Community Calendar / 16 April 2013

Tuesday 16 April 2013

  • Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance
    Noon – 1pm / Silver City Recreation Center – 1016 N Silver Street / Based on traditional Tai Chi, this program works for all people including those with diminished balance or strength / 1st class free / Contact Liz – 313.6833
  • Free Meditation Classes
    2 – 2:30pm / WNMU Student Memorial Building – 3rd Floor Meeting Room / Conducted by Jeff Goin each Tuesday and Thursday through May 9th / Everyone welcome / Come to one, some, or all classes / WNMU Student Health Services – 538.6014 or shc@wnmu.edu
  • Tough Guise – documentary
    5:30pm / WNMU Social Sciences Lounge – 2nd floor of Global Resource Center / Free / Sexual Assault Support Services / 313.6203
  • Vespers in the Celtic Tradition
    5:30pm / Good Shepherd Episcopal Church – Texas & 6th Street – Entrance off parking / A quiet reflective service of remembrance of modern “saints” of all faiths / Potluck dinner follows
  • Scott
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor – 510 N Bullard Street / Blues & Country / Free
  • HMS Healthy Living Classes
    Times TBA / HMS Silver City Community Health Center / Daytime and evening classes / Classes last through week of June 2nd / Dietitian certified sessions taught by our Community Health Workers/Promotoras that will help guide and give you the tools you need to improve your lifestyle and prevent further health complications / Call to register, space limited – 597.2428

Wednesday 17 April 2013

  • Prenatal Yoga Class
    11:30am – 12:30pm / Billy Casper Wellness Center – 300 E 16th Street / Classes are taught by a certified instructor / Prenatal yoga classes are recommended for women in any stage of pregnancy / Free
  • Mom and Baby Yoga Class
    12:45 – 1:45pm / Billy Casper Wellness Center – 300 E 16th Street / Classes are taught by a certified instructor / Mom and Baby yoga is recommended starting 4 weeks postpartum for vaginal delivery and 6 weeks postpartum for caesarean section, until baby is crawling / Free
  • Corazones Unidos
    6pm / Gila Regional Medical Center Board Room – 1313 E 32nd Street / Cardiac Support group w/ monthly speakers and support for those with cardiac issues / 388.1198
  • Dane & Edie
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor  – 510 N Bullard Street / Vocals & Piano – Jazz & Standards / Free
  • The Oversouls
    6:30pm / Buckhorn Saloon – Pinos Altos / Local Rock & Soul Combo / Free
  • Journey of the Universe
    7pm / St Mary’s on Alabama Street / Free film series and conversations w/ ecologists, community organizers and educators about the emergence of human potential / 590.5561

Thursday 18 April 2013

  • Four Shillings Short
    10am / Silver City Public Library – 515 W College Avenue / Christy Martin & Aodh Og O’Tuama of the Celtic / Folk / World Music duo perform Around The World in 30 Instruments / Children’s concert at 10am  / All ages concert from 5:30 – 7pm / 538.3672 – fourshillingsshort.com (http://fourshillingsshort NULL.com)
  • Evergreen Garden Club
    11am / Mimbres Farm and Nursery – 2290 Highway 61 – 2 miles south of Hwys 152 & 61 in beautiful downtown San Juan in the Mimbres Valley / Tour the Nursery and join their potluck lunch
  • Community Forum for WNMU VP of Academic Affairs
    1 – 2pm / WNMU Miller Library Lobby
  • Free Meditation Classes
    2 – 2:30pm / WNMU Student Memorial Building – 3rd Floor Meeting Room / Conducted by Jeff Goin each Tuesday and Thursday through May 9th / Everyone welcome / Come to one, some, or all classes / WNMU Student Health Services – 538.6014 or shc@wnmu.edu
  • Guided Group Meditation
    5:30 – 6:15pm / Billy Casper Wellness Center / Presented by Jeff Goin / No prior meditation experience necessary / 313.4087  – jeffgoin@gmail.com
  • Joe & Danny
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor – 510 N Bullard Street / Jazz & Latin Variety / Free
  • Silver Consolidated School District Board Meeting
    6pm / Silver Schools Administration Office – 2810 N Swan Street
  • Grant County Prostate Support Group
    6:30pm / Gila Regional Medical Center Conference Room – 1313 E 32nd Street / Current patients, survivors, and those at-risk for prostate cancer are encouraged to attend / Dave  388.2331
  • Artist Lecture Series
    6:30pm / WNMU Parotti Hall – behind the Fine Arts Center / Mimbres Region Arts Council & Western Institute for Lifelong Learning present Tim Read, local sculptor / Tim’s large heads made of steel have a powerful presence in Silver City.  You can see one on Pope Street at the park next to Life Quest / 538.2505 – info@MimbresArts.org
  • Meet & Greet the Candidate for WNMU VP of Academic Affairs
    5:3o – 6:30pm / WNMU Thomas B. McDonald Student Memorial Center Mall – 3rd Floor

Friday 19 April 2013

  • Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance
    Noon – 1pm / Silver City Recreation Center – 1016 N Silver Street / Based on traditional Tai Chi, this program works for all people including those with diminished balance or strength / 1st class free / Contact Liz – 313.6833
  • Reflections of an Artist Series
    5pm / WNMU Global Resource Center Rooms ABC – 12th & Kentucky / Reception and Book Signing / Presentation followed by Q&A / Presented by Western Institute for Lifelong Learning / Monette Bebow-Reinhard’s “Tracking a Pre-Contact Copper Industry Trade Network,” an exploration of the pre-historic copper tooling and trading and its effect on culture in the Americas / Free and open to the public / 538.6835 – will-learning.com – info@will-learning.com
  • Loose Blues Band
    6:30pm / Diane’s Parlor – 510 N Bullard Street / uh… Blues / Free
  • Gila Native Plant Society
    7pm / WNMU Harlan Hall  – Room 110
  • Faces of Climate Change
    7pm / Seedboat Center for the Arts / Storytelling by WNMU Expressive Arts Department for Earth Day / Free / 538.8078 / scearthday@gmail.com
  • The Roadrunners
    7:30pm / Buckhorn Saloon / Rock & Blues / Free

Saturday 20 April 2013

  • Bike Works Community Bike Ride
    10am/ SC Recreation Center / Bikes and helmets available to loan if you don’t have one or need a quick adjustment to your bike.
    10:30am / Bullard and College / Meet here if you’re ready to roll / Bring water, plans for lunch, and a sense of exploration / Riding on roads & trails, the difficulty is determined by the riders who show up / 388.1444
  • Earth Day!
    10am – 4pm / Gough Park / Fun and informative for all ages / Food, entertainment, plant sales / Meet representatives from lots of local organizations working to make our area a great place to live / Free / 538.8078 / Events will include:
  • The High Desert Humane Society
    Adoption Day with Animal Friends of New Mexico.  They will also be collecting used ink cartridges and aluminum cans at their booth for fundraising – so please bring any you have and want to recycle!
  • Earth Day E-Waste and Recycling Collection
    Parking lot South of Gough Park – entrance on 11th Street / Recycle all electronic equipment, anything that has a plug or is battery operated / Recycle clean dry paper products / most plastic containers / glass bottles and jars / tin and aluminum cans / Unbroken, burned out CFL’s / 519.8987 / Free
  • Museum Booth at the Earth Day Celebration
    “Make and Take” craft and activities / 538.5921 – silvercitymuseum.org (http://silvercitymusuem NULL.org)
  • Second Chance Discussion and Book Signing
    10am / Silver City Public Library – 515 West College Avenue / Discussion with author Monette Bebow-Reinhard / 538.3672
  • 46th Annual Great Race
    Noon / WNMU Old James Stadium / Annual event followed by a free BBQ lunch for the community
  • Waning Moon – Singing and Book Signing
    2pm – 3pm / Silver City Museum – 312 W Broadway / Author, singer and songwriter Jim Jones / 538.5921 – silvercitymuseum.org (http://silvercitymuseum NULL.org)
  • Poetry Reading
    2pm / Bayard Public Library – 1112 Central Avenue /  Celebrate Earth Day with Original Poetry in Honor of the Earth read by Illuminata Senetreat
  • Mario
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor – 510 N Bullard Street / Classic Rock  / Free
  • David Vidal
    7:30pm / Buckhorn Saloon – Pinos Altos / Americana, Blues, Slide Guitar / Free

Sunday 21 April 2013

  • LGBT Brunch
    Noon / Vickie’s Eatery – 315 N Texas Street / All LGBT folk, friends and allies are welcome! / 388.5430
  • Aldo Leopold Presentation and Readings
    2pm – 3pm / Silver City Museum Annex – 302 W Broadway /  with Stephen Fox, Philip Connors and ALHs students / 538.5921 – silvercitymuseum.org (http://silvercitymuseum NULL.org)
  • Late Afternoon Lasagna Dinner
    w/ Entertainment by Bayou Seco And Fiddlin’ Friends
    5pm / Glad Tidings Assembly of God – 11600 Hwy 180 E / A fundraiser for the Bridge Community
  • Open Mic w/ Brandon Perrault
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor – 510 N Bullard Street / Free

The GMCR Community Calendar provides notice of local music, arts, culture and civic events.  It is based in large part on Anne McCormick’s email calendar which is now compiled and administered by Grant County Community Health Council.  The GMCR calendar may include additional events and omit or edit others which lie outside our editorial policies – such as our non-commercial guidelines.

To include an event on the calendar please send your request to healthcouncilgc@gmail.com (healthcouncilgc null@null gmail NULL.com) and include the following information:

  • Event name
  • Date and time
  • Location with physical address
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If you have a reoccurring event, please send monthly notices which should include the date(s) and requested information from above.

Note that the list is compiled from list serve participants, various community calendars, and area postings.  GCCHC and GMCR do not take responsibility for any missing/incorrect events and we retain the right to exclude unsuitable events.

For additional info contact Kendra Milligan / Public Relations Liaison / Grant County Community Health Council / 388.1198 x10 / healthcouncilgc@gmail.com (healthcouncilgc null@null gmail NULL.com)

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