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Bruce Wilson Book Talk and Signing

Death in the Black Patch

November 3, 2016, 11:00am

Silver City Public Library, 515 West College Avenue

Bruce Wilson is a writer, historian and educator living in Silver City. He is a graduate of Calif-- Continue reading

Southwest New Mexico Audubon November 2016 meeting

Friday, November 4, 2016, 7:00 - 8:30 PM Southwest New Mexico Audubon monthly meeting

Guest speaker Karen Beckenbach will talk about - Rafting through the Grand Canyon. Light refreshments will be avai-- Continue reading

Horsemanship clinic

This will be the 4th time Magen has given lessons here in the Silver City area. She is a former clinician of Clinton Anderson's Downunder Horsemanship. One of only a few to reach Professional level at-- Continue reading

Registration Open For Spring 2017 Semester

Silver City, NM – Registration is now open for the spring semester that begins in January 2017.

New students to Western New Mexico University should first fill out an application for admission which i-- Continue reading

Parting the Veils, a playshop...

Parting the Veils, a playshop...

Parting the Veils
Spiritual Alchemy with Tarot, a Playshop
November 5th — 10 am to 3 pm

This engaging experiential will explore the seven primary Alchemical operations represented in the Azoth which, al-- Continue reading

Town and Country Garden Club to meet Oct 25

The Town and Country Garden Club meet at 1:00 pm Tuesday October 25, at the Episcopal Church, 615 Texas. Dr. Dale Giese, retired history professor will be the speaker. This will be followed by a business session and refreshments. Visitors are welcome.

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MRAC Schedules 2016 Annual Business Meeting

The Mimbres Region Arts Council will be holding an Annual Business Meeting on October 27 from 5:15 pm until 5:45 pm. Members, sponsors, donors and contributors and other individuals interested in the-- Continue reading

Silver City Receives Beautification Grant

Silver City Receives Beautification Grant

The Office of Sustainability for the Town of Silver City recently received a grant from Keep New Mexico Beautiful, Inc. to purchase plants for public spaces. This grant is benefiting the local economy-- Continue reading

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