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August 2017

Pueblo Book Club – Po’Pay: Leader of the First American Revolution

August 8
PoPay Leader of the First American Revolution

2-4 pm & 6-8 pm, IPCC Pueblo House August marks the anniversary of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680—the perfect time to explore this critical moment in Pueblo history. Join our monthly gathering of book-lovers for a discussion of Joe Sando’s telling of the revolt and its celebrated leader. Po’Pay: Leader of the First American Revolution brings together multiple oral histories of the circumstances swirling around the revolt, offering an unusual tapestry of perspectives from which we can draw a more thorough understanding. Free. Pueblo Book Club books are available in-store or online at Shumakolowa Native Arts!

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Seasons of Growth Gardening Class

August 13 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Traditional Teachings Camp Corn Growth

Agriculture has played a defining role in Pueblo culture since time immemorial. Learn more from our Cultural Education Team in this month’s Seasons of Growth class as we examine the origin of corn and how it has changed throughout history. We’ll also look closely at different types of contemporary seeds, from heirloom to Monsanto, and discuss ways to share seeds with our community and spread knowledge of seed-saving. Space is limited! Reserve your spot by emailing learn@indianpueblo.org. Suggested donation: $5.

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Smoke Signals in the Courtyard

August 17 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Smoke Signals in the Courtyard

Have you heard it on the wind? Our courtyard is screening the classic movie “Smoke Signals” this summer, complete with hot frybread and a Victor and Thomas look-alike contest! Join us for a night of fun with fresh popcorn, toasty fire pits, and Sherman Alexie’s award-winning story about two young men’s quest for identity and resolution. All proceeds raised will benefit the IPCC’s upcoming 4th Annual Pueblo Film Fest, the only film festival in the world devoted to the work of Pueblo filmmakers! Suggested donation: $10.

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Growing Up & Looking Out – Book Signing with Katherine Augustine

August 19 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Katherine Augustine Book

For over thirty years, Katherine Augustine has written stories about life here in New Mexico, from tales of her childhood in Laguna Pueblo to columns on current events at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Growing Up and Looking Out brings together a selection of her diverse writings to tell the story of her life and people, accompanied by photographs from her family album. Meet Katherine in person for this special one-time book signing hosted by Shumakolowa Native Arts. Free.

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Alaskan Brewing Co. Pairing Dinner

August 23 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Alaskan Brewing Co

Kick back and relax with the Pueblo Harvest Cafe’s award-winning culinary team as they grill up five whole courses of savory summery fare. Each dish will be paired with the refreshing taste of a hand-selected Alaskan Brewing Co. beer to offer the perfect late-summer dining experience. For reservations call 505-724-3510. $60 per person.

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