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Courtesy Photo Jennifer Leherissey, Harwood Museum executive director, speaks to the Taos County Historical Society on March 4 about the Harwood's upcoming centennial celebrations

Preview Harwood Museum’s Centennial Celebrations

TAOS, NM — There’s a timelessness about the Taos Valley and its mountains that transcends mere centuries. Even so, Centennials are cause for celebration, and such is happening this year as our Harwood Museum of Art celebrates its 100th anniversary as a steward of Western history and American art and as the heart and soul of Taos’ artistic life.

In advance of the Centennial kickoff in June, the Taos County Historical Society is pleased to present Juniper Leherissey, the Harwood’s executive director, for a look back at the Harwood’s remarkable history and a look ahead at the seven months of events that will launch the Harwood into the future.

Ms. Leherissey’s talk begins at 2 pm, Saturday, March 4, in the Kit Carson Electric Coop boardroom, 118 Cruz Alta Road.

For questions about the Harwood and the Centennial events, call Shemai at (575) 758-9826 x 109 or Jennifer at (505) 603-8643. For questions about the March 4 TCHS program, call (612) 743-6546.