What's Happenin' in Sierra County
Open Meeting for all interested in T or C Community Theatre6:00 p.m., Community Theatre Building, 311 North Foch St., Truth or ConsequencesIf you have an interest in Community Theatre, please come to our Open Meeting held the last Wednesday of each month. We welcome your comments, submissions, questions & ideas!Contact: T or C Community Theatre, Cathy Lacey, 575 894 6689,email@example.com://truthorconsequencescommunitytheatre.org/
Jeannie's Weekend Retreat6:30 PM Fri. to 3 PM Sun, La Paloma Hot Springs and Spa, 311 Marr Street, Truth or ConsequencesWeekend Retreat. Soak, Raindrop & More! Jeannie Nichols Certified CARE (Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education) Instructor offers Raindrop technique(Retreat special $90). We will make smoothies, have an organic gardening talk and a nature walk is offered. A get-acquainted Pot Luck supper Friday, May 31 @ 6:30 PM. We will view The Living Matrix. La Paloma offers round the clock soaking. Book early for best choice of rooms. Book for this event and receive discount for 2 or more nites.Cost: love offering for our organic gardening speaker.Contact: Jeannie's La Paloma Weekend Retreat, Jeannie Nichols, 575 937 1420,firstname.lastname@example.org://www.lapalomasprings.com
Jazz Duo: Josh Breakstone-Guitar + Earl Sauls-Bass7pm, LeeBelle Johnson Center, 301 South Foch St., in historic downtown Truth or Consequences, New MexicoJoshua Breakstone - Guitar: "Fire in velvet. A fitting description of Joshua Breakstone's jazz guitar," wrote Paul Weidman in The Sante Fe New Mexican. "His flowing lines on up-tempo cookers are impeccably clean and fiery, bearing the mark of a first-rate improviser, while his chordal work on heartbreaker ballads is the final word in finesse," has raved Guitar Player magazine. Japan's Jazz Hihyo (Jazz Critique) recognizes that "The style in which Joshua develops his fluid single-note solos used to be thought of as the Grant Green school, but now this man leads the school." Downbeat also has written that "There is no shortage of knock-out jazz guitarists about us these days. And Joshua Breakstone is among the best of them." . . . Earl Sauls - Acoustic bass: Earl Sauls has been a professional musician for over thirty five years and has played with some of the all-time jazz greats such as Stan Getz, Howard McGhee, Woody Herman, Pepper Adams, Chuck Wayne and many more. He is also featured on recordings by Joshua Breakstone, Peter Prisco and others. Earl currently freelances in the New York / New Jersey area.Cost: FREE! Donations Appreciated.Contact: Sierra County Arts Council, sophia peron, 5758940528, email@example.com://sierracountyart.org
Sierra County Farmers Market8:30 - 11:30 am, Ralph Edwards Park, Riverside Dr between Cedar and BirchFresh fruits & vegetables in season. Eggs, when chickens are feeling generous, baked goods, & crafts - all grown or handmade in Sierra County. EBT and WIC accepted and use by all is encouraged. Live music most Saturdays. If interested in becoming a vendor or guest musician call Colleen @ 575-894-9375 for more information.Contact: Sierra County Farmers Market, Colleen Davis, 575-894-9375,firstname.lastname@example.org://www.sierracountyfarmersmarket.org
Annual Race to the Elephant9am-2pm, Rock Canyon Marina to Elephant Butte near Damsite Marina, Elephant Butte Lake State ParkSailboat race on the lake.Cost: $5 day use permit.Contact: Lago Rico, Inc, Alan Brown, 575-744-4791, email@example.com.
CARE Bible Oils ClassRegistration 9 am, La Paloma Hot Springs "Cottage", 311 Marr St., T or C, NM,This Bible oils class is good for CE's for massage therapists and bodyworkers. It is a wonderful introduction to the historical uses for healing oils. We will experience the most commonly used oils of Bible times. Those registering and paying for the class ($40) receive full class notes in class and Certificate of Attendance from CARE Headquarters afterward. Registration: 9 am, Intro to CARE at 9:30 AM. Bible Oils class begins at 10 AM - noon.Contact: Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education (CARE), Jeannie Nichols, 575-937-1420, firstname.lastname@example.org://www.raindroptraining.com/event.php?id=610
Weekly mainstream square dance2 pm - 4:30 pm, Moose Lodge Dining Room, 202 W. Smith Street, Truth or ConsequencesWeekly mainstream square dance open to the public. Come solo or as a couple. Need not be a member of the Moose to come and dance or just watch the fun. Call ahead to be sure the venue hasn't been temporarily changed. No charge to watch. There is a $3.00 per person charge to dance. We would be pleased to have you visit.Contact: Sierra Twirlers of Truth or Consequences, Carole Wheeler, 575-313-9971,email@example.com.