• Afterschool Program

    The Afterschool Program is an enrichment program for students grades K-6.

    The program runs twice on Tuesdays and Thursdays afterschool during the school year.  The program is open to public, private, and home school students and is a collaboration between the Embudo Valley Library, who provides the space and primary program staffer, and the Embudo Valley Tutoring Association, who provides a program assistant. 

    This program is funded by United Way of Northern New Mexico, New Mexico Arts, LANL Foundation, and Conoco Phillips. 

  • The Caterpillar Club - Family Fun STEM to READ Early Literacy

    The Caterpillar Club is a FREE program for children ages 0-5, accompanied by an adult (it is not a drop-off program). Join us for music, storytime, crafts and science activities.  "The Club" is a great opportunity to meet other parents with young children. Afterwards, you can stop by the library for next week’s reading materials for your little one!
    Wednesday mornings: 10:30 - 12:00 at the Community Center, next door to the library.

  • Summer Reading Program

    Summer Reading Tuesdays and Thursdays 10-11:30AM  from June 6 to July 27.  Tuesdays Board Games and Free Play, Thursdays summer reading events and activities. 

    See full event list here or on the calendar on our home page. 


  • Summer 2016 Youth Conservation Corps

    We had a very successful first Youth Conservation Corps Project.  We hired six youth to beautify library grounds with landscaping and a new rock wall.  $20,396 went directly to youth for wages, training, and education.  We send a HUGE thank you to our partners:  NM Youth Conservation Corps, Sheila Fortune Foundation, McCune Charitable Foundation, Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area, Dixon Volunteer Fire Department, Rio Arriba Cooperative Extension, Rio Arriba STOP Program, Partners for Fish and Wildlife, NM Securities Exchange, and Kris MacKain and Cedric Jameson.  

  • Fiesta de Santa Rosa

    A volunteer committee organizes our village's annual Fiesta de Santa Rosa, which takes place on library grounds.


    KLDK-LP 96.5 FM is a low power local radio station run entirely by volunteers. The station broadcasts an eclectic mix of music, local news and syndicated programming, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. For more information call the library at 505-579-9181.

  • Teen Tile Mural Project

    Shel Neymark, Tile Artist, worked with four local teens to create a tile acequia mural map.  The mural documents historic sites and includes traditional spanish place names.  The mural is dedicated to the memory of Estevan Arellano.  It is installed on the side of the co-op building.  Come visit!