Menaul School’s Spring Soirée
Please Join Us
In this one evening, we have the opportunity to open up
a world of possibilities for promising students.
National Hispanic Cultural Center
Friday, April 26th, 2019
5:30pm Social Hour and Silent Auction
7:00pm Dinner and Program
8:15pm Dessert and Live Music with Revíva
Plan to arrive early to mingle with other members of the community.
Enjoy delicious appetizers, a cash bar, a variety of auction items and fun,
interactive opportunities with our students.
Dr. Estevan Rael-Gálvez ‘87
Raised in the rural communities of Costilla and Questa, New Mexico, Dr. Estevan Rael-Gálvez is a writer, creative strategist, and CEO/founding principal of Creative Strategies 360°, which supports transformative work within communities, governments, universities, and cultural-based organizations. Prior to this work, he led a full career as a successful senior executive: Senior Vice President of Historic Sites at the National Trust for Historic Preservation; Executive Director of the National Hispanic Cultural Center; State Historian of New Mexico. A graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, Dr. Rael-Gálvez received a Ph.D. in American Cultures from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He is currently working on the manuscript, The Silence of Slavery.
Revíva is one of New Mexico’s premier bands, a standout in the Albuquerque music scene with their inspiring lyrics, unique sound, and positive vibes. They are known for their original Reggae/Rock dance rhythms and lyrics—both in English and Spanish—that touch the soul. The band is comprised of six members: Adam Moffett, Cody Jones, Ragon Espinosa, Brian Shonerd, Rick Gonzales, and Chris Brennan. Revíva has won numerous music competitions and tours internationally as well as throughout the Southwest and California. They recently released their fourth album, “Equanimity.”
Catering by Blue Plate Catering
Cash bar by Pop Fizz!