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May 10, 2020 - May 16, 2020
May 10, 2020 - May 16, 2020
  • 09:00am - 04:30pm  Mother's Day Plant Sale  ::  Social Events

    Need a Mother's Day gift? Javalina's has you covered with tea cup succulents and a large selection of house plants to tell Mom how much you care! Give the gift that grows. Featuring succulents by Simon Sotelo. Please note that only ...   

    Location  Javalina Coffee Shop

  • 01:00pm - 06:00pm  Standing Women on Mothers' Day Virtual Labyrinth Walk   ::  Spiritual

    Every year we have celebrated these two events at 1pm MST in my labyrinths as others around the world celebrate. However, this year we cannot travel but we can celebrate at home. Labyrinths to walk with your finger can be ...   

    Contact  https://standingwomen.net

  • CANCELLED Friends of the Library May Booksale  ::  Fundraiser

    All events, including the FOL Book Sale, scheduled to take place on Town property are cancelled until further notice. Depending on circumstance, the big July sale may still take place. The FOL accepts donations of books from the public and uses ...   

  • 10:00am  Streaming Storytime  ::  Kids' Activity

    https://facebook.com/SilverCityPublicLibrary Join us for stories, songs, and rhymes. Storytimes are designed for children ages 0-5 and their caregivers.   

    Contact  https://facebook.com/SilverCityPublicLibrary

  • 10:00am  WNMU Board of Regents Meeting  ::  Public Meetings

    What:    The Western New Mexico University Board of Regents meeting during which the board will vote on the 2020-2021 budget as well as hear reports from the university president, faculty and staff presidents, and the student government president. The board will also ...   

  • 04:00pm  "Poetry Tea and Prose Scones” a Virtual Literary Event  ::  Arts & Music

    A light fare of short poems and prose, mixed with conversation about our writing lives. It will be online on Zoom. Given Zoom’s 40 minute time-limit, please keep your shares under three minutes. If you'd rather just listen and be ...   

    Contact  https://us04web.zoom.us/j/79748192631

  • 07:00pm  Virtual Gila Native Plant Society meeting  ::  Public Meetings

    The Gila Native Plant Society’s first experiment with a Zoom meeting was so successful we have decided to try it again. Dr. Edwin Leuck has agreed to give a two-part presentation on cacti, one in May and one in June. At ...   

    Contact  gilanative@gmail.com

  • 08:30am  Rotarians Give Away Masks to Senior Citizens  ::  Health & Wellness

    In their fourth free mask give-a-way to seniors in this area, members of the Silver City Rotary Club will distribute masks at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 16, at the Farmers Market, located at Pope and College Streets in downtown Silver ...   

  • 12:00pm - 05:00pm  Javalina's Marigold Seed Exchange  ::  Social Events

    Grow marigolds in your garden this summer and in autumn collect to donate to the Dia de los Muertos parade and community ofrendas. Seeds are free. Featuring 99% Orange, 100-year lineage Silver City marigolds (sanguine petals & umber center), and ...   

    Location  Javalina Coffee Shop

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Editor's Note

Four NEW classifieds for furniture and an REI screen house

A new classified just came in from a fellow looking for work doing thinning, fire protection work, etc. 

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