Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Tues 10 Apr 2012

1st Blog update in a while... The time change has been kickin my Butt!! I try to stay pretty busy and i'm usually an early riser... but the time shift took me a while to get used to... Spring is defiantly in the air, juniper pollen and wind.
It did rain yesterday... That should help to beat back some of the allergy causing substance...

Today’s Weather
Today: Mostly sunny, with a high near 76. Light wind becoming southwest between 11 and 14 mph. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph. 
Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around 54. West southwest wind between 11 and 14 mph becoming calm. Winds could gust as high as 20 mph.

Today’s Calendar
Kiwanis Every Tuesday at noon Red Barn Steakhouse
Lunchtime Qigong Class 12:00-1pm. 300 W. Yankie at the Center for Healing Arts... http://www.abundancetherapeutics.com/
Hapkido Class The classes are Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday from 4:45 PM to 5:55 PM at The Silver City Rec Center off of Gold.for info call Hiram Lewis 388-4367
    Economic Symposium.  8:15am-1:30 pm.  WNMU Global Resource Center Auditorium.  WNMU and the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas co-host.  Speakers from the Federal Reserve on such topics as:  the Economic Recovery, Regional Economy and Energy Markets, and Mexico and the Border Region.  Includes breakfast and lunch at no cost.  538-6342.
    Mining District Historical Mine Tour.
10am-12n, beginning at Bayard City Hall. From Bayard to Santa Rita with five stops in between where the guide will give a bit of history and interesting happenings in the local underground mines at each stop. No walking required. 537-3327 to reserve a seat on the bus. $5; tour guide and brochures provided.
   SOUPer Tuesday.  11:30 am-1 pm. First United Methodist Church, 300 W College Ave.  Choice of two homemade soups, meat-based and vegetarian, with bread and beverage for $6.  To benefit Faith Community
, a senior living facility proposed for Silver City and the surrounding area.  574-2724.  Every Tuesday.
    Coop Member Forum:  Quinoa: An Introduction to the History, Culture, Politics, Nutrition, and Taste of this Valuable Grain. 12n-1 pm. SC Co-op Community Room, behind storefront.  Free. Tea and light refreshments.  388-2343.
    Congressman Pearce’s Mobile Office Hours.  12n-3 pm.  3031 Hwy 180 E.  Representative from the congressman’s office will speak to citizens.  Please bring paperwork. 575-517-7382
    Wild Western Health Fair.  1-5 pm.  WNMU Graham Gym. Community service project of of OTA students.  538 9450.
    Grant County Commission Board Work Session. 2:30 pm. Commissioners’ Meeting Room, Grant Co Admin Center, 1400 Hwy 180E.  Preceded by public hearing on colonias infrastructure funding application.
   Town of Hurley regular meeting.  5:30 pm, Hurley Town Hall, 101 Cortez Ave. 
     Town of Silver City Council Meeting. 6pm, Grant Co Admin Center, 1400 Hwy 180E. On the agenda: Proclamation of Inaugural Poet Laureate; Colonias Infrastructure applications; other matters. townofsilvercity.org;  538-3731
     SC TEA Party Patriots.  6 pm, Red Barn Steakhouse.  Election of officers on the agenda.
     Scott.  6-8 pm, Diane's Parlor.  Every Tuesday.
    PEP (Parents Encouraging Parents) Rally.  7 pm, Bayard Public Library, Central Ave.  Free interactive forum for all parents, but particularly those of elementary school age children.  Free copy of Your Home is a Learning Place by Pamela Weinberg, other books, and door prizes. Refreshments by Mi Ranchito. 388-0892

Quinoa — Also April 12. An introduction to the history, culture, politics, nutrition and taste of this valuable grain. Talk by Samaya Jones. 12-1 p.m. Free. Food Co-Op Community Room, 520 N. Bullard St, 388-2343.

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