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Magdalena Public Library and Box Car Museum
 Call us at: 575-854-2361
Events @ the Library in 2016 !
Sept. 21st
Water Catchment
Nov.16th@ 5pm Kabbalistic Heart: Sephardic Jews have much to teach us about survival and peace. Consuelo Luz weaves music, political history and her family's stories.

Nov.2nd Dia de Los Muertos. Altars will be set up for the month of November.

Oct.31st@6-7pm Halloween Costume Contest and Trick or Treats. Win a Bike!

Oct.13th @ 5pm Seven Stringed Barbed Wire Fence: A photo intensive documentation of Latino immigration in the United States that depicts the issue from varied viewpoints. Presented by Diana Molina

September 21st@5pm Catching and Using Rain Water Around Here with Magdalena Residents

August 10th@5pm Presentation on Chester Nez : World War Navajo Code Talker

July 20th@2pm La LLorona: The Wailing Woman presentation by Rosalia de Aragon

July 8th@2pm Chuy Martinez will be playing Ballads, Cumbia, and Nueva Cancion for Old Timers on the Library Deck.

June 29th@6pm The Railroad Photography of Jack Delano.

June 6th-July 28th Summer Reading Program
Monday :Coloring Books all day
Tuesday: Story time @11
Wednesday: Snacks @2
Thursday: Craft day all day
PLUS events!

June 8th @ 5pm David Adams Book Release "Three Roads to Magdalena"

May 14th@12-4pm National Train Day with Jackson Sellers, Magdalena Train Engineer for 40years!

May 7th @ 10-2pm Magdalena Studio Tour: Local Authors, Arts & Crafts, Museum Tours, Kids Art Display

May 5th@6pm Lone Piñon

April 28th @4pm Historical Society Meeting

April 27th@5pm Analog Cello Company

March 23rd @4:30 Historical Society Meeting

March 16th@5pm Pat McCraw "Tiffany Blue"

February 24th @ 4:30 Historical Society Meeting

February 17th @ 5pm Stephanie Beninato "Land Grants and Water Rights"

January 27th @4:30 Brenda Wilkensen " The Importance of Oral Histories and How to take them"

Join us for
Cinco De Mayo 2016!
Oct. 13th
Seven Stringed Barbed Wire Fence
Kabbalistic Heart
All Events are Free to the Public