Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Today in Silver City........

Courtesy of Anne McCormick.... 
Wednesday, September 29
    Gila Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees regular meeting.
8 am, GRMC Board Room. Public invited. Agenda: 538-4090.
    DESERT EXPOSURE: THE INSIDE STORY.”  12n, WNMU Global Resource Center, ABC Room.   David A. Fryxell, editor and publisher of monthly publication Desert Exposure, takes you behind the scenes of "the biggest little paper in the Southwest," exploring everything from the ins and outs of assembling and publishing a successful monthly publication to where all those "Desert Diary" jokes come from..  Part of WILL Lunch and Learn Series.  Free and open to the public.  Bring a brown bag lunch if you wish. 
    Find Hidden Job Leads Online & at the Library.  1-2 pm, SC Public Library. Career Webinar Series Fall 2010 featuring Barbara Safani, a career expert, author and owner of Career Solvers. Learn about the wealth of free and lowcost information available to job seekers that can be used to improve the efficiency of a search and potentially secure a new job faster. Sponsored by Literacy Link/Leamos and the Library.  5383672.
    COMMUNITY FORUM: NATIONAL HEALTH CARE REFORM AND ITS BENEFITS FOR NEW MEXICANS. 5:30-7:30 pm, WNMU Global Resource Center.  Hear more about the recent legislation and get your questions answered. Hosted by Health Action New Mexico with local sponsor Hidalgo Medical Services.
    After Hours Play Date @ The Public Library.  6 pm, Silver City Public Library, 515 W College.  By simply playing games, parents can help build their child’s vocabulary and reading skills.  Door prizes, books, healthy snacks, games and Parent Talks are a part of this special event. Story Dancer Terry Alveraz entertains while enhancing vocabularies.  538-3672. 
    Guest Lecture Series: Bruce Ashburn, Small Business Development Center Acting Director.  6 pm, WNMU Miller Library Open Area. 
    JOHN DAVIDSON CONCERT:  Grant County Community Concert Association 201011 Season Opener. 7:30 pm. WNMU Fine Arts Center Theatre.  An established star who has made his name in Hollywood, Las Vegas, Broadway and on TV. He and his banjo will appear in a dynamic one-man show. $20 per concert, $45 season tickets.  5385862
    Grant County Fair. Junior Rodeo Buster. 6:30 pm, Cliff Fairgrounds. 388-4223
    Trivia Night. 7:30. Isaac’s.
    Andrew Dahl-Bredine.  Buckhorn Saloon, Pinos Altos.  Saloon spaghetti and music showcase.  5389911
    TROY OLSEN “Get Right Tonight” Tour.  Drifter Lounge.  Perform his hit single “Summer Thing.”

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