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  1. Cemetery Board Meetings

    April 28, 2021, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Public Works Department Office

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  1. Bilingual Storytime: The Night the Moon Fell

    April 18, 2021, 7:00 PM @

    Bilingual Storytime audience favorite readers Siah Correa Hemphill and Raul Turrieta finally join forces for a “read off” of Pat Mora’s The Night the Moon Fell. This traditional Mayan myth in which the moon is a young weaver and the Milky Way is a fish, has been transformed by author Pat Mora to show a spunky moon who finds a way to save herself. After her grandfather’s blowgun causes Luna to tumble into the dark ocean she makes the archetypical journey from homeland to a strange new world and back again. There will be costumes, dramatics, and a whole lot of literary love shared as the audience is invited to take a poll on which of our competitive readers did a better job. Winner gets bragging rights.

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  2. Panel Discussion on Border Justice

    April 24, 2021, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @

    Co-hosted with the Western Institute for Lifelong Learning, a panel of border researchers and local champions will illuminate national and regional border issues. Activist Barbara Gabioud, NMSU Professor of Government Neil Harvey, and Border Specialist Molly Molloy will help audiences understand the history and dynamic situation at our southern border and identify opportunities to get involved in positive ways. The presentation will provide a historical perspective on how immigration and US policies have impacted Grant County, an overview of recent trends, factors motivating immigration, enforcement and detention programs, and changes with the new administration. Barbara Gabioud is a longtime Grant County resident, WILL volunteer, and a local champion for social justice. Dr. Neil Harvey is a Professor and Chairperson for the Department of Government at NMSU. Molly Molloy recently retired as Latin American and Border Specialist in the NMSU Library and continues asylum work.

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Town Council Meetings

  1. Town Council Meetings

    April 27, 2021, 6:00 PM @ Due to COVID-19, the Town Council Meetings are held remotely with the GoToMeeting platform. Please check the Agenda Center for meeting details.

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