Friday, December 3, 2010

Friday 3 December 2010

Wally and Brandie Perform TONIGHT at Gallery 400!!
Stop by the gallery tonight and say HI! Wally and Brandie will be there, music starts at 6:00 going to about 7:30. Supposed to be great weather this weekend!!!Todays weather...Partly Cloudy. High 63F Low 32F. Winds W at 6 mph. Downtown First Friday TONIGHT!!... Richard

  Friday, December 3 DOWNTOWN ‘FIRST FRIDAY’
    Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Coverage Information/Enrolment Event. 
9 am-3 pm, HMS Family Support, 2715 Hwy 35, Mimbres (536-3099).  A NM State Health Insurance Asstnce Benefits Counselor will provide impartial help on all aspects of Medicare Prescription Drug program.  Bring Medicare card and lists of all meds taken.  1-800-432-2080
   Bar-B-Que Festival and Bake Sale.  11am-6pm, Brewer Hill Baptist Church, corner of 6 & Corbin Sts. $6.50 for a choice of bbq and sides, plus a slice of fresh-baked pie.  534-0048.  (Every first Friday).
    GRMC Health Talk: 
“What’s the Difference Between an M.D. (Medical Doctor) and D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine)?”1 pm, Gila Regional Medical Center Conference Room.  Presented by Forrest Henry, D.O.  Followed by  Question & Answer Session.  Free and open to the public.  Light refreshments.  538-4870.
    Original Adaptation of ‘A Christmas Carol.’  12:15 pm, 1:15 pm, 2:15 PM, Silver HS Little Theatre.  A presentation by a diverse group of students; wirtten and directed by senior drama student Hanna Peterson. 

Get a Downtown Holiday Passport at the Silco Theater and participationg downtown stores.  Complete the passport for a free T-shirt and a chance to win a $100 MainStreet gift certificate.  534-1700;
- “Art From Steel.” 
2-6 pm, Copper Quail Gallery, Texas & Yankie Sts.  Art by Mark Bowen.
    - Fourth Annual Jewelry Extravaganza Opening Reception.  4-7 pm, Seedboat Center for the Arts, 214 W Yankie
- Automative Flea Market.  Deuces Wild, Market St
- Kelan Severe, Alto Flute.  4-6 pm, Yankie St Coffee House. 
- Video Booth at Yada Yada Yarn - 5-7 pm.  Tell Santa what you want for our community.  Videos will be edited and projected on walls around town.  Sponsored by in site productions
- Music Performance by Wally Lawder and Brandie Thornburg.  Gallery 400 enter in the back via Market St courtyard. 
- THE DHAMMA BROTHERS.  7 pm, Silco Theater, 311 N Bullard.  The influence of an ancient meditation program at a maximum security prison in Alabama. ‘A wonderful, powerful, and unsentimental film about incarcerated men
getting below the surface of things. (Richard Gere)’ Sponsored by International Film Society. 
Adults $6; WNMU students and staff free w/ current ID. 

    Scott and Ed.  6-8 pm, Diane’s Parlor. 
    WNMU Mustangs Women's Basketball vs Regis University.  6 pm
    SUSAN BERRY'S RETIREMENT BASH.  6:30 pm.  Grant County Business & Conference Center.  To honor longtime Silver City Museum Director Susan Berry. Hearty hors d'oeuvres, complimentary wine, entertainment and a Silent Auction. $50/advance; $65 at door. 5385921
     JOY!  6:30 pm. WNMU Fine Arts Theater.  A Silver City holiday tradition, featuring the Desert Larks, Silver Stompers, Hi Lo Silvers, WNMU Concert Choir, audience sing-a-longs, Columbus Choraliers (40 children from Palomas/Columbus), Conservatory of Dance selections from the "Nutcracker Suite", 1st Baptist Church Bell Choir, "A Cowboy Christmas" with Bob Barsch and Terry Ploeckelman, Vocalist Renetta Hogan and a   Pictures with Santa in the lobby after the show. Admission by donation of canned or non-perishable food for the Grant County Community Food Pantry.  Doors open 5:30. 
    Johnny Mahaffey.  7 pm.  Q’s Bistro, 101 W College Ave.  Rhythm & Blues.  Fridays.
    ‘Animal Toxins and the Evolution of Resistance.’  7 pm, WNMU Harlan Hall.  Presentation by WNMU Asste Prof Dr Manda Clair Jost on the fascinating diversity of animal toxins, how they are used, and how certain animals have evolved resistance to their own toxins or those of their prey. Regular meeting of the  SW NM Audubon Society.  Public welcome.
    WNMU Mustangs Men’s Basketball vs Regis University.  8 pm
    Steve Reynolds. Buckhorn Saloon, Pinos Altos.

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