What's Happening in Sierra County this Week
Second Saturday Art Hop - November6-9pm, Downtown Truth or ConsequencesGalleries, studios, shops and restaurants are open late on the 2nd Saturday of every month. Check the MainStreet Truth or Consequences website for info on opening exhibits and special events.Cost: free.Contact: MainStreet Truth or Consequences, firstname.lastname@example.org://www.torcmainstreet.org/events/monthly-events/art-hop
T or C Trash Bash11am-8pm, Downtown Truth or Consequences, various locationsTBA's first annual Trash Bash celebrates fun and fanciful ways to reduce, reuse and recycle to minimize our trash. Highlights include a silent auction for locally made "recycled art", hands-on workshops to create treasures out of trash and an inspirational fashion show featuring repurposed items. "Bag It", an award-winning film that examines the impact of plastic bags, will be shown. A presentation & guided discussion will explore simple steps for protecting our environment.Cost: $5 donation.Contact: The Bountiful Alliance, Joey Perry, 575-894-9421, email@example.com.
10th Annual Run for the Wall9am-4:30pm, Veterans Memorial Park, 996 S. Broadway, Truth or ConsequencesCome support the Truth or Consequences Veterans' Memorial Park & Museum during this fun and festive event, which includes vendors, games, a car show, food, music, the tug-of-war Tug-off, a Bike Run and Rodeo - a guaranteed good time! Tug-a-war is at 3pm.Cost: free.Contact: Veterans Memorial Park, Bobby Allen, 575-740-7111.http://www.torcveteransmemorial.com/
16th Annual Veterans' Day Car Show9am-3pm, New Mexico State Veterans Home, 992 South Broadway, Truth or ConsequencesTrophy Plaques and Dash Plaques will be awarded for People's Choice and Judge's Picks. Judging starts @ 11:30 / door prizes begin @ 1:00 PM / awards start @ 2:00 PM. Vehicle Entry Fee: $30. Concession Stand on Site. Swap Meet Area Available! (10' x 10' space $25.00) Free for spectators - hosted by New Mexico State Veterans Home.Contact: New Mexico State Veterans' home, Sam Shannon, 575-894-4222, firstname.lastname@example.org://www.nmstateveteranshome.org
11/10/2012 - 11/11/2012
Commodore's Cup10am-5pm, Elephant Butte LakeSailboat race/regatta. Please contact the sponsor for information.Contact: Rio Grande Yacht Club, Jan Zink, 575-313-0392.
Senior Center Arts & Crafts Show9am-2pm, Lee Belle Johnson Senior Recreation Center 301 Foch, Truth or ConsequencesContact SJOA for information.Contact: Sierra Joint Office on Aging, 575-894-6641.
11/10/2012 Bag It
11am-1pm, El Cortez Theater, 415 Main St, Truth or ConsequencesAmericans use 60,000 plastic bags every 5 minutes--single-use dispolable bags we mindlessly throw away. But where is "away?" Where do the bags & other plastics end up, and at what cost to our environment, marine life and human health? Bag It follows Jeb, an average American, as he asks simple questions: Are plastic bags really necessary? What are they made from? What happens after they are discarded? Jeb learns plastics permeate modern society, and tells us what can we do about it. Today.Cost: $5.00 donation .Contact: The Bountiful Alliance, Joey Perry, 575 894-9421.
Upcycled Babywearing4pm-4:30pmJessica will teach parents of babies and toddlers how to safely carry their child using common household items. Babywearing allows the parent and child to bond while still allowing mom or dad to move freely and can be done using upcycled materials such as sheets, towels, blankets, tablecloths, shawls and scarves.Contact: Jessica Murphy, 575-635-1690, email@example.com://themommydialogues.com
Murder Mystery Dinner6pm, VFW 1389, Hwy 195, Elephant ButteRoast Beef Dinner with all the trimmings. Mysteries of 6 person and 8 person available.Cost: donation; please call.Contact: VFW 1389, Elephant Butte, 575-744-5787.
2nd Sunday Poetry Reading1pm, Black Cat Books and Coffee, 128 Broadway, T or CRead or listen on the 2nd Sunday of every month.Cost: free.Contact: Black Cat Books and Coffee, Rhonda Brittan, 575-894-7070.
Rising River String Band3-5pm, Hillsboro Community Center, Elenora Street, HillsboroTom Naples, Greg Renfro, and Jean Eisenhower of Silver City make up the Rising River String Band. They will sing Woody Guthrie songs and celebrate people's resilience during the Great Depression with little known ballads, blues, rags, and old-timey gospel from that time.Cost: $5 donation.Contact: Hillsboro Community Center, Max Yeh, 575-895-3300, firstname.lastname@example.org://www.sierracountyevents.com/flyer/RisingRiverPoster.pdf