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Authors Speak Series

7 pm, Mar 28, 2013 | free
 

Bart Kaltenbach, Barbara Anschel and Steve Fitch discuss their book Sun Sticks and Mud: 1000 Years of Earth Building in the Desert Southwest.



Where: Mesa Public Library
Phone: 662-8250
Address:
2400 Central Ave.
Los Alamos,
87544

 

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