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October Programs, Art & Events
October 10 – Saturday
Billy The Kid in Placitas: Noted Placitas historian Michael O’Keefe will share how Placitas will finally be able to join the chorus of “Billy the Kid was here!” Join us Saturday, October 10 at 2pm. Open and free to the public. Click here for flier
October 16 – Friday
October Art Exhibit: A photo show featuring the works of Don Strel, former director of the Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, will be featured during October. A free public reception is scheduled Friday, October 16, 5-7 pm Click here for flier NOTE the CORRECT date is Friday, October 16
October 17 – Saturday
History of the San Antonio de las Huertas Land Grant: Wayne Sandoval, President, and Rebecca Skartwood, Vice President, of the Las Huertas Grant will be presenting this fascinating program. Scheduled Saturday, October 17 at 2pm. Open and free to the public. Click here for flier
Placitas Star Party: The annual Placitas Star Party will take place at the Placitas Community Library on Saturday, October 17. It will begin at dusk (sunset is at 6:29pm) and continue into the evening. Open and free to the public. Click here for flier NOTE the CORRECT date is Oct 17
Saturday Flea Markets!!!
October 10 & 24
Open at 7:00 AM at the lot by the Merc
For more information, call Ellen @ 404-8657 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donations of good, clean items are needed for the library’s sales table. Please drop off your items at the Help Desk.
Tune in to Story Hour fresh from the library! Did you hear the wonderful poetry read by Nancy Guist, our Children’s Collection Specialist, and Marian Frear, (aka the Librarian) last month? Thanks to Matthew Bronson and his amazing portable recording studio, we are now reading a monthly story hour for children of all ages. Catch us on KUPR 99.9 FM. The exact time of our next broadcast has not yet been determined, so please watch for it here on our website!
Author Call — Be our blogger!
We know Placitas is full of talented writers, we just need to find the one who wants to write the library blog. Our blogger would work with a great group of volunteers in a thriving community hub. We have new books and new programs all the time, with lots of opportunity for intriguing and stimulating experiences that make great writing material. Call Marian if you’re interested: 867-3355.
Note: Any event held at PCL does not constitute an endorsement by the library of the group’s policies or beliefs.