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2021 means Valentines ‘to go’

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Elena and Willis Howe of Roswell show the take-out boxes containing the art supplies needed to make origami birds for Valentine’s Day and mini-books. The supplies were given away Saturday by the Miniatures and Curious Collections Museum on North Richardson Avenue. “Even with the cold, it has been well attended,” said museum co-founder Elaine Howe. “The restrictions aren’t deterring people. They are getting their take-out box and doing arts and crafts at home.” Valentine’s Day activities and supplies also were offered at Anderson Museum of Contemporary Arts and Bone Springs Art Gallery on Saturday. Howe said the mini-books are intended to complement the 2021 Big Read Roswell campaign, coordinated primarily by Eastern New Mexico University-Roswell and funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. (Lisa Dunlap Photo)

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Lisa Dunlap is a general assignment reporter for the Roswell Daily Record.