Highlighted Events
TONIGHT: Adult Spelling Bee at Sacred Grounds. $5 fee to watch the fun. Help raise money for a good cause - Lincoln County Adult Literacy, and cheer on the ENMU-Ruidoso teams!
ENMU-Ruidoso campus is now open Saturdays: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Community Ed
Alcohol Server Training
Tuesday, Sept. 11 (view flyer) 
Basic Spanish for Retail Business & Restaurant Employees
Starting Sept. 11
Coming Up 
Home Electrical 101 , Sept. 18
Creative Aging Monthly Meeting, Sept. 21
Women's Introduction to Firearms, Sept 22
For more information, call 575-257-2120
ENMU-Ruidoso's Paul Wenzel presentation at the Hubbard Museum of the American West: TOMORROW, Saturday, Sept. 8, 11:30 a.m. in the Cope Center

Paul is a nationally known artisan and re-enactor of the fur trade era. He will be presenting the tools and technology of about 1810 to 1840 that mountain men brought to New Mexico. When Americans started coming to Taos and Santa Fe the lives of New Mexicans were changed by the items brought into the area.
 
Find out what it would be like to meet a man of that era coming to New Mexico. Paul is the best person you will ever meet recreating this time period. He lives and works in Ruidoso. Bring your family and friends!
                                      
John Eilert 
President of the Friends of the Hubbard Museum of the American West

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