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Pueblo Baseball: Stitching Our Community Together


This interactive exhibition celebrates the central role that Pueblo Baseball has played and continues to play in many community members’ lives at the 19 Pueblos. It tells stories of Pueblo Baseball in looking at the past, present, and future through interviews, photographs, videos, and memorabilia. Critical skills in athletics, judgment, adaptation, and perception as pitchers, batters, runners, catchers, and umpires are passed down through the generations. Pueblo Baseball games carry on a legacy more than 100+ years old with male team members from 15-55 years old playing together at once.

In creating a space for Pueblo communities to be in dialogue with each other about this century-old tradition, the exhibition serves as an introduction to the ways that Pueblo Baseball shapes Pueblo identities and reflects Pueblo value systems to all audiences. A Community Scrapbook Board will facilitate a space where Pueblo community members can contribute their stories and photographs. During the run of the exhibition, the IPCC will be offering a Baseball Card making activity to school groups. The IPCC team will also be coordinating a panel discussion program with Pueblo Baseball players.