Tuesday, September 30, 2014
- Kiwanis Club of Silver City
Noon – 1 p.m. Red Barn Restaurant / Open Kiwanis meeting featuring guest presenters and often youth in our community. First Tuesday of the month features “Student of the Month recognition” / 538-3396
- The Silver City Rotary Club Luncheon
Noon. WNMU Student Memorial Building – 2nd Floor – Sunset Room / A speaker will talk about issues of community interest. Guests are welcome . A hot lunch with dessert and coffee is available.
- Meditation for Everyone!
5:30-6:15 p.m. Billy Casper Wellness Center. 20-25 minute meditation on the theme of “What is Your Life’s Purpose” followed by 20-25 minutes of commentary. This evening completes the series of five classes on Tuesday evenings. Free. Jeff Goin at 313-4087.
- Silver City International Folk Dancing
6 – 7:30 p.m. Knights of Columbus Hall, 1301 N. Swan St. No experience or partner required. Dancing each Tuesday at this location. Light refreshments served. Free. 313-6985.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
- Sexual Assault Volunteer Advocate Training
5-9 p.m. Gila Regional Medical Center Conference Room, 1313 E. 32nd St., Silver City. Vicarious trauma & Self-care, Bystander interventions, LGBT issues, and boys & men.
- Bayard Al-Anon
6 p.m. New Church of the Southwest Desert (1300 N. Bennett behind Food Basket in Silver City) until further notice. Meets Wednesdays. 313-7094
Thursday, October 2, 2014
- Brown Bag Program: New Mexico Cienagas
Noon- 1 p.m. Silver City Museum Annex, 302 W. Broadway. Part II with A.T. Cole. 538-5921 or silvercitymuseum.org (http://www NULL.silvercitymuseum NULL.org).
- Southwest Festival of the Written Word –
Landscape and Language: A Poet’s Artist
6 p.m. Parotti Recital Hall, 1000 W. College Ave. Former Kansas Poet Laureate, Denise Low, discusses how cultural and structural geology, landscape painters, other poets, and her own cultural heritage influenced her to write her recent collection of poetry. Free and open to the public. swwordfiesta.org for information.
- Is it loco to speak local?
6-8 p.m. The Commons, 501 E. 13th St. Be part of a community conversation on what we need and how to get it. Attend a community conversation coming to your neighborhood.
- Opening Night at Historic Light Hall
Outdoor reception 6:30, Movie screening 7:30. Light Hall Auditorium, WNMU Campus 1000 W. College Ave, Silver City. The Light Hall Auditorium is reopening to the public as a community venue where you can experience seeing the latest movies, listen to lectures, or be amazed by the talents of visiting musicians. First 150 to RSVP will be guaranteed a seat.
Friday, October 3, 2014
- Domestic Violence Awareness Month Proclamations
9 a.m. Silver City Woman’s Club, 411 Silver Heights Blvd. Reading of County and Municipalities’ proclamations in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Free. 538-2125
- Habaneros Quintet (Concert for Families)
10:30 – 11:45 a.m. WNMU Fine Arts Center Theater / 12th & Kentucky / Habaneros Quintet from Havana Cuba play an educational outreach concert, free to elementary school age kids accompanied by an adult on School In-Service Day. Grant County Community Concert Association, 538-5862
- Grant County Art Guild’s Annual Old Masters Exhibit
4-6 p.m. MRAC gallery in Wells Fargo Bank, 1201 N. Pope Street / The show will hang for the month of October and be available for viewing Tuesday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
- SWNM Audubon
7 p.m. WNMU Harlan Hall, corner of 12th St. and Alabama. Carol Beidleman, New Mexico’s Audubon’s Director of Bird Conservation will present “Conserving Migratory Birds through International Partnerships: A full life-cycle approach.” Light refreshments after meeting. 388-2386 or swnmaudubon.org (http://www NULL.swnmaudubon NULL.org).
Saturday, October 4, 2014
- Sexual Assault Volunteer Advocate Training
8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Gila Regional Medical Center Conference Room, 1313 E. 32nd St., Silver City. Confidentiality, rape on campus, cultural competence, and disabilities. Lunch will be served. Free to volunteers. firstname.lastname@example.org.
- SW Festival of the Written Word – The Scalpel and the Thread:
a Master Workshop for Writers
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. Pinos Altos location TBA. Using 5 pages of your own work, novelist, writing teacher and NPR commentator Mary Sojourner shows the beauty of taking the scalpel to your words, and how to weave threads of color back into your writing. There is a fee for this workshop, and space is limited to 10 participants. Reserve a space at email@example.com or 520-850-0014.
- SW Festival of the Written Word – Soup to Nuts:
From First Draft to Publishable Poetry, A Workshop for Poets of all levels
9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Silver City location TBA. Former Kansas Poet Laureate Denise Low, using a one-page sample of your own writing, teaches how to go from draft, to revision, to readiness for a journal editor’s sharp eyes. There is a fee for this workshop – reserve your space at firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-3172.
- Fall Art & Wine Extravaganza
10am – 6pm / Esperanza Vineyard – 100 DeLaO – Sherman, NM / Talented artists, live music / David or Esperanza Gurule laesperanzavineyardandwinery.com (http://www NULL.laesperanzavineyardandwinery NULL.com) – 505.259.9523 – 505.238.6252
- Pet Blessing
10am / Gough Park
- Pinos Altos October Fiesta
11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Main Street in Pinos Altos. Come play historic games! “Beer Garden” in the Opera House, Hamburgers at the Buckhorn, Brats cooked by Fire Department Volunteers, and Mike Moutoux, “the Enchanted Cowboy,” performing at the opera house from noon- 1 p.m. Music and Dancing. 538-5921 or silvercitymuseum.org (http://silvercitymuseum NULL.org). Or Lucy Whitmarsh at 574-8394 or email@example.com or 313-3172.
- SW Festival of the Written Word – An Evening with Stars of Prose & Poetry
7pm / 614 N. Bullard Street / Readings by novelist Mary Sojourner, former Kansas Poet Laureate Denise Low, and Silver City Poet Laureate Elise Stuart. Open to the public, free of charge. firstname.lastname@example.org or 313-3172.
Sunday, October 5, 2014
- 2014 Tamal Fiesta y Mas
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION! Event is November 29, 2014. Sell your hand-made Hispanic-heritage folk art, crafts, or traditional foods, or create displays about local Hispanic heritage / 538-4332 or 505.819.965 – TamalFiestayMas.org (http://tamalfiestaymas NULL.org)
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