Events

  1. Sat Apr. 6 - Sat Apr. 27

    Russell Floore Memorial Student Art Show & Awards Reception Our annual student art show is up and running, featuring the latest and greatest from Artesia middle school, junior & senior high school students. The awards reception will be held on April 24th, 5-6:30 pm--winners will be announced at 6. Light refreshments will be served and everyone is invited! Come cast your vote for this year's People's Choice award!
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  2. Wed Apr. 24

    Library -- Children's Program -- Mother Goose on the Loose A program geared toward the little ones age 0-2. There will be music and stories and low-key playtime. Mother Goose on the Loose uses a variety of activities, such as rhymes, songs, puppets and instruments to foster speech development, motor coordination, self-confidence, and sensitivity to others. This program is free and open to the public.
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  3. Wed Apr. 24

    Library -- Yarn United Artesia Public Library presents a crochet & knitting club. Come hang out and knit and crochet with fellow yarn lovers. Bring a project or start a new one. Please bring your own supplies. Some patterns are available. Snacks and chit chat included! Instruction will not be provided, but we can provide tips! All skill levels welcomed. Free and open to all ages.
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  4. Thu Apr. 25

    Library -- Teen Event -- X-Box Thursdays Come relax in the teen area every Thursday at 4pm by playing our Xbox. Games will be provided. Free and open to grades 6-12.
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  5. Thu Apr. 25

    Library -- Adult Program -- Crafty Kitch Lit Read and Feed Book Club Reading. Cooking. Crafting. It's a book club for foodies, crafters, and multi-taskers that meets the last Thursday of every month. We meet and eat what members bring that relate to the book. We also craft and gab about the current book. April's book is "Chocolat" by Joanne Harris. Books are provided by the library. Free, open to the public for ages 18 +. It's good books, good crafts, and good eats.
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  6. Sat Apr. 27

    Library -- Remembering Life in Rural New Mexico Drs. Mary Alice Scott and Kelly Jenks from NMSU will be here sharing the oral histories they gathered during their recent program, the New Mexico Rural Heritage Oral History Project. New Mexicans throughout the state shared their memories of growing up during the 30's, 40's, and 50's. This project was made possible through the efforts of the New Mexico Humanities Council as well as New Mexico State University and the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum. All ages are welcome. Bring your ow...
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  7. Sat Apr. 27

    Library -- Camp NaNoWriMo Write-Ins Writers and Nanowrimo (National Novel Writing Month) enthusiasts, come gather and write this month during our Saturday Write-Ins. Socialize with other writers, participate in writing activities, and have the atmosphere to encourage your creativity while writing on your project. Coffee and snacks will be available or bring-your-own. Ages 13+. Free and open to the public.
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  8. Mon Apr. 29

    Library (Senior Center) -- What Can You Macrame? Learn the basics of macrame knotting. We'll do simple projects so that you can practice for making more complicated projects at home. This program is self-paced and materials are provided at no cost to participants. Free and open to the public, ages 50+.
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