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New Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum Opens to Public May 21-22, 2011
Ignacio, CO - May 2011 - All are invited to the Grand Opening Activities

Tribal Libraries: “Where Dreams Take Flight”
Dinner, Entertainment and Art Auction to Support New Mexico Tribal Libraries

Saturday October 25th, 2008, 6:00pm-10pm at Isleta Casino Resort.

Albuquerque, NM, August 25, 2008 - An evening of great food, the arts and entertainment - all for a great cause! To support New Mexico Tribal Libraries including Santa Clara, Isleta, Jemez, Laguna, Acoma and San Ildefonso.

Enjoy a pleasant dinner while learning about the Tribal Libraries and their communities. Bid on Native American fine art during the silent auction. Several Native Entertainers have volunteered to perform at the event. Conroy Chino will be the Keynote Speaker. Miss Indian NM and last year's Miss Indian NM will greet guests.

After the dinner, at 8:00 pm, a live auction will take place. Don't miss this opportunity to purchase fine art items donated by well known Native artists. Admission is available to those who don't attend the dinner for a separate entry fee of five dollars at the door.

The libraries rely on sources other than Tribal funds for all or part of their Operational funds. Grants often will not cover operational overhead and salaries. This fundraiser is a significant step toward helping the libraries become fully self sufficient. Your support is greatly appreciated!

Dinner is $75/plate or $500 for a table of 8. Additional monitary and/or art donations gladly accepted. Contact Teresa Naranjo, Library Director at Santa Clara Pueblo (505) 692-6295 or Tamara Sandia, Library Director at Jemez Pueblo (505) 834-9171.

Artists, please consider donating art pieces for the auction. You will be acknowledged at the event and you will receive a tax deduction receipt.

Special thanks to retired school librarian, Angela Samuels from Albuquerque, who has generously offered to sponsor the event.

He who has a garden and a library wants for nothing. - Cicero -


The Arts Support Tribal Sovereignty
Native Entrepreneur Advocates for Both

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Denver, CO, November 20, 2007 - The Arts, Tradition, Culture, Education, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Tribal Enterprises, Prosperity, Sovereignty - An eclectic set of concepts that will sustain and support our North American Tribal Nations into the future.

Paul Kabotie, former Chairman of the Rocky Mountain Indian Chamber of Commerce and owner of Native Art Network / Native Art Travel, shares his experience and perspective on the big picture and the role we all play. Paul is featured this week on the Native Voice One radio program "Rezervations".

Paul is an advocate of Tribal Economic Development and Entrepreneurship in the Native American Communities. He is passionate about the Arts and is a closet artist.

Visit Native Voice One National Native Radio here: http://www.nv1.org


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