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October 13, 2019 - October 19, 2019
October 13, 2019 - October 19, 2019
  • 10:30am  Widowed and Single Persons of Grant County Meeting  ::  Social Events

    Our entertainment will be guitarist Sherman Nelson. Cost for lunch is $12. All singles are welcome.   

    Location  Cross Point Assembly of God Church

    Contact  575-537-3643

  • 12:00pm  Rotary Club to Hear About Poetry at Meeting  ::  Social Events

    Local poet and yoga instructor Becky Glenn will share how poetry helped her cope with the death of her husband after almost 30 years of marriage. There is no charge to attend the meeting and presentation, but guests are asked ...   

    Location  WNMU Sunset Room, 2nd Floor Cafeteria

  • 06:30pm  Westerners International Silver City Corral #36 Meeting  ::  Social Events

    The subject will be "Code Talker: The First and Only Memoir by One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers of WWII", a presentation about Chester Nez by Judith Schiess Avila. Dinner is $12 for members, $15 for non-members. Please confirm attendance by ...   

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    Location  Cross Point Assembly of God Church

    Contact  Call Mary Soule at 575-538-2888 to confirm

  • 01:00pm  Gin Rummy  ::  Social Events

    Beginners welcome, experts challenged.   

    Location  Tranquil Buzz Coffee House

    Contact  575-534-9355

  • 07:00pm  Gila Native Plant Society Monthly Meeting  ::  Social Events

    Melanie Gisler, Director of the Southwest Office of the Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE) in Santa Fe, will give a presentation on “State-wideConservation Initiatives for New Mexico’s Native Plants.” This presentation will provide an overview these conservation initiatives, including IAE’s Gila-based work, ...   

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    Location  WNMU Harlan Hall

    Contact  www.gilanps.org/events/programs/

  • 07:00pm  Movie Night at Glenwood Community Library  ::  Social Events

    "Rocketman,” the new film about the life of Elton John, is a one-of-a-kind musical celebration set to Elton John’s most beloved songs. Discover how a shy, small-town boy becomes one of the most iconic figures in rock & roll. Free ...   

    Location  Glenwood Library

  • 08:00am - 01:00pm  Glenwood Street Market  ::  Social Events

    The Glenwood Street Market offers a variety of food – home-baked items, canned goods, fresh produce, plants, handcrafted jewelry, leather goods, outdoor decorative items and much more. It is open on Highway 180 in downtown Glenwood every Saturday from approximately ...   

    Location  Glenwood, New Mexico

  • 08:00am  Volunteer Day for Street Beautification Project  ::  Social Events

    Silver City Mayor Ken Ladner invites residents to join him and youth volunteers to complete and beautify several water catchment ponds in the median of NM 180 West, in front of Pizza Hut between Pope and Little Walnut streets. These catchment ...   

    Location  Silver City, New Mexico

    Contact  575-597-6340 or asstmgr@silvercity.gov

  • 08:30am - 12:00pm  Silver City Downtown Farmers' Market  ::  Social Events

    The Saturday Farmers' Market will be relocating to 901 N. Pope Street on the corner of College Ave. at the old LIfequest Building due to construction of Main Street Plaza, There will still be produce, food, artists, vendors, music and ...   

    Location  Temporary Farmers Market

    Contact  silvercityfarmersmarket.com

  • 09:00am  Mogollon Mountain Gun Club Fall Shoot   ::  Social Events

    Events include centerfire rifle and pistol as well as rimfire rifle and pistol. Entry fees for all events are $2. There will be roast beef sandwiches for lunch --delicious and reasonably priced. To be held at the Glenwood Range.   

    Location  Glenwood, New Mexico

    Contact  575-539-2527

  • 01:00pm - 03:00pm  Permaculture Silver City   ::  Social Events

    Plant of the Month: Yerba Mansa - Please share your knowledge, experiences, and ideas about these plants. Discussion Topic: Grand Solar Minimum - re-thinking the Climate Emergency - discussion led by Antonia.   

    Location  Silver City Visitor Center

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