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2024
July, 2024
  • Fight Like A Girl Unitarian Universalist Fellowship  ::  Public Meetings

    Mary Ann Sedillo and Linda Ortiz from "F!ght L!ke a G!rl” will talk about the work this group does to support, assist and empower girls and women to encourage the growth of a healthy and powerful workforce. They have had ...   

    Location  3845 N Swan Street

  • Grant Soil and Water Conservation District  ::  Public Meetings

    PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: The regular monthly board meeting of the Grant Soil and Water Conservation District will be held. The meeting will be held at the NRCS Building; 3082 32nd Street Bypass; Suite C; Silver City, NM  88061.   The meeting is ...   

    Location  NRCS Building

  • 2nd Meeting for Red Paint PowWow  ::  Public Meetings

    Looking for volunteers - See full press release https://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-releases/85027-2nd-red-paint-powwow-meeting-july-16-2024    

    Location  Miller Library WNMU

  • Lotus Center hosting a weekly Caregivers Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, the number of caregivers experiencing these challenges will continue to rise. Most of these caregivers are daughters or sons who live near their parents; these adult children provide, on average, 24 hours ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

  • Unitarian Universalist Fellowship - Love, Not Legalism  ::  Public Meetings

    Rev. Bob LaVallee of the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque will talk about the history and context of covenants. Full news release: https://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-releases/85145-unitarian-universalist-fellowship-love-not-legalism    

    Location  3845 N Swan Street

  • Water Planning Open House Southwest New Mexico Region  ::  Public Meetings

    Please join us for the regional water planning Open House for the Southwest New Mexico Region in Silver City, NM Tuesday July 23. Drop by anytime between 3– 7pm at Grant County Veteran's Memorial Business and Conference Center 3031 US-180, ...   

    Location  Grant County Veteran's Memorial Business & Conference Center

  • Lotus Center hosting a weekly Caregivers Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, the number of caregivers experiencing these challenges will continue to rise. Most of these caregivers are daughters or sons who live near their parents; these adult children provide, on average, 24 hours ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

  • Hummingbird Festival Mimbres Culture Heritage Site  ::  Public Meetings

    Hummingbird Festival Mimbres Culture Heritage Site 12 Sage Drive, just off Hwy 35 - 7:30 Hummingbird catch and release; Speaker education after Festival 9-3Vendors, ice cream sale, music, food, fun! Press release: https://www.grantcountybeat.com/events-calendars/local-events/84268-hummingbird-festival-july-27-28-2024 https://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-releases/84785-2024-hummingbird-festival-july-27-28-2024    

    Location  Mimbres Cultural Heritage Site

    Contact  575.536.3092

  • Operation Freedom Dinner and Fundriaiser  ::  Public Meetings

    Come listen to great speakers, have delicious food and homemade desserts. Doors open at 5:00 pm Full news release: https://www.grantcountybeat.com/events-calendars/local-events/85047-operation-freedom-dinner-and-fundraiser-july-27-2024    

    Location  The Flame Convention Center

  • Hummingbird Festival Mimbres Culture Heritage Site  ::  Public Meetings

    Hummingbird Festival Mimbres Culture Heritage Site 12 Sage Drive, just off Hwy 35 - 7:30 Hummingbird catch and release; Speaker education after Festival 9-3Vendors, ice cream sale, music, food, fun! Press release: https://www.grantcountybeat.com/events-calendars/local-events/84268-hummingbird-festival-july-27-28-2024 https://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-releases/84785-2024-hummingbird-festival-july-27-28-2024    

    Location  Mimbres Cultural Heritage Site

    Contact  575.536.3092

August, 2024
  • Lotus Center hosting a weekly Caregivers Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, the number of caregivers experiencing these challenges will continue to rise. Most of these caregivers are daughters or sons who live near their parents; these adult children provide, on average, 24 hours ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

  • Lotus Center hosting a weekly Caregivers Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, the number of caregivers experiencing these challenges will continue to rise. Most of these caregivers are daughters or sons who live near their parents; these adult children provide, on average, 24 hours ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

  • Ambercare and Silver City Womans Club starting bereavement group   ::  Public Meetings

    This group will be free and open to the public, no prior relationship with Ambercare is necessary to participate.  Our first meeting will be March 11th with consecutive meetings the second Monday of every month.  See flyer: https://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-releases/82999-ambercare-and-silver-city-womans-club-starting-bereavement-group    

    Location  Silver City Women's Club

  • Lotus Center hosting a weekly Caregivers Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, the number of caregivers experiencing these challenges will continue to rise. Most of these caregivers are daughters or sons who live near their parents; these adult children provide, on average, 24 hours ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

  • Lotus Center hosting a weekly Caregivers Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, the number of caregivers experiencing these challenges will continue to rise. Most of these caregivers are daughters or sons who live near their parents; these adult children provide, on average, 24 hours ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

  • Distinguished Speaker Series Doyne Farmer  ::  Public Meetings

    J. Doyne Farmer is an American complex systems scientist and entrepreneur with interests in chaos theory, complexity and econophysics. Farmer will discuss his book, Making Sense of Chaos: Full press release: https://www.grantcountybeat.com/events-calendars/local-events/85108-distinguished-speaker-series-doyne-farmer    

    Location  WNMU Light Hall

  • Lotus Center hosting a weekly Caregivers Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, the number of caregivers experiencing these challenges will continue to rise. Most of these caregivers are daughters or sons who live near their parents; these adult children provide, on average, 24 hours ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

September, 2024
  • Lotus Center hosting a weekly Caregivers Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, the number of caregivers experiencing these challenges will continue to rise. Most of these caregivers are daughters or sons who live near their parents; these adult children provide, on average, 24 hours ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

  • Ambercare and Silver City Womans Club starting bereavement group   ::  Public Meetings

    This group will be free and open to the public, no prior relationship with Ambercare is necessary to participate.  Our first meeting will be March 11th with consecutive meetings the second Monday of every month.  See flyer: https://www.grantcountybeat.com/news/news-releases/82999-ambercare-and-silver-city-womans-club-starting-bereavement-group    

    Location  Silver City Women's Club

  • Lotus Center hosting a weekly Caregivers Support Group  ::  Public Meetings

    As the Baby Boomer generation continues to age, the number of caregivers experiencing these challenges will continue to rise. Most of these caregivers are daughters or sons who live near their parents; these adult children provide, on average, 24 hours ...   

    Location  Lotus Center

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