Keep these dates open:
March 6, 2011, 1-3 p.m. Afternoon tea, live music, and storytelling to celebrate Women’s History Month. Gerri Gribi and Marguerite Kearns, Abiquiu Library. Gerri will sing songs from her program “A Romp Through Women’s Musical History.” Marguerite will speak about her grandmother, an American suffrage activist.
March 6, 2011, 3-5 p.m. Exploration of Mathematics, Abiquiu Library.
March 13, 2011, 1-6 p.m. Read-a-thon and Draw-a-thon celebrating the history of Rio Arriba County. be a reader or an artist to raise funds for the Abiquiu Library at the library. Call 505 685-4884 for more information.
April 25, 2011. Day of the Book at Abiquiu Library. Stay tuned for more information.
May 10, 2011. “Genizaro Legacy” panel discussion and conference. Abiquiu parish hall.
Every Sunday during March there will be a free math class at the Abiquiu Library entitled “Exploration of Mathematics” for all ages, ten to one hundred, at any level of math knowledge. It’s presented by D. Robert Fant, theoretical mathematician and the Abiquiu Library and recommended for public or home-schooled students to raise grades or prepare for GED or college. Retired people or seniors will find it helpful to maintain brain health. Artists, musicians and those in the construction trades will find it helpful to enhance natural talent and expand career options. Make peace with math. No grades, no fee, no fear. You can’t fail. Every Sunday in March, 3-5 p.m. Phone 505-685-4884 for more information and to sign up. Donations appreciated.
Shake off the winter chills on the first Sunday of daylight savings and drop by the library any time from 1-6 p.m. on March 13th for our Read-a-thon to hear or participate in an all-day reading of “Rio Arriba: A New Mexico County” edited by Robert J. Torrez and Robert Trap. We’re inviting 20 readers to read for 15 minutes each and 20+ artists of any age to draw for the same period. Sponsors fund each reader or artist at $50 per participant. Call the library to sign up or sponsor a reader or artist. Can you make a matching fund to double the donations?
If you’re interested in a youth book club, call the library. “Hooked on Phonics” is now available at the library. A special thanks to Ani Magai who has volunteered for the past few weeks by helping with labeling.
Library Hours are 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday through Thursday. EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org