March 16th Read-a-thon and Draw-a-thon

Pueblo de Abiquiu Library All-Day Celebration 1-6pm

Pueblo de Abiquiu Library invites you to attend an all-day Read-a-thon and Draw-a-thon exploring the history and stories of the Abiquiu area on Sunday, March 16th. Shake off the winter chills and drop by the library anytime from 1pm until 6pm to hear or participate in an all-day reading of POBLADORES: Hispanic Americans of the Ute frontier by Frances Leon Qunitana. We are inviting 20 readers to read for fifteen minutes each + 20 artists of any age to draw for the same period. Sponsors fund each reader or artist @ $50 per participant.

Do you want to read? Please call (505) 685-4884 to sign up or stop by the library on Abiquiu Plaza for a copy of your fifteen minutes reading text.

Do you want to draw? Artists of any age will work at the library tables during the continuous reading, drawing or making a collage. The Abiquiu Book of our drawings will become part of the library’s permanent collection

Do you want to help sponsor a reader or an artist? Each reader is sponsored @ $50 for the 15 minutes of reading. This donation can come from one person or from several people. Your funding supports the operations of the library.

Can you make a matching fund to double the donations?

 Information: (505) 685-4884 Pueblo de Abiquiu Library

Join us! Sponsor a reader or artist!


Bless Me Ultima showing on February 22, 2014 / Spanish Class going on Sundays and Thursdays

Bless Me Ulitma Showing:

Pueblo de Abiquiu Library and Cultural Center will be showing the film “Bless Me Ultima” in the Parish Hall on Saturday, February 22nd at 5 PM. All local actors are invited to attend.  All actors and extras that were part of the film please contact us so can take your picture and write what part you participated in. We will point out each actor’s part in the film and then talk afterwards about what our memories are of that exciting event the day the movie came to town. Come and meet the actors! Donations to benefit our Library and Cultural Center are welcomed.


Spanish Class

Conversational Spanish class will meet in the Library on Sunday, February 2nd at 5 PM with Mimi Hurd. It will continue on Sundays and Thursdays. Call the Center if you are interested. There is no cost, but donations are appreciated.