We like to have fun with our members. Our popular events give us a chance to participate in our communities and interact with our members on a personal level. Bring the family out. We can’t wait to see you!
White Rock DNCU Branch Groundbreaking (Sept. 17)
Help us celebrate the groundbreaking for a brand new Del Norte CU branch in White Rock. Join us for a brief announcement on the site of the construction--the corner of Rover Blvd. and NM 4--promptly at 10 a.m.
International Credit Union Day (Oct. 15)
ICU Day is an annual celebration to reflect on the credit union movement and promote its achievements.This year's theme "People Helping People" emphasizes credit unions' positive impact in their communities and around the world. We invite DNCU members to stop by all branches for a small token of appreciation (while supplies last).
Like us on Facebook... and you could win a weekend getaway!
Show you are proud to be a member of the Best Credit Union. Like us on Facebook! We will choose one lucky person who follows Del Norte Credit Union on October 15, 2015 to win a weekend getaway to Pagosa Springs, Colorado.* (*Chances of winning based on number of DNCU members on DNCU's Facebook page on Oct. 15, 2015.)
Daniel McCoy/IAIA Exhibit at DNCU Cordova (Fall)
DNCU in association with the Institute of American Indian Arts unveils an exhibit at DNCU Cordova branch featuring work by Daniel McCoy, a Native American artist (Muscogee Creek/Citizen Band Potowatomi) whose vibrant acrylic works depict native themes interwoven with contemporary messaging that harken his mural and billboard experience."I paint so I can leave an imprint of my existence. I re-create past triumphs, disasters, as well as inspiring stories in my works." Many thanks to IAIA for facilitating this exhibit. Click here for more information about Daniel's art. All paintings are for sale.
Than Povi Fine Art at DNCU DeVargas (Fall)
A new exhibit at DNCU DeVargas branch featuring works by Native artists Gerald Nailor, Sr. (1917-1952) and Gerald Nailor, Jr. Nailor, Sr. was heralded for his exquisite silkscreen prints. In 1939 he was commissioned by the WPA to create a large mural, which still exists in the Dept. of the Interior Building in Washington, DC. His work hangs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art, the Museum of the American Indian, and the Denver Art Museum. Nailor, Jr., of the Pueblo of Picuris, paints in many mediums--this exhibit showcases landscapes in pastels. His work can be viewed at Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos, Indian Pueblos Cultural Center Museum, DeVargas Center, and Hotel Santa Fe. Many thanks to Than Povi Fine Art for providing this exhibit - all prints and paintings are for sale.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk (until October 3rd)
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks are the largest network of breast cancer awareness events in the nation, uniting nearly 300 communities with a shared determination to finish the fight. We support the American Cancer Society event as a Flagship Sponsor and will be fundraising in all branches from August 17th until the event on October 3rd. Stop by a branch to buy a pink T-shirt, wrist band, or lapel pin, or just make a donation. For more information about the Santa Fe event, see their website.
Street Eats (Sunday, Sept. 27)
Calling all foodies! DNCU is the Title Sponsor for an inaugural truck fest being held on site at the Santa Fe Reporter headquarters, 132 East Marcy St., in downtown Santa Fe. Enjoy the flavors of the mobile food movement (including two dessert trucks) and the sounds of a live deejay. Fun for the whole community.
Los Alamos Artists Studio Tour (LAAST) (October 17-18)
DNCU is a sponsor of this year’s LAAST, which showcases some of the finest artists of the area. A fun way to enjoy a fall day and Los Alamos’s artistic culture and meet some of the artists on their home turf.