Saturday, October 9, 2010

Today in Silver City...

Another beautiful fall day. Hi 74 and lo 41 sunny clear and still. Weekend at the galleries, come on by. Great  event last night at the Seedboat Center for the arts. Richard

Saturday, October 9   WEEKEND AT THE GALLERIES
    Rummage Sale.
  8am-2pm. Messiah Lutheran Church, 25th & Swan Sts.  Computers, chain saw, craft supplies, fish tank, furniture, humidifier, jewelry, clothing, lots of misc
    Saturday Pancake Breakfast.  8 -11 am, Lions Clubhouse, 8 St & Big Ditch, just N of Farmers’ Market. 
    Silver City Farmers' Market. 8:30 am-12 pm. Main Street Plaza, 7th St and Main, next to Big Ditch Park and San Vicente Creek.  Music 9-11:30: Scott and Pat.
    Bayard Farmers Market Fund Raiser. 
8:30 am-12:30 pm.  A.I.R Coffee, 208 Central Ave.  Live music including Mountain Aire folk music,  rummage sale, crafts, etc.  Nice raffle items.
    Discount Rummage Sale.  9 am-Noon. Unitarian Church, 3845 N Swan St.  Lovely fall/winter clothing and other furniture/misc. items,all at 1/2 price.
    Dog and Cat Shot Clinic. 9 am-12n. High Desert Humane Society, 3050 S. Cougar Way. Bring proof of previous vaccinations. 538-9261.
    Friends of the Library Book Sale. 9am, members only; 10 am-3 pm, general public. 1510 Market St.  Sponsored by Friends of the Library.
    Walking Tour of Ft. Bayard National Historic Landmark. 9:30 am. Begins at Fort Bayard Theater located near the NE corner of the hospital.  Sponsored by Fort Bayard Historical Preservation Society. 956-3294 or 307-640-3012.
    “WEEKEND AT THE GALLERIES” Gallery Art Walks. 10am-8pm,. New and wonderful things in all participating galleries.; 538-2505
    La Cooperativa de la Frontera Sale and Exhibit.  10am-4 pm, Wellness Coalition, 409 N Bullard St.  Both sides of the Mexico/U S group of people bringing new skills to women and helping them earn a living for their families. Handmade wallhangings, weavings, purses, table covers, clothes, jewelry, rag rugs and rag baskets.
    Pocket Shrine.  10am-2pm, A Bead or Two, 703 N Bullard St. $35, includes box and some materials.  Instructor: Karen Rossman.  388-8973.
   Juried Collage Show. 10-5pm, aSpace Art Gallery and Studio, 7th and Texas Sts.  Artists clearing the way with ‘Sound and Light.’ 
    “Repurposed Panache.”  11am-3pm, Blue Dome Gallery at Bear Mountain Lodge.  “Why I did what I do” with artist Cece Stanford.  Meet the artist.; 534-8671.  Also Oct 10.
    Fiddling Friends.  12:15-1pm, Yada Yada Yarn, Bullard St & 7 Sts. 
    Misty Mountain Hop.  1 pm.  Music! Food! Fun! Music by  Raised by Wolves, Bud & Jeane Canfield, Buffalo Grass, Seth Baker, Tim McAndres, Tommy Jenkins, and maybe others.  Benefit for Sapillo Volunteer Fire Dept.  5755389929
    'Crossing the Water 'a Choreo-poem.  2 pm, aSpace Art Gallery and Studio, 7 & Texas Sts. An original work by Adam King with a local cast. 
    One of a Kind & Custom Design Trunk Show & Sale.  2-4 pm. Material Good, 108 N Texas. Featuring new work by Elli Sorensen. Great selection of eco-friendly hand printed linens--dishtowels, table linens, aprons, pillows, more! Custom orders welcome. 534-4511,
    “This and That from the Southwest” Art Opening.  2-8 pm, Copper Quail Gallery, Yankie & Texas Sts.  Paintings and drawings by Rebecca A. Kerr.  Also Oct 10.
    “Artists’s Journey” of Lois Duffy.  Lois Duffy Art, 211C N Texas St.  The artist shows her art installation based on 14 yrs painting in Silver City.  Music, food, conversation.  313-9631;
    EVENING AT THE GALLERIES.  4-8 pm.  A gala event with elegant opening receptions at all participating galleries.  Strolling w/ a ‘Dance Card,’ enjoy ‘Sights and Sounds from Silver City.’  Free.; 538-2505
    Spring into Fall at Wrangler's Bar & Grill.  6 pm,  Another party on the patio, with all you can eat BBQ spareribs, baked beans and coleslaw for $10, with beer and margarita specials.  Music by Brandon Perrault and Rhythm Mystic.
    Volleyball: Western State College at WNMU, 7 pm. 
    Mystical Dance Evening/Dances of Universal Peace. 7 pm. 1st Church of Harmony, 7 & Arizona St. $5-10 suggested donation. Circle dances that celebrate the unity of all spiritual traditions. Chanting, live music. No experience or partners needed. 534-1441
   Dane Dexter.  Diane’s Parlor.  Nostalgic piano. 
   Eric Hisaw.  Buckhorn Saloon, Pinos Altos.   5389911
   Yo Paulie.  8 pm, Isaac’s.   No cover.

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