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Thursday, March 28, 2024
Thursday, March 28, 2024
  • 08:00am - 12:00pm  WNMU Offering Free Tax Preparation Assistance  ::  Education

    Western New Mexico University students are offering free tax preparation assistance to seniors and low-income. This free service is for people whose household income is $64,000 or less and for those who are 65 years or older. The volunteers — WNMU ...   

    Location  WNMU Harlan Hall

  • 09:00am - 03:00pm  Spring Break Drama Camps  ::  Arts & Music, Education, Kids' Activity

    The second set of Drama Camps are March 25-30 and serve Guadalupe Montessori and Silver Schools students over their Spring Break.  Ms. Trinidad will lead grades 1-5 with a “Mixed-Up Fairy Tales” theme.  Students create their own fractured fairy tales ...   

  • 09:30am  Board of Regents of Western New Mexico University Meeting  ::  Legal Notices

    The Board of Regents of Western New Mexico University will meet beginning at 8:30 a.m. in Executive Session at the Serna Conference Room located in the Castorena Administration Building. The Board will later convene in Regular Session at 9:30 a.m. ...   

    Location  WNMU - Castorena Administration Building

  • 04:00pm  "Life Cafe" Explores Near Death Experiences  ::  Health & Wellness, Education

    More than 13 million Americans have reported near death experiences, a phenomenon defined as a "lucid experience associated with perceived consciousness apart from the body occurring at the time of actual or threatened, imminent death," according to the Near Death Research ...   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

  • 04:00pm  Silver City Public Library - Squishy Circuits  ::  Kids' Activity

    Squishy Circuits. Play with connective dough. Thursday, March 28 at 4pm Full press release:    

    Location  Silver City Public Library

  • 05:00pm  Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregivers group  ::  Public Meetings

    The next meeting of the Alzheimer's/Dementia Caregivers group at Cross Point Church on Hiwy 180 E..  Our speaker will be Sophia Whiting, Hospice community liaison. Her topic will be" Hospice--Myths & Facts."      

    Location  Cross Point Assembly of God Church

    Contact  Linda Brake 575-590-1499.

  • 06:30pm  Classic Westerns Film Series - Fort Bayard Historic Preservation Society  ::  Arts & Music

    The Fort Bayard Historic Preservation Society will host a twelve part movie series, commencing on Thursday, January 11th, and continuing each Thursday evening through March 28th.  The series will feature some of the most highly regarded Westerns produced by Hollywood ...   

    Location  Santa Clara Armory

    Contact  Doug Dinwiddie at 575-388-4862

  • 07:00pm  Whiskey Creek Zócalo - Songwriter’s Showcase   ::  Arts & Music

    Last Thursday of the Month. Limited spots. Must Sign Up in Person Come showcase songs you’ve been working on. Full press release:    

    Location  Whiskey Creek Zócalo

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