Local tourist information and events.
Walking Words: A Progressive Dinner in Historic Silver City that is a Fund Raiser for the Southwest Festival of the Written Word.
Saturday evening, September 29th, 2018 — 5:30 to 8:30 or so.
Only 5 Spaces Remaining!
On Sunday, October 7, the Grant County Community Concert Association will kick off its 2018-19 season with the Malpass Brothers, siblings from North Carolina who will treat our audience to authentic, down-home country music in its most raw, unfiltered form. Concert time is 3:00 p.m. at the Fine Arts Center Theater on the WNMU campus.
This weekend, Sept. 21 to 23 FBHPS celebrates Fort Bayard Days with events and speakers, a military ball, a military band concert, vintage baseball and interdenominational church service by military chaplains. For full schedule, visit http://www.grantcountybeat.com/events-calendars/local-events/46339-fort-bayard-days-to-be-held-over-three-days-sept-21-23-2018
Movie Schedule: Thursdays, September 20 - All Quiet on the Western Front; September 27 - Wings; October 4- The Dawn Patrol; October 11 - Yankee Doodle Dandy; October 18 - Sergeant York; and October 25 - Flyboys. All at 7 p.m. at the Santa Clara Armory.
www.silvercityart.com, for all the details on gallery show openings, a very special brunch, an indie artist pop up exhibition, live theater performances, an annual Southwest Print Fiesta and much, much more. It is suggested that you stop by the Murray Ryan Visitor Center at 201 Hudson street for brochures, maps and all you need to know to see everything that is happening in Silver City this holiday weekend.Celebrating 20 years of Weekend at the Galleries, Silver City Art Association invites everyone to mark their calendars for October 5, 6, 7, and 8 for four full days of downtown festivities. Check the website,
"The Enduring West" is the chosen theme for the Grant County Art Guild's 33rd annual Purchase Prize Show. This much-anticipated show draws entries from across the state of New Mexico and opens with a gala reception on Tuesday, September 25, at 5:30 p.m. The opening reception is a special time to view wonderful art, visit with friends and the participating artists. You are invited to enjoy some enticing refreshments, too! The judge of the show, award-winning Arizona artist Barbara Mulleneaux will be there to talk about why she has chosen the winners in each division and also to critique other entries. This exciting exhibit of fine art will also be available for viewing for two extended weekends following the opening reception. Those dates are September 28-29-30 and October 5-6-7-8. The gallery is open to the public from 10 a.m. till 4 p.m.
Celebrating 20 years of Weekend at the Galleries, Silver City Art Association invites everyone to mark their calendars for October 5, 6, 7, and 8 for four full days of downtown festivities. Check the website, www.silvercityart.com, for all the details on gallery show openings, a very special brunch, an indie artist pop up exhibition, live theater performances, an annual Southwest Print Fiesta and much, much more. It is suggested that you stop by the Murray Ryan Visitor Center at 201 Hudson street for brochures, maps and all you need to know to see everything that is happening in Silver City this holiday weekend.
Saturday morning, October 6, Galleries are opening by 11 for your browsing and shopping. Just follow the Red Dots and during the festive receptions at the galleries, between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., you can meet the artists, enjoy music, refreshments and bountiful art. It's a great way to start your gallery exploration on this extended weekend of fun, food and lots and lots of local art!
The Southwest Festival of the Written Word has been proud to showcase the exciting and innovative work of Virus Theater at our festivals. This year, Virus Theater embarks on a first-time Fall Festival that features four original productions.
See below for further descriptions of their recent work along with ticket information and show times.
Do you hear conversations about the lack of services, not enough resources, and not enough to do in Grant County? Here is a chance for the community to learn about what resources the area does have. How much do you know about ALL the different programs, services, and resources that ARE available right here in Grant County? That is why the Red Hot Children’s Fiesta (RHCF) is in its 17th year. The overall purpose of the Red Hot Children’s Fiesta is to provide a “one-stop-shop” for community members to learn about what resources, programs, and activities are available to support families and youth throughout the County. There are so many organizations that provide a huge variety of services or programs and this event brings them together! The goal of RHCF is to help close the gap between what is available and community awareness.
Come out to the 17th Annual Red Hot Children’s Fiesta on Saturday, September 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Penny Park, 1305 N Grant St. in Silver City. Sponsored by the Grant County Community Health Council, Hidalgo Medical Services, FORWARD NM of Southwest Center for Health Innovations, Imagination Library of Grant County, and Healthy Kids Healthy Communities.
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14th Annual Gila River Festival - Silver City, New Mexico
|Thu Sep 20 @12:00AM|
Now Showing at the Silco Theatre - Silco Theater
|Thu Sep 20 @ 9:00AM - 12:00PM|
Narcan Training - Grant County Veteran's Memorial Business & Conference Center
|Thu Sep 20 @ 9:30AM - |
Tai Chi: Moving for Better Balance - WNMU Francis McCray Gallery of Contemporarly Art
|Thu Sep 20 @10:30AM - 11:30AM|
Little Artist Club - Silver City Public Library
|Thu Sep 20 @12:00PM - |
Reception for Sen. Howie Morales - Democratic Campaign Headquarters 2018
|Thu Sep 20 @ 4:00PM - |
WildWorks - Silver City Public Library
|Thu Sep 20 @ 5:00PM - |
Public Forum on the State of Education in New Mexico - WNMU Miller Library
|Thu Sep 20 @ 5:00PM - |
TOPS (Take Pounds Off Sensibly) #0288 Chapter Meeting - First Presbyterian Church
|Thu Sep 20 @ 5:30PM - |
Zumba Fitness in Hurley - Hurley Community Center