New books and walking tours!!!!

Discover Abiquiu history on a walking tour. Make reservations by calling the Abiquiu Library and Cultural Center. Tours are offered every weekend through November on Saturday and Sunday only. Call 505-685-4884 for reservations. The library hours are 1-6 p.m. Sunday through Thursday.

UNM Press has donated the following books: Tracking the Chupacabra; Raptors of New Mexico; Eco-tracking; The Risen Horse; Pueblo Peoples on the Pajarito Plateau; Reining in the Rio Grande; Cell Phone Science; Weekends with O’Keeffe; In the Bear’s House; A Spy’s guide to Santa Fe and Albuquerque;Wonders of Nuclear Fusion; Tengo Sed, a novel; Sweet Grass Mornings; War and Music; Dance of the Eggshells; What Global Warming and Climate Change; Grandpa’s Magic Tortilla; Hoist a Cold One; An ABC book of Loan Words from the Americas; Tia’s Tamales; The Crash of TWA Flight 260; The Rounders; Across the Great Divide; Powering the Future.

Thank you to all who participated in our library programs over the winter months including La Puerta School, Abiquiu Elementary kindergarten class, Abiquiu Headstart, and others.

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Española Community Market meeting at library

On April 25, 2012 at 6:30 p.m. there will be a meeting at the Abiquiu Library and Cultural Center where representatives of Española Community Market will explain how the market works and its benefits. The community market is building membership and already offers some food in bulk. Mark your calendar!