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October 31, 2021 - November 06, 2021
October 31, 2021 - November 06, 2021
  • Sundays at the First United Methodist Church  ::  Spiritual

    9-10am                 ‘The Donut Hour’- Coffee and Donut Fellowship 10-11am               ‘The Worship Hour’ 11am-noon         Lunch and Learn- Free sandwich bar and guest speaker "Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors" Come and Explore With Us!   

    Location  First United Methodist Church

  • 09:00am - 05:00pm  Magen Warlick Horsemanship Clinic   ::  Education

    After a long pause in organized horse activities, we will again welcome Magen Warlick, world wide clinician, to help us gain trust, control, leadership, and respect concerning our equine partners. It's an honor to have her here in Silver City.  In ...   

    Contact  Valerie Geesaman 575-313-9997 or email

  • 10:00am  "Undoing Racism," at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City  ::  Spiritual

    Undoing Racism is a racial justice, racial equity campaign launched by Lotus Center in response to the murder of George Floyd last year. Lotus Center's executive director, Jeff Goin, will discuss the genesis of Undoing Racism, its objectives, and Lotus Center's vision for the ...   

    Location  3845 N Swan Street

  • 07:00am - 07:00pm  Election Day  ::  Political

    Nov. 2, 2021 is Election Day in New Mexico for various municipal races, school boards, bond issues, and other positions such a Grant Soil and Water Conservation District and the Upper Gila Valley Watershed Board.    

    Location  Grant County Administration Center

  • 12:00pm  Rotary meeting featuring speakers from PFLAG  ::  Public Meetings

    On November 2, Damie Nelson and Joe Navan will talk about PFLAG. The Rotary Club meets every Tuesday at noon in the Sunset Room in the WNMU Student Memorial Building. To find out more about Rotary or membership in the local ...   

    Location  WNMU Student Memorial Building

  • 06:00pm  Silver City Planning and Zoning Commission meeting  ::  Public Meetings

    The Town of Silver Planning and Zoning Commission will hold their regular meeting at 6pm on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at the Town of Silver City Annex-Upstairs Conference Room, 1203 N. Hudson, Silver City, NM. The public is invited to ...   

    Location  Silver City Annex Building

  • Wednesdays at the First United Methodist Church  ::  Spiritual

    8-9am                   Men’s Breakfast 10-11am               Meditation Group 11am-noon           Bible Study 1-2pm                   Sanctuary Silent Prayer "Open Hearts, Open Minds, Open Doors" Come and Explore With Us!   

    Location  First United Methodist Church

  • 07:00pm  Brazilian Jazz by Farofa  ::  Arts & Music

    Celebrated as a pivotal new sound on the Brazilian and World Music scenes, Farofa delivers a passion-filled, electrifying performance of traditional rhythms blended with modern stylings and influences. Their signature sound is amplified by an eclectic collection of ideas and ...   

    Location  Light Hall Theatre

  • 07:00pm  FBHPS Thursday Film Series presents, "Norma Rae"  ::  Arts & Music

    Part of the series, "From Stanton to Brockovich: The Struggle for Women's Equality." Admission is free, donations are appreciated. Concessions will be available.  It is requested that those in attendance please wear masks. Each film will be introduced by a member of the ...   

    Location  Santa Clara Armory

    Contact  Doug Dinwiddie 575-388-4862

  • 10:00am - 03:00pm  OPEN HOUSE at SWAG Bookstore and Thrift Shop  ::  Education

    All School Employees, homeschoolers, and preschool care givers are invited to an Open House at the Thrift Shop and Bookstore of the SouthWest Adolescent Group (SWAG) on Saturday, Nov. 6 between the hours of 10am and 3pm.  Refreshments will be ...   

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