Local tourist information and events.

Father's Day Disc Golf Tournament to take place at Fort Bayard Disc Golf Course 061823

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Who: Silver City Disc Golf Club

What: Father’s Day Disc Golf Tournament

Where: Fort Bayard Disc Golf Course

When: June 18, Registration at 8 a.m. Tee off at 9 a.m. 

Cost: free for kids, $20 for adult and competitive divisions. 

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HMS to host Jump Into Summer 061723

Hidalgo Medical Services (HMS) will host the annual Jump Into Summer from 11 .m. to 3 p.m. Saturday June 17, 2023 at Gough Park in Silver City, NM

Please see PDF below for more details.

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Silver City-Grant County Chamber of Commerce seeks Jully 4th parade, vendor and informational participants

2023 Silver City 

Independence Day Parade & Patriotic Freedom Festival

Chamber of Commerce Announcement

2023 Fourth of July - Participants Wanted

The Silver City Grant County Chamber of Commerce is beyond thrilled to announce this year's upcoming Fourth of July celebration. The theme for this year's parade is "Lady Liberty". This event will take place on Tuesday, July 4th, 2023.

We are looking for entries for the 2023 Independence Day Celebration. Parade entries and booth spaces are still available. If you are wanting to participate or volunteer in the Chamber of Commerce Fourth of July event and activities, please reach out to our office. You can download a copy of the application by visiting our website or stopping by our office to pick an application up. We are located at 3031 US-180 in Silver City, New Mexico.

We look forward to celebrating America's 248th birthday with you!

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Silver City Grant County Chamber of Commerce

3031 US Highway 180 East

Silver City, New Mexico 88061

                                                                                       Office: (575) 538-3785

Rural New Mexico’s Healthcare Challenges: The Mimbres Valley

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Rural healthcare is a national concern, and it is a critical concern in the Mimbres Valley of Grant County.

To address the issues and an ongoing collaboration that exists in Grant County and beyond, on Monday, June 12, at 5:30 p.m., HMS CEO Dan Otero, DBA, will address rural health challenges and screen the award-winning PBS documentary, The Providers, at HMS’s Mimbres Valley Senior Center. All residents of the Mimbres Valley community and their neighbors are welcome to attend this potentially informative event.

According to the National Rural Health Association (NRHA), a national nonprofit organization that advocates for rural healthcare equity, “obstacles faced by health care providers and patients in rural areas are vastly different from those in urban areas. Economic factors, cultural and social differences, educational shortcomings, lack of recognition by legislators and the sheer isolation of living in remote areas all conspire to create health care disparities and impede rural Americans in their struggle to lead normal, healthy lives.”
The NRHA also reports that:

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Theater Grottesco Performing June 23 and 24

Virus Theater presents Theater Grottesco performing June 23 and 24.

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Theater Grottesco’s CONSIDER THIS…coming to Silver City June 23 and 24

Virus Theater is hosting a performance by Santa Fe’s Theater Grottesco at El Sol Theater June 23 & 24. Performances are at 7pm. Tickets are available at the door, $10 adults, $5 students.

CONSIDER THIS… is a solo 45-60 minute romp through the pre-history of American theater, from Greek Tragedy to Commedia dell’Arte, Clown, Buffoon, masks and more. One of America’s most creative theatrical ensembles shares the philosophy and the many theatrical styles that make up their fantastically imaginative original plays. Featuring Theater Grottesco founder and artistic director John Flax. Audience comments from past performances include the following: 

"Timeless and inspiring." 

"A beautiful demonstration of (physical theatre)." 

"The potential of how incredible acting can really be." 

“A truly amazing experience…he was able to open up an entirely new form of acting for me.” 

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Revised: Tyrone Community to hold its annual Yard Sale June 17, 2023

This year's yard sale will feature the usual yard sale items. For details, see the PDF poster below:

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