First Week of November Events
November 5 - Day of the Dead Event:
The League of United Latin American Citizens Young Adults (LULAC-YA) will have an exhibit set up for the “Dia de Los Muertos” or Day of the Dead on the Patio. This is a tradition in Mexico and world-wide. Professor Jose González-González will do a presentation on the Mexican tradition at 3:00 pm and the altar exhibits will be lighted at 7:30 pm in the evening.
November 7 - Native American Heritage Month Event:
There will be a Native American Heritage Month Event. The day begins at 10:00 am with museum exhibits in the Townsend Library, a Native American Story Teller and Native American Flute Player from Ruidoso. This will be followed by dance exhibits on the Patio at 12:00 noon by students from Mescalero, Tularosa and Ruidoso schools. “Royalty” from these schools, both young braves and princesses will be attending, along with Joseph Foy, the young actor who played “Little Tonto” in the Lone Ranger movie. Also, arts and crafts, and much more.
Until November 8… CCF Food Drive for “Back Pack” Items So Children Need Not Go Hungry Over the Weekend:
Campus Christian Fellowship has been doing a collection for Love, Inc. for foods such as small cereals, fruit cups, ravioli, soup, etc. to place in back packs for children to take home over the weekend. The collection boxes are located in the Library and the Student Services Building. The drive ends on Friday, November 8. The generosity of NMSU-A students and staff has been greatly appreciated.