Los Alamos Public Library’s Native American Heritage Month Reading & Activity Challenge Extended To Dec. 31


Los Alamos Public Library has begun the second annual Reading & Activity Challenge for Native American Heritage Month. The activities include authors, artists and events to celebrate the heritage, history and culture of Native Americans with extra focus on the communities of Northern New Mexico.

By signing up on lacnm.beanstack.org, you will have access to the curated lists of free events, watch lists, and book lists for all ages.  

Los Alamos Public Library is extending the challenge during the month of November—national Native American Heritage Month—and until the end of December 2023 to allow all participants the time to  complete as many of the activities as they can. Each activity badge earned will award participants another ticket to the raffle. The raffle prizes are sponsored by the Los Alamos Public Library with the generous support of The Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe. Each prize bundle comes with two complementary passes to the museum. All prizes are created by students and alumni from The IAIA and other Native  American authors, makers, and creatives.  

Visit LosAlamosLibrary.org or lacnm.beanstack.org to learn more and to participate in the Native American Heritage Month Reading & Activity Challenge. Participants who cannot access the online challenge, or who would like support building their profile for this and other reading activities at the library, please visit the library or phone 505.662.8240.


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