May  2015

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  • 6
    May
Diabetes education classes
6 May - 3 June


May 6th - June 3rd, Wednesday, 10:30 to 11:30 am. What is Diabetes and how is it managed? Meal Planning and Nutrition. Stress Management and Exercise. Medications. Avoiding Complications.
Location: Silver City HMS Conference Room 1

  • 23
    May
High Fashion from the Wheaton-Smith Collection
23 May

The Silver City Museum celebrates the opening of a new exhibit, "Open Drawers, Fashion Plates, and Late Night Dates: High Fashion from the Wheaton-Smith Collection" on Saturday, May 23rd at the Silver City Museum, 312 W Broadway in downtown Silver City. In conjunction with the exhibit opening, the museum will host a reception with tea and light refreshments from 1-3 pm. A member of the Wheaton-Smith family will also be in attendance. For children, tin can camera photos will be offered from 1 pm to 3 pm: children, come dress up in Victorian finery and take home a photo made the old-fashioned way! These activities are free and open to the public.
Location: Silver City Museum, 312 W. Broadway

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  • 24
    May
20th Annual Silver City Blues Festival
24 May - 24 May


Every Memorial Day weekend, the Mimbres Region Arts Council presents the Southwest's premiere free blues festival. Starting on Friday and wrapping up Sunday afternoon, the Festival features not only the brightest rising stars of the Blues but classic respected performers that have toured the world. Presented in Silver City's Gough Park with additional activities and events throughout Silver City, this is a true Blues Lovers Experience.
Location: Gough Park
Phone: 575-538-2505

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  • 25
    May
Fort Bayard National Cemetery Memorial Day Ceremony
25 May

Presented by the American Legion NM Allingham-Golding Post 18, the Memorial Day ceremony will begin at 9:45 a.m. The keynote speaker will be Andrew Welck, Director of the Albuquerque VA Medical Center. The Hi-Lo Silvers will perform A Salute to the Military. Concert Band of the Southwest will play several times during the ceremony. The public is invited to attend. The presentation of wreaths will be made by the local Knights of Columbus.
  • 28
    May
4:00 pm
WildWorks
28 May

Hangout for exploring, experimenting, creating, gaming, and more. Including, but not limited to, Lego Mindstorms, chess, electronics, 3D drawing, crafting, game programming... Ages 10+. Thursday, May 28, 4:00-6:00pm. Silver City Public Library, 515 W. College Avenue, Silver City. Free. No registration necessary.
Location: Silver City Public Library, 515 W. College Avenue

  • 30
    May
9:00 am
Food Co-op Cooperative Flea Market
30 May

Find a Treasure at the Silver City Food Co-op's monthly Cooperative Flea Market, Saturday, May 30, 2015, 9 am to 1 pm at 614 N. Bullard Street. If you are looking to sell some treasures or find a new one, come to the Flea Market on Saturday, May 30, 9 am to 1 pm at 614 N. Bullard St. Held monthly for shoppers, as well as those wishing to sell personal belongings, this event is a great opportunity for all community members who live close by and in outlying areas. No need to promote your own sale. The Co-op will do all that! Think "indoor yard sale".
Location: Silver City Food Co-op satellite building, 614 N. Bullard St.

  • 30
    May
9:30 am
Tour of Fort Bayard National Historic Landmark
30 May

Ft. Bayard Museum, west side of the Parade Ground at Ft. Bayard, Santa Clara. The Fort Bayard Historic Preservation Society will host a walking tour of Fort Bayard National Historic Landmark on Saturday, May 23 and 30. For more information call 575-388-9123 or 575-574-8799.
  • 30
    May
10:00 am
Walt Nichols Memorial Team Roping
30 May

Warm-up Roping enter at 10 am and rope at 11 am: $100/man pick 1 draw 2. #12 - 4 steer progressive. $150/man pick 1 draw 3. Buy 2 extra partners after the draw for $25 a man. Handicap: #11 team: -1 sec. #10 team: -2 sec. #9 & under team: -3 sec. Five teams will run each evening in the Wild Wild West ProRodeo for the SHORT GO of the Walt Nichols Memorial Team Roping. Buckles to high money header and heeler. Buckles donated by Rex and Linda Nichols
Location: Southwest Horseman's Arena
Phone: 575-388-1778

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