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2020
September, 2020
  • Bayard City Council work session and regular meeting  ::  Public Meetings, Legal Notices

    Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Emergency declared by Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham and the limits on the number of persons gathering, except for essential functions, the meeting will be a virtual public meeting open to the public. The public may ...   

    Contact  cityclerk@cityofbayardnm.com

  • Silver CIty Farmers' Market  ::  Health & Wellness

    Seasonal local produce, baked goods, fresh tortillas and tamales, grass feed meat, honey, pecans, native plants, and more! Cash, debit, and EBT accepted. Use your EBT card at the market and double your benefits with Double Up Food Bucks! For up-to-date information ...   

    Contact  silvercityfarmersmarket@gmail.com

  • Hurley Council special meeting  ::  Public Meetings, Legal Notices

    Presentation and Discussion of Proposal for Police Department This meeting will be held remotely via Zoom and in compliance with the NM Open Meetings Act. The public may register at https://zoom.us/j/91818490041     

October, 2020
  • Southwest New Mexico ACT CO.STARTERS Program  ::  Education

    Southwest New Mexico ACT is excited to bring the CO. STARTERS program for entrepreneurs to Grant County for a second time.  CO.STARTERS is a nine-week, cohort-based program that equips entrepreneurs of all kinds with the insights, relationships, and tools needed ...   

  • 4-H Annual Baking Contest  ::  Social Events

    This year’s 4-H annual baking contest, which usually takes place at the Grant County Fair, will still happen, just under different circumstances due to COVID-19.  Please read ALL the instructions, because they have changed! Entries will be taken for both Adult ...   

  • Silver CIty Farmers' Market  ::  Health & Wellness

    Seasonal local produce, baked goods, fresh tortillas and tamales, grass feed meat, honey, pecans, native plants, and more! Cash, debit, and EBT accepted. Use your EBT card at the market and double your benefits with Double Up Food Bucks! For up-to-date information ...   

    Contact  silvercityfarmersmarket@gmail.com

  • Guided Tours at Fort Bayard HIstoric Landmark   ::  Education, Tours

    Tours are available starting at 9:30 a.m. every Saturday, with the last tour of the day commencing at 1 p.m.  Guests are asked to wear face masks and practice social distancing during the tour.  Tours will begin in front of ...   

    Contact  Doug Dinwiddie 575-388-4862

  • 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

  • Silver City Plannign and Zoning Commission meeting  ::  Legal Notices

    Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/642650317.  You can also dial in using your phone.(For supported devices, tap a one-touch number below to join instantly.)United States: +1 (571) 317-3122Access Code: 642-650-317   

    Contact  parredondo@silvercitymail.com

  • Silver CIty Farmers' Market  ::  Health & Wellness

    Seasonal local produce, baked goods, fresh tortillas and tamales, grass feed meat, honey, pecans, native plants, and more! Cash, debit, and EBT accepted. Use your EBT card at the market and double your benefits with Double Up Food Bucks! For up-to-date information ...   

    Contact  silvercityfarmersmarket@gmail.com

  • Transcending Borders Film Series - Rebozos con Pluma of Ahuirán, featuring artisan Albertina Bautista  ::  Education

    Film: Rebozos con Pluma of Ahuirán, featuring artisan Albertina BautistaLive Zoom Discussion: 10 a.m.Topic: The Mexican Rebozo – History and artisans of Mexico presented by Latin American tour guide, artisan advocate and rebozo collector Stephanie Schneiderman. The films may be screened at youtube.com/user/MediaTechServices, ...   

  • Ready, Set, Grow! gardening webinar series  ::  Education

    Register Online https://desertblooms.nmsu.edu/ready-set-grow.html   The Humble Herb October 7, 2020 at 3:00 pm with Suzanne Cole of Mora County Extension For more information, email us at desertblooms@nmsu.edu or contact John Garlisch at 505-243-1386  If you are an individual with a disability who ...   

    Contact  desertblooms@nmsu.edu or contact John Garlisch at 505-243-1386

  • Southwest New Mexico ACT CO.STARTERS Program  ::  Education

    Southwest New Mexico ACT is excited to bring the CO. STARTERS program for entrepreneurs to Grant County for a second time.  CO.STARTERS is a nine-week, cohort-based program that equips entrepreneurs of all kinds with the insights, relationships, and tools needed ...   

  • Silver CIty Farmers' Market  ::  Health & Wellness

    Seasonal local produce, baked goods, fresh tortillas and tamales, grass feed meat, honey, pecans, native plants, and more! Cash, debit, and EBT accepted. Use your EBT card at the market and double your benefits with Double Up Food Bucks! For up-to-date information ...   

    Contact  silvercityfarmersmarket@gmail.com

  • Guided Tours at Fort Bayard HIstoric Landmark   ::  Education, Tours

    Tours are available starting at 9:30 a.m. every Saturday, with the last tour of the day commencing at 1 p.m.  Guests are asked to wear face masks and practice social distancing during the tour.  Tours will begin in front of ...   

    Contact  Doug Dinwiddie 575-388-4862

  • Chiricahua Nation President Speaks on the Apaches’ Sacred Return  ::  Education

    Register and attend at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pCYp_2GwQyGec2Ts36f_MA  This special program is co-sponsored by the Silver City Museum and the Western Institute for Lifelong Learning (WILL). The Silver City Museum creates opportunities for residents and visitors to explore, understand, and celebrate the rich and diverse ...   

    Contact  education@silvercitymuseum.org

  • Hurley Council remote regular meeting  ::  Public Meetings, Legal Notices

    The meeting will be held remotely via Zoom and in compliance with the NM Open Meetings Act. The public may register at https://zoom.us/j/97789864528.    

    Contact  townclerk@townofhurleynm.us

  • Silver CIty Farmers' Market  ::  Health & Wellness

    Seasonal local produce, baked goods, fresh tortillas and tamales, grass feed meat, honey, pecans, native plants, and more! Cash, debit, and EBT accepted. Use your EBT card at the market and double your benefits with Double Up Food Bucks! For up-to-date information ...   

    Contact  silvercityfarmersmarket@gmail.com

  • Promoting Business during a difficult Holiday Season  ::  Education

    Part two of a three-part online workshop series: Websites 101 Overview of how to set up a business website and store with Squarespace New Mexico MainStreet All workshops are online. Want to attend? Contact Charmeine at charmeine@silvercitymainstreet.com   

    Contact  charmeine@silvercitymainstreet.com

  • Southwest New Mexico ACT CO.STARTERS Program  ::  Education

    Southwest New Mexico ACT is excited to bring the CO. STARTERS program for entrepreneurs to Grant County for a second time.  CO.STARTERS is a nine-week, cohort-based program that equips entrepreneurs of all kinds with the insights, relationships, and tools needed ...   

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