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Silver City Police Department Blotter – Jan. 30 - Feb. 2, 2017

Monday, Jan. 30

Shoplifting
610 Silver Heights Blvd.
Caller advised that a named female was inside the store and stole makeup then left in a late ‘90s white Chevy Tahoe about three minutes ago. Officer a-- Continue reading

Stories of Southwestern New Mexico Women – #2 in a series

Co-sponsored by the Western Institute of Lifelong Learning, this workshop is the second in a series of programs in support of the Silver City Museum's exhibition Stories of Southwestern New Mexico Wom-- Continue reading

Community Conversation continues February 7

As a result of the community conversation organized by Deb James at the Office of Sustainability a couple of weeks ago, The Volunteer Center formed a group to discuss our local food system and climate-- Continue reading

The Silver City Woman’s Club to meet Feb 10

The Silver City Woman’s Club will have their monthly meeting on February 10 at 10:30; the location is 411 Silver Heights Blvd.

Everyone is welcome to attend the monthly member’s meeting. Call Lucinda at 575-313-4591 for additional information.

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Lunch and Learn Wednesday, February 22 - Noon

Free - Western Institute of Lifelong Learning (WILL) presents Lynn Haugen's talk, "Giardia, Laughing Frogs, and Bi-parental Care in the Peruvian Amazon."

Bring your lunch, bring a friend, or just brin-- Continue reading

Lunch and Learn Wednesday, February 15 - Noon

Free - Western Institute of Lifelong Learning (WILL) presents Jennifer Coleman and Deborah Heller's talk, "Virtual WNMU and YOU: Cutting Edge Online Courses Offered through WNMU."

Bring your lunch, br-- Continue reading

Lunch and Learn Wednesday, February 8 - Noon

Free - Western Institute of Lifelong Learning (WILL) presents Carmen Vendelin's talk, "Not So Easy: Images of Middle Class Men Accosting Unchaperoned Women on the Streets of Paris circa 1840s-1890s."

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Silver City Public Library announces time change to Feb 25 seed library roundtable

Grant County Seed Library Roundtable: Starting Seeds Indoors Saturday, February 25, 10:30 - 11:30 am, 515 W. College Avenue, Silver City.

Information and demonstration on how to start seeds indoors. C-- Continue reading

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