Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Hispanic Heritage Month Virtual Youth Storytelling

Thank you Connie Gotsch Foundation  
Saturday, September 26 at 11am .

1. ZOOM LINK:     

2.  FACEBOOK LIVE @Northwest New Mexico Arts Council

Special Thanks: Patricia Montoya, New Mexico Latina “State Director” and Evangelina Mejia-Marquez, Regional Director at www.missuslatina.com

RNM follows the Publisher Guidelines for Storytelling Event

The Science of Breakdancing

#NMScienceFiesta  #STEAMforAll  @ExploraScienceCenter  

Science Fiesta Expo will be live-streamed! Visit this page on September 26 to tune in. Explosive demonstrations, real scientists, hands-on science and engineering activities for the whole family. The expo will include rotating stage events and break-out activities

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

#NMScienceFiesta with Explora Science Center

NM Science Fiesta on September 26
10am to 3pm (Live Facebook)
Week-Long Celebration of Science!

Meet scientists and see New Mexico as never before!
Join us September 18-26

Virtual Classroom and Teachers!
Complete this
 form, tell us what virtual event you and your class will participate in.

Your school name will be added to our Wall of Honor!
You will also be automatically entered into a drawing for an Amazon gift card.

Passport Booklet (2).pdf
PR_NM Science Fiesta 2020_09102020 (2).pdf
Science Fiesta Teacher Event Guide (1).pdf

Printable STEM bilingual activity cards

Printable STEM Activity Cards

Explora Science Center and Children's Museum

Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Hispanic Heritage Month Virtual Youth Storytelling

Sponsored by The Connie Gotsch Foundation welcomes you to join us on Saturday, September 26 at 11am.
 Email nwnmac1@gmail.com for ZOOM invite or watch Northwest New Mexico Arts Council FACEBOOK   https://www.facebook.com/nwnmac1/ 

ZOOM Link Invite

RNM follows the Publisher Guidelines 

Rattlestiltskin: Bilingual Storytime with Kristin & Xochitl on September 6

Hosted by The Public Library of Silver City, New Mexico and Silver City Museum Kristin Warnack of Virus Theater and Xochitl Hernandez Moctezuma of Guadalupe Montessori School will read "Rattlestiltskin" in English and Spanish. From renowned children's book author Eric A. Kimmel comes this delightful reimagining of the classic fairy tale Rumplestiltskin, with a Southwestern setting and Spanish vocabulary. In this story, Rosalia is in debt to the strange little snake man after he teaches her how to make tortillas so light they float in the air! Can she outsmart the trickster and keep her freedom? Register and attend at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_s4v0iRAfR4Cp5QdTblvMzw.
Kristin Warnack de Virus Theatre y Xochitl Hernandez Moctezuma de Guadalupe Montessori School leerán "Rattlestiltskin" en inglés y español. Del renombrado autor de libros para niños Eric A. Kimmel llega esta encantadora reinvención del clásico cuento de hadas Rumplestiltskin, con un entorno del suroeste y vocabulario en español. En esta historia, Rosalía está en deuda con el extraño hombrecito serpiente después de que él le enseña a hacer tortillas tan ligeras que flotan en el aire. ¿Puede ser más astuta que el tramposo y mantener su libertad? Regístrese y asista en https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_s4v0iRAfR4Cp5QdTblvMzw.

Friday, August 21, 2020

Engaging Latinx Communities in STEAM Webinar

Culturally Responsive STEAM Programming:
Engaging Latinx Communities in Rural Are

Free Webinar on September 15 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

In this webinar, attendees gain new ideas and understanding of how to offer culturally responsive programming to Latinx communities and build relationships safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This webinar, along with Closing the Gender Gap: Developing Gender Equitable STEAM Programs, is offered to make programming resources and promising practices from the STAR Net STEAM Equity Project: Enhancing Learning Opportunities in Libraries of Rural Communities broadly available. All library workers are welcome.

Webinar participants will learn about the importance of culturally responsive programming. You will also meet the STEAM Equity project librarian advisors, who will provide programming ideas and outreach strategies you can use to build relationships with Latinx communities in your area starting right now.

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Virtual Bosque Chile Festival & Latinx Youth with Authors


Facebook Live Event
Saturday and Sunday, August 15 & 16
2 pm

The Bosque Chile Festival is a celebration of the art, culture, and food of New Mexico, developed to showcase and honor New Mexican and Latino/Hispanic culture and agriculture in the middle Rio Grande Valley through performances, art, educational sessions, chef demonstrations, value-added products, and produce that pay homage to time-honored and celebrated New Mexican traditions, foods, and crafts. 

This year the Bosque Chile Festival announces a home decorating contest, Chile Casas.
Break out the ristras, piñatas, flags, banners, sidewalk chalk, chile lights, and green and red balloons to show your chile pride! Red, green, or Christmas, you decide! Visit the Bosque Chile Festival website to register and for decorating ideas!
Join us for the Bosque Chile Festival happening virtually Saturday and Sunday, August 15 and 16, beginning at 2 pm on the Bosque Chile Festival Facebook page.
Live Zoom Event
Thursday, August 13
7:30 PM EST/5:30 PM MST

The National Hispanic Cultural Center, in collaboration with Duende District and Greenlight Bookstore, present Natalia Sylvester, author of Running, and Lynda Lopez, editor of AOC: The Fearless Rise and Powerful Resonance of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, with special teen guests from the Latin American Youth Center and the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
The evening event will highlight and celebrate Latinx youth civic engagement, featuring authors Natalia Sylvester and Lynda Lopez. In Sylvester’s Running, fifteen-year-old Cuban-American Mariana Ruiz starts to see her father with new eyes when he runs for president. Lopez’s book AOC: The Fearless Rise and Powerful Resonance of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, presents seventeen contributing writers’ points of view on a young Latina politician in the U.S. Congress. Just thirty, AOC represents her generation, the millennials, in many groundbreaking ways: proudly working class, of Puerto Rican descent, master of social media, a feminist—and a great dancer.