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Event date: 8/5/2022 4:00 PM - 10/28/2022 5:00 PM Export event
We Are Water Traveling Exhibit
Navajo Nation Library

We Are Water Traveling Exhibit

Discover the water cycle with hands-on activities. Create your own water story. Learn about water, animals, and plants from organizations based in your community. And then head inside to check out the We are Water: Connecting Communities traveling exhibition for the very first time!

The We are Water exhibition showcases themes about water in the Four Corners region of the Southwestern United States. Community members of all ages are invited to explore their shared watershed and local ecosystems, connect with neighbors through their common and unique experiences with water, share their memories and stories and come together to imagine a future for water in their communities.

The We are Water exhibition is FREE for all visitors and will be at Navajo Nation Library and Navajo Nation Museum through the end of October 2022.

For more information, please visit: www.wearewater.colorado.edu 

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The mission of  the Navajo Nation Library is to provide free, equitable access and services that combine and integrates Diné traditional knowledge with library and information services. Our goal is to empower all Diné community members through literacy, technology, creativity, and personal and intellectual growth that will support and encourage multi-generational learners.

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