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September 23, Sunday, 1:30-4:30
upstairs at Leyba & Ingalls, 315 N. Bullard St.
A fun afternoon to paint,socialize,and enjoy refreshment
A monthly series, everyone paints their own version of the same painting. The artist (in this case, Diana Ingalls Leyba) will lead you step by step and stroke by stroke through the process.
45.00, materials & refreshment included.
Checks should be made out to L & I ARTS
A deposit of ½ will hold your space
October 21 and 22, 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Keep expanding your drawing and color knowledge as autumn brings inspiring subjects to draw and paint. This workshop supports your personal goals whether its drawing, painting or both.
Drawing and color charts get you started before painting your autumn subjects.
Wednesdays 6-8pm October 4-25
We will be working on a large scale puppet for the parade...come be part of something bigger than yourself.
Participants should bring some of their own tools depending on what they want to make. If they want to go big, then if they already own a utility knife, and a utility stapler (not staple gun) to bring them. Monsoon Puppets do have a few utility staplers and staples and will have them there. Also, Monsoon Puppets will bring some cardboard and paper mache material. We might need to round up some newspaper, and extra cardboard. Monsoon puppets has some paint and decorating supplies.
Please preregister! Donation $5
September 30, October 7, 14, 24 2-4pm
This workshop is for kids to make small puppets and/or masks that can be used to participate in the Dia de los Muertos Parade on October 29th. The first class will be cardboard construction for those wanting large puppets, and beginning paper mache of smaller ones, like those tiny ones on sticks. Kids can finish the building of them during the next week, at home if needed. The second class, will be more finishing and painting. The final weeks will be completion work.
Please Preregister! donation $5
Upstairs at Leyba & Ingalls, 315 N. Bullard St.
Thursday, September 14 – Every 2nd Thursday of the month, 10am – 12 & 1:30-4 pm, 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 preregister!
The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Silver City is pleased to announce that construction is starting on a new area for children's religious education. The room will be set up so the youngsters can learn UU traditions in comfortable and friendly surroundings.
"On September 10, along with the regular service, we'll have an "Ice Cream Sundae". RE-gistration kick-off event as part of our Family Program. Our intent is to "formalize" our RE (Religious Education) Program by asking families to complete a short registration packet in order to gather some additional information about what families want and need from the program," said Frank Guevara, Family Programs Director. "To highlight this kick-off event, we invite all to join us in making ice-cream sundaes after the service."
Silver City, NM – Western New Mexico University is commemorating Hispanic Heritage Month with several events planned between September 15 and October 15. Most events are free to the public and center around food, culture, music, history, and current political issues.
The Silver City Public Library has made adjustments to its mobile internet hotspot lending program to increase the availability of hotspots to a larger number of community members. The changes will take effect starting September 18, 2017.
First of all, starting on September 18 community members will be able to reserve two of the library's hotspots ahead of time. The library will hold the device for the reserving person for 7 days so that they have time to pick it up. "Since we began the hotspot lending program last winter, we have received a very large number of phone calls asking about hotspot availability and whether hotspots can be reserved," explained Lillian Galloway, programming and outreach librarian. "We are glad that we can now make it easier for community members to borrow hotspots by allowing some of the devices to be reserved."
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