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2022
May, 2022
  • 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

  • Community Trash Cleanup  ::  Health & Wellness

    Join your neighbors to help make Silver City a clean and beautiful place to live! Trash bags, trash pickers, gloves, and snacks provided. Meet at the parking lot by Gough Park.    

    Location  Gough Park

    Contact  pickituptossnomas@gmail.com

  • A Thin Red Line: How has economic segregation influenced Silver City and the surrounding area  ::  Education

    This program is presented in partnership with the Silver City Museum, the recognized focal point for local history in this area. (www.silvercitymuseum.org.) Presented by Javier Marrufo; Saturday, May 21, 11 a.m. - noon at the Silco, 311 N. Bullard St., Silver ...   

    Location  Silco Theater

  • Mimbres Culture Heritage Site Tour  ::  Education

    1st and 3rd Saturdays starting at 1 PM. Donation $3.00+.     Bring water & a hat! Sponsored by the Imogen F Wilson Education Foundation 501(c)3, this tour wanders through an ancient Mimbreno village site which is now protected for all time. The Mimbreno culture ...   

    Contact  Bill (575)536-3092 or Marilyn (575)536-9337

  • 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

  • “TED Talk: Our Refugee System is Failing. Here’s How We Can Fix It,”at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship  ::  Spiritual

    This talk by Alexander Betts was originally given in 2016 when the refugee crisis was accelerating in Europe. After the video the Fellowship will discuss his solutions and how the US could incorporate them into our own treatment of refugees. The ...   

    Location  3845 N Swan Street

  • Heart Conversations  ::  Health & Wellness

    Heart Conversations provides a safe container to share personal thoughts on topics many of us think about, but often don’t talk about.  The sharing circles will follow a format similar to that of 12-step recovery meetings: All discussion is in confidence; personal ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

    Contact  info@LotusCenterSC.org

  • Bayard City Council Public Hearing  ::  Public Meetings

    The Bayard City Council will conduct a Public Hearing at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, May 23, 2022 at the Bayard City Hall. Attendance of City Council members may be in person or virtually via Zoom. Items on the agenda relate ...   

    Location  Bayard City Hall

  • Babytime at the Silver City Public Library  ::  Kids' Activity

    Stories, songs, rhymes and movement for infants 0-24 months and their caregivers!   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

  • 8 Forms Tai Chi  ::  Health & Wellness

    Join Liz Mikols on Tuesdays and Thursdays at WNMU Fine Arts pavilion (behind FACT) for a simplified form of Tai Chi to improve balance, strength and flexibility in older adults. Chairs available. Dress comfortably. First class free; thereafter $2.   

    Location  1617 N Juniper Ave

    Contact  Liz Mikols 575-313-6883

  • 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

  • Storytime at the Silver City Public Library  ::  Kids' Activity

    Stories, songs, and rhymes for children up to five years of age and their caregivers!   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

  • Gin Rummy at Little Toad  ::  Social Events

    Come play Gin Rummy at Little Toad Creek Brewer and Distillery, 200 N. Bullard St.Silver City, NM Improve your brain, play gin rummy. Beginners welcome, and we would be happy to teach you the game. Call 575-534-9355 for more information   

    Location  Little Toad Creek Brewery

    Contact  575-534-9355

  • 8 Forms Tai Chi  ::  Health & Wellness

    Join Liz Mikols on Tuesdays and Thursdays at WNMU Fine Arts pavilion (behind FACT) for a simplified form of Tai Chi to improve balance, strength and flexibility in older adults. Chairs available. Dress comfortably. First class free; thereafter $2.   

    Location  1617 N Juniper Ave

    Contact  Liz Mikols 575-313-6883

  • The Dementia Caregiver Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    The Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group is renaming itself The Dementia Caregiver Support Group. If you are caring for someone with one of the many types of dementia please join us on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month in ...   

    Location  First United Methodist Church

    Contact  575-590-1499

  • Tyrone Water and Wastewater Association Annual Meeting  ::  Public Meetings

    The first annual meeting of the Tyrone Water and Wastewater Association will be held Thursday, May 26, 2022 @ 6:30 pm, 50 Malachite (Tyrone Community Center), Tyrone, New Mexico. If you are an individual with a disability, who needs a reader, ...   

    Location  Tyrone Community Center

  • 27th Annual Silver City Blues Festival   ::  Arts & Music

    The 27th Annual Silver City Blues Festival will take place in different venues throughout the 3-day Memorial Day weekend. The main event will happen on Saturday, May 28 at Gough Park in Silver City NM from 11:00 am to 8:30 pm. This year’s ...   

  • 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

  • From Calamity to Celebration: The Ongoing Story of the Big Ditch  ::  Education

    With Susan Berry, hostorian and former director of the Silver City Museum.   

    Location  Silco Theater

  • 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

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