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Re-dedication of Valdez Park, Española, Monday, Jan. 30th, 11:30 a.m.
DNCU will be holding a ceremony to re-dedicate Valdez Park, Española, and commemorate Petty Officer Phil I. Valdez, for whom the park was named. He died in action 50 years ago on January 29, 1967 and received the Navy Cross for saving wounded Marines under fire. We will be honoring all those who have given military service. American Legion Post 17 will provide a color guard and Disabled American Veterans will provide an honor guard. The public is invited.
Our financial wellness partner, GreenPath, also offers webinars from time-to-time. Look for those here.
Financial Wellness Webinar Wednesdays: Find them here - they're free! Note the Spanish and evening seminars in November. Scheduled seminars are:
Ross Soleil Palmer at DeVargas Branch
The newest artist to become part of the DNCU North Star Artist series is Ross Soleil Palmer - a talented young artist who has overcome many obstacles to hone his craft. Ross is functionally blind and physically challenged with cerebral palsy, yet displays a great talent for landscapes and abstract art. Stop by and check out his colorful acrylics - all works are for sale directly through Ross and his mom, Raya. The exhibit will be at the DNCU DeVargas branch through early January.
Textured Photography - White Rock
We are delighted to welcome artist/photographer Karen Waters into the DNCU North Star Artist Series – with an exhibit “Textured Photography,” currently on display at the Del Norte CU branch in White Rock. Her stunning images of nature have an almost other-worldly dimension, which she credits to the way she utilizes textures to enhance her imagery, “I use the textures as a visual aid to further express the emotional depth of that moment.” All photos are available for sale directly through the artist. Find out more about this versatile artist at www.karenwatersart.com.
Abstract Landscapes at DNCU Cordova
Del Norte CU welcomes Dina Dorothea Ney into the DNCU NORTH STAR artist series--with an exhibit featuring her work at our DNCU Cordova branch. Her exhibit, "Abstract Landscapes," will be on view for the next several months; all works are available for purchase directly through the artist. Ney is a prolific artist who lives near Pecos, NM. She works in a variety of media such as installation, collage, painting, and sculpture. For her, art means experiment—the freedom to work with different techniques, styles, and materials. “My abstract paintings are divided by horizontal lines into two parts, two main colors, like sky and earth. They resemble landscapes and are inspired by the open skies and magnificent landscapes of New Mexico,” she explains.
Events We Support
La Familia Medical Center 4th Annual Divine Decadence (March 18, 2017)
Top Santa Fe chefs present chocolate culinary delights to support La Familia, a nonprofit, non-sectarian community health center which is the only resource providing all members of our community free or affordable preventative health care.