Indigenous Peoples’ Day October 12th 2020

THE INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER COMMEMORATES SECOND
STATEWIDE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ DAY WITH VIRTUAL EVENT

Thank you for joining us as we commemorate the second statewide Indigenous Peoples’ Day in New Mexico. This free, online event is available to the public through October right here at indianpueblo.org.

Our virtual celebration includes cultural dance and flutist performances, artist demonstrations, a historical presentation, suggested reading from our Pueblo Book Club and remarks by Congresswoman Deb Haaland and State Representative Derrick Lente. We’re also giving you a chance to win handcrafted pottery and a year-long Storyteller membership to IPCC. Enjoy!

Suggested Reading

Pottery & Membership Sweepstakes

Enter to win a handcrafted Storyteller ($40+ Value) by Jemez Pueblo artist Chrislyn Fragua OR an IPCC Storyteller Membership ($125 Value)! Just sign up for our newsletter in the form below anytime before November 1st!

Support the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

When our physical doors at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center temporarily closed during the early stages of the pandemic, we focused our attention on helping the Pueblos. Now, it’s time for us refocus on our mission to preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture so that we may reemerge and reopen successfully. However, we need your help to do this. Donate today!

Become an IPCC Member

The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a world-class museum and cultural center where Pueblo people can tell their story. The Center is temporarily closed due to the pandemic but, under normal circumstances, visitors can learn fascinating history, shop for Native jewelry and art, watch a cultural dance, hear Native languages, and experience the flavors of traditional and contemporary Native cuisine.

Join the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center as a member and receive free admission to the Gateway of the 19 Pueblos, enjoy shopping discounts, exclusive exhibit previews, newsletter subscription and more. Your membership helps support the center and preserve Pueblo culture.