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  1. Bilingual Storytime: Bayou Seco Reads "How Chile Came to New Mexico"

    July 12, 2020, 7:00 PM @ Zoom Meeting ID: 870 4896 6090

    Beloved local fiddling duo Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler (a.k.a. Bayou Seco) will read "How Chile Came to New Mexico," by famed New Mexican author Rudolfo Anaya, considered by many the founder of the modern canon of Chicano literature.

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  2. The Bandit Wars: A Virtual Lecture with Prof. Andy Hernandez

    July 25, 2020, 11:00 AM @ Zoom Meeting ID 825 2200 2786.

    Professor Andy Hernandez will illuminate the Bandit Wars along the U.S.-Mexico border surrounding Pancho Villa’s raid on Columbus, NM in 1916. Violence along the U. S. – Mexico associated with the Plan de San Diego and Pancho Villa’s raid on Columbus are often treated as discrete events. This presentation will explore the connections between Venustiano Carranza’s Machiavellian use of the Plan de San Diego, Villa’s decision to raid Columbus, NM, and the resulting Punitive Expedition and offer a more cohesive understanding of border violence during this period. Andy Hernandez is Professor of History at Western New Mexico University.

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  3. "Stone Soup/Sopa de Piedras:" Bilingual Storytime with Amanda and Bart

    July 26, 2020, 7:00 PM @ Zoom Meeting ID: 846 2931 1937

    Museum Administrative Assistant Amanda Gomez and Director Bart Roselli will read "Stone Soup/Sopa de Piedras", a Caldecott Honor-winning parable about sharing written and illustrated by Marcia Brown, in both English and Spanish. First published in 1947, this picture book classic has remained one of Marcia Brown's most popular and enduring books. This story, about three hungry soldiers who outwit the greedy inhabitants of a village into providing them with a feast, is based on an old French tale.

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