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May, 2020
  • GRMC Governing Board regular meeting  ::  Public Meetings

    It may be viewed live on the County’s YouTube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCszkwc1-OF36U2F-TLNWf5Q or later as a recording on the County’s website at www.grantcountynm.gov. Public input will be via email and comments must be submitted prior to the meeting. Comments may be emailed to twalter@grantcountynm.gov with Public ...   

  • WNMU virtual Graduation   ::  Social Events, Education

    The video feed of the WNMU Spring 2020 commencement ceremony will go live at 2pm via live video streams on wnmu.edu and the WNMU facebook page.   

  • WNMU virtual Graduation   ::  Social Events, Education

    The video feed of the WNMU Spring 2020 commencement ceremony will go live at 2pm via live video streams on wnmu.edu and the WNMU facebook page.   

  • Warm Springs People: Apache Culture in Southwest New Mexico  ::  Education

    Guide, tradition bearer, and creator of the Red Paint Powwow, Joseph Saenz, joins us to speak on the local Chiricahua Apache culture. A display of traditional Apache food assembled by Apache descendent, Chickie Beltran, will also be available to view.   

    Location  Silco Theater

  • Storytime with the Mayor Ken Ladner and Al Gamboa  ::  Kids' Activity

    Silver City Mayor Ken Ladner and Al Gamboa collaborate on a bilingual reading of The Tortoise and the Jackrabbit by Susan Howell and Illustrations by Jim Harris.  Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82440002733   Meeting ID: 824 4000 2733   

June, 2020
  • NM CAP Entity Meeting  ::  Public Meetings

    https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/881625349   Access Code: 881-625-349 Phone Call to Dial into:1-872-240-3412   

  • Hurley Town Council remote budget workshop  ::  Public Meetings

    The public may register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwoduysrzMiGN0HFIUU6ck3pDoS1dQ49ZXT  A copy of the agenda can be obtained at the Hurley Town Hall or can be provided in various accessible formats on Friday, May 29, 2020. Public input may be submitted by email by 3:00 p.m. on ...   

  • "It's a Dog's Life" Children's Art Class  ::  Kids' Activity

    Ages 6 to 10. Cost per student includes supplies: $80. In this class we’ll explore different mediums and styles including painting, mixed media, and pencil renderings. Realism is not required!. Everyone will take home at least one canvas portrait of their dog.   

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    Location  Leyba and Ingalls Arts

    Contact  https://www.leybaingallsarts.com/classes/

  • CANCELED Marine Corps League Detachment 132 Meeting  ::  Social Events

    MCL 1328 will hold its monthly meetings at 10 a.m. on the first Saturday of every month.   

    Location  American Legion Post 18

  • Hurley Town Council remote regular meeting  ::  Public Meetings

    The public may register at https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAsdeugrD8tE9LZtnsyQym43yn5PLJMsdGc   Public input may be submitted by email by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, June 5th to the Town Clerk at townclerk@townofhurleynm.us with Public Comment June 9, 2020 noted in the subject line.   

  • Storytime with Joao Galera and Luis Felipe Feltrin  ::  Kids' Activity

    Joao Galera and Luis Felipe Feltrin will be reading When Clay Sings by Byrd Baylorâ. Clay objects created by the community for Galera’s Community Art Installation will also be shown. Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82520354335   Meeting ID: 825 2035 4335   

  • 4th Annual Fiesta Latina  ::  Arts & Music, Social Events

    Fiesta Latina! is a cultural event organized by Western New Mexico University to recognize and celebrate New Mexico’s Hispanic heritage, customs and traditions. The three-day outdoor festival in Silver City features Latin music and dance performances, Hispanic foods, traditional children’s ...   

    Location  Western New Mexico University

    Contact  fiestalatina.org.

  • Virtual Lecture with the Silver City Public Library  ::  Education

    11am: Doctors, Midwives, and Quacks: Medicine in Silver City in the 1870's, with Dr. Don Montoya.  Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88648207408   Meeting ID: 886 4820 7408   

  • Storytime with Laura Phelps  ::  Kids' Activity

    Laura Phelps reads Little Roja Riding Hood by Susan Middleton Elya Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86344485462 Meeting ID: 863 4448 5462   

July, 2020
  • CANCELED Marine Corps League Detachment 132 Meeting  ::  Social Events

    MCL 1328 will hold its monthly meetings at 10 a.m. on the first Saturday of every month.   

    Location  American Legion Post 18

  • Storytime with Jeanie and Ken Keppeler  ::  Kids' Activity

    Jeanie and Ken Keppeler read How Chile Came to New Mexico by Rudolfo A. Anaya Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87247268745   Meeting ID: 872 4726 8745   

  • CLAY Festival 2020  ::  Arts & Music, Social Events

    CLAY 2020 is potentially an opportunity to celebrate the gift of communities gathering together in support of our arts, our culture and shared histories; a gathering of collaborative groups and populations, using the connectivity of clay as a metaphor for ...   

    Location  Silver City, New Mexico

  • Hummingbird Festival - cancelled  ::  Social Events

    The annual Hummingbird Festival has been cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions. The Mimbres Museum and the trail walk at 12 Sage Drive, Mimbres, NM will be open Friday through Sunday from 11am-3pm. Bring your own masks and gloves as they are ...   

    Location  Mimbres Culture Heritage Site

    Contact  Kathy at 307-640-3012 or Bill at 575-536-3092

  • Virtual Lecture with the Silver City Public Library  ::  Education

    The Bandit Wars Along the U.S.-Mexico Border: 1915-1918, with Andres Hernandez Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89784417817   Meeting ID: 897 8441 7817   

August, 2020

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