Savor the wonders of spring in Santa Fe, while reading, dancing, planting, bird-feeding, cooking, observing nature, playing math and, perhaps, finding the silver linings of a monstrous year!
By Tracey Mitchell
Tips for finding books remotely when we can’t browse the shelves in person.
By Erin De Rosa
ArtWorks , an experiential art program for Santa Fe students and teachers, shifts lessons and exhibitions online.
By Susan Lynn and Hannah Hausman
Santa Fe Children’s Museum shifts gears to serve the community during the pandemic.
By Cristina Rubio
Los Alamos Family Strengths Network faces funding perils.
By Kristen Cox Roby
A beloved Santa Fe Public School art teacher shares tips for inspiring creativity at home. Get ideas for setting up a kids' workspace, stocking up your home art station, and deciding what to do with it all.
By Joanne Smogor
Getting outdoors is good for the body and soul. The Santa Fe Conservation Trust offers several easy ways to make it happen.
Por Judy Reinhartz / Traducción por Mitchell Rocha
Combinar la literatura con las matemáticas duplica las oportunidades de aprendizaje. Traducción de "Counting on Literature" de nuestra publicación de Primavera 2020.
By Anna Farrier
2nd Place, Food Article, 2020 NMPW Contest. Kids who help plan, prepare and cook nutritious foods often learn to love nutritious foods.
By Walter N. Cook
Warm up with the wide world of books. Families with motivated readers tend to take home big stacks of books from the library. Santa Fe Public Libraries youth services librarian, Walter N. Cook, offers suggestions to help you get started.
By Walter Cook
Inside and outside the classroom, books open doors to learning and entertainment.
By Amy Miller and Perli Cunanan
Collaborative program aims to boost children’s literacy rates.
By Katy Yanda
Nothing lights up the brain better for kids, teens and adults.
By Benigna Sanchez-Duty
History, mythology, ancestry, poetry, tradition, creativity and more.
By Ruthanne Greeley
Arts-inquiry program nudges kids toward their best selves.