New Board Members Elected

The Board of Directors and staff of El Rancho de las Golondrinas are pleased to welcome two new Board members. Jenny Crysler is a volunteer at Las Golondrinas, grew up in New Mexico and has been visiting the Museum her entire life. Jenny is the CPA and the Business Manager at Turquoise Trail Charter School in…

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Volunteering is Fun!

Doug Holthaus

This month’s volunteer profile features Doug Holthaus. “When I first visited Santa Fe in 1974 while on a business trip, I stumbled upon El Rancho de las Golondrinas purely by accident,” says Doug Holthaus. “It was love at first sight. I was struck by its beautiful landscape — especially the tunnel of towering cottonwood trees,…

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Object of the Month

Projectile Point

By Amanda Mather For the past 2.5 million years, people have been manipulating rock to do our bidding: sharpening and shaping stone into things we can scrape, hunt, cut, and drill with. Rock has been our friend! Projectile points and stone tools are great ways to see how cultures have changed over time and to…

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