The ABQ Uncorked and On Tap event will be hosted at the City of Albuquerque’s Blacksmith shop located at the Historic Albuquerque Rail Yards, on October 1, 2022 from 12pm to 4pm. We expect over 1,000 people will attend this not-to-miss tasting event. The Yards is a historic structure almost 100 years old in downtown Albuquerque on 1st Street SW. Steel ceilings, multicolored stained windows, a tasty bite of food, industrial architecture and a glass of your favorite drink - what's not to love? Tickets are on sale now!
Red, white, rose? What'll you have? Experience the taste of local New Mexico wineries.
Neat, straight up or on the rocks? Sip and savor the craft of our local distilleries.
Ale your favorites from the breweries you love, ale within one event (pun intended).
At the heart of it all, we love our community. Build friendships, contribute to a great cause and enjoy an Albuquerque fall weekend.
Camp Enchantment is a camp for children, ages 7 to 17, from all over the state of New Mexico, who are on treatment for cancer or in survivorship from cancer. Camp Enchantment serves approximately 200 children and staff at the Fort Lone Tree, in Capitan, NM. Their volunteer staff includes doctors, nurses, counselors, artists, and activity coordinators to meet the needs of our campers and to make a memorable and fun camp week.
About 11,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed in children each year in the U.S., with childhood cancers impacting more potential patient-years of life than any other cancer except breast and lung cancer. Children and adolescents dealing with cancer want to participate in all the traditional experiences of growing up, but instead they fight a disease that can monopolize their daily lives and rob them of much of their childhood. Many programs address the medical needs of children and adolescents with cancer, but few address their emotional, psychological, social, and physical needs. Camp Enchantment New Mexico provides childhood cancer support programs that give pediatric cancer patients, survivors, and families the opportunity to renew their spirits, catch up with old friends, and make new friends in a safe, supportive environment, surrounded by other children and teens who understand and identify with their situation.
One hundred percent of donated funds are used to implement Camp Enchantment's programs. The child poverty rate in New Mexico is 25.9% and many of campers look forward to the free programs and events throughout the year. The camp staff, medical staff, and board members are all strictly volunteers. The money donated pays for Camp Enchantment, which includes the use of the camp facilities, food, and activities provided for the campers, as well as camp community events throughout the year. Without the generosity of donors, the special moments and friendships that are forged at camp wouldn’t be possible.