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Get Your “Share the Experience Pass”—Free Admittance to Cultural Sites—At the Santa Fe Library

STEP Passes Good for Six People at O’Keeffe, IAIA Museum, Botanical Garden, Children’s Museum

By Santa Fe Public Library

Santa Fe, NM –Santa Fe Public Libraries are part of a new program designed to connect Santa Feans in every neighborhood to the art and cultural sites that make Santa Fe an international destination, for free.

The program aligns directly to Culture Connects, the City’s roadmap for connecting citizens to culture. That process included specific recommendations to “Remove obstacles to meaningful and relevant cultural experiences for all,” and “Expand opportunities for young people to participate in cultural activities.

”The Share the Experience Pass (S.T.E.P) will be available starting Thursday, April 12th at all three Santa Fe Public Libraries: Southside, La Farge and the Main Library downtown.

The Pass gives free admission to four cultural institutions in Santa Fe: The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, IAIA Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, The Santa Fe Botanical Garden and the Santa Fe Children’s Museum.

Just like a library book, the pass is available on a check-out basis, so all you need is an up-to-date library card—free at any of Santa Fe’s three libraries—to get free admission for up to six people at the four Santa Fe cultural sites.

Once you check it out, the pass is good for fourteen days. Each person can check the pass out once every thirty days – and no advance reservations will be taken.

The S.T.E.P. Pass does not include access to certain special events or member-only activities, so some exclusions may apply.

Stop by your favorite local neighborhood library starting April 12th to get the pass and be a part of Santa Fe’s culture!

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