*For both virtual events participants must log in using the program Zoom on a computer or smartphone. If you need a computer with Zoom on it to access any of these events please call the library at 970-563-9287 and ask for Andrew Hutchinson – or email email@example.com – in order to let him know.
*When you log on to Zoom you will not have video of yourself or audio to speak with. This is so the presenters can show themselves and speak without any distractions. If you have any questions for the presenters please type them out in the chat box and Andrew will read them to the presenter during/after the presentations.
*Both of these events will be also recorded and put on the ICL’s YouTube channel in case you miss the event(s) or would like to watch again in the future!
–Hispanic Folklore Storytelling Event:
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month we ask you to Join us via zoom Friday, September 18 at 6:00 p.m. as we hear stories told by Angel Vigil. He is the author of six award-winning books on Hispanic Western arts & culture. His stories are engaging and illuminating journeys into the Latino soul as expressed both modern and traditionally. He includes everything from morality tales to animal fables, from chistes — short comic tales guaranteed to amuse, to amazing tales of wonder, there is something for everyone!
The Iglesias de San Antonia Catholic Church was built in 1928 in Tiffany and has been a beautiful landmark ever since. The church was recently added to the Colorado Most Endangered Places list. Join us via Zoom Meeting on Thursday, September 24at 6:00 pm as local historian Ruth Lambert discusses the church and it’s deep history in the surrounding community!