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Saturday, August 17, 2019
Saturday, August 17, 2019
  • Now Showing at the Silco Theater  ::  Arts & Music

    "The Lion King" (PG) 1:00,  4:00 & 7:00pm   

    Location  Silco Theater

    Contact  www.thesilco.com or 575-956-6185

  • 08:00am - 01:00pm  Glenwood Street Market  ::  Social Events

    A variety of food – home-baked items, canned goods, fresh produce, plants, handcrafted jewelry, leather goods, outdoor decorative items and much more.   

    Location  Glenwood, New Mexico

  • 08:30am - 12:00pm  Silver City Downtown Farmers' Market  ::  Social Events

    The Saturday Farmers' Market will be relocating to 901 N. Pope Street on the corner of College Ave. at the old LIfequest Building due to construction of Main Street Plaza, There will still be produce, food, artists, vendors, music and ...   

    Location  Temporary Farmers Market

    Contact  silvercityfarmersmarket.com

  • 08:30am  Weight Watchers  ::  Health & Wellness

    Weigh-in will begin at 8:00am and the meeting begins at 8:30.   

    Location  First Presbyterian Church

  • 10:00am - 01:00pm  Library Arcade  ::  Kids' Activity

    Teens are invited to hang out with video games, board games, and music. Ages 10+, free, no registration necessary.   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

    Contact  575-538-3672 or ref@silvercitymail.com

  • 11:00am - 12:00pm  History of Silver City: From Prehistoric Settlements to American Town  ::  Education

    Historian and speaker, Liz Mikols, presents an overview of the major historic eras and their influences in Silver City history. Learn about the various people and cultures who lived here and the influences that shaped Silver City from 1500-1900.   

    Location  Silver City Museum Annex

  • 12:00pm - 02:30pm  An Actors Workshop: “Intro to Performing Monologues”  ::  Arts & Music

    Advance enrollment required, limited to 12. Admission $20; SCCT Members Free.Presented by Silver City Community Theatre. Instructor is Hallie Harris. Learn to integrate acting & performance basics as you create a short performance piece. Practice techniques for memorizing, using your body ...   

    Contact  To enroll: thomaswleeper@yahoo.com

  • 01:00pm - 03:00pm  Permaculture Silver City  ::  Social Events

    Plant of the Month: Sumac - Please share your knowledge, experiences, and ideas about these plants. Skill Share: Composting with Biochar - with TrollWorks. Field Trip: TrollWorks Tour 3:30pm-5pm - We'll carpool out to TrollWorks' shop in Santa Clara after ...   

    Location  Silver City Visitor Center

  • 05:00pm - 07:30pm  WNMU Welcome Back Bash  ::  Social Events

    WNMU President Dr. Joseph Shepard will give a State of the University address at The Fry House, then WNMU students, employees and community members can visit booths offering information about campus services and organizations. Attendees can enjoy beats by DJ ...   

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    Location  The HUB

  • 06:30pm  Fort Bayard 153rd Anniversary Celebration  ::  Education

    Sherry Robinson will present her talk entitled “The Mystery Apaches." The fort was established on August 21, 1866 by Company B, of the 125th Colored Infantry, marking the beginning of a history that has included involvement in the Apache Wars, ...   

    Location  Fort Bayard New Deal Theater

    Contact  575-388-4862

  • 06:30pm  Robert Kuhn  ::  Arts & Music

    Live music https://www.robertkuhnmusic.com/bio   

    Location  Buckhorn Opera House

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