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Monthly Archives: July 2014
Friday 1 August 2014 Clay Festival Lectures 8am – 2pm / Seedboat Center for the Arts – 214 W Yankie St / Two days of free lectures on CLAY topics from contemporary ceramics to adobe preservation / Free and open … Continue reading
Tuesday 29 July 2014 Advocacy and Legal Training for Non-Profits 8:30am – Noon / The Commons – 501 E 13th Street / Sara Berger, attorney, and Amanda Manjarrez will provide an introduction to policy advocacy strategies and guidance on the … Continue reading
Friday 25 July 2014 Learn to Ride a Bike! 10:30am / Silver City Public Library – 515 W College Ave / Gila Hike & Bike will on the grass with running bikes for young riders to learn how to ride … Continue reading
Tuesday 22 July 2014 Grant County Board of Commissioners Meeting 9am / Grant County Admin Center – 1400 Hwy 180 E / Rescheduled from 24 July to 22 July Meditation for Everyone! 5:30pm – 6:15pm / Billy Casper Wellness Center … Continue reading
Friday 18 July 2014 Youth DIY Project – Magdeburg Hemispheres 2pm / Silver City Public Library – 515 W College Avenue / Test your strength against the power of atmospheric pressure / Free / Ages 10+ Silver City Historic Presentation … Continue reading
This week on Earth Matters, co-producer Donna Stevens interviews attorney Cyndi Tuell on the Gila National Forest’s recently released Travel Management decision. This process, which proved to be quite contentious, involved the analysis of every road in the Gila to … Continue reading
Welcome to Sherlock Holmes Radio Theater. This program is produced by a team of enthusiastic and adventurous thespians here in Silver City and we look forward to more of their productions in the coming weeks and months. But let us … Continue reading
Tuesday 15 July 2014 Eight Silken Brocade Qi Gong Noon – 1pm / Silver City Food Coop Satellite Space – 614 N Bullard / A brief discussion on history and health benefits, followed by a participatory demonstration / Free and … Continue reading
This week on Earth Matters, Allyson Siwik interviews Jack Loeffler – bioregional aural historian, producer, writer, sound collage artist, musician and documentarian. In 1964 he founded of Peregrine Arts Sound Archive which now holds thousands of hours of recordings of … Continue reading
In this week’s edition of Earth Matters Nathan Newcomer interviews Judy Calman – staff attorney for New Mexico Wilderness Alliance. They discuss the importance of having a staff attorney working for a small conservation organization, in addition to the recent … Continue reading