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All Gila National Forest Offices to be closed for business Monday

Silver City, NM – All offices of the Gila National Forest will be closed on August 15, 2016. Employees of the Forest will be engaged in a scheduled in-service for the duration of the business day, but w-- Continue reading

Live original theater returns to Silver City

Live original theater returns to Silver City

Evan Humphrey, Kristen Warnack Josh Burke, Teresa Dahl-Bredine, Kristen Warnack, Jed Bootzin-McCauleyVirus Theater presents a new original play called "I Everything," to be performed Thursday – Sunday, A-- Continue reading

Grant writing series helps nonprofits

Grant writing series helps nonprofits

Grant writing workshop facilitators, Susan Wilger and Lisa Jimenez, together have more than 50 years of experience in the nonprofit sector and have written hundreds of local, state and federal grants-- Continue reading

CCC Reminder for Catwalk Road meeting 17 August

The meeting date for the NM FLAP 159(1) Catwalk Access Road Public Meeting has been set for Wednesday evening, August 17, 2016 at 6:00 to 7:30 PM at the Glenwood Community Center.

Representatives from-- Continue reading

Interwoven Juried Exhibition at CLAY Festival 2016

Interwoven Juried Exhibition at CLAY Festival 2016
  • 1st place winner, Julie Szerina Stein, with her prize-winning piece, Mimbres TotemJaune "Quick to See" SmithSilver City, NM – August 10, 2016

In conjunction with this year's CLAY Festival which took-- Continue reading

Grant County Relay for Life/Survivor's Dinner

The American Cancer Society/Grant County Relay for Life will be hosting the Cancer Survivor Dinner on Friday, August 19th at 5:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church Activity Hall (behind the church) at-- Continue reading

Silver City Public Library Adds a Workshop for August 2016

Silver City Public Library, Workshop: How to Borrow E-Books and Downloadable Audiobooks Thursday, August 25, 10:00am-12:00pm, 515 W. College Avenue, Silver City.

Learn how to access New Mexico Library-- Continue reading

Apache Legends and Lore of Southern New Mexico

Apache Legends and Lore of Southern New Mexico

Lynda A. Sánchez is the scheduled speaker for the next Westerners meeting, to be held on Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. at the Cross Point Church Fellowship Hall. Cross Point Church, formerly na-- Continue reading

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