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FRIENDS OF TIJERAS PUEBLO
Welcome Back after the forest closure of earlier this month.
We are back on schedule and will be hosting our monthly
on the Second Tuesday of November. The topic will
be Treasure in the Southwest... and our speaker will be
Bob Julyan. See the formal announcement below.
Please join us for our brief Annual Meeting and
election of officers which will take place immediately before
the lecture. Stay for the topic and enjoy refreshments, too.
We had to cancel the October pottery workshop with Michael
because of the forest closure. We will announce the
new date which
will be in early 2014, once it is confirmed.
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The Friends of Tijeras Pueblo are now registered with
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the Friends with your online shopping.
The Interpretive Center is up the hill from the Sandia Ranger
Station. When you see the OPEN BANNER outside our door
(up the hill) you are welcome to come in and visit. We are
on weekends and when the Ranger Station might be
Call the front desk at 505-281-3304 to make sure
we are "IN"
or to schedule a visit or tour.
View a map and find out how to get to the
Sandia Ranger Station
Join us for our next lecture of the 2013-14 season...
Treasure in the Southwest:
What we Seek, What we Find
Writer amd Lecturer
The Friends of Tijeras Pueblo
And the Sandia Ranger Station
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Sandia Ranger Station
Large Conference Room
The story of New Mexico began with at treasure hunt--Coronado's
search for the golden
cities of Cibola. The treasure hunting continues
today: the Lost Adam's Diggings, the
Victorio Peak Gold, the Lost
Dutchman Mine and many more. Bob Julyan doesn't offer
the location of these treasures, but he does offer a lively and fun
discussion of the
fascinating aspect of southwestern culture.
Bob is an Albuquerque-based writer and lecturer specializing in New
Mexico's human and natural
Place Names of New
is a standard reference. He
has written several outdoor
guides to the
state. For many years Bob's New Mexico Humanities'
Council talks have
been well received throught the state for their
enthusiasm and humor.
talk for FOTP he will speak not only about gold and silver but
about the non-conventional
treasures that archaeologists know
discovery throughout the state.
*A $5 donation is requested from non-members
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Bear Grass outside the IC
Linda and Orman mark the Kiva location in 2012
Inviting You to Explore...