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2022
September, 2022
  • Gila River Festival  ::  Health & Wellness, Social Events, Education

    Save the date for the 18th annual Gila River Festival - One Water, Many Currents - September 22 - 25, 2022 in Silver City, the Gila National Forest and along the Gila River. The festival will explore the many ways in which water ...   

  • “Painting Grant County” Paint Out   ::  Arts & Music

    Paint-Outs are back in town! The Grant County Art Guild’s “Painting Grant County” Paint-Out will be held Sept 23-25. Check-in is 7:00-8:30am Sept 23, at the Silver City Visitor Center parking lot. During the Paint-Out, participants may paint at any site ...   

    Location  Silver City Visitor Center

    Contact  annex@gcag.org

  • 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

  • “The Wisdom of Robert Frost,” at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City  ::  Public Meetings, Spiritual

    September 25, at 10 am, 3845 North Swan Street – “The Wisdom of Robert Frost” While the United States has always been more inclined towards business than poetry, Robert Frost could probably lay claim to being our most popular and well-loved poet although most ...   

    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

  • Silver City Scenius (community writing group)   ::  Arts & Music

    Collaborative community writing group hosted by Francesca Regina. Beginners and all ages welcome (young children must be chaperoned). This is an open group that meets every 2nd and 4th Sunday from 2:30-3:30pm and then is followed by the open mic at ...   

    Location  SWAG Thrift Shp

  • Silver City Scenius (open mic)  ::  Arts & Music

    Open mic for all ages (young children must be chaperoned). Writers, musicians, orators, actors, and other performance artists welcome. No microphone or electric plug-ins. Artists are responsible for their own instruments and setup within time allowed. Groups and bands are ...   

    Location  SWAG Thrift Shp

  • Needles and Threads group  ::  Arts & Music

    A group calling themselves Needles and Threads has begun meeting every Monday from 11:30-1:30 at The Grant County Extension Office. Knitters, Cross Stitching, Hand Quilting, etc. All are welcome.    Contact Susan Price at dolphierings@hotmail.com for more information.   

    Location  Grant County Extension Complex

    Contact  dolphierings@hotmail.com

  • 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  WNMU Fine Arts Center

    Contact  Liz Mikols 575-313-6883

  • 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

  • GCAG Annex drop-in Open Studios  ::  Arts & Music

    Drop-in Open Studios are held at the Grant County Art Guild Annex from 10am-1pm every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Bring your current art or craft project and work on it in the company of other creative people. If you don’t ...   

    Location  Grant County Art Guild Annex

  • Pan at the Silver City Public Library  ::  Arts & Music, Kids' Activity

    Come watch Pan at the Silver City public Library on September 27!   

    Location  Silver City Public Library

  • 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

  • “Strong New Mexico Women”  with Dr. Ron Hamm  ::  Arts & Music, Education

    Hamm will present highlights from his recent book, “New Mexico Heroines of the Twentieth Century: Role Models for Today.” He will offer selections from the book’s more than 250 vignettes of strong New Mexico women of diverse cultures, backgrounds, beliefs, ...   

    Location  WNMU Global Resource Center ABC Room

  • 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

  • Five Points Initiative meeting  ::  Public Meetings

    Share your input on increasing bicycle access and economic opportunities in Silver City, Arenas Valley, Santa Clara, Bayard, and Hurley. These five communities have creative economies and historic properties. These community meetings will provide opportunities to identify community assets and discuss ...   

    Location  Bayard Community Center

    Contact  ckissel@nado.org

  • Classic Gentle Yoga  ::  Health & Wellness

    This class consists of yoga poses for posture improvement, flexibility and mental and physical relaxation. Suitable for all ages. Bring your mat and any props you use. Led by Colleen Stinar, a yoga instructor for decades with training from many traditions.  Cost: ...   

    Location  Church of Harmony

    Contact  Colleen Stinar  575 574 5451

  • Trivia at the Toad  ::  Arts & Music

    Come to the Little Toad Brewery for Trivia!   

    Location  Little Toad Creek Brewery

  • 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  WNMU Fine Arts Center

    Contact  Liz Mikols 575-313-6883

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