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2021
May, 2021
  • WILL Lunch and Learn: Silver City Recycles  ::  Education

    An inside look at local recycling will be provided by moderator Chris Lemme. Silver City began their recycling program around 1995, and for 24 years residents participated in curbside recycling until the municipal recycling program was discontinued. Silver City Recycles, ...   

  • WNMU Hybrid Commencement Ceremony  ::  Education

    At Western New Mexico University, the individual members of the spring class of 2021 will get to choose how they celebrate their accomplishment. A hybrid commencement ceremony on Friday, May 7, will give graduates and guests the option of participating virtually or ...   

  • WILL Lunch and Learn: Devising Movement Based Collaborative Art  ::  Education

    Members of The Virus Theater Ensemble Kristen Warnack, Teresa Dahl-Bredine, and Jess Tumposky are members of a dynamic troupe of actors, writers, designers, and directors who collaborate to create imaginative and highly physical devised theater. The Ensemble's live theater season ...   

  • WILL Lunch and Learn: Sharing Our Grant County History in Murals  ::  Education

    The Silver City Museum and WILL present this topic, moderated by Diana Ingalls Leyba. For 17 years, Grant County and Silver City have watched school kids and Leyba design, create, and install murals on buildings, walls, and playgrounds all over ...   

June, 2021
  • Make and Take Activity: CDT Scavenger Hunt  ::  Education

    Silver City MainStreet/Arts & Cultural District is partnering with the Future Forge and various community groups and artists to offer an arts and cultural experience to residents of Grant county. Make-and-Take activities will be from 10 am to 2 pm ...   

  • The West in Popular Culture: Silver City and the Legend of Billy the Kid  ::  Education

    On Saturday, June 12 at 11am, as part of the Silver City Museum’s Unpacking Silver City presentation and discussion series, U.S. history teacher, education consultant, and author Jim Smith will present “The West in Popular Culture: Silver City and the Legend of ...   

  • Silver City Public Library: Grab-and-Go Craft Bags giveaways for Summer Reading Program  ::  Education

    Grab-and-Go Craft Bags are distributed on the library lawn Fridays: June 25, July 9, and July 16. There are 60 bags each week; first come, first served. The Summer Reading Program is ongoing. Children can fill in their reading logs ...   

July, 2021
  • American Legion showing of "A Rendezvous with Destiny"  ::  Education

    The American Legion is getting the word out about the showing of the documentary movie "A Rendezvous with Destiny." It will be shown Friday July 2 at 7:00 PM in the FACT.  Doors will open at 6:30 and the movie is ...   

  • Rainwater Harvesting Bike Tour  ::  Education

    In partnership with Stream Dynamics and The Bikeworks, meet at the Bikeworks at 914 North Pope Street. Bring a bike, helmet, water, and snacks. Don't have a bike?  Bikes available for small donation from The Bikeworks  Bring $10 for prepared sandwich or your ...   

    Location  Bikeworks

    Contact  SilverCityWatershedKeepers@gmail.com (304) 268-6215 

  • Worldwide Rally 072421  ::  Education

    A Worldwide Rally Against Covid Mandates will take place on Saturday, July 24, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the NW corner of the Intersection of Swan Street and Highway 180. Signs will be furnished or bring your own. ...   

    Location  Corner of Highway 180 and Swan Street

  • “Silver City Recycles," at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City  ::  Education

    Learn more about Silver City Recycles, a non-profit public benefit corporation organized to promote community activities in the Grant County, NM area that works to reduce waste deposited in landfills, research resource conservation, educate the public about reductions in consumer waste, ...   

  • Compost Climathon  ::  Education

    This event is FREE and open to anyone aged 14+ Registration Link: https://climathon.climate-kic.org/silver-city  Description of event:  The Upper Gila Watershed Alliance and 2811 (international platform for social and ecological change) are hosting a free, two-day Climathon from July 30-31. This year’s Climathon is focused on ...   

    Location  Western New Mexico University

  • Compost Climathon  ::  Education

    This event is FREE and open to anyone aged 14+ Registration Link: https://climathon.climate-kic.org/silver-city  Description of event:  The Upper Gila Watershed Alliance and 2811 (international platform for social and ecological change) are hosting a free, two-day Climathon from July 30-31. This year’s Climathon is focused on ...   

    Location  Western New Mexico University

August, 2021
September, 2021
  • Dark Sky Photography Class  ::  Education

    Have you ever looked at dark sky photographs and wonder how the photographer managed to capture such beautiful imagery? Well, the Gila National Forest wants to help you with some fun tips on how to take night sky photos. The Gila ...   

    Contact  ellyse.deldin@usda.gov 

  • 17th Annual Gila River Festival   ::  Education

    Online registration is available for the 17th Annual Gila River Festival (Re)Connect with the River scheduled for September 16 - 19, 2021 in Silver City, NM, the Gila National Forest, and along the Gila River. Visit www.gilariverfestival.org to check out the full schedule and register ...   

    Location  Grant County Art Guild Annex

  • 17th Annual Gila River Festival   ::  Education

    Online registration is available for the 17th Annual Gila River Festival (Re)Connect with the River scheduled for September 16 - 19, 2021 in Silver City, NM, the Gila National Forest, and along the Gila River. Visit www.gilariverfestival.org to check out the full schedule and register ...   

    Location  Grant County Art Guild Annex

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