The First Saturday Every Month
Story Time at the Museum Free ♦ 11 am
The first Saturday of every month at 11 am, Global Village Museum in partner with Poudre River Library District will host Story Time: Tales of Mexico. Enjoy a bilingual story, snack, and a craft related to the Museum’s exhibit Mexico: Objects for Living, Objects for Life. Children and their families are invited to view the rich history and traditions of Mexico through the artistry of its diverse population with a focus on objects used in both everyday life and for special or religious occasions.
Dr. Steve Mumme is a specialist in US/Mexican transboundary water diplomacy and environmental relations and a past president of both the Association for Borderlands Studies and the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies. On Wednesday, January 21 at 6:30 pm, Dr. Mumme will expound on complex border issues including immigration, national security, and recent water disputes on the Rio Grande and Colorado Rivers in his presentation “US/Mexico Border Relations” at Global Village Museum.
Admission to the Museum: $5 adults, $3 seniors/students, & $1 children.
The Museum is open Tuesday – Saturday from 11 – 5 pm