Programs for Children and Families
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Explora has free creative coding workshop. Registration required.
From the Santa Fe Public Library:
Felicia Sanchez Garbiso
Join us for an online performance with Felicia Sanchez Garbiso as she re-tells some of her favorite stories written by some of our favorite authors. Including the story of La Hormiguita, Red Ridin in the Hood, her version of La Llorona and several more.
October 28th, 2020 at 1:30pm
Register to join the event here:
Felicia Sanchez Garbiso is a Pueblo, Co native who holds a Bachelor of Arts from Colorado State University –Pueblo. She has been involved in the community for several years as a bilingual storyteller and workshop presenter. She has performed Storytelling throughout the Pueblo region at community events, including Elementary and Middle Schools and local library functions. A storyteller at heart Felicia has a passion for teaching great lessons through her storytelling and is proud to embrace her culture in such a meaningful and traditional way. Through her storytelling she enjoys connecting with people of all ages especially children and young adults while expressing the importance of literacy and the value of education.
Santa Fe Public Library
Community Services Department, City of Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Additional Academic Resources (may be duplicates; some have both free and pay content.
Imagineering in a Box - Khan Academy (6th-12th)
PBS for Parents - how to talk to your kids about coronavirus
Regular programs on hold until further notice.
The Vista Grande Public Library is dedicated to providing quality programs to the children and families of our community. We offer a variety of programs for children and families.
Find more information about all our kid programs and many for adults in the most recent Bookworms, our newsletter for children and families.
New Mexico Letters About Literature Competition
Students are invited to participate in this reading and writing contest designed to promote reading and thoughtful writing by encouraging young readers to read a book and then write a letter to the author explaining how his or her work shaped their perspective on the world or themselves. This is the eighth year the New Mexico State Library has sponsored the competition.
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