Programs for Adults


This page contains links to current activities, both locally and more far-flung that we hope might be of interest to our patrons. With luck, they'll give you a way to get "out and about" even when you can't. Please be aware that some events may not be free and that we do not control the content.

Do you have an idea for a small business? The Libraries as Launchpads program might be just what you need.

History Buff? Check out the History Hub

A lot of books are newly in the Public Domain

Legal Resources: Even when there isn't a pandemic, a lot of Civil Legal issues come up and we have questions and we don't always have the wherewithal to deal with them. 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.

Fun resource from NPR

New Mexico Historical and Cultural Opportunities, both live and on-line.

Albuquerque Historical Society on the Spanish Flu pandemic in NM.

The New Mexico Historical Society

The New York Writer's Institute often has programs that could be of interest.

See what's the haps at the Botanical Garden.

​For information on community resources, please see our Pandemic Resources Page.

The Museum of Indian Arts & Culture (MIAC) is excited to announce a new virtual speaker series called "Indigenous Storytelling in Literature and Arts." The first of these weekly presentations will begin at 1 p.m. MST on Thursday, November 5, 2020.

Please check MIAC’s Facebook Page on Thursdays at 1 p.m. MST for the weekly link.

Try this Genealogy survey from the State Library


Helpful webinars from the NM Children, Youth and Families Department

Another resource to help with preventing "pandemic slide" at home from the Department of Cultural Affairs (this is the department that oversees libraries and museums) which has some terrific programs

For those necessary trips for food and supporting local business, the Santa Fe Reporter is updating a list of things they know about restaurants and the LaTienda Newsletter  is working to keep us informed about the really local.

"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:


Helpful Videos

NM History

Mo Willems!

Musuem of Indian Arts and Culture Videos    
 Historic Sites facebook    
Museum of Art video page    
Farm and Ranch Museum  

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Want to Suggest a Program?

​Many of our programs are scheduled based on community interest. Use the form above to send us your ideas.

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Call Us: (505) 466-7323  /   /  Mailing Address:

7 Avenida Vista Grande, B7-192 

Santa Fe, NM 87508-9199

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