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Join us for a presentation from The Island of misfit Morphs!
Snakes , lizards, frogs, arachnids and even insects get a bad reputation through media, tall tales and word of mouth. Come meet these animals and learn why they deserve our respect and how important they are to our ecosystem.
Island of Misfit Morphs is a non profit group dedicated to bringing animal based education to your schools and local clubs. Teaching kids to accept beings for what they are.Find out more »
The Green Book: Guide to Freedom In the 1930s, a black postal carrier from Harlem named Victor Green published a book that was part travel guide and part survival guide. It was called The Negro Motorist Green Book, and it helped African-Americans navigate safe passage across America well into the 1960s. Explore some of the segregated nation's safe havens and notorious "sundown towns" and witness stories of struggle and indignity as well as opportunity and triumph. This event is included…Find out more »
Join us for a talk and book signing presented by Dr. Cynthia E. Orozco for her new release “Adela Sloss-Vento: Mexican American Civil Rights Activist and Texas Feminist”. Dr. Orozco is Professor of History and Humanities at Eastern New Mexico University in Ruidoso and a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and UCLA. She has also authored the book “No Mexicans, Women or Dogs Allowed: The Rise of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement” This event is included…Find out more »
Aerial America: the Wild West Cancelled The American West has fascinated people for generations and it's no wonder. It's a region of tall tales and larger-than-life characters, intermingling cultures and powerful industries, and stunning landscapes best enjoyed from breathtaking heights. Aerial America: The Wild West whisks you across the western frontier, from the St. Louis Arch to the Pacific shores to the Alaskan wilderness. Watch as we capture its many visual wonders and celebrate the men, women, and children who…Find out more »
Native American flute player, storyteller and musician, Randy Granger, brings his southwest style of entertainment to the museum. Randy is a headliner at many Native American music festivals as well as a Native flute teacher at schools around the US. He weaves acoustic instruments like the flute, drums, and voice with stories from many tribes. He is an award-winning recording artist and is heard on stations and podcasts around the world. Randy is a native of New Mexico and has…Find out more »