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Harwood Museum of Art is celebrating 100 years as a center for art and culture in Taos with a Block Party on Ledoux Street!
You are invited Saturday, June 3 from 11am-4pm to kick off the Harwood Centennial with performances, art making, local food vendors and creative activities for all ages. Featuring free museum admission all day for everyone, this is the first chance to experience a new special Centennial exhibition, spanning 100 years of Harwood history.
The Harwood Front Plaza will transform into a stage for the day. At noon, local Taos leaders will help Executive Director Juniper Leherissey herald in the next 100 years and kick-off a concert series showcasing a wide range of local talent.
The Museum’s Ledoux street neighbors, including Barra Vino, Taos Art Supply, Inger Jirby Gallery, Viki Zillioux, and Blumenschein Home and Museum, will join us for this milestone moment hosting activities up and down the block. Additionally, Harwood partners Youth Heartline will help us celebrate with sidewalk chart art and bubbles and the Harwood Alliance will raffle off special birthday gifts to the community. Feed your creativity with Harwood Education by designing a special birthday button to take home, and fill up your tummy with local favorites from the Hot Dog Lady’s cart and Loteria Paleteria or check out the BBQ specials at Barra Vino. Whether you are visiting Taos for the day or have lived here for generations, this day offers something for everyone to celebrate the creative spirit of Taos.