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2020
January, 2020
  • Aldo Leopold Birthday Celebration at the Gila Visitor Center  ::  Social Events

    NPS and USFS booths will be setup in front of the Visitor Center offering information and activities, while readings of Leopold’s essay, Thinking Like a Mountain will take place at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm in the Visitor ...   

    Location  Gila Cliff Dwellings

    Contact  575-536-9461 or www.nps.gov/gicl

  • Silver City Farmers' Market  ::  Social Events

    Saturday market to remain open in temporary location with new hours. Fresh produce, food and fun.   

    Location  Temporary Farmers Market

  • Glenwood Street Market  ::  Social Events

    The Glenwood Street Market is filled with holiday-themed items from decorations and ornaments to a wide variety of hand-crafted gift items in addition to the usual home-baked items, canned goods, handcrafted jewelry, leather goods, outdoor decorative items and much more.   

    Location  Glenwood, New Mexico

  • Friends of the Silver City Public Library Book Sale  ::  Fundraiser

    Hundreds of audio books, paperback, hardbacks, fiction, collectables, CDs and more.   

    Location  FOL Bookstore

  • Free Walmart Wellness Day  ::  Health & Wellness

    Along with affordable flu shots, Walmart also is offering free health screenings, other low-cost immunizations and an opportunity to talk with a local pharmacist and other health and wellness professionals.   

    Location  Wal-Mart

  • Fort Bayard Museum Winter Hours  ::  Social Events

    The Fort Bayard Historic Preservation Society has announced that effective November 2, the Museum, located in the historic Hospital Commander’s house at Fort Bayard National Historic Landmark, will be open Saturdays only, from 10:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Special hours and tours of the ...   

    Location  Fort Bayard Museum

  • Winter Weaving Workshop  ::  Arts & Music

    Hosana Eilert of Wild West Weaving will teach us how to create our own one-of-a-kind fabric.   

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    Location  Silver City Museum Annex

  • “I Couldn’t Care Less”   ::  Spiritual

    Rev. Dan Lillie of Albuquerque will talk about apathy, that literally means “a lack of care or concern,” his feelings about it, and why apathy can be important to us. This is a Family Program Sunday and today’s Children's Program ...   

    Contact  uufellowshipofsilvercity@gmail.com or www.uufsc.com

  • Movies at the Light Hall Theater  ::  Arts & Music

    "Terminator: Dark Fate" (R)   

    Location  Light Hall Theatre

    Contact  movies.wnmu.edu

  • Babytime Sing and Play  ::  Kids' Activity

    BabyJoin us for stories, songs and rhymes, and movement for infants 0-24 months and their caregivers. Free, no registration necessary.   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

    Contact  575-538-3672 or programs@silvercitymail.com

  • Santa Clara/Historic Fort Bayard Visitors Center  ::  Social Events

    Winter schedule, open Mondays and Fridays.   

    Location  Santa Clara Armory

  • Widowed and Single Persons of Grant County Meeting  ::  Social Events

    Our speaker will be Ted Presler, he'll tell us about "The World Of Natural Rubber". Cost for lunch is $12. All singles are welcome.   

    Location  Cross Point Assembly of God Church

    Contact  575-537-3643

  • Laughter Yoga  ::  Health & Wellness

    Use the physical act of laughter to enhance your health. No jokes are used, but lots of breathing, laughing and clapping. Free.   

    Location  Lotus Center

    Contact  575-388-0243

  • · Literacy Link Leamos First Annual Event Planning Meeting   ::  Public Meetings

    There will be Texas style chili, cornbread, desserts and drinks. We have set the date for Love Your Library, plus we have dates for other events in which we participate. Please think about signing up to help out! Remember you ...   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

  • Zumba Gold  ::  Health & Wellness

    Based on the international Zumba Fitness Format, this class is designed for beginners and/or older adults. We use Rock n Roll, Latin and International music to move and have fun. Class suitable for all levels. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. First ...   

    Location  Silver City Recreation Center

    Contact  575-313-6883 or emikols@Q.com

  • New Hope Al-Anon Family Group   ::  Health & Wellness

    Al Anon Family Groups are for family and friends of alcoholics. This is an Open Meeting of Al-Anon.   

    Location  First Presbyterian Church

    Contact  575-313-7891

  • Make 'Em Laugh: Injecting Humor into Your Writing   ::  Arts & Music, Education

    Kris Neri will explain how humor functions and will share the most effective humor writing tools, demonstrating them with real examples that she will deconstruct to reveal why they are funny, as well as providing general guidelines for the use ...   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

    Contact  575-538-3672 or programs@silvercitymail.com

  • Zumba in Hurley  ::  Health & Wellness

    Zumba Fitness is a moderate-high intensity aerobic fitness class moving to Zumba choreography and inspired Latin music. All classes cost $3/class.   

    Location  Hurley Community Center

  • Barrio Manouche – Flamenco Gypsy Jazz  ::  Arts & Music

    Admission: $15. The San Francisco-based acoustic ensemble performs a repertoire of original compositions with an emotionally charged sound that is instantly recognizable. The group’s international roots shine brightly with members from Spain, Quebec, France, Brazil and California. Barrio Manouche has been recognized ...   

    Location  Light Hall Theatre

  • Tai Chi: 8 Forms  ::  Health & Wellness

    Class suitable for all levels. Based on Yang style Tai Chi to improve balance and strength, Wear loose, comfortable clothing. First class free; thereafter $2.   

    Location  Silver City Recreation Center

    Contact  575-313-6883 or emikols@Q.com

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