address it with the worker directly, no need to call his boss…. building repour with the worker letting him know you got his back goes miles down the road! Checking in on the job first in the morning to answer any questions or changes that need to be conveyed and once in the afternoon to make sure all work be completed is done per construction industry standards. A job that is run blindly will have many more issues than one that is watched over. I have seen many jobs with no site supervision, leading to subpar quality work as well as safety hazards. Its better to be like an eagle than cluck like a turkey!
Working with the City/Inspectors On permitted jobs the city and site inspector will be a large part of how smoothly the job runs. Each phase of construction has an inspection allowing for the project to continue. Make sure your subcontractors are aware that the project is inspected before starting the job. The best way to stay on his good side is to provide a clean jobsite and having the job built to the highest standards possible. When having the site inspected be courteous to the inspector asking any questions or concerns you have with the work during the job. Being completely transparent will save you aggravation of problems down the road. The more he trust you the better if you seem sneaky or rude he will make your life a living nightmare! Many inspectors will have an attitude towards you….I suggest keeping quiet and doing what ever he wants….he’s the boss no need to get in a pissing match you will not win at. How to deal with irate customer Stay calm during any argument with an irate customer. Never raise your voice or show that you are bothered by their disgruntled behavior. If the customer is trying to get more from you than agreed upon stand your ground. Worst case scenario is you walk from the job, which in the long run be more of a loss for the client. I have only run into a couple of these clients; they are unreasonable and not worth losing sleep over a few dollars. Its best to terminate the relationship as it would be my best guess that a referral from this customer would not be one you wanted anyway. If you feel it was just a miscommunication on your end, take reasonability and remedy the problem. Taking accountability for your mistake will go a far way in their eyes and on future issues that arise. Prepping the homeowner pre-construction Before starting the job, it very important to give the homeowners a warning of what will happen during the construction process.
- All furniture in the proposed working area must be moved- I would recommend having the clients take care of this to limit the risk of damage to their belongings.
- There will be dust that will be in the house up to 3 months after construction-I would recommend hiring a construction cleaning company at the end of the job even so after it is cleaned dust will be present months after words.
- There will be conflicts between you in the homeowner at some course of the job. - You will do your best to eliminate them as quickly as they arise-i.e. material damages, miscommunication, job delays
- All decisions on materials must be made before the start of the job- this will eliminate job stoppage due to materials not being on site.
- All materials will be on site before commencement of job-
- Payment structures must be made per contract otherwise job will stop until payment rendered
- Cars are to be moved out of the driveway- Ensures ease of loading and unloading of materials/tools
- Give the specific hours that workers will be present- i.e. 7-3:30
- Determine what areas are allowed to be used as staging for tools/materials
- If animals are present in the home that they put outside or in a room during the day
- All valuables in the house are locked in safe
- Ask if using client’s household bathroom is okay or to bring in Porter Potty
- Being transparent as possible is key to keeping a great relationship with your client!
During Construction During construction it is key to take detailed photos to eliminate any damages that were not caused by the construction process. I would also make a video to ensure all areas are included. All subcontractors should also take progress pictures to ensure if problems arise in the future, they will not be responsible for any work that they did not perform. Keep an on-going log of progress to the homeowners and share the pictures for there records. This will keep homeowners excited of the progress being made. When the house is gutted to the studs it is important to have construction photos showing where all utilities are run in the walls or sub floor. If there is a problem in the future there will photos showing all utility locations. Protect all flooring with plywood or floor protective. I also like to protect front door and tarp all areas where subcontractors are to be working. Make sure to cover any chandeliers/furniture/doorways with plastic to eliminate dust. Ask the homeowners if they have any concerns that they could think of. We’re all human and possibly a detail was missed! Post Construction Phase If the project went smoothly appreciation should be shown to the customer. Find out if the husband likes a particular type of liquor. Bring the wife a bouquet of flowers. Send a Christmas card to the family letting how much you appreciated the work. You know you have done a good job if they tell you they will refer you to their friends. The best compliment you could receive is a good referral. In Summary Try to find a knitch in the market, I found kitchens to be a great remodel projects. Bathrooms are tough as they are small, expensive with little profit margin with every trade involved. Windows/doors are also another great knitch as they can be installed quickly. There are so many different remodeling items that can be stream lined to make the selling installing process flawless. Once the core group subcontractors are in place the job almost runs itself. Every day is a learning experience with new materials or methods in construction. Keeping up with codes, materials, fluctuating labor and material cost is a job within itself. Anyone can be a contractor with the right mindset.
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2023.06.02 17:25 KirbyPro Low-income environmental justice neighborhood in Westfield MA needs help fighting the construction of 500 storage units in EPA restricted contaminated lot.
TLDR: Hey everyone, my neighborhood is currently in a fight against our city, and a business trying to construct 500 storage units in a lot in our neighborhood. This lot is heavily contaminated with hazardous chemicals within the soil and still has an active EPA easement on it. Despite this, the planning board gave the okay for the business to build on this lot. We are currently appealing this decision on our own, but do not have an attorney and have quickly realized we need one as we are now being attacked by the attorney of the business for a $50,000 bond. If you can help us in any way, find an attorney, give us helpful information on who to contact, or do anything at all please let me know.
Below is a press release that tells a bit more about what is going on:
The Lozierville environmental justice community has appealed the Westfield Planning Board's decision to greenlight the construction of 500 storage units in an empty lot adjacent to their neighborhood. The residents of this close-knit community believe that the planning board's decision did not take the health and safety of the community into proper consideration. The land approved for construction is located at the end of Cleveland Ave, the narrowest road in a neighborhood. There are also many environmental concerns with the approved project. The lot was previously part of Columbia Manufacturing and is currently under an EPA-restrictive easement due to hazardous contamination. Construction on the site would bring contaminates to the surface which could spread through the air and water into the neighborhood. The spring rain has recently flooded the nearby wetlands abutting this property and flooded the residents of Gold St.
Long before the EPA was created, Columbia Manufacturing was a booming business producing bicycles and school furniture. During this time, when Columbia Manufacturing needed to get rid of any hazardous materials, they took the easiest route and disposed of residual toxic sludge into two man-made “lagoons” on the facility property (https://cite.case.law/f-supp/893/1162/
). Years later, the EPA found these grounds to be contaminated.
A consent decree was signed by the landowners to only allow a small portion of the land to be used as a working environment and the rest to not be disturbed. The current proposed storage unit plan would go against this decree and dig up the contaminated land below, bringing potentially hazardous soil to the surface and dust particles into the air and the adjacent neighborhood, tobacco fields, and wetlands.
The section of Westfield known as “Lozierville” is part of what is known as Poverty Plains. The neighborhood holds a much lower income population than others nearby and is in fact an environmental justice community. The fact that the city is allowing this project to still be on the table is undermining the health and safety concerns of all the people within this part of town. This a classic case of classism. The neighbors are not standing for it.
The neighborhood has banded together with “Save Our Neighborhood” signs down every street and a Facebook page urging the residents of Westfield to learn more about the current state of their community and this project. The law provides the right to appeal a decision made by a governing body and this environmental justice community has done just that. As more and more residents step up to help the community in their fight, they are seeking legal assistance. If you would like to learn more or help this community please find them on fb u/saveward2b
or email [[email protected]
Again please let me know if you can help us in any way at all. Thank you for your time.
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2023.06.01 06:21 whirlpool4 Events for Fri 6/2 - Sun 6/4
** Fri 6/2 *\
* Fri 4 PM Rave Cave Grand Opening
121 7th St. NW NM Rave Cave and ASTRL Entertainment are teaming up to bring you the Ultimate Rave Experience at our Grand Opening! We have a stacked lineup with @ myriceiscooked, @ lisalsamusic_ and @ geezydubzz. Complete with Ticket Giveaways and other surprises. Don't forget to head to Revel ABQ after for the Perry Wayne & Sqishi show too! *** TICKETS
ARE FOR SHOW AFTER GRAND OPENING *** Fri 4 - 7 PM RANA & OffCenter Arts Fashion Show & Clothing Swap
Washington Middle School Park, 1001-1099 Park Ave SW Join the Raynolds Addition Neighborhood Association (RANA) for the launch of their Summer Series of events at the newly named, Bennie Hargrove Park! In partnership with OffCenter Arts, DowntownACD, ABQ Artwalk and CABQ Parks & Rec bring your friends, family, and pets to our Fashion Show & Clothing Swap! Live music from RANA resident, DJ Infinite Kiss. Food truck: Carnitas Las Chanclitas. So many ways to join in the community fun! Not into modeling? Come out and watch the show! Browse the clothing swap! Support a local food truck! Stop by on your way to the rest of ABQ Artwalk! All are welcome- come meet your neighbors (click link for more info about fashion show and clothing swap) Fri 5 - 8 PM Country Dance
CSP Dance Studios, Get ready to kick up your heels and have the time of your life at our upcoming country dance! We've got an amazing lineup of social dances including 2-step, East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, Night Club 2-step, and more. Come show off your best moves and have a blast with us. See you there! $10 at the door cash or check. Welcome Lesson included with entry from 6:00-6:30pm Fri 5:30 - 8 PM Workout & Wine *Ladies Night\*
BFit505, 11816 Central Ave SE Ladies! Happy Hour Workout at the Box! What to expect: Introductions, Warm Up, Workout, Cool Down, and Hang Out! NonAlcoholic options will be made available. It's going to be a great night! Only happens once a year- so don't miss out. Just $5 to join in on the fun! (more info and RSVP) Fri 6 PM Three movies, one park
Balloon Fiesta Park, 9401 Balloon Fiesta Pkwy NE We've collaborated with the City of Albuquerque to bring 𝐌𝐨𝐯𝐢𝐞 𝐌𝐚𝐧𝐢𝐚: 𝐒𝐩𝐥𝐚𝐬𝐡 𝐈𝐧𝐭𝐨 𝐒𝐮𝐦𝐦𝐞𝐫 to the Balloon Fiesta Park! We're showing three movies for this event: Jaws, Luca, and Aquaman
. This event is completely free, but please note that seating is on a first come, first served basis. Gates open at 6 pm and the movies begin at dusk (all at the same time
). Food trucks and vendors will be on site, and we're also offering free parking. Moviegoers may bring blankets, lawn chairs, and personal food or drink items. Absolutely no alcohol, no glass, no pets (service animals only), no sharp or dangerous items, or video recording devices allowed. For additional details, call our hotline at (505) 314-0477. We'll see you at the movies! Fri 6 PM Milonga Del Corazon
Tango in Bloom, 3409 Central Ave NE Join Tango in Bloom and Mila's Mesa for an evening of delicious food and dancing! DJ Fer will be bringing the tandas, you bring your shoes and lets dance! $15 cover cover includes a glass of wine or a botanical beverage. Please RSVP if you plan to come so that we can get a head count for the food. Thank you! Fri 6 - 7 PM Yoga with Cats
Catopia Cat Cafe, 8001 Wyoming Blvd. NE, Ste C5 Please visit catopiacatcafe.com
to reserve your spot! $20/person. Please bring a yoga mat and a sense of humor! Fri 6 - 8:30 PM Zoo Music - Pixie and the Partygrass Boys
ABQ BioPark, 903 10th St. SW Bring the family to Zoo Music during the summer to enjoy performances by national touring entertainment. Plan to spend an evening with wildlife, food, music and fun. Hailed as “the hottest band in the Wasatch” by the Intermountain Acoustic Music Association, Pixie and The Partygrass Boys is composed of lifelong professional musicians drawn together by a common love of bluegrass and skiing in the Wasatch. Featuring soulful, often harmonic vocals and solid strings and rhythm, this tight-knit crew was born out of the belly of a warm cabin after a long day on the slopes- drinking whiskey and singing into the night. With a high energy sound and a love for silly outfits, they travel the land spreading the gospel of whiskey, chickens, and fun for everyone. Dusk is one of the more active times for animals and a great time to learn about the Zoo’s conservation initiatives. Check out the variety of animal exhibits open during Zoo Music! Doors open at 6 PM. Music starts at 7 PM (tickets) Fri 7 PM Divination Nation
Sidewinders Bar and Grill, 4200 Central Ave SE Join us for a night of entertainment and witchery. There will be numerous local entertainers personifying the Major Arcana as well as readings done by Off Grid Creations. This show is “Pay What it’s Worth”— Suggested Cover is $10, VIP available for $20 (gift bag and reserved seating). Free parking, food and drinks, indoor and outdoor seating. See you there! Fri 7 PM Vibestrong Album Release Party!
Insideout, 622 Central Ave SW (Reggae / Rock influenced band from ABQ) Help us celebrate our debut album ‘These Mountains’ with special guests Dre Z, Amanda Machon, and Keith Sanchez! DJ’s Supremo Funk and Jimmy Djembe! Let’s Party! Fri 7 PM Movies in the Park - Strange World
Rotary Park, 370 Rotary Park Rd., Bernalillo
MOVIES IN THE PARK is back this SUMMER! We will feature a different movie at our local parks every FRIDAY night in June. Movies will begin at sundown and we will serve popcorn for free! Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and beverages. All movies are FREE! In the case of inclement weather, movies will be cancelled Fri 8 PM June Tunes with The Burque Jazz Bandits
Echoes, 3131 Gold SW Jive into June with a drop of Jazz and a glass of happy served up by Jake. $10 cover at the door and it ALL goes to the band! And that's not all- Bring your top Bandit requests because you'll be helping us build the set list for the evening! Fri 8 - 9:30 PM Casa Flamenca -The Best Flamenco Tablao Shows
401 Rio Grande Blvd. NW Casa Flamenca exciting live performances with artist in residence from Spain. Come and live the experience, The Best Flamenco in the USA! known for the artistic quality and authenticity of their flamenco productions, Casa Flamenca is excited to bring you special guest artists-in-residence from Spain: internationally acclaimed flamenco guitarist Juani de La Isla, flamenco singer from el Puerto Santa Maria, Cádiz, Sebastian Sanchez, Flamenco bailaora and living legend from Seville, Spain, Carmen Ledesma and From Madrid the incredible bailaor Alejandro Granados. This is a tablao performance not to miss and where magic will happen! (tickets) Fri 8 PM - 12 AM Brazilian Night
Juno, 1501 1st St. NW It's time for the ABQ Brazilian community to get together and PARTY (tickets) Fri 8 PM - 1 AM Leftover Soul ft. Morning Remorse
Sister, 407 Central Ave NW Leftover Soul is back! DJ Morning Remorse is coming out from Portland, OR with a bag full of 45s to join DJ Leftovers. This all vinyl soul dance party has been happening in downtown Albuquerque for almost a decade. With DJ Leftovers at the helm Leftover Soul is always a funky good time. This month’s guest DJ is Morning Remorse: “The best selector other selectors select.” He been moving Portland people for years, known for digging up little known soul, psych and fuzz records. Purveyors of vinyl platters Slolow Vinyl Records will be popping up as well. Guaranteed excellent selection of LPs and 45s. Come get down! Fri 9 PM Chatter Late Works
ChatterAbq, 912 3rd St. NW Doors Open at 8:15. General Admission: $15
. Scott Wollschleger Denny’s, Luke Gullickson Pasacalle NM-59 for octave violin, Georg Friedrich Haas Solo for viola d’amore, Nico Muhly Etudes for viola, David Lang Mystery Sonatas for violin, David Felberg violin, octave violin, viola, viola d’amore. Cash Bar provided by Rumor Brewing Fri 9 PM - 2 AM Pride Kick Off Party Night 1 - Starring Kerri Colby
Historic Lobo Theater, 3013 Central Ave NE Join us for Albuquerque Prides Kick-Off Weekend as we get started with the largest drag show in town! (tickets) Fri 10:30 PM Part V of Third Saturday in October, an 80s slasher tribute screening w/ producer & art director!
The Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave NE Check out the trailer
. Dir. Jay Burleson - 2023 - 89m - ALL SEATS $8. BONUS - PRODUCER FRANK CRAFTS AND THE ART DIRECTOR ELLAR COLTRANE (OF BOYHOOD FAME!) WILL BE IN PERSON FOR TALK/Q&A! It’s Part V. Unstoppable killer Jakkariah “Jack” Harding is back in town after seven years, as he stalks and kills at random before chancing upon a football watch party. The game is, of course, between longstanding rivals the Alabama-Mobile Seahawks and Tennessee A&M Commonwealth. Chaos ensues, in increasingly ridiculous fashion, with inventive murders and multiple love triangles. Hearts are broken and appendages are torn ** Sat 6/3 *\
* Sat 7 AM - 12 PM Garage Sale and Craft Fair
5620 Laredo Rd. NE, Rio Rancho
All proceeds will be going to the nonprofit Standing n the Gap Anchoring Young Adults. You can either donate items to be sold, or if you choose to sell your item or crafts - renting a space will be a flat fee of $25. Come join the fun, get really good deals! Sat 8 - 11 AM Run for Mercy
Hoffmantown Church, 8888 Harper Dr. NE Join us for our annual Run for Mercy 5k run/walk to support Mercy Multiplied and New Mexico for Mercy. When you Run for Mercy, you help people walk in FREEDOM! Whether you prefer to run or walk, all our welcome! This is a family-friendly and pet-friendly event. We love and welcome all the support! Mercy Multiplied exists to provide opportunities for all to experience God's unconditional love, forgiveness, and life-transforming power (register) Sat 8 - 11 AM First Saturday Clean Up Painting Day!
Historic Fairview Cemetery, 700 Yale Blvd. SE The first Saturday of each month, volunteers come to Historic Fairview Cemetery to help improve the grounds and appreciate this local historical treasure. For this event on June 3, we are going to tackle painting over graffiti on the cemetery walls. We'll provide the paint, brushes, paint trays and other supplies, you provide the arm power! Water and snacks will also be provided. Directions to find us in the cemetery: At 700 Yale Blvd. SE, enter through the gates of Fairview Memorial Park, near the intersection with Caesar Chavez Blvd. Drive straight ahead toward the cemetery office. At the intersection, turn left and head north into Historic Fairview Cemetery. It's just to the left of the wall that says Congregation Albert Cemetery Sat 8 AM -12 PM Los Ranchos Art Market!
Los Ranchos Art Market, 6718 Rio Grande NW Looking for something to do with friends or family at NO COST? Come see us every Saturday
! All products are beautifully handcrafted by our very talented local artisans right here in the Land of Enchantment. Located in the same area is our local growers market with produce, food, and music for the whole family (fur babies are always welcome too!) Plenty of free parking! Free admission! Beautiful park for the kiddos to play and burn some energy! Wide open space to enjoy and unwind! We'll see you there! Tell all of your friends! Like and share, spread the word! and as always, thank you for supporting our local businesses! Sat 9 - 10:30 AM Yoga along the river
Tingley Beach Dock, 1800 Tingley Dr. SW Featuring, Stephanie Bilal & Michael Guzzio. This 90 minute class will begin with Michael leading us through breath work, followed by Stephanie guiding us through a yoga flow, ending with a guided healing meditation (tickets) Sat 9 AM - 12 PM Annual Bus Stop Cleaning
Uptown Transit Center, 2298 Indiana St. NE ABQ RIDE is looking for volunteers to help staff pick up trash and clean bus stops along the Central corridor in preparation for upcoming summer events. Breakfast burritos and cleaning equipment will be provided. Our event will begin at the Uptown Transit Center and teams will spread out to beautify our transit system in the heart of our city! Sat 9 AM - 1 PM Summer Maker Market
FUSE Makerspace, 101 Broadway Blvd. NE, Ste 3100 Join us and support local during our next Maker Market! This event is FREE and open to the public to shop for gifts and gadgets from local makers and have the opportunity to make some of your own! Sat 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM Spidey-Fest
Flix Brewhouse, 3236 La Orilla Rd. NW Swing into the Spider-Verse at our Spidey-Fest! Help us celebrate the opening of the sequel with activities, party favors, and a special appearance by Miles Morales himself! (tickets) Sat 10 AM - 1 PM Stitch's Sewing Service
Indian Motorcycle of Albuquerque, 4509 Alameda Blvd. NE "Stitch" will be here to sew on your patches, hem your chaps, and make repairs! Don't worry, if you miss her this time, she'll be back another time. OR! Drop off your items and she'll let you know when they're ready. **Please note: Stitch's Sewing Services is not affiliated with Indian Motorcycles of Albuquerque. Stitch is coming here as her own company so please direct all questions for her. Thanks! Sat 10 AM - 5 PM Antique Tractor Show
Corrales Recreation Center, 500 Jones Rd., Corrales Antique tractors and cars. Presenting farm tractor progression over 80 years of farming. Free admission Sat 11 AM - 1 PM Devon Sandoval Signing Session
New Mexico United, 3500 Central Ave SE, Ste 2 Kicking off Devon Sandoval Night with a signing session at the Team Store. Stop by to meet Dev and be one of the first to get our limited edition Dev Tees! Sat 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM Friendship Bracelet Fiesta
Color Wheel Toys, 6855 4th St. NW Stop by and learn how to make a special, easy twisted friendship bracelet – no prior skills needed. Make a few for your favorite friends. This activity is best for kids ages 5+ due to the fine motor skills needed, but a younger kid and a parent could team up to learn Sat 12 PM Community Swap Hosted By YUCCA
Earth Care, 6600 Valentine Way, Santa Fe (it's not ABQ, but it's FREE)
Share food, clothing, and small household items. For furniture: send a photo to [[email protected]
) so we can post it on our SWAP board. If you would like to volunteer or help with the Swap/Shop, please let us know! Bring things to offer and take the things you need/want. EVERYTHING IS FREE. MASKS REQUIRED. YUCCA will be holding a SEED BOMB WORKSHOP! Seed bombs serve as an essential tool for guerrilla gardening. These inconspicuous and compact pellets can be effortlessly tossed to initiate growth, allowing you to plant effortlessly and anywhere, without requiring extensive time, physical exertion, or attracting unwanted inquiries. Engaging in this practice holds numerous advantages. By cultivating wildflowers, you contribute to the well-being of vital workers in our ecosystem, such as pollinators, thereby supporting the broader wild ecosystem. Additionally, these plants aid in soil stabilization and enhance their nutrient content. You will also learn how to make an upcycled bag! Sat 1 - 6 PM Crawfish Boil
Rio Bravo Brewing Company, 1912 2nd St. NW The 2023 Crawfish Boil features an outdoor dining experience where guests share 5 pounds of delicious food for a day of fun with friends and family. Eat and drink at Albuquerque’s favorite local brewery and enjoy a finger-licking good crawfish boil! Pair it with your favorite Rio Bravo brew and live music on the outdoor stage and you’ve got a perfect way to enjoy your Saturday in Albuquerque. 2023 tickets
will be sold in TWO GROUPS to help all guests receive timely service. Ticket A: Guests arrive between 1pm-3pm to enjoy food and entertainment. Ticket B: Guests arrive between 4pm-6pm to enjoy food and entertainment. **LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE We encourage you and your friends and family to purchase early to ensure everyone is able to attend. **Each ticket is valid for 3 lbs of crawfish and 2 lbs of corn on the cob, potatoes, sausage and hard-boiled eggs. (5 lbs total) - Portions are good for 2-4 people Sat 3 - 4 PM Summer Sours Seminar
Marble Heights Brewery & Tap Room, 9904 Montgomery Blvd. NE Join us for an educational Summer Sour Seminar led by Head Brewer, Greg Dupy. Topics covered will include: • Barrel Aged Sours vs. Kettle Sours • Souring yeasts and bacteria • How sours are made and aged. Tickets
are $20 a piece and include 4 exclusive tastings, a pint of beer and class discussions Sat 4 - 5 PM East Coast Swing Group Class
Enchantment Dancing, 337 San Pedro Dr. NE Welcome to our Bronze American East Coast Swing Class! Whether you are a newbie stepping on to the dance floor for the first time or a seasoned professional wanting to brush up on basics, as well as anyone in-between, this class is for you! East Coast Swing is an exciting, up-beat dance that is endlessly versatile! No partner necessary, and dropping in is fine! Class cost is only $10, and a punch card for 6 classes is $50 Sat 7 PM Burque BellyFest Gala Show
Fusion ABQ, 708 1st St. NW New Mexico Belly Dance and Sirena Studio present Burque Belly Fest II Gala Show. Join us for a sparkly evening of dance highlighting our ‘Burque Belly Fest instructors and special guests. Proceeds from the Gala Show will benefit the New Mexico Belly Dance scholarship fund for dance students. Doors open at 6:30 pm. General Admission $20 advance ($25 at the door) ** NMBD Members $15 advance ($20 at the door) ** Due to limited capacity, please make your reservations
ASAP ** Sat 7 - 10 PM Contra Dance
Albuquerque Square Dance Center, 4915 Hawkins St. NE Monthly contra dances take place on the first Saturdays of every month. $9 for members, $10 for non-members. Check folkmads.org
for bands and caller listings! Sat 7:30 - 10:30 PM West Coast Swing Dance
CSP Dance Studios, 1624 Eubank Blvd. NE Join us for a fun night of West Coast Swing dancing! Great music and a fun group of dancers. There will also be a little bit of Country Two Step and Night Club Two Step to mix things up. Come out and dance with us! No partner necessary. $5 SSNM Members, $8 Guests (non-members) Sat 8 PM The Emo Night Tour
Sunshine Theater, 120 Central Ave SW *21+* The greatest tribute night to the music that was never just a phase… (including this event, which has been raging all across the country since 2015 and is only getting BIGGER AND BETTER)! The Emo Night Tour DJ’s will be spinning all the angst your teenage dirtbag heart desires all night long and will make you feel like you’re at Warped Tour ‘08 minus all the dust and melting in the sun! So just imagine going to a show and hearing Taking Back Sunday, Fall Out Boy, Panic! At The Disco, My Chemical Romance and many more, all only playing their best songs...all night long in a dance club atmosphere. These shows will be selling out and fast, so make sure to Tell All Your Friends and Sugar, Come Down! Sat 10:30 PM Highway 51 (Late Night Showing)
The Guild Cinema, 3405 Central Ave NE Stankenstein will be presenting their second public showing of their movie "Highway 51." Come out for a LATE NIGHT SHOWING, bring your friends, get some popcorn and enjoy! Tickets $5 at the door ** Sun 6/4 *\
* Sun 7 AM - 12 PM Pizza with Sole - 2023 WisePies Pizza Run
Mesa del Sol Support the Make-A-Wish Foundation of New Mexico! Choose a 1-mile fun run/walk or a timed 5k or 10k and join hundreds of partcipants on a beautiful day to support the community and children experiencing critical illness! All participants receive a FREE WisePies pizza, event t-shirt or tank top, runner bib, swag bag, entertainment, starting line warm-ups, local celebrity appearances, as well as LOTS of refreshments, snacks and sponsor booths (more info and register) Sun 8 -10 AM summer solstice yoga celebration
New Mexico School of Yoga, 4600 Copper Ave Yoga - Mantra - Meditation. A SUNday celebration for the SUN, Surya. The light is here! Long days, sunshine, outdoor time, and more mark the start of Summer! Summer Solstice is just 15 days away and it's time to activate and celebrate! A potent time is upon us. A summer solstice celebration practice to welcome the light and summer season. Enjoy a comprehensive offering of mantra, pranayama, movement, and meditation to welcome this special time of the year. Pranam – to bow and surrender. The heart – the seat of the Soul. Let us awaken the inner light as the Sun, the outer light shines bright. Join us for a special yoga class - all levels are welcome! (tickets) Sun 9:30 AM 1st Annual Pedals & Pints
Marble Brewery, 111 Marble Ave NW Pedals and Pints is a bicycling event for cyclists of all skill levels. Come adventure with us! Choose from 20 or 40 miles of cycling fun starting at Marble Brewery downtown and riding through Los Ranchos to Alameda Open Space and back (and down through Valle de Oro National Wildlife Refuge, for you 40 milers). Once back at Marble, snag your free swag and a discounted pint at our cyclists-only party on the Sky Deck. We recommend grabbing a Helles, the newest addition to The Lighter Side series of adventure lagers. Crisp and light, Helles makes the perfect companion on your next cruise. $50 per person, 21+ only (register here) Sun 10 AM The Birdcage
Historic Lobo Theater, 3013 Central Ave NE THE HISTORIC LOBO THEATER along with Albuquerque Film & Music Experience is excited to bring The Bird Cage to the big screen! "We are family." Showing Starts at 11:30 am Tickets
are ONLY $10 for General Admission Come Early Brunch Starts at 10 am. Full Buffet Available for only $21. The ticket price is for entry to the movie only. Pajama brunch and a movie. Exclusive Brunch Menu! Made to order pancakes, mimosas and more. 10% off if you come in your pajamas Sun 10 AM Community Shot Clinic
Boofy's Best for Pets, 4610 Cutler Ave NE, Ste A Conveniently located right off San Mateo and I-40. Sign up
today, walk ins are welcome but supplies are contingent on volume - we have sold out EVERY SINGLE CLINIC. Hosted by It's a Pawsitive Life Rescue Sun 10:30 - 11:30 AM Mindful Movement - Yoga in the Park
Academy Hills Park, 9709 Layton Ave NE Looking to get out more and be more active? Join us for a strengthening yet gentle flow. Bring your mat, yoga block, strap and water. Beginner friendly! Sun 10:45 AM - 12 PM Jazz To Go
Central United Methodist Church, 201 University Blvd. NE Pre-Service Jazz Set at 10:45am; Service Music at 11:00am. Linda Davidson Flute, Robert Lah Piano, Colin Deuble Bass, Jay Blea Drums Sun 11 AM - 2 PM Metaphysical Market
Intuitive Essentials, 504 14th St. NW Our annual metaphysical market is back! We welcome the community to join us for a memorable day! Come be a part of the exciting time! There will be food, live music, readings, massage, and local vendors with art, jewelry, and much more! Come get lunch with us Sunday and enjoy the market! Sun 11 AM - 4 PM First Sunday Stroll
Nob Hill Main Street Come support local business while discovering all that Nob Hill has to offer: a variety of pop up vendors, specials, workshops, and walkability. Explore the area on the first Sunday of each month and find some new favorite shops, eateries, classes, and fun! Sun 11 AM - 5 PM Girl's Day Out! (and guys too!)
5907 Alice Ave NE Join us for a day of pampering, food and shopping! LOADS of vendors will be in attendance so there will be something for everyone! If you’ve ever wondered what these local or direct sales companies are and ever wanted to try these products, now is the time! By shopping these vendors, you're supporting our Albuquerque small business entrepreneurs. They’re all in one spot and a portion of your dollars spent goes directly to the over 130 cats and kittens of F.A.T. Katz! Sun 12 PM Lowrider Super Show
Albuquerque Convention Center, 401 2nd St. NW Enjoy a family environment event with beautiful cars, entertainment, local vendors, food trucks, and a car hop! Sun 1 PM Summer Pool Party w/ Deucez
Z Lounge, 3711 Central Ave SE Pool party w/ Deucez to celebrate the release of our Summer Clothing Line. Drink specials, games and giveaways all day. Come chill under the sun for those daytime pool party vibes! 21+ (tickets) Sun 2 - 3:30 PM Family Day!
Flamenco Works, As part of their summer series "Jesus Munoz Flamenco: En Cabaret", Flamenco Works presents a Sunday matinee show dedicated to families! This performance is similiar to the evening shows except it is geared towards young kids and families. Coming to life off the stage, kids will get the chance to meet the artists, learn to dance and sing Flamenco and have a viseral experience of Flamenco that they will never forget. Bring your whole family to enjoy a Flamenco performance that will leave everyone shouting ¡Ole! About the performance "Jesus Munoz Flamenco: En Cabaret": Flamenco Works, Inc. presents a vibrant, rich summer series featuring renowned artists from Spain and across the U.S. Included in this years' lineup is singer Migue "El Picuo" direct from Sevilla, Spain guitarist Jose Valle "Chuscales" from Granada, Spain and dancers Amalyah Munoz and Mariana Gatto, lead by Artistic Director, Jesus Munoz. Known for its explosive energy, fierce emotion, and deeply rooted community, "Jesús Munoz Flamenco: En Cabaret" is not to be missed! (tickets) Sun 3 - 5 PM AND 6 - 8 PM Raiders of the Lost Ark
Flix Brewhouse, 3236 La Orilla Rd. NW Indy and his feisty ex-flame Marion Ravenwood dodge booby-traps, fight Nazis and stare down snakes in their incredible worldwide quest for the mystical Ark of the Covenant. Journey back to where it all began and relive the original adventure on the big screen again! (tickets) Sun 3 - 6 PM Royal Tea
La Luna Eatery & Events, 7600 Jefferson St. NE It's Royal-Tea time, invite your friends for tea, champagne and a fine dining experience unlike any other! Dating back to the 17th century a Royal Tea offers a glass of champagne or sherry in addition to the full afternoon tea menu! This event features live music, tea, champagne, fine dining, a photobooth and more! Join us today for two hours of comfortable elegance with family and friends as we give you the royal treatment in the most luxurious way possible! (tickets) Sun 3 - 6 PM Pride Tea Dance
Sidewinders Bar and Grill, 4200 Central Ave SE We're kicking off Pride 2023 with our Tea Dance Pride Edition! With DJ Rebel and Papa Sucia! We will bringing all the best dance music, drink specials and games! Let's start Pride Week off with a bang! No cover, free parking, indoor and outdoor seating. Every 1st Sunday of the month Sun 4 PM Casino Night to benefit the NM Soccer Foundation!
Vernon's Speakeasy, Join us for an unforgettable evening at the New Mexico Soccer Foundation Casino Night at Vernon's Speakeasy. This event promises to be a lively affair filled with drinks, games and a shared passion for soccer. Gather with Albuquerque's most dedicated soccer enthusiasts for a night of high-stakes excitement. Test your luck at our array of classic casino games, all while contributing to a remarkable cause. Remember, this isn't just about the thrill of the game; every dollar spent is an investment in our future soccer stars. 100% of the proceeds from the casino night will go directly to providing scholarships for youth soccer players, regardless of club affiliation, across New Mexico. Your contributions will help these young athletes stay on the pitch and continue their dreams, fostering their growth as players and individuals. REGISTRATION
INCLUDES: Entry for 1 to the event, 2 drinks (full bar will be available at the event), Scrumptious buffet Vernon's style, $100 in casino play (more can be purchased at the event), Access to the silent auction stocked with fantastic items including a Vernon's VIP Membership, Mixology Class Series, Beautiful Art, and even TVs! Sun 4 - 6 PM 17th Annual Sweet Jazz Benefit Concert
Sandia Presbyterian Church, 10704 Paseo Del Norte Blvd. NE Join us for great jazz music, unique silent auction items, and tempting and delicious, sweet treats. All proceeds from this event benefit Family Promise of Albuquerque, and help further their mission to end child homelessness in Albuquerque (tickets)
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2023.06.01 04:19 Shorkfud Should I risk it all?
Hello everyone and thanks for checking out my post. I am a twenty seven year old male. I just quit my job and am my lease is up. Had my heart broken a few months ago and I have not talked any of my family in about a decade. I have really had problems mentally since about the fifth grade. I just refuse to go to therapy because I don't want barred from the Army if I ever want to get back in and it's embarrassing as a man. I struggled for a few years with alcohol to the point I would carry shots on me at work. I'm not trying to cry but explain why I am thinking about doing this.
I am staying at an air bnb for a night I threw all my furniture and items in the garbage when I left. I'm down to a backpack and am planning on moving to the Phillipines. I have 2 grand and enough money set to the side for a return ticket. If I fail to make enough money online I will return and be homeless. I'm going there because I have a little girl down there that I really would like to be a father to. She is about the only thing that makes me happy and I have not got to see her in two years. The stress of this is really effecting me to the point of not being able to eat or sleep except for four hours in the last two days. I just don't know if I'm making a good choice...I just can't stay where I was
Any advice thoughts opinions or chats would be greatly appreciated and yes I know I'm probably crazy I've just finally had enough thanks to anyone who reads and engages
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