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Activities for kids this summer:Guadalupe Montessori School Summer Day Camp, 4 2-week sessions, June 8-July 31, 388-3343, www.guadalupemontessori.comMis Amigos Pet Care Center Kid's Camp, for kids and their dogs, June 15-19, 388-4101; Vacation Bible Schools at First United Methodist Church, June 23-26, 538-2371; First Presbyterian Church, July 6-10, 538-3513; First Baptist Church, July 13-17, 388-1582; St Francis Newman Center, dates TBA, 538-3662. And don't forget Silver City's great Olympic-size Municipal Pool!
Friday, May 29 Baccalaureate Mass. 11am, Santa Clara Church. For all grads of high school, college and university. "Cowboys and Indians Tour and Dinner Show." 1-9 pm.Tour from SC Visitor Center up to Pinos Altos, then on to the Cliff Dwellings, with scenic and historic stops along the way. Back to PA for a cowboy dinner, poetry, and song performance by "New Mexico's Most Enchanting Cowboy", Mike Moutoux.$60 per person, reservations required: 313-4383 PERMACULTURE WORKSHOP. 5-8 pm, WNMU Global Resource Center. Taught by Scott Pittman, permaculture is an approach to designing human settlements and perennial agricultural systems that mimic the relationships found in the natural ecologies. Followed by hands-on sessions at the Bayard Community Garden Saturday May 30th. 9am-12n, 3-6 pm. Free and open to the public but RSVP required. Sponsored by Grant Co Community Health Council and The Volunteer Center. email@example.com 388-2988 Volunteer Appreciation Picnic. 5:30-8:30 pm, Silva Creek Botanical Center. Hot dogs and veggie friendly fare served. Bring lawn chair. RSVP: 388-8265; Carrie@gcecnm.org "Meet, Greet and Eat." 5:30-7pm, Episcopal Church, 7 & Texas Sts (enter through rear from parking lot). Free dinner. Healing service at 7 pm. 388-1702. Bob Einwick. 6 pm. Silver City Brewing Co, College & Pope Sts. COMPAS Street Dance. 7 pm, Morning Star parking lot. World music; all ages; free. ‘Beauty and the Beast.' 7 pm. WNMU Fine Arts Center Theatre. Broadway Rhythms featuring tap, jazz, modern dance and hip-hop students. Sponsored by Conservatory of Dance. $5, under 11 and seniors $3. .538-5865, ConvsDance@aol.com Cobre HS Graduation. 7 pm, football field. Speaker: Brian Miller. Wild Wild West Pro Rodeo. 8 pm. Gates open at 6. Southwest Horseman's Park, US 180E. Open Mic. 7:30 pm, JavaLina's, Bullard and Broadway. DJ Milligram. 9 pm, Buffalo Dance Hall. $3 cover. Country Music with Hell 2 Pay. 9 pm, Drifter. Pedal steel, country dance music.
Saturday, May 30 Gila Valley Library Annual Book and Yard Sale. 9:30 am-1:30 pm. "Downtown" Gila - 400 Hwy 211 Something for everyone. 535-4120. Silver City Farmers' Market, 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. Main Street Plaza, 7th St. and Main, next to the Big Ditch Park and San Vicente Creek. Fresh produce from local growers. Every Saturday Tyrone Mercantile. 10 am-4 pm. Town Plaza, Hwy 90. Buy-Sell-Trade-Barter & Vendors Wanted. 534-3911 Department of Peace meeting. 12n, Alotta Gelato, Bullard St. firstname.lastname@example.org Joint Pain Seminar. 1-2:30 pm, WNMU Besse Forward Global Resource Center, 12 & Kentucky Sts. Local surgeons Robinson and Carreon answer questions and present Hall of Fame Catcher Johnny Bench, who will appear live. Light refreshments. Space limited. Register at 888-stryker; www.stryker.com/seminars Eric Hisaw (from Austin). 6 pm. Silver City Brewing Co, College & Pope Sts. Wally Lawder & the Flying Coyotes. 8 pm. Isaac's, Bullard and Broadway. No cover. Wild Wild West Pro Rodeo: SW Horseman's Park, Hwy 180E; doors open at 6; Final Rodeo Performance, 8 pm. Melodrama Theatre: " The Legend of Billy the Kid OR It's Just a Little Gun Play." 8 pm. Red Barn Steakhouse. The original, fast-paced Western spoof. Every Saturday through October. 388-3848
Sunday, May 31 The Sunday Morning Cup. 9:30-11:30 am, Yankie Creek Coffee House, Yankie & Texas Sts. Music, coffee, etc. Tyrone Mercantile. 10 am-4 pm. Town Plaza, Hwy 90. Buy-Sell-Trade-Barter & Vendors Wanted. 534-3911 "Language, Thought, and Tolerance." 10 am, Unitarian Fellowship, 3845 N Swan St. Presentation bySpecial Ed teacher Christine Einkauf; who covers ‘well-known, but controversial, theories of linguistics, current research and personal observations gathered over a lifetime, and the role of linguistic tendencies in discrimination.' Light refreshments after service. 538-0101. 4th ANNUAL TOUR OF GARDENS. 1-4 pm, Silver City. Sponsored by Evergreen Garden Club. Five unique Silver City gardens. Tickets $5 available at Dunn's Nursery and Peters Insurance Agency, or Saturdays at Farmers' Market. 388-9557 Mathew Moran. 4-7pm, Javalina Coffee House, Bullard & Broadway. Live music. "WHEELHOUSE." 7:30 pm. Wherehouse, corner of Texas & San Vicente Sts. Live, original theater by Virus Theater. Limited seating. $10 adults, $5 students. Through June 6. 313-6707, virustheater.com
Monday, June 1 Town of Hurley Regular Meeting. 5 pm, Hurley Town Hall, 101 Cortez Ave. Salsa Dance Lessons. 7 pm, Conservatory of Dance, Alabama St. $5/lesson, no partner needed. Instructor: Gail Willow. Every Monday. 388-3332.
Tuesday, June 2 Gila Senior Center Breakfast. 8 am. Every Tuesday in June. Multiple Sclerosis Support Group. 11:30 am. Café un Mundo. For people with the condition and those who help someone with MS. 534-0609; email@example.com Silver City Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. 7 pm, Grant County Admin Center, 1400 Hwy 180E. On the agenda: Request for variance of setback at 1507 W Combs Circle, applicants Duane and Joan Vroman; Request for variance re setbackat 1110 N Hudson St; applicants First NM Bank; Request for map amendment/zone change from Comm to Res B at 1421 N Corbin St; applicants: Jeff & Debbie Reese. 534-6348.
Wednesday, June 3 ALBERTSON'S - FIRST WEDNESDAY SENIORS 55+ get 10% off - ALL DAY Scientific Forum on Water. 8am-5pm, WNMU Global Resource Center, 12 & Kentucky Sts. Re Arizona Water Settlement Act, to identify, discuss, and recommend ways of determining the potential effects of flow modification on resources of the Gila River. Panellists include William Fagan, Univ of Maryland; ecology; Keith Gido, Kansas State U, aquatic ecology; robert Glass, Sandia Natl Lab, hydrology; Paul Marsh, aquatic ecology; Waite Osterkamp, USGS, tgeomprphology; Ron Ryel, Utah State U, biostatistics. Sponsored by NM Game and Fish Dept. Public invited; info: awsaplanning.com. To receive info packet and RSVP: 702/914-8066; Trivia Night. 7:30 p.m. Isaac's, Bullard and Broadway.
Thursday, June 4 Gila Water Settlement Act Implementation and Technical Committees. 8:30 am, Grant Co. Admin Center, Commissioners' Meeting Room. Recycling Advisory Committee Mtg. 4 pm, Southwest Solid Waste Authority, 318 Ridge Rd. On the agenda: FY10 Recycling contract; update on recycling volumes; Blues Fest recycling; upcoming recycling projects. 534-4389, "WHEELHOUSE." 7:30 pm. Wherehouse, corner of Texas & San Vicente Sts. Live, original theater by Virus Theater. Limited seating. $10 adults, $5 students. Through June 6. 313-6707, www.virustheater.com
Friday, June 5 Summertime Slow Flow Yoga. 9:30-10:30am, Dristi Studios. Iyengar-influenced class that addresses specific ailments; focus on breath, flexibility, balance, and strength for all ages. With Certified Instructor Angela Schofield. $10/drop-in; $65/10 Punch Pass. Every Friday, June 5th - Aug 28. www.BreatheSilverCity.com Spiritual Cinema: "Snow Walker." 6:30 pm, 1302 Bennett St. sponsored by SW Swedenborgians. 590-2979 "WHEELHOUSE." 7:30 pm. Wherehouse, corner of Texas & San Vicente Sts. Live, original theater by Virus Theater. Limited seating. $10 adults, $5 students. Through June 6. 313-6707, virustheater.comSaturday, June 6 First Saturday Garage Sale. 8am, Church of the Good Shepherd garage, Texas St between 6 & 7 Sts. Breakfast at Silver City Senior Center. 8-10am. 205 W Victoria St. Silver City Farmers' Market. Every Saturday, 8:30 am.-12 n, Main Street Plaza, 7 St & Main, next to the Big Ditch Park. Fresh produce from local growers. Mindfulness Meditation Retreat. 9 am - 5 pm. St. Mary's Marian Hall, on Alabama Street. Two days. 388-4894 or email gentledl @ gmail.com Food Pantry. 10am-12n. Wherehouse, San Vicente & Texas Sts. Every first Sat. Tyrone Mercantile. 10 am-4 pm. Town Plaza, Hwy 90. Buy-Sell-Trade-Barter & Vendors Wanted. 534-3911 Beginning Embroidery. 10 am, Aunt Judy's Attic, 1950 Hwy 180E. 388-1620 Weight Management Plan Course. 10-11:30 am Start-Up Class; 11:30-Noon, Sleep. Curves for Women, Memory Lane. Free; members and non-members welcome. Coffee and Conversation. 10:30 am, Javalina Coffee house, 201 N Bullard. Sponsored by New Church of SW Desert. 519-2579; www.southwestswedenborgians.com Soup n' Salad Tasting at Mimbres Senior Center. 11am-2pm. Musical entertainment. Donation. "WHEELHOUSE." 7:30 pm. Wherehouse, corner of Texas & San Vicente Sts. Live, original theater by Virus Theater. Limited seating. $10 adults, $5 students. Through June 6. 313-6707, virustheater.com Melodrama Theatre: " The Legend of Billy the Kid OR It's Just a Little Gun Play." 8 pm. Red Barn Steakhouse. The original, fast-paced Western spoof. Every Saturday through October. 388-3848 Rhythm Mystic. 8 pm. Isaac's, Bullard & Broadway. No cover. Metal Bands. 9 pm, Drifter. $5 cover. Doors open at 8.
Sunday, June 7 The Sunday Morning Cup. 9:30-11:30 am, Yankie Creek Coffee House, Yankie & Texas Sts. Music, coffee, etc. Tyrone Mercantile. 10 am-4 pm. Town Plaza, Hwy 90. Buy-Sell-Trade-Barter & Vendors Wanted. 534-3911 24 CLUB ANNUAL BUILDER'S HOME TOUR. Noon - 4pm. A variety of local homes, plus refreshments at Seedboat Gallery from 1-4pm. Tickets $15; 388-9506; 590-4282.
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