Whether it's a presentation about the archaeology of the CaŮada Alamosa or a holiday-themed living history performance, the Museumís monthly Culture Series is educational and entertaining. From New Mexico's State Historian to Chautauqua performers, a variety of presenters are featured throughout the year. Culture Series presentations take place on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Check the calendar for this month's speaker. Admission is free.
To inquire about upcoming Culture Series offerings or if you are interested in being a presenter, contact Leah Tookey at (575) 522-4100, ext. 102.
The Museum plays an active role supporting lifelong learning. We enrich and extend visitors' knowledge through contact with artifacts, fascinating exhibitions, and other educational programming. Adults already have a rich store of life experiences but can come to the Museum to increase their knowledge and have fun. Programs especially designed for adults include:
Make the past come alive by transforming yourself into a historical character that can teach visitors about life in the past. Get involved with research and the re-creation of historical characters and environments. Call (575) 522-4100 for more information.
Weaving and cooking are just a few of the Museumís recent offerings. Call (575) 522-4100 to learn about upcoming events.