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2015 Groundbreaking Film: Mata Ortiz – The Untold Stories

Silver City, New Mexico October 1, 2015

Filmmaker Ron Goebel presents a new documentary shot on location in Mata Ortiz, Chihuahua, Mexico. Interviews with artists and researchers native to the region-- Continue reading

"The Days Are As Grass" to be performed by SCCT

Silver City, October 1, 2015 – The play, The Days Are As Grass, will be performed by the Silver City Community Theatre (SCCT) at WNMU'S Fine Arts Center Theater, 1000 W. College Street in Silver City, a-- Continue reading

Reserve Ranger District Plans Prescribed Burns, Fall of 2015

Reserve Ranger District Plans Prescribed Burns, Fall of 2015

RESERVE, NM; Oct. 1, 2015 – Reserve Ranger District fire management personnel are preparing to conduct the 2,500-acre Sheep Basin prescribed fire, approximately ten miles southeast of Reserve, NM off F-- Continue reading

World Quaker Day, October 4

Hi Friends - Next Sunday, October 4, is "World Quaker Day." Friends around the world, in every time zone, will be celebrating at sunrise in a great rolling wave of celebration, thanksgiving and worshi-- Continue reading

Little Toad Creek Celebrates Expansion


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It Takes A Village Needs Volunteers

There is an endless amount of work to do around the store, so please help if you can. I am overloaded with work, between the reorganization of the store and the homelessness project, so really need help. Please considering helping out with even a few hours a week.

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Dinner and a Movie, October 7

On October 7 from 5PM-8PM It Takes A Village will have a community gathering in the area outside the store. Come break bread with your fellow Silver Citians, and enjoy free delicious food, great conve-- Continue reading

Big Ditch Rising Oct. 1 Update

For those of you who don't know, Big Ditch Rising is the name of the committee we started to work to create a safe space for the homeless. We are working hard, but have hit a roadblock with the City.-- Continue reading

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