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Artesia Historical Museum

  1. Annual Quilt Show 2019

    September 7, 2019, All Day

    The Artesia Quilters Guild Annual Quilt Show, a display of quilts and other hand-crafted items prepared each year by the Artesia Quilters Guild

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  1. Library -- Tween Time

    September 7, 2019, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM @ Artesia Public Library

    Twice a month, Artesia Public Library hosts Tween Time, a club for 6-8 graders to get together and have some fun. This month’s activity is school supplies. Come by and make your own school supplies to help have a great start to the school year. Materials provided. Event is free and open to the public. Grades 6-8.

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  2. Library -- La Llorona

    September 7, 2019, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Artesia Public Library

    Rosalia de Aragon as La Llorona. Many say they have heard the unforgettable, spine chilling cry of La Llorona, the Wailing Woman, as she wanders searching for her children. Many also can say that they have met her through actor/singer Rosalia de Aragon, who has portrayed La Llorona for ten years. De Aragon keeps the story alive as a Chautauqua performer sponsored through the New Mexico Humanities Council. She has traveled throughout the state and has portrayed La Llorona over 100 times at museums, fiestas, schools, and event in almost every community in New Mexico. De Aragon is currently touring her new Chautauqua performance of famed dancer “La Argentinita” around the state. As a vocalist, she has also recorded a CD entitled Canto de La Llorona. De Aragon recently published a book titled “La Llorona.” Rosalia’s daughter, Rosalinda Pacheco, illustrated the book. This program is presented by the New Mexico Humanities Council. This event is free and open to the public, ages 12 and up.

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