In today’s community calendar, Monique Fragua, The Pueblo Indian Cultural Center’s Museum Director, and Leo Vicenti, the Center’s Project Specialist join Rachel Jordan to discuss the 4th annual Pueblo Resilience Run Commemorating the Pueblo Revolt of 1680.
The run is Happening August 6th, at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. The run is available as a a 10K, 5K, and team event. There is a 1K run for the kids as well. Price of registration includes admission into museum, t-shirts and samples of pueblo oven bread. Dancers will be in attendance as well as artists as part of the community day. The cost of registration is between $10 and $30 for individual runners, and $100 for teams.
Awards will be presented for the top three for each age group, the top three overall (men & women), and team challenge (best combined score, 10k, 5K)
During the Pueblo Revolt of 1680, many of the New Mexico pueblo communities joined together in unity to thwart military action of the Spanish people. They did this by utilizing knots, which are featured in the logo of the Resilience Run.