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TAS Book Group - DATE CHANGE - Sept. 21 - Please RSVP

  • 21 Sep 2016
  • 7:00 PM
  • Home of Don Keeffe

 After a summer hiatus of 3 months, the TAS BookClub will resume meeting in September; the book chosen is Over the Santa Fe Trail to Mexico...the travel diaries and autobiography of Dr. Rowland Willard, ed. by Joy Poole 2015 to be discussed.  Also, an extra treat, the editor Joy Poole will be a TAS speaker sometime next spring!

Wednesday, Sept 21 @ 7pm at Don Keeffe's home

Please RSVP Don at drdonkeefe@yahoo.com only if you are attending so he can have a head count.

Directs to 1084 C.R. 110 (Old State Rd. 570)

 Traveling south on Hwy 68 towards Espanola .Turn right on County Road 110 (approx.1.7 miles from RanchosPostOffice) .Drive approx 1.6miles (after passing entrance to Taos Country Club,2nd house on right).

 Traveling south on Los Cordovas Rd.  When Los Cordovas ends at CountyRoad 110 ,turn left. Drive 0.1mile, house on left

Some other books we are reading are:

  • Talking to the Ground...one family's journey on horseback across the sacred land of the Navajo by Douglas Preston 1995...will be hosted by Chris Riveles Taos Library has a copy
  • Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari 2014 Insightful and entertaining. Taos Library has a copy
  • A Great Aridness: climate change and the future of the American southwest (2011) by William DeBuys Taos library has a copy
  • Mesa Of Sorrows...A History Of The Awat'ovi Massacre By James F. Brooks 2016 Taos Library Has A Copy
  • The Origin Myth Of Acoma Pueblo By Edward Proctor Hunt 2015
  • Jungles Of Stone: The True Story Of Two Men, Their Extraordinary Journey, And The Discovery Of The Lost Civilization Of The Maya. William Carlson, 2016 (this book recommended by Jeff Boyer)

The Book Club is always open to suggestion of book ideas.

Taos Archaeological Society

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Taos, NM, 87571


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