The Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area would like to announce their March Quarterly meeting of its’ Board of Directors. The public is invited to attend at 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. Saturday, March 20, 2021. Click here for the Agenda. You may join the Zoom Meeting ID: 848 2423 3531 Passcode: 578553
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Bienvenidos (Spanish), Be-Po-Wa-Ve (Tewa), He-Ya-Ho (Tiwa), Daanzho (Apache). These are all ways to say, Welcome! to the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area.
Each of these languages is still spoken in Northern New Mexico, a Cradle of Settlement that encompasses a mosaic of cultures, including the Jicarilla Apache, 8 Tewa and Tiwa Native Pueblos, and communities established by the descendants of Spanish colonists who settled in the area beginning in 1598, a generation before the Mayflower landed at Plymouth Rock.
Residents continue to speak their native languages along with English, and to share the traditions and practices of their ancestors in a cultural expression that leaves a strong imprint on residents and visitors alike. Indeed, visitors are advised that most of the place names and references are in Spanish, with Spanish pronunciations.
The Heritage Area stretches south to north from I-40 in the center of the State to the Colorado border. Area boundaries include all of Rio Arriba, Santa Fe and Taos counties, a total area of 10,000 square miles in North-central New Mexico.
When our State’s restrictions are lifted, we hope to have you visit us at 109 E. Paseo de Onate.
We have a record breaking number of grant applications, we will keep you posted of grant awards upon completion of our review.
We can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call (505) 753-7273 for the latest news of our re-opening.
Please stay safe!
LAND WATER PEOPLE TIME
Your Cultural Guide to Northern New Mexico - 2019-2020 Edition
The new FIFTH issue of our Heritage Area publication is now available in Taos, Española, Santa Fe and vicinities at selected magazine stands and visitor centers, and at our National Heritage Center in Alcalde. You may read it online at issuu.com.