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Still time to attend spring break programs

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The Roswell Public Library is pleased to present author William Matson on April 7 at 2 p.m. to talk about his book “Crazy Horse: The Lakota Warrior’s Life & Legacy.” He will be joined by two of the infamous war chief’s closest living relatives, Floyd Clown and Doug War Eagle, who will be discussing the family tales and oral history that the book is based on.

It is the first time they have ever told their side of the story. This program is free to attend and open to all ages.

There’s still time for the kids to attend the special spring break programs this week. Registration is required, so contact the children’s librarian to find out if spaces are available and get signed up.

For more information you can call 575-622-7101, visit 301 N. Pennsylvania Ave. or roswell-nm.gov.

Book Talk by Debra Thomas
Technical Services Supervisor

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