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The Silver City Fantasy Festival announces "A Chair-ity Event," to be held on Saturday, February 24, in A-Space Gallery, 110 West 7th St., Silver City, New Mexico 88061. The goal of this chair-themed event is to raise funds for Silver City's inaugural multi-themed cosplay festival in downtown Silver City later this year. Local artists are invited to submit chair and furniture themed artwork in any medium to be sold at the event. Half of all sales go to participating artists and the remaining proceeds benefit The Silver City Fantasy Festival.

Tickets for a benefit gourmet Soup Supper at 5pm are $5.00 at the event or for pre-purchase at A-Space, Finn's Gallery, Tranquil Buzz Cafe, Binary Circuits, The Place and Yada Yada Yarn. Vegetarian, vegan and carnivore soups and bread will be served. Silver City Fantasy Festival wishes to recognize their fiscal agent, LGBTQ Grant County, a 501c3 organization. All donations to Silver City Fantasy Festival are through LGBTQ Grant County and are tax deductible.

qtango rsErskine Maytorena, who founded QTango, performs on the bandoneon. He and a chamber-sized version of his traditional Tango ensemble will play at Western New Mexico University on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018.Silver City, NM – The Albuquerque-based QTango ensemble will be featured in a concert on the Western New Mexico University campus (1000 W. College Ave.) on Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018. Beginning at 7 p.m., the audience in Light Hall Theater will explore the history of tango from French composer Bizet to Argentine composer Piazzolla.

gin rummyLet the games begin!

Senior Olympics is getting ready for a momentous year, preparing to have 200 or more participants in 2018. Making a Difference in the Lives of Active Seniors 50+

Our first event to be held:

Event: Gin Rummy

the coteries rsThe CoteriesSILVER CITY, NM – The Mimbres Region Arts Council, in conjunction with premier sponsor Cissy McAndrew/United County Mimbres Realty, announces the 2017-18 season's second Indie/Folk concert. The Coteries take the stage Friday, January 26, 2018 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.

Born out of the midst of an 11,000 mile North American road trip, The Coteries bring you Folk Rock music steeped in their travels and the back roads of the American countryside. Just two summers ago the female-fronted trio found their footing behind the wheel of their old VW Bus, Trusty Rusty. Aside for some freezing August nights in the mountains of Wyoming and Montana, it was the best decision of their lives. Since their return, they've played over 200 shows in their inaugural year bolstering their sound with acoustic guitars, mandolin, a stomp box, and harmonicas. They've gone from farmer's markets and corners of bars to playing major festivals like Divide Music Festival and Harmonium Music Fest opening for Sierra Hull and performing alongside Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes, Blondie, Cold War Kids, and The Fray. With a recent endorsement from GoWesty (joining the ranks of artists like Gregory Alan Isakov) they've become traveling ambassadors as they continue their momentum into 2018. On July 29, 2016 they released their debut EP, Reason in the Road, which is a reflection of all they have experienced discovering themselves and the American countryside.

"Have you ever found yourself looking for music that feels real or moving? Well if you have come across The Coteries then you found the right band to do that for you! With beautiful lyrics, complimenting acoustic guitars, and female lead Emily Parasiliti's melodic vocals, this band fits the criteria for an acoustic group that makes real music." WMNJ - WMNJ The Forest

Don't miss out on the chance to hear The Coteries at the historic and intimate Buckhorn Opera House.

For more information on The Coteries and to listen to their music please visit: https://www.thecoteries.com/about-us. MRAC members can purchase tickets for $15, non-member tickets are $20. Tickets are available online at mimbresarts.org and at the MRAC office in the Wells Fargo Bank building. 575-538-2505. frontdesk@mimbresarts.org.

img 2726From left are Brianna Clark, Dale Adama and Jessi Crocker.  Brianna and Jessi share the role of Clara and Dale is the Nutcracker Prince (Courtesy photo)

The Conservatory of Dance will be presenting their 10 th annual version of the timeless ballet classic THE NUTCRACKER BALLETat the Fine Arts Center Theatre on the Western New Mexico University campus. On Friday, January 12 at 10:00 a.m. a free performance, thanks to the generous support of the Mimbres Region Arts Council will be presented for school age students, with the public performance on Saturday January 13 at 2:00 p.m.

SILVER CITY, NM – What's cooler than a Silver City winter? Arctic Vogue, the theme of this year's Black Tie Ball, presented by the Mimbres Region Arts Council. On Saturday, January 13, 2018 at 8:00 PM, Lawley Automotive, Gila Hike and Bike, Western New Mexico University and the Friends of the Black Tie Ball are pleased to host the 2018 Black Tie Ball at the Grant County Conference Center. The fund raising event will benefit Mimbres Region Arts Council's arts education programs for children and youth in Grant County.

Everyone, 21 years and older, is invited for a fabulous evening of desserts, drinks and dancing. A champagne toast, delectable delights from Bad Ass Bakery and a cash bar offered by Little Toad Brewery and Distillery will accompany everyone's favorite dance music provided by Silver City's own DJ Thaitech. White, silver or blue attire is suggested for those with Arctic tastes! But, as always, dress is formal or fabulous.

earseye ross rsEarseye B. Ross II, who co-founded Grant County's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration and is being honored at the ninth edition of the event later this month, addresses a crowd during last year’s ceremony.Silver City, NM – Longtime Brewer Hills Baptist Church pastor Earseye B. Ross II will be honored at Grant County's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration at Western New Mexico University on Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. Hakim Bellamy, who was Albuquerque's inaugural poet laureate, will perform live for attendees.

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd to hold Las Posadas celebration!las posadas celebration rs

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