Entrepreneur Story Time: Metal Mysterium

Wednesday, April 12, 5:30 pm

Enjoy the Journey Cafe and Gallery

112 W Yankie St, Silver City, NM 88061

steven andersonSteven Anderson, owner of Metal Mysterium

SILVER CITY, NM — Silver City MainStreet is excited to announce the April Kick-Ass Entrepreneurs — Silver City (KAE-SC) Story Time featuring Metal Mysterium. The Entrepreneur Story Time will take place at Enjoy the Journey Cafe and Gallery, 112 W Yankie Street in downtown Silver City on Wednesday, April 12th at 5:30 pm. The event is free to attend, with the option to purchase food and drinks, and open to the public.

Join us for Story Time and learn how Steven made the journey from metalsmith to mystic to an artist integrating both paths. After spending 15 plus years in the production/fabrication industry as a CNC machinist, he became bored with the lack of artistic freedom and decided to dive into the world of jewelry making. Since then it has been a winding road of learning and growing that eventually led him to Silver City in the fall of 2021, where he not only creates custom astrologically informed pieces but also has happily taken on the role of repair jeweler for our town!

Come join us at Enjoy the Journey Cafe and Gallery for the chance to hear the story of his journey! Plan on coming at 5:30 pm to order some amazing food and drinks along with a bit of schmoozing before we kick-off Story Time at 6PM, followed by time for more schmoozing.

KAE-SC provides entrepreneurs of all ages and stages, across all industries, and throughout Grant County the opportunity to share their stories with an engaged audience of local fans, curious community members, and potential partners. Entrepreneurs share the inside story, including what worked for them and what resources and people helped them along the way. Each month the approximately two-hour event is hosted at different venues providing the hosts the opportunity to share their stories, as well.

Everyone is welcome at KAE-SC. The fun, social format provides attendees with the opportunity to mingle, network, and meet new friends with similar interests. The events are a great way to learn about local businesses and enjoy different host restaurants.

For more information about Entrepreneur Story Time, please contact Silver City MainStreet at 575-534-1700. Follow KAE-SC on Facebook to stay up to date on future events. 

The mission of Silver City MainStreet is "to encourage a vibrant, historic downtown Silver City that is recognized as the heart of our diverse community." Visit silvercitymainstreet.com to learn more about Silver City MainStreet's programs and projects.

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