Watch the story of Mary Crow Dog and the Wounded Knee Protests

Spend your Spring Break with these Tropical Birds!

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This is your Library. Celebrate and be proud!
Over the Weekend, families in the library helped us create a picture!

Explora! is coming to the Library March 24th!

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Watch this extraordinary true story starring Judi Dench TOMORROW at El Morro Theatre

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Bring your little ones to Story Time for fun stories and songs! Every Wednesday at 10:30 AM and Saturday at 11:00 AM

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Watch the story of Mary Jane Crow and the Wounded Knee Protests at El Morro Event Center

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Hey everyone! The rate the date cards from the book blind dates are due today. Get your cards turned in then stay tuned for the big drawing tomorrow.

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Make Four Leaf Clover Necklaces at Crafty Kids Today at 4 PM

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Meet real tropical birds March 21st at the Children's Branch!!

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We had a ton of fun at ArtsCrawl making circuits and magnet lights! Thanks for joining us!

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We're watching the film "Princess Kaʻiulani" at the Main Library tomorrow (Mar. 14) at 5:30 PM! Free popcorn provided

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FYI You can make things using our 3D Printer like UNICORN COOKIE CUTTERS!

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We'll be hosting our first Comic Club in the Children's Branch Library this Friday (March 16) at 4:30 PM!

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Watch a FREE screening of Victoria & Abdul at El Morro Theatre on Saturday, March 17 at 2 PM

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There will be a Complimentary Screening of Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee at El Morro Event Center, On Thursday, March 22nd at 6:00 pm.

Directly following the film screening local indigenous women will discuss the impact of Lakota Woman on their Lives. Moderated discussion led by activist Anna Rondon.

For more information, contact the Library at (505) 863-1291 or email