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November  2014

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  • 6
    Nov
12:00 pm
New Mexican Colcha Stitch Embroidery: from India to Iberia and to New Mexico
6 November

Monique Durham will present, "New Mexican Colcha Stitch Embroidery: from India to Iberia and to New Mexico", at the Silver City Museum Annex on Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 12 noon to 1 pm. The presentation is part of the museum's ongoing series of free Brown Bag lunchtime presentations. The Museum Annex is located at 302 West Broadway, on the northwest corner of Broadway and Arizona.
Location: Silver City Museum Annex, 302 W. Broadway in Silver City.
Phone: (575) 538-5921

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  • 6
    Nov
5:00 pm
Shamanic Astrology Talk
6 November

Get the latest astrological forecast and a much deeper understanding of how astrology really works during monthly talks at the Silver City Public Library. We'll explore the link between astronomy and astrology as we discuss the astrological highlights of the coming month and how they apply to you. Pre-registration for the library events is recommended, as space is limited.
Location: Silver City Public Library
Phone: 928-451-1489

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  • 6
    Nov
6:30 pm
Artist Lecture Series with Ceramacist Romaine Begay
6 November

The Mimbres Region Arts Council, in partnership with Western Institute for Lifelong Learning (WILL) and WNMU, is pleased to feature potter Romaine Begay in the second lecture of the 2014-2015 Artist Lecture Series on Thursday, November 6, 2014, 6:30 pm at WNMU's Parotti Hall.
Location: WNMU Parotti Hall
Phone: 575-538-2505

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  • 9
    Nov
2:00 pm
Ready on the Set, Action! Meet Dustinn Craig, Film Maker
9 November

Dustinn Craig, independent filmmaker, will be discussing and screening examples of his work at 2 p.m. on November 9, 2014, at the WNMU Global Research Center, Rooms A, B and C. This special public program is presented by the Silver City Museum Society in conjunction with the Silver City Museum Society's Annual Meeting.
Location: WNMU Global Research Center, Rooms A, B and C
Phone: (575) 538-5921

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  • 11
    Nov
12:00 pm
New Native Food Crops for New Mexico
11 November

The Silver City Food Co-op's November Community Forum is a discussion on "New Native Food Crops for New Mexico" presented by Dr. Richard Felger. This forum will be presented twice, Tuesday November, 11th and Thursday, November 13th from Noon to 1pm in the Blue Building at 614 N. Bullard Street. All Community Forums are FREE & OPEN to everyone. For more information, call the Co-op at 388-2343.
Location: 614 N. Bullard St. (Old Yada Yada Yarn building)
Phone: 575-388-2343

  • 13
    Nov
12:00 pm
History and Tradition in the Gila Region
13 November

Madeleine Carey will present, "History and Tradition in the Gila Region", at the Silver City Museum Annex on Thursday, November 13, 2014, at 12 noon to 1 pm. The presentation is part of the museum's ongoing programming for the Gila Wild exhibit. The Museum Annex is located at 302 West Broadway, on the northwest corner of Broadway and Arizona.
Location: Silver City Museum Annex, 302 W. Broadway in Silver City.
Phone: (575) 538-5921

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  • 13
    Nov
12:00 pm
New Native Food Crops for New Mexico
13 November

The Silver City Food Co-op's November Community Forum is a discussion on "New Native Food Crops for New Mexico" presented by Dr. Richard Felger. This forum will be presented twice, Tuesday November, 11th and Thursday, November 13th from Noon to 1pm in the Blue Building at 614 N. Bullard Street. All Community Forums are FREE & OPEN to everyone. For more information, call the Co-op at 388-2343.
Location: 614 N. Bullard St. (Old Yada Yada Yarn building)
Phone: 575-388-2343

  • 14
    Nov
4:00 pm
Free Shamanic Astrology Mini-Readings
14 November

Experience your Life Purpose. Express your Authentic Self. Embody your Personal Truth. Bring your birth data (date, time, and city) and get a free 15-minute introduction to Shamanic Astrology and your own natal chart!
Location: Yankie Creek Coffee House
Phone: 928-451-1489

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  • 15
    Nov
1:00 pm
Make a Lamp with Handmade Paper
15 November

In collaboration with the Southwest Women's Fiber Arts Collective, this adult class taught by fiber artist Veronique De Jaegher, will teach you how to make a lamp with handmade paper. Saturday, November 15, 2014, from 1 pm to 3 pm at The Common Thread. The Common Thread is located at 107 W. Broadway.
Location: The Common Thread
Phone: (575) 538-5921

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  • 15
    Nov
7:30 pm
Indie/Folk Series Presents Grace and Tony
15 November

She played bluegrass. He played punk. When Grace and Tony White met, they fell in love and the music just followed after. "We play whatever pops into our heads; from classic rock to southern gospel, we scratch every itch."
Location: Pinos Altos Opera House
Phone: 575-538-2505

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  • 22
    Nov
1:00 pm
Learn How to Grind Corn at the Silver City Museum
22 November

Learn how territorial New Mexicans ground their corn on Saturday, November 22, 2014, from 1 pm to 2 pm at the Silver City Museum. The Silver City Museum is located at 312 W. Broadway. Try your hand at grinding corn the old-fashioned way. This is a fun family activity to see not only how corn was ground, but also wheat, and a variety of grains before store bought flours were common. Your work will be rewarded with a taste of a tamal.
Location: Silver City Museum

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  • 25
    Nov
6:00 pm
Festival of Trees Buying Preview
25 November

The Silver City Food Co-op is proud to host this year's Festival of Trees, a fun, family-friendly holiday event facilitated by the Guadalupe Montessori School. The festival runs for one week and will feature live trees, handmade crafts and baked goodies for sale. Live Colorado Spruce, Austrian Pine, and Ponderosa Pine for sale: reserve yours today!
Location: 614 N. Bullard St. (Old Yada Yada Yarn building)
Phone: 575-388-3343

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  • 28
    Nov
Festival of Trees
28 November - 7 December


The Silver City Food Co-op is proud to host this year's Festival of Trees, a fun, family-friendly holiday event facilitated by the Guadalupe Montessori School. The festival runs for one week and will feature live trees, handmade crafts and baked goodies for sale. Live Colorado Spruce, Austrian Pine, and Ponderosa Pine for sale: reserve yours today! Local organizations, individuals and families decorate many of the trees, which will be delivered to buyers on Monday, December 8th. Undecorated live trees, toys, handmade decorations, rosemary trees, poinsettias, and more will also be available for purchase.
Location: 614 N. Bullard St. (Old Yada Yada Yarn building)
Phone: 575-388-3343

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  • 29
    Nov
Fourth Annual Tamal Fiesta y Mas
29 November

Get in the holiday mood with traditional Christmas treats and Borderland favorites: tamales, capirotada, bizcochos, Mexican hot chocolate, and even red-chile kettle corn . . . and much more! Silver City hosts the Fourth Annual New Mexico Tamal Fiesta y Mas (formerly known as the New Mexico Tamale Festival), in the heart of Historic Downtown. Stroll along our decorated streets, visit traditional crafts vendors and our eclectic shops and galleries, and enjoy some of the best holiday food in the Americas: Eat tamales right on the spot at the festival, or order a dozen to take home!
Location: Historic Downtown
Phone: 575-538-4332

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