thereareonly 2 categories of people in this country 1) veteran 2)vereransupporter... One category is obviously better than the other,a nd ifyour not a member of category 1 you sure as hell be part ofcategory2......post this as your status if you are either a VETERAN or
a VETERAN SUPPORTER... HINT, HINT....by the end of tomorrow this better be everybodys status.......
VETERANS’ DAY COMMEMORATION. 10 am, Fort Bayard National Cemetery. Flyover and ceremony. Public invited. 534-5253.
Silver City Food Co-op Community Forum: "Gluten Sensitivity: How to Eliminate Gluten from One’s Diet and Regain Strength." 12n, Co-op Community Room on 6 St behind the storefront. Rachel Bighley shares her personal story, tips on food, books and cookbooks and other helpful information. Light refreshments. 388-2343.
Veterans Luncheon and Program. . Hosted by San Lorenzo Elem School students, who invite verans and their guests and the public. $2.50; reservations 536-9348.
Veteran’s Park Advisory Committee. 5 pm. AFSCME Union Hall, 111 W 7 St. Public invited. VETERANS DAY FEE WAIVED AT GILA CLIFF DWELLINGS ALL DAY
CURANDERISMO: A Symposium on Mexican Folk Medicine.
Rolling Stones Gem and Mineral Society. . SC Senior Center. B.J. Burch will talk about her fossils and have examples of some of her prized collection on hand. Potluck dinner, presentation, monthly meeting. In addition to food and beverage, BYO plate, utensils and cup. 5349202, , rollingstonesgms.blogspot.com
Karaoke by Nita. .. Q’s Bistro, College Ave & Pope Sts.
Wally and Brandie. 7-9 pm. Diane’s Parlor, Bullard St.
Brandon Perrault. Buckhorn Saloon, Pinos Altos, 5389911
, WNMU Miller Library Grand Foyer. Heralding the production of Bless Me, Ultima ( ). Speakers Dr. Gilberto Arizaga on “Mexican Folk Healing;” Virginia Nanez, LMT on “Our New Understanding of Curanderismo;” WNMU Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Felipe Ortego on “Curanderismo in the World of Bless Me, Ultima.”