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Heinrich Staff To Hold Mobile Office Hours In Silver City February 16

LAS CRUCES, N.M. - In an ongoing effort to provide top-notch constituent service, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich's (D-N.M.) staff will hold Mobile Office Hours in Silver City on Thursday, February 16, f-- Continue reading

"Toy Story" Cowboy and Chocolates!

Copper Quail Gallery is featuring a "Photo Booth" for Chocolate Fantasia on Saturday, February 11, from 12 til 5. Visitors can get their photo taken with Woody & Jessie charactors from "Toy Story"-- Continue reading

PFLAG Scholarship Benefit Dance

PFLAG Silver City will host its 6th annual scholarship benefit dance on April 1, 8:00 to 11:00 PM, at the Old Elks Lodge, 315 N. Texas in Silver City. This year's theme is "Rhythm and Blues and Rainbo-- Continue reading

Directing Workshop offered by Silver City Community Theatre

Silver City, NM – The Silver City Community Theatre (SCCT) is offering a workshop on the basics of stage directing. This workshop, taught by Ann-Marie Elder, Associate Professor of Theater at Western N-- Continue reading

Library documentary series - Pluto February 14

The Silver City Public Library is showing a series of NOVA science documentaries from January through May, 2017. Each month community members can view a film on a different fascinating topic, ranging-- Continue reading

Digital Media Series To Focus On Small Business Growth

Silver City, NM – The Small Business Development Center at Western New Mexico University is hosting series of four workshops for small businesses focused on digital media.

The workshops are designed t-- Continue reading

Grant County Association of Educational Retirees announces a $500 Scholarship

The Grant County Association of Educational Retirees is announcing a $500 Scholarship to be awarded to a graduating senior or High School graduate enrolling in a post secondary school for the first ti-- Continue reading

Silver City Museum Serves as Chocolate Stop, February 11

From Noon to 5pm, stop on by the Silver City Museum for Chocolate Fantasia – Wild West Days 2017. Chocolate confections will be offered in the kitchen of the Silver City Museum, made by chocolatiers fro-- Continue reading

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