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2019
September, 2019
  • Babytime Sing and Play  ::  Kids' Activity

    Join us for stories, songs and rhymes, and movement for infants 0-24 months and their caregivers. Free, no registration necessary.   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

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

  • Laughter Yoga  ::  Health & Wellness

    Use the physical act of laughter to enhance your health. No jokes are used, but lots of breathing, laughing and clapping. Free.   

    Location  Lotus Center

    Contact  575-388-0243

  • New Hope Al-Anon Family Group   ::  Health & Wellness

    Al Anon Family Groups are for family and friends of alcoholics. This is an Open Meeting of Al-Anon.   

    Location  First Presbyterian Church

    Contact  575-313-7891

  • Adult Ballet: Integrating Body and Spirit  ::  Health & Wellness

    Beginning level with career professional ballerina, Sallyann Mulcahy   

    Location  Lotus Center

  • Tai Chi: 8 Forms  ::  Health & Wellness

    WNMU Expressive Arts Pavilion (Behind FACT; in front of McCray Gallery). Outdoors, in the shade. Class suitable for all levels. Based on Yang style Tai Chi to improve balance and strength, Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Benches for sitting, but you ...   

    Location  WNMU Francis McCray Gallery of Contemporarly Art

    Contact  575-313-6883 or emikols@Q.com

  • District Ranger Ihle to Speak About the Formation of the Gila National Forest at Rotary Meeting  ::  Social Events

    District Ranger Beth Ihle will alk about the forming of the Gila National Forest, including the first designated wilderness area in the United States. Members of the public are invited to attend. There is no charge to attend the meeting, but guests are ...   

    Location  WNMU Sunset Room, 2nd Floor Cafeteria

  • Gilawriters Expressive Writing Group   ::  Arts & Music

    The Gilawriters Expressive Writing Group welcomes writers of all levels to participate. All writing is done during the session. Free. Endorsed by the Southwest Festival of the Written Word at www.swwordfiesta.org   

    Location  Murray Ryan Visitor Center

    Contact  trish.heck@gmail.com or 575-534-0207

  • Early Childhood Development and Education Discusion  ::  Education

    These conversations are part of a statewide needs assessment being conducted by the New Mexico Early Childhood Development Partnership (NMECDP), in partnership with the State, in order to develop a strategic plan for the new Early Childhood Education and Care ...   

    Location  Community Partnership for Children

  • Minecraft Club  ::  Kids' Activity

    Kids ages 6-12 are invited to play and explore collaboratively with Minecraft in a social setting. If you have a Minecraft account, bring your login information. If you do not, the library will provide a log-in for you. Free, no ...   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

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

  • Zumba Fitness in Hurley  ::  Health & Wellness

    Zumba Fitness is a moderate-high intensity aerobic fitness class moving to Zumba choreography and inspired Latin music. All classes cost $3/class.   

    Location  Hurley Community Center

  • Curbside Consulting  ::  Education

    FREE! Help for non-profits or those considering one. Every Wednesday, by appointment only.    

    Location  College Plaza Suite #16

    Contact  575-597-0035 or email NRG@swchi.org

  • Wednesday Farmers' Market  ::  Social Events

    All kinds of fresh produce available.   

    Location  Ace Hardware

  • First United Methodist Church Meditations Group  ::  Spiritual

    Pastor Jared Secret will lead a "Christian Meditation" Group. It will be a weekly meeting, and all are welcome to attend!   

    Location  First United Methodist Church

  • Ballet for Adults; Body and Spirit with Sallyann Mulcahy  ::  Health & Wellness

    For more information on the class, please visit:http://www.lotuscentersc.org/classes-moving-arts/   

    Location  Lotus Center

  • Nonprofit Resource Group (NRG) Advocacy Workshop  ::  Education

    The workshop is $25. Advocacy experts, Charlie Alfero and Priscilla Lucero, will share how to advocate at the local and state levels to increase the funding, credibility and visibility of your nonprofit.and how nonprofits can participate more successfully in the ...   

    Location  Western New Mexico University

    Contact  To register: 575-597-0035 or email: kmilligan@swchi.org.

  • Storytime  ::  Kids' Activity

    Join us for stories, songs and rhymes, movement, and simple crafts. Storytimes are designed for children ages 0-5 and their caregivers. Free, no registration necessary.   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

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

  • WILL Lunch and Learn on service and therapy dogs  ::  Education

    Darlene Colman, who has worked with dogs for more than 50 years, will discuss: "What's in a name? Service, Therapy, Emotion Support, Comfort," on service and therapy dogs.    

    pups

    Location  WNMU Global Resource Center ABC Room

    Contact  575-538-6835 or http://www.will-learning.com/#/

  • Republican Headquarters to be Open Wednesday  ::  Political

    Drop by and say hello.   

    Location  Republican Party Headquarters

  • Gin Rummy  ::  Social Events

    Beginners welcome, experts challenged.   

    Location  Tranquil Buzz Coffee House

    Contact  575-534-9355

  • Future Engineers  ::  Kids' Activity

    Creative construction and experimenting fun with LEGO® bricks, K'NEX®, Strawbees, and more! This activity is geared toward children ages 6-12. Free, no registration necessary.   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

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

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