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Holiday Artisan Market Set for Dec. 3 and 4, 2022

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A wide range of mediums within the 30 quality juried artists will be featured. Types of fine arts and crafts include painters, jewelers, weavers, gourd artists, crocheted items, knitters, leatherworkers, photography, pottery, wood workers, fused glass, wood carvers, fiber art and garment makers. Some are award winners in their categories.

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Join the Romeo and Juliet Team

Youth and adults are needed for technology for Romeo and Juliet.

Come to the deisgn meeting- Join and learn practice principles of costume design, set design, and watching a documentary

WNMU Remembrance March October 22, 2022

Please find information about this year's Remembrance March below:

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Wreaths Across America ramping up for 2022

Wreaths Across America will take place at Fort Bayard National Cemetery at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, 2022, but orders for wreaths are just beginning to happen.

Below, you will find a PDF form that you can print, fill in and mail with payment. 

You also have the option to order online, but specific requests may not be honored, and the three for two purchased might not be valid, nor can you guarantee that your wreath(s) will go the Fort Bayard National Cemetery. If you want to be sure that your paid for wreaths end up a Fort Bayard National Cemetery, you would ba assured if your payment and order form goes to the chair of Grant County's efforts to place a wreath on every grave at Fort Bayard National Cemetery.

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Silver City Art Association to host 2022 Independent Artist Show

Because artists can be "fiercely independent," the Silver City Art Association will host the 2022 Independent Artist Show. For more information, see the flyer below

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32nd Annual Lighted Christmas Parade November 27, 2022

The 32nd Annual Lighted Christmas Parade will be on Saturday, November 26, 2022 from 7pm to 8pm. The deadline for entry applications is Monday, November 14. The Lighted Christmas parade is sponsored by the Silver MainStreet Project and the Town of Silver City.

Sign up for enter the parade can be found Here.

Operation Freedom Dinner-Fundraiser October 15, 2022

Operation Freedom Dinner-Fundraiser to take place Oct. 15, 2022.

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