Albuquerque museum seeks volunteers to lend a helping hand

October 2, 2016 by  

Albuquerque Explora Museum began a landscaping project in July, and it is seeking volunteers to help complete the task.

Participants will be asked to help with the rock-moving project, and after the work is done for the day, they will be treated to a special sneak peek into the institution’s exhibit shop, which it where it makes most of its exhibits. They will also receive free passes to the museum so they can enjoy it for themselves. All ages, including children, are welcome to lend a hand in this stage of the landscaping.

Those who will be volunteering are asked to bring along sunscreen and water to drink. Food will be provided by ABQ Involved. A company that creates promotional products can produce ones that can be given to people who lend a hand with a project such as this as a way of saying thank you for the help.

The Explora Museum features interactive displays and other exhibits related to technology, art, science, engineering, and math. It operates on a not-for-profit basis and is open seven days a week, located at 1701 Mountain Road Northwest.

Anyone who is willing to lend a hand during the event, which will take place at the institution on November 19th from 10:00 am until 12:00 pm, can register to do so through the activity’s Eventbrite listing.