Another way to make an impact during the Foundation’s 30th year will be through a new partnership to “Build a Better World.”
By supporting the Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Public Library‘s 2017 Summer Reading Program (June 3-July 29), we’ll be able to teach teens and tweens about architectural concepts. Part of the national Collaborative Summary Library Program, this program will be making a difference in our local communities.
These one-hour classes about architecture will be held at various libraries in the Albuquerque area. In addition, two talks will be offered to adults.
Anyone is welcome to join the team to teach one or some of the classes about architecture, held at various libraries in the Albuquerque area. The only prerequisites:
- An interest in sharing your love of architecture
- Attend the program training.
“Build a Better World” Volunteer Training
Tuesday, May 9 | 3-5pm
ABC Main Library (view map)
2nd Floor Conf. Room – Free parking at 5th & Tijeras
For more info and to register for the training:contact Stephen Dixon at (505) 239-5355 or email@example.com
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