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Saturday, Mar 12: Women as Creators and Keepers of Tradition

While native traditions are respected in New Mexico (like, besides the Zia Tribe's sun symbol being used without their permission on our state flag and people getting it tattooed on themselves without any real regard for the tribe) we could definitely appreciate and respect native women more. The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is hosting Women as Creators and Keepers of Tradition on March 12 and 13 to celebrate Women's History Month.

Among many events there will be a traditional dance, a celebration of the late potter Lucy Lewis, a film screening, and that's just on Saturday! This will be a fantastically fun and educational weekend at the center, and for the price of general museum entry (with $5 being the most expensive ticket), there's no reason you should miss it. The center will be hosting events all month long related to Women's History Month so be sure to check out their website (www.indianpueblo.org) for more information. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center • Sat Mar 12 • Noon • ALL-AGES! • View on Alibi calendar