The Town of Silver City annual drinking water report is now available! You can find print copies in English and Spanish on the shelves near the library information desk. The report can also be accessed online here. The Utilities Department writes, “For more information about this report or for any questions relating to your drinking water, please contact the Utilities Department at (575) 534-6365. You may also email Robert M. Esqueda, Utilities Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or Norma J. Ramirez, Utilities Executive Secretary, at email@example.com.
El Reporte Anual de la Calidad del Agua ya está disponible en la biblioteca. Vaya a la tabla de información para obtener una copia.
Mindstorms club this evening was awesome; eight young people stopped by to experiment with robots. Here’s what else is happening this week:
Tuesday 6/24 10:30am: Creative Creations (craft/science experiment), limit 35 children
Tuesday 6/24 4:00pm: Chess Club, all ages
Wednesday 6/25 10:30am: Storytime
Wednesday 6/25 4:00pm: Lego Club
Thursday 6/26 10:30am: Presentation by the Silver City Astronomical Society, all ages
Thursday 6/26 4:00pm: Family movie
Friday 6/27 10:30am: Storytime with Nancy
Friday 6/27 2:00-4:00pm: Youth DIY, Imploding Aluminum Cans
Patricia Taber, Joe Kenneally, and Andrew Lindlof worked with the Grant County Community Health Council to create a guide to the trails of Grant County. A print copy of the guide is available to view and photocopy at the library information desk. You can view a PDF of the guide here (12.03MB download). This project was funded by the Freeport-McMoRan community enhancement fund and created in collaboration with Prescription Trails New Mexico, the Grant County Trails Group, and Healthy Kids Healthy Communities Grant County. You can learn more about the guide and the Grant County Trails Group by reading this Gila Resources Information Project blog post. The Grant County Trails Group also produced a trails video last year. Check it out!
The link to the trail guide PDF is also posted on our Health Resources page. Check out all our resources pages to find lots of helpful links! These links and much more are also posted to the library Delicious account.
Youth DIY will be this Friday, June 6, from 2:00 to 4:00pm here at the library. We will be creating our own water blasters out of PVC pipe. The instructions can be found on the Popular Science website, and are also posted on our Youth page. The design is slightly adjusted from this one on Instructables. We’ll have enough equipment to make four water blasters in teams. We’ll have a drawing to see who gets to take one home.
Prepare to be wowed by the incredible skills of The Magic Guy at the Silver City Public Library, Thursday, June 5 at 10:30am! This event kicks off the 2014 Summer Reading Program. To sign up for summer reading, visit the library at 515 W. College Avenue. All Summer Reading events are free and open to the public. For more information, contact children’s librarian Harmony Phillips at 575-538-3672.
The New Mexico primary election for the Democratic and Republican parties is today. Voting Convenience Centers are open from 7:00am to 7:00pm. You can go to any of the Voting Convenience Centers to vote; they are listed here: http://www.silvercity.org/2014_reprint/Grant-County-Vote-info-2014.pdf
There is also some helpful information on the site for the Grant County Clerk’s office.
Some more voter information links can be found on our Voting Resources page.
Summer Reading 2014 for all ages starts Monday, June 2! Here’s the line-up:
Monday 4:00 p.m. LEGO Mindstorms
Tuesday 10:30 a.m. Creative Creations – Craft with the Grant County Community Health Council
all ages (limited to 35 children)
Tuesday 4:00 p.m. Chess
Wednesday 10:30 a.m. Storytime
Wednesday 4:00 p.m. LEGO Club
Thursday 10:30am The Magic Guy
Thursday 4:00pm Movie
Friday 10:30am Storytime with Nancy
Friday 2:00-4:00pm Youth DIY – Water Blaster