May 22, 2008
The deadline for Recreation Calendar entries is 3 p.m. Mondays. To submit entries, e-mail items (no attachments) to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, call Kevin Hendricks at 823-3900.
Big Blast Baseball Tournament:
Rio Grande Camp: Grades 6-9, June 2-4, Rio Grande High School, 6-9 p.m., free, 319-4746.
Players Wanted: ASA softball seeks U12 players. 292-5434.. . . The Silver Gloves women's softball team seeks players ages 50 and up. 980-3831 or www.senior-sports.org.. . . Albuquerque Senior Softball League seeks men who are 50-plus. 286-2207 or www.senior-sports.org.. . . Albuquerque Vengeance seeks competitive U12 fastpitch players. 818-3438.. . . ABQ Eastside U18 Arc Angels, practice at Eldorado High School, call Tom, 332-3938.. . . 40-50 players. Established non-profited Senior Softball 40's team looking for competitive players to be willing to travel to Phoenix, Tucson, and Las Vegas on their expense. Need a pitcher and outfielders. Please call Nikki at (505) 846-2889 or Celeste (505) 977-0957.. . . Fastpitch U12 team seeks players, call 280-1572 or 269-9888.
Bernalillo County Parks and Recreation: Umpires needed for up coming Fall season. $17/game, call 314-0423.. . . Coed and Women 24 hour tournament, double elimination, June 27-29, Tom Tenorio Softball Complex 2900 Arenal SW, $200/team, deadline: June 20, contact Ken Ortiz at 314-0417.
Women's Senior Softball Tournament:
Budweiser Classic Tournament:
Players Wanted: NM Select Girls Basketball U10-U14. 271-6946.. . . New Mexico Select boys and girls, ages 10-17, 417-3295.. . . Adidas sponsored traveling girls team, spring/summer 2008, call 453-2811. Basketball Officials Wanted:
Eldorado High School Girls Basketball Camp: May 27-30, grades 3-8, 1 p.m.-5 p.m., $75 before May 20, $85 after, deadline May 27, contact Coach Huston at 362-8592.
New Mexico AAU District:
Youth Basketball Tournament:
Southwest Shootout Tournament:
Ji Carilla Recreation Men's and Women's Open Basketball Tournament:
NMJBL Youth Competitive Basketball League:
Ten Star All Star Basketball Camp: Registration is now open for boys and girls ages 10-19. Camp is by invitation only. For a free brochure call (704) 373-0873.
New Mexico Select:
50 and Over Volleyball: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30-11 a.m. at Boys & Girls Club, 3333 Truman NE. Free. 884-1686 or 881-0777.
Mudd Volleyball Tournament:
New Mexico State Volleyball:
Friends of Otero Canyon Mountain Biking Club: Weekly group rides Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Visit www.fooriders.org.
Team Oschner: Male and female junior competitive cyclists wanted. Ages 14-23. Interested in competitive road, cyclocross or mountain bike racing. 259-6885.
Santa Fe Century:
Sandia Peak Challenge:
Alien Run Mountain Bike Competition:
New Mexico Touring Society: Bicycling club for all ages and abilities. Rides Tuesdays-Sundays. Meetings third Monday of the month, 7 p.m. at REI. 237-9700.
Glenwood Hills South/Casa Grande Neighbohood Association:
New Mexico Senior Golf Association: Accepting membership for men age 50 and older. 268-4198, 898-2221 or www.nmsga.org.
Easter Seals Charity Golf Tournament:
The Sun County Section of the PGA:
Junior Achievement New Mexico Golf Classic:
Albuquerque Judokai: Kodokan Judo classes, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, 6-7:30 p.m., and Saturdays, 7:30-10:30 p.m., 670-G Juan Tabo NE. $60 per month. 293-5836.
Authentic Kung Fu and Tai Chi: Senior Tai Chi Chuan, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30-10:30 a.m. Free. 266-7271.
The New Mexico Mycological Society: General meetings first Monday of every month, 7:30 p.m., Museum of Natural History & Science Multipurpose room. mycowest.org.
PRCA Pro Rodeo:
Wood Gormley Panther 5K:
Albuquerque Hawg Hunters: Bass fishing club meets second Wednesday of every month. 975-1860.
Cibola Search and Rescue: Monthly business meeting second Thursday of each month, 7 p.m., St. Chad Episcopal Church, 7171 Tennyson NE. 292-1106.
The Village of Corrales Parks and Recreation Department: Looking for instructors to teach various recreational programs/after-school activities. Instuctors will be contracted out. 899-8900.
Sandia Peggers Cribbage Club: Seeks new members. Club meets Saturdays at 9 a.m. at 10401 Holly NE (corner of Paseo del Norte and Eubank). $2. 858-0459.
United Flag Football League:
32nd Annual Old Fort Days:
Midnight Gaming Championship:
Rodeo de Galisteo:
Lake Powell Resorts & Marina:
Del Norte Gun Club:
Pioneer Days Rodeo:
Manzano High School Wrestling Booster Club:
Manzano Archery Club:
Albuquerque International Ballon Museum:
NM Senior Sports Foundation:
Cibola National Forest:
End of Summer Middle School Dance:
Fly Freedoms Flag:
La Cueva Tennis:
New Mexico Open:
CKDN Benefit Tournament:
New Mexico Karate Association:
The Sierra Club: May 24, Moderate/Strenuous Hike to Pedernal, famous O'Keeffe landmark. Rock scramble to top for sweeping views in all directions. About 8 miles, 1900' gain. Call 699-3008. May 25, Moderate/Strenuous Hike to Los Griegos Ridge near the Valle Grande, 8.5 miles, 2000' gain, one steep off-trail section. Dogs okay. Call 474-4354. May 31, strenuous hike, 663-0648. . . Santa Fe River clean up, 438-0357. . . field trip to Sabinosa WSA, 471-0005. June 1, car camp/hike, 471-0005. . . moderate hike, 984-1253.
Ski Run Road Challenge:
Rio Grande Nature Center: Nature Discovery for Kids. Advance registration. call 344-7240.
Westside YMCA: Hiking club hosts hikes third Thursday of each month. 899-8417 for schedule.
New Mexico Volunteers for the Outdoors:
New Mexico Mountain Club: Meetings the third Wednesday of each month, 7 p.m. at the Synagogue on Indian School and Washington NE. General public is welcome. 298-4626.
ECHO Outdoor Power Equipment: National Chain Saw Carving Championship, October 3-5, Albuquerque International Ballon Fiesta, free with admission, 847-550-2142.
Albuquerque Biological Park: Lectures will be held the first Wednesday of each month, 7-9 p.m. 848-7172.
Petroglyph National Monument:
Friends of the Bosque del Apache:
Vallecito Lake Fishing Tournament:
New Mexico Sailing Club:
New Mexico Forestry Camp:
Free Fishing: Tingley beach offers free fishing year round form sunrise to sunset. Call 311 or 768-2000.
Victory Alpaca Ranch:
Women in Training: Training program for runners and walkers of all ages and abilities. $45. 294-7545 or www.aroadrun.org.
4th Annual Z-Coil Los Ranchos Fun Walk:
The Pablo Read Memorial Las Vegas Fiesta Run:
AYSO VIP Soccer Program:
Players Wanted: RVFC Rampage seeks U15 boys. 922-1420.