Recurring movement-based programs in New Mexico Public Libraries – contact the libraries to confirm availability of programs. Please add to or correct this information by using the form on the bottom of this page.
The Public Library of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County (The ABQ-BERNCO Library) – http://abqlibrary.org/storytimes – Music and Movement Storytimes offered at multiple branches on multiple days/times for ages 0-6.
Artesia Public Library – http://www.artesianm.gov/146/Library – StoryWalk® offered in collaboration with local parks; Twist and Twirl (a music and movement-based program) offered monthly during the school year.
Aztec Public Library – http://www.azteclibrary.org/ – The library offers Hatha Yoga classes (for adults and mature teens) three times a week: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings. Classes are led by library director, and certified (Yoga Alliance) teacher, Kate Skinner.
The Thomas Branigan Memorial Library (Las Cruces) – http://www.las-cruces.org/departments/quality-of-life/thomas-branigan-library – Library offers a weekly music and movement program for ages 2-5 and their caregivers called Rhythm RoundUp. The program is presented January – November on Fridays @ 10:30am. The program includes singing, dancing, aerobics, imaginative movement, and rhythm instruments and props (sticks, eggs, scarves, wrist ribbons).
Rio Rancho Public Libraries – www.riorancholibraries.org – Jiggle and Jam, weekly music and movement program for pre-k children and their caregivers that integrates STEAM elements is offered at both branches year round.
Socorro Public Library – http://www.adobelibrary.org/ – Audiobook Walk is offered during June and July on Mondays at 9am and Fridays at 8am, and the remainder of the year on Fridays at 8am. Meet at Socorro Public Library, walk for an hour, and listen to your audio selection of choice.