Local tourist information and events.
Hikers and Bikers of All Ages are Encouraged to Join the Fun!
Silver City-- This year marks the 20th anniversary of the town's purchase of Boston Hill, and town staff and members of the town's Trails and Open Space Committee invite trail and open space enthusiasts to join them in celebrating this recreational gem on Saturday, October 5.
"We invite hikers, bikers and outdoor enthusiasts of all ages to come out and explore the 300-plus acres of open recreational space," said Jaime Embick, community development director. "Dotted with the remains of our early mining history, Boston Hill is also historically and economically significant."
The festivities begin at 9:45 am with a guided, intermediate-level bike ride from the Cooper Street Trailhead. The ride is sponsored by the Silver City Cycling Club, and will be led by Tonya Sotelo. At 10:00 am, students from Aldo Leopold High School will lead hikers from the Spring Street Trailhead on a new trail they constructed earlier this year.
Lifetime Silver City potter Kate Brown will be the invited guest artist at Lois Duffy Art for the RED DOT Weekend at the Galleries, on Oct. 11 – 14, 2019. She is a master of slip-decorated terra cotta functional dinnerware, serving pieces and decorative tile. Kate has made many thousands of pots that now have an intimate place in daily lives and celebrations. Kate will also be featuring the first public showing of Santa Rita House: a work in progress, an animated short documentary, telling an important Grant County story from the 1950’s & 60’s. A short talk will accompany the showing at 5:30pm on Saturday and 12:30pm on Sunday.
Lois Duffy will be exhibiting her latest large acrylic paintings including unique 3-D cube constructions. Meet the artists and enjoy refreshments at the Opening Reception on Saturday, October 12, from 3 to 7 pm and Sunday from 10 to 3pm. Weekend brochure available at: www.silvercityart.com
Lois Duffy Art, 211-C N. Texas St. Silver City, NM
575 313-9631 www.loisduffy.com
Concert Band of the Southwest, under the direction of David Kendrick, begins its 9th season of free concerts with An Evening in Autumn Concert Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 7pm at Cobre High School in Bayard.
Doors open at 6:30, concert begins at 7. As always, our concerts are free and open to the public. Donations for our music library are happily accepted. As we are a 501c3, please let us know if you need a donation letter for your generous contribution.
An Evening in Autumn Concert will include United Nations March by Karl King, Fire! by Gary Gilroy, When the Spring Rain Begins to Fall by Randall D. Standridge, a medley of tunes from the 60s, Maynard Ferguson's Gospel John and more!
All Cobre graduates, especially from the first graduating class from Cobre High School in 1959, the first to attend all four years at the new school, are invited to attend the 60th Cobre High School reunion Sept. 20-22.
The schedule is below:
The 15th Annual Gila River Festival hosts the Gila River Extravaganza on Saturday, September 21 from 4 – 10 pm in Gough Park in Silver City, New Mexico. A celebration of New Mexico’s last wild river, the event features a variety of interactive, family friendly fun, including community art projects, photo booths, chill zone, time capsule, games, food, face painting, merchandise sales, music by Las Cruces –based Caliente and Bisbee’s Auld Lang Syne, the San Carlos Apache singers and dancers, and the Fort Sill Apache dancers with the Gooday Family. The event is free.
This year’s festival calls attention to the climate crisis and explores the future of the Gila River in relation to the changing climate, as well as our responsibility to act as responsible earth stewards.
Tuesday, October 8 – 09:00 at Ft. Bayard Historic Theater
New Mexico Arts, the state arts agency, and the Mimbres Region Arts Council will host a round table discussion in Southwestern New Mexico.
The roundtable is designed for:
· Members of the military and adult family
· Business, government, and healthcare leaders
· Artists and arts organizations
This roundtable is the sixth in a series of community engagement events co-hosted by New Mexico Arts and local stakeholders focusing on how the arts can be of service to veterans and military families on health and reintegration issues.
|Mon Jan 20 @12:00AM|
Grant County Federated Republican Women Meeting Postponed -
|Mon Jan 20 @12:00AM|
Silver City Public Library Will be Closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - Silver City Public Library
|Mon Jan 20 @ 8:00AM - 11:00AM|
Monday Meeting with the Mayor - Jumping Cactus
|Mon Jan 20 @10:00AM - |
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration - Light Hall Theatre
|Mon Jan 20 @10:30AM - 02:30PM|
Santa Clara/Historic Fort Bayard Visitors Center - Santa Clara Armory
|Mon Jan 20 @11:00AM - 06:00PM|
Laughter Yoga - Lotus Center
|Mon Jan 20 @ 5:45PM - |
Zumba in Hurley - Hurley Community Center
|Tue Jan 21 @ 5:00AM - 07:00PM|
Transgender Support Group - SWAG Thrift Shp
|Tue Jan 21 @10:00AM - 10:55AM|
Tai Chi: 8 Forms - Silver City Recreation Center
|Tue Jan 21 @12:00PM - 01:00PM|
Al Gamboa Will Speak to Rotary About Marine Corps League - WNMU Sunset Room, 2nd Floor Cafeteria