November 2015 is NoBloPoMo and the blog site on The Daily Post says:
There’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), National Non-Fiction Writing Month (NaNonFiWriMo), National Playwriting Month (NaPlWriMo), a month-long drawing challenge, (NaNoDrawMo), and their blogging counterpart, National Blog Posting Month, or NaBloPoMo.
In case you need another one, November is also Native American Heritage Month. And things are hopping down at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center on 12th St NW, Albuquerque. The IPCC is the “Gateway to the Nineteen Pueblos” of New Mexico.
Actually just now it is a somewhat truncated “gateway” as construction is underway for new exhibition rooms and part of the museum downstairs. However, it is still one of Albuquerque’s treasures, and the only museum open on Mondays, which is good to know when your relatives need somewhere to go and are only here for a few days. And the entry fee has been reduced for the time being.
The 2nd Annual Pueblo Film Festival looms ahead; November 21/22 will be the place to be – where can you see films all day for $5 entry fee (and a donation please). Pueblo Women in film; environmental films; Pueblos in Media presentation; reception, etc.
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Be there or be square.