Events for October 27, 2020
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CANCELED: Parenting in a Pandemic
We apologize for any inconvenience, but today’s Parenting in a Pandemic has been canceled. Join us for the next one on 11/24. Register here: https://fcmod.org/event/parenting-in-a-pandemic/2020-11-24/
Are you a parent of a young child? Feeling overwhelmed with COVID, remote learning, challenging behaviors, and everything else? We hear you, and trust us, you’re not alone.
Designed to run alongside the Mind Matters exhibit, Fort Collins Museum of Discovery has teamed up with the Early Childhood Council of Larimer County to create a place for parents and caregivers to connect, share stories, and learn from local experts.
Is the daily grind getting you down? Need a reset from your hectic week? Then sit back and relax with soothing music and stunning visuals produced by the Dome’s team!
Join us every other week at noon for Tune-Out Tuesday on Facebook or YouTube Live. Tune-in to tune-out with us!
Getting Out the Vote: Native Women’s Perspectives on Building Civic Engagement
Join this panel of Native American women for a discussion about voting rights and voter suppression from the viewpoint of the Native American community. This group of incredible women will share their experiences as Indigenous leaders and provide resources to help address barriers to voting in 2020 and beyond. This webinar series is part of an initiative to raise awareness of the 19th Amendment’s centennial and to “highlight stories of women who continue to shape the world.”
- Lynnette Grey Bull, Northern Arapaho/Hunkpapa Lakota, Director & Founder, Not Our Native Daughters
- Phefelia Nez, Navajo Nation, First Lady
- Andi Clifford, Northern Arapaho, Wyoming State Representative
- Raven Pinto, Navajo Nation, B.A. Political Science, Colorado State University
- Savannah Romero (moderator), Eastern Shoshone, Partnerships & Programs Manager at IllumiNative
**This is an apolitical, non-partisan webinar focused on getting out the vote not about who to vote for or how to vote in this, or any, election.**
Presented by Cache la Poudre River National Heritage Area and the CSU Native American Cultural Center. Registration is free. Click here to register!
Orígenes y significados de los altares del Día de Muertos / Origins and meaning of the Day of the Dead altars
En la actualidad, las ofrendas familiares o altares a los difuntos, son considerados una parte intrínseca de la tradición del Día de Muertos, que representa la fusión de dos cosmovisiones: la mesoamericana y la europea. Dicha tradición está protegida por la UNESCO como Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial.
Acompáñanos a esta presentación en español por la arqueóloga y antropóloga Guadalupe Zetina Gutiérrez, quien nos explicará el origen y significado de estos altares.
Gratuito y abierto al público de todas las edades. Contaremos con interpretación simultánea al inglés.
Link al webinar de Zoom:
Nowadays, the family altars to the deceased are considered an intrinsic part of the tradition of the Day of the Dead, which represents the fusion of two worldviews: Mesoamerican and European. This tradition is protected by UNESCO as Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Join this Spanish presentation by Archaeologist and Anthropologist, Guadalupe Zetina Gutiérrez, who will explain the origin and meaning of the altars.
Free. All ages. Simultaneous interpretation to English available.
Link to the Zoom webinar:
Presented by Poudre River Public Library District. For more information about this event and additional Library programs please visit https://poudrelibraries.evanced.info/signup.