Embudo Valley Library will be opening a "pop-up" thrift store in the community center building. All sales and donated items will benefit Embudo Valley Library programs and services. We will be available to receive your clean, working, donations outdoors, wearing masks and following physical distancing protocols, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am to 12 noon starting Thursday 7/9, and continuing 7/14, 7/16. 7/21 and 7/23. Bring your donations behind the library. Please no shoes, undergarments, electronics, or broken items. For large items or furniture, call ahead 505-579-9181 or e-mail email@example.com. Do you have shelving or hanging racks we can borrow for this venture? If you'd like to volunteer to receive donations or help in the thrift store, sign up HERE: https://forms.gle/kGU3quNYHnaxCRYPA
Look at these fabulous prints and Japanese Notan done by Embudo Valley Library and Embudo Valley Tutoring Association afterschool students and taught by Rafa Tarín of the Peñasco Theatre. And also the Make It Sew Projects taught by Robin West. Thank you to funder New Mexico Arts!
In the face of the current global health crisis Creative Startups in partnership with the New Mexico State Library is offering, free of charge, an adapted online curriculum to support businesses in navigating these new challenges. (Available through May 2020)Through the DIY Launchpad Portal explore ways to:
• adapt your business to address the current challenges we face
• reinvent your business for a virtual world
• understand the current needs of your community and find solutions that work
Felicity Fonseca completed her graduate thesis on this topic that is related to the park and stage project at Embudo Valley Library.