Go on Abiquiu walking tours and explore local history

Abiquiu Walking Tours:  Join local docents on a history tour of the Genizaro Pueblo every Saturday and Sunday through November. Morning tours are from 11 am to noon; afternoon tours from 3 to 4 p.m. Call Rachel at the Library to make reservations. Each tour is $15 per person and helps support our programming. 
Second Sundays at the Library Explore Local History Join us at Pueblo de Abiquiu Library from 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, November 13th as we launch our Second Sundays talks and readings on topics of local history, agriculture, archaeology, wildfire, drought and other land based concerns.

Glenna Dean, archaeobotanist and former New Mexico State Archaeologist will make a power point talk on Archaic Rock Mulch GardensShe will introduce us to the archaic gardens around Abiquiu and tell us about what they were planting and how they cultivated the dry gardens in our area around the twelfth century. Enjoy some hot drinks and treats and stay to watch a video about Bandelier National Monument.

We’ve recently received “Water for Elephants” by J Sara Gruen, “Familyhood” by Paul Reiser, “Snow” by Orphan Pamuk, and several books by Jimmy Santiago. They are now available for check out. 
 
Comanche Dancing started on the first Sunday in October.  A special thank you to Linda Firestone for her volunteer help on 10/10/11 with the used book sale during the Abiquiu Studio Tour. And a sincere appreciation to everyone who purchased books during our book sale.
IMPORTANT: The library will be closed on Thanksgiving. Santo Tomas el Apostol feast day is on the 26th at 10 a.m. the following Saturday. We will be closed on Sunday, December 25th and also Monday, the 26th. The library will be closed again on Sunday, New Years Day, and then return to the regular schedule the following Monday.
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