Programs for Adults
Have you ever wondered what it was like to be a Harvey Girl? Come to VGPL on Saturday, October 1 at 1pm and find out! Liz Mikols of the NM Historical Society will be on hand with a Harvey Girl performance and answers to everything you want to know about what it was like.
Rock Time's final hurrah for 2022! Please join us Saturday October 1, starting at 11AM. Bring your rocks, your questions -- if you're a geologist or archeologist, bring your knowledge! -- Questions will be asked and answered!
Joy Harjo, first First Nation's US Poet Laureate put together this great resource of other Native American poets and where they are.
Do you have an idea for a small business? The Libraries as Launchpads program might be just what you need.
Legal Resources: The New Mexico Commission on Access to Justice has a number of resources that can help, including topics such as elder care. The New Mexico State Library has put together a guide to much of the information as well. If you need forms, try here.
An ever-updated range of New Mexico Historical and Cultural Opportunities, both live and on-line.
Check out the History Hub
The LaTienda Newsletter is working to keep us informed about the really local and a lot of resources.
"Visit" the Museum of International Folk Art for local concerts.
For more information, go to the NMEDD COVID-19 response page or
Advice on working from home: https://librarianbyday.net/2020/03/18/advice-for-those-at-home-working-and-otherwise/
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Many of our programs are scheduled based on community interest. Use the form above to send us your ideas.
Grounds Cleanup by some amazing volunteers
14 Avenida Torreon
Santa Fe, NM 87508
7 Avenida Vista Grande, B7-192
Santa Fe, NM 87508
Between El Dorado Community School and the Adam Senior Center
Tuesday-Friday 10 am-6 pm
Saturday 10 am-4 pm
Fostering lifelong learning in a supportive community environment