Community Calendar / 18 June 2013

Tuesday 18 June 2013

  • Stand Up and Step In Bullying Prevention
    Register now for a bullying prevention day camp Monday thru Friday – July 22-26 – 8:30am to noon / Unitarian Fellowship Hall – 3845 N Swan Street / This day camp teaches kids ages 11-14 to stand up for themselves in non-violent ways and empowers them to become allies of those who are targeted by bullies.  Mask making, dance, slam poetry, mural painting and more / Fee for the week – scholarships available / Contact Damie to register – 590.8797
  • Bayard Summer Reading Program
    10am – Noon / Bayard Public Library / School-aged children are invited to join the fun programs and events of this summer’s theme – Dig Into Reading! / Includes hands on activities like adobe brick-making, planting, creating Terra cotta pots, fossil studies, and of course, reading! / Free and open to school-aged children of all abilities / The 6-week program will begin on Tuesday June 11th and will be held every Tuesday and Thursday through Thursday July 18th / Adult supervision required for children age nine or younger
  • Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance
    11am – Noon / Main Street Plaza – enter at 7th & Bullard / Based on traditional Tai Chi, this program works for all people including those with diminished balance or strength / First class free / Contact Liz – 313.6833
  • Health Kids Healthy Communities Steering Committee
    3pm / Health Council Office – 214 N Black Street / Ali Jenson – 388.1198 x12
  • Substance Abuse Focus Group – Middle School Youth and Parents
    5pm / WNMU Global Resource Center – 12th & Kentucky / Your input will be used to establish priorities and strategies to reduce youth substance abuse / Youth and parents will meet separately / Approximately 1 hour / Participants will be compensated for their time and a meal will be served / Please RSVP to sign up – Participation is limited / Tiffany Knauf – 388.1198
  • Forgive . . . and Move Forward
    5:30pm – 6:15pm / Billy Casper Wellness Center – Education Room / Free and open to the public – both BCWC members and non-members / Drop-ins are welcome / Attend one, some, or all four classes
  • Vespers in the Celtic Tradition
    5:30pm / Good Shepherd Episcopal Church – Texas & 6th Street – entrance off parking lot / A quiet reflective service of  remembrance of modern “saints” of all faiths / Potluck dinner follows
  • Scott
    6pm / Diane’s Restaurant – 510 N Bullard Street  / The Blues & The Country / Free
  • Substance Abuse Focus Group – Community Members
    6:30pm / WNMU Global Resource Center / Your input will be used to establish priorities and strategies to reduce youth substance abuse / Approximately 1 hour / Participants will be compensated for their time and a meal will be served / Please RSVP to sign up – Participation is limited / Tiffany Knauf – 388.1198

Wednesday 19 June 2013

  • Curbside Consulting at the Nonprofit Resource Center
    9am – Noon / The Wellness Coalition – 409 N Bullard Street / Free consulting services to existing and aspiring nonprofit organizations / Free / Lisa Jimenez – 534.0665 x232 – lisa@wellnesscoalition.org (lisa null@null wellnesscoalition NULL.org)
  • Substance Abuse Focus Group – High School Youth and Parents
    5pm / WNMU Global Resource Center – 12th & Kentucky / Your input will be used to establish priorities and strategies to reduce youth substance abuse / Youth and parents will meet separately / Approximately 1 hour / Participants will be compensated for their time and a meal will be served / Please RSVP to sign up – Participation is limited / Tiffany Knauf – 388.1198
  • Dane & Edie
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor  – 510 N Bullard Street / Vocals & Piano, Jazz and Standards / Free
  • Substance Abuse Focus Group – Community Members
    6:30pm / WNMU Global Resource Center / Your input will be used to establish priorities and strategies to reduce youth substance abuse / Approximately 1 hour / Participants will be compensated for their time and a meal will be served / Please RSVP to sign up – Participation is limited / Tiffany Knauf – 388.1198
  • Ray Tarantino
    6:30pm / Buckhorn Saloon – Pinos Altos / Singer Songwriter – Portland / Free

Thursday 20 June 2013

  • Magic Show
    10am / Silver City Public Library – 515 College Avenue / Jamie O’Hara, The Magic Guy will be visiting the library to present stories, jokes and, of course, amazing illusions! / All ages / Free / 538.3672
  • Bayard Summer Reading Program
    10am – Noon / Bayard Public Library / School-aged children are invited to join the fun programs and events of this summer’s theme – Dig Into Reading! / Includes hands on activities like adobe brick-making, planting, creating Terra cotta pots, fossil studies, and of course, reading! / Free and open to school-aged children of all abilities / The program will be held every Tuesday and Thursday through Thursday July 18th / Adult supervision required for children age nine or younger
  • Town of Silver City Council Special Meeting
    2pm / Grant County Administration Center – 1400 Hwy 180 East /  Lodgers Tax Awards for FY 2013-2014 / Agenda is posted at townofsilvercity.org (http://townofsilvercity NULL.org/r/meeting_documents_and_video NULL.php?CID=RACH3)
  • Capoeira Quinto Sol Silver City
    6pm / The SPOT – The Wellness Coalition – Bullard Street / Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art that incorporates music, singing, dance, self expression & community / For ages 11 – 20 / Isaac – subsideenergize@gmail.com (subsideenergize null@null gmail NULL.com)
  • Joe & Danny
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor  – 510 N Bullard Street / Jazz & Latin / Free

Friday 21 June 2013

  • Fit Families in Silver City Sign Up
    June 26 to August 7 at Hidalgo Medical Services on Pope Street / A free 7-session series to improve family health & relationships / Free meals at each session and prizes, sessions include info on healthy eating, physical activity, healthy and reasonable goal setting and self-esteem and motivation / Instructed by a registered dietitian, social worker and physical activity professional / Ali Jensen – 388.1198  – ajensen@grmc.org
  • Gila Economic Development Alliance Roundtable
    8am / Grant County Business and Conference Center
  • Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance
    11am – Noon / Main Street Plaza – enter at 7th & Bullard / Based on traditional Tai Chi, this program works for all people including those with diminished balance or strength / First class free / Contact Liz – 313.6833
  • Courtyard Summer Concert Series
    Gila Regional Medical Center Courtyard / Barb Fila & Joe Krzyzanowski
  • SW NM Green Chamber – Summer Solstice Party
    5:30pm – 7pm / Contact the SW NM Green Chamber at 538.4332 –  swGreenChamber@gmail.com (swGreenChamber null@null gmail NULL.com)
  • Wheel Truing
    6pm – 8pm / Bike Works Downtown Branch – 820 Bullard / Learn to straighten your wheels / Donation suggested / 388.1444
  • Social Bike Ride
    6pm / Bike Works Downtown Branch – 820 Bullard / Encouraging all beginners and experienced riders to  an evening ride around Silver City / 388.1444
  • Esther Jamison
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor  – 510 N Bullard Street  / Classical guitar / Free
  • Screening – How To Die in Oregon
    6pm – 8pm / Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall – 3845 N Swan Street / A film that gently enters the lives of the terminally ill as they consider whether – and when – to end their lives / Free and open to the public / Refreshments provided during the discussion following the film
  • Eric from Philly
    7:30pm / Buckhorn Saloon – Pinos Altos / Folk Rock / Free
  • Bike-In Movie Night
    8:30pm / Bike Works Downtown Branch – 820 N Bullard / Bring a chair and enjoy an outdoor movie! / A donation is appreciated / 388.1444

Saturday 22 June 2013

  • La Capilla Wetlands Nature Walk
    8am / Meet at Silver City Senior’s Center Parking Lot / Nature walk with Patricia Taber / Explore the trails and picnic areas in this gem of a park that is very convenient /  In celebration of publication of the revised Greenways of Silver City brochure / swnmaudubon@gmail.com (swnmaudubon null@null gmail NULL.com) / Free
  • Silver City Farmer’s Market
    8:30-Noon / Main Street Plaza – enter at 7th & Bullard / Fresh produce, locally grown plants, herbal products, locally raised meats, eggs, baked goods, coffee & prepared food and more / Support your local farmers / Enjoy the music of Bayou Seco / Linda, Market Manager – 654.4104
  • History of La Capilla Chapel
    9am / Meet at Silver City Senior’s Center Parking Lot / Learn about the history behind this Silver City heritage park with Jose Ray, Jr / Easily combined with the nature walk at 8am / Part of the celebration of publication of the revised Greenways of Silver City brochure / swnmaudubon@gmail.com (swnmaudubon null@null gmail NULL.com) / Free
  • Bike Works Community Bike Ride
    10am – 2pm / Meet at the (Root) Shop behind the Recreation Center if you need to borrow a bike or helmet or need a quick adjustment / Or meet at our new Downtown (Branch) Shop at 10:30am 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
  • Bilingual Storytelling with Maria Vigil
    10am – 11am / Silver City Museum – 312 W Broadway / 538.5921 – silvercitymuseum.org (http://silvercitymuseum NULL.org )
  • Substance Abuse Focus Group – Cobre Middle School Youth & Parents
    11am / Bayard Public Library / Your input will be used to establish priorities and strategies to reduce youth substance abuse / Youth and parents will meet separately / Approximately 1 hr long / Participants will be compensated for their time and a meal will be served / Please RSVP – space is limited / Tiffany Knauf – 388.1198 for sign up and information
  • Inkle Weaving Class
    12:30pm – 3:30pm / Silver City Museum – 312 W Broadway / For students 16 and older / pre-registration required / Fee / 538.5921 – silvercitymuseum.org (http://silvercitymuseum NULL.org)
  • Substance Abuse Focus Group – Cobre High School Youth & Parents
    1pm / Bayard Public Library / Your input will be used to establish priorities and strategies to reduce youth substance abuse / Youth and parents will meet separately / Approximately 1 hr long / Participants will be compensated for their time and a meal will be served / Please RSVP – space is limited / Tiffany Knauf – 388.1198 for sign up and information
  • Solstice Solar Tour
    1pm / Visitors Center – 201 N Hudson / Ever wonder about photovoltaics, passive solar or solar heating systems here in Silver City?  See and talk about a variety of solar installations around town / SW NM Green Chamber 538.4332 –  swGreenChamber@gmail.com (swGreenChamber null@null gmail NULL.com)
  • Substance Abuse Focus Group – Mining District Community Members
    3pm / Bayard Public Library / Your input will be used to establish priorities and strategies to reduce youth substance abuse / Youth and parents will meet separately / Approximately 1 hr long / Participants will be compensated for their time and a meal will be served / Please RSVP – space is limited / Tiffany Knauf – 388.1198 for sign up and information
  • Eric from Philly
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor  – 510 N Bullard Street  / Folk Rock / Free
  • Wally Lawder & The Raptured Coyotes
    7:30pm / Buckhorn Saloon – Pinos Altos / Folk Rock / Free

Sunday 23 June 2013

  • LGBT Brunch
    Noon / Vicki’s Eatery – 315 N Texas Street / All LGBT folk, friends and allies are welcome / 388.5430
  • Capoeira Quinto Sol Silver City
    5pm / Gough Park in Beautiful Downtown Silver City / Capoeira is an Afro-Brazilian martial art that incorporates music, singing, dance, self expression & community / All ages welcome / Isaac at subsideenergize@gmail.com (subsideenergize null@null gmail NULL.com)
  • Open Mic
    6pm / Diane’s Parlor  – 510 N Bullard Street  / Free

Monday 24 June 2013

  • Grant County Commission Work Session
    9am / Grant County Administration Building – 1400 Hwy 180 East / Meeting agenda not posted at press time.  Check later at grantcountynm.org (http://www NULL.grantcountynm NULL.org/grant_county_nm_info NULL.php?CID=396)
  • Christening for the Waste Water Treatment Plant Solar Array
    9am -10am / Town of Silver City Office of Sustainability – 11th and Pope Street / Gather here at 8:45 for bus transportation to the event / Please RSVP to mikesauber@gmail.com (mikesauber null@null gmail NULL.com) – to reserve a seat / Free
  • Open Mic Night
    7pm / Buckhorn Saloon – Pinos Altos / Free

Tuesday 25 June 2013

  • Dig into Reading!
    10am / Bayard Public Library – 1112 Central Avenue / “Archaeology Truck Show” presented by preservation archaeologist Dr Deborah L Huntley of Archaeology Southwest / Children under 10 years old must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian
  • Health Talk – Menopause in an Hour
    Noon – 1pm / Gila Regional Medical Center – Conference Room / Presentation by Dr Victor Nwachuku / Space is limited – RSVP at 538.4870 / Free
  • Vespers in the Celtic Tradition
    5:30pm / Good Shepherd Episcopal Church – Texas & 6th Street – entrance off parking lot / A quiet reflective service of  remembrance of modern “saints” of all faiths / Potluck dinner follows
  • Silver City Town Council Meeting & Public Hearing
    6pm / Grant County Administration Building – 1400 Hwy 180 East / Zoning change Meeting agenda/ notice posted at townofsilvercity.org (http://townofsilvercity NULL.org/r/meeting_documents_and_video NULL.php?CID=VWMGD)
  • Scott
    6pm / Diane’s Restaurant – 510 N Bullard Street  / The Blues & The Country / Free
  • Silver City / Grant County TEA Party Patriots
    6pm / Red Barn Restaurant / Photo presentation by Bob Pelham of his four-wheeling tour along the the border fence between New Mexico and Arizona borders with Mexico

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
  • Short description if desired
  • Cost, if any
  • Contact name / phone / email / URL

If you have a recurring 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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