Local tourist information and events.
Tickets for the Agatha Christie mystery "A Murder Is Announced," adapted by Leslie Darbon, are now on sale at Vickie's Eatery, 315 N. Texas, and at Morning Star, 809 N. Bullard, according to Liz Mikols, the play's producer for the Silver City Community Theatre.
"We are excited for many reasons," says Mikols. "Our mystery will be the first play on the stage that we've created in the J.C. Penney or Workshop of Carneros building in the 400 block of Bullard. The audiences will be sitting in our comfortable new chairs, and they'll be held in suspense by our first class cast."
The traditional Fall Silver City Studio Tour is transforming with the Spring season and “changing up” with an expanded Tour. Studio Artists in the Silver City area are making plans for the “Spring into Art” RED DOT Artists’ Studios Tour, May 4, 5, and 6. Kicking off the event will be a pre-tour “Spring into Art” downtown art gala at 201 Broadway on Friday May 4, from 5-8, that will feature sensational food by Duck Stop and the Honeybee Good Bakery, wine presented by La Esperanza Winery, Big Screen projected art images, and a fun $49.99 ART AUCTION.
Musical storyteller and political satirist Charlie King will perform at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall on Thursday, February 22, at 7:00 PM. The UU Fellowship Hall is at 3845 N. Swan St., just north of the PNM offices. Suggested donation is $10. The concert is being sponsored by the UU Fellowship.
Charlie King has been at the heart of American folk music for half a century. He sings and writes passionately about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. His songs have been sung and recorded by Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, and John McCutcheon among others. Pete Seeger once called Charlie “[o]ne of the finest singers and songwriters of our time.”
For more information, call Andy Payne at (575) 956-5686.
Thursday, February 8 - Every 2nd Thursday of the month, 10 a.m. – 12 & 1:30-4 p.m., upstairs at Leyba & Ingalls ARTS. Participants should bring their paints and subject matter, and be prepared to work. Includes demos, instruction, and critiques.
Fee: $60.00 for materials separate. Must pre-register!
SILVER CITY, NM – The Mimbres Region Arts Council, in conjunction with premier sponsor Cissy McAndrew/United County Mimbres Realty and lodging sponsor Holiday Inn Express, announces the first Indie/Folk concert in 2018. The Austin-by-way-of-Maine artist Slaid Cleaves takes the stage Saturday, February 17 at 7:30 pm at the Buckhorn Opera House, in the scenic mountain town of Pinos Altos - just a 10-minute drive from Silver City. The MRAC Indie/Folk Series showcases unique and emerging talent that reflects the ever-expanding boundaries of the "Folk" genre.
This February 17, 2018, is Territorial Charter Day and Silver City MainStreet is initiating a downtown promotion called Love Local. Downtown merchants are offering great deals, drawings, and discounts because they love our local community. Silver City MainStreet loves our local businesses.
Local businesses are owned by people who live in our community, are less likely to leave, and are more invested in our community's future. If you spend $100 at a local business, roughly $68 stays in our local economy. If you spend the same are a large business, only $43 stays in our local economy. Additionally, small businesses donate 250% more than larger businesses to non-profits and community causes.
This February 17, 2018, is Territorial Charter Day and Silver City MainStreet will participate in the celebration with a fun run through downtown Silver City for adults at 9 am and will also host children's fun runs in the Big Ditch Park at 11 am. The fun runs will showcase our downtown district and prizes will be awarded to all children who participate in this outdoor activity.
Silver City MainStreet is collaborating with WNMU and Coach Macario Campos with sponsorship from the Town of Silver City on the adult and children's fun runs. The Urban Challenge fun run will wind through the historic district and will start under the downtown archway and end at the Market Street walking bridge. Runners aged 14 years and older will receive a t-shirt and the entry fee is three cans of food that will be donated to the Grant County Community Food Pantry. The free children's fun runs will take place in the Big Ditch Park at the end of 6th Street. There will be fun obstacle and dash runs for children grouped by age.
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Now Showing at the Silco Theatre - Silco Theater
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Tour of the Gila Tyrone Individual Time Trials - Tyrone, NM
|Fri Apr 20 @10:00AM - 02:00PM|
"Smart Driver Course" Defensive Driving Techniques and More - WNMU Student Memorial Building
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Zumba! - Guadalupe Montessori School
|Fri Apr 20 @ 5:30PM - 06:30PM|
Women Embracing Recovery Al-Anon Meeting - La Clinica Health & Birth Center
|Fri Apr 20 @ 5:30PM - 06:30PM|
Women Embracing Recovery - La Clinica Health & Birth Center
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STRONG by Zumba HIIT Training - Guadalupe Montessori School
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Stephanie Niles With Thomas Deakin - Buckhorn Saloon
|Fri Apr 20 @ 7:00PM - 06:00PM|
Movies at the Light Hall Theater - Light Hall Theatre
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Gila Native Plant Society meeting - WNMU Harlan Hall