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There are several Tricentennial events scheduled today, including a lecture on "The Founding Of Albuquerque" by the renowned Spanish Colonial historian Dr. Joseph P. Sánchez. This free event will be held at noon at The Hidden Patios of Old Town and will be followed by the presentation of the Meritorious Civil Service Medal to Dr. Sánchez by the Spanish Counsel General.

Also in Old Town today, Native American music will be performed at the Gazebo beginning at noon and there will be a "spectacular procession of colorful costumes and banners as they wind their way to Plaza Don Luis".

At 2;00pm, the Ehecatl Aztec Dancers will perform "warrior style" dances of the Mexika-Chichimeka traditionat the Main Library, 501 Copper Ave NW. At 8:00pm, the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra performs with guest conductor Javier Alenjandro Lorenzo as part of the Fiesta de las Americas series at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, 1701 Fourth Street SW.

Finally, Pueblo Days begins at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, a week-long celebration that will include dances, food, arts and crafts, and more.

It's getting difficult to choose which events to attend.