Chamber meeting postponed
The Magdalena Chamber of Commerce meeting scheduled for today (Wednesday) will be postponed until the following week due to preparations for the Old-Timers Reunion.
The Chamber meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 14, 6 p.m., at the Bear Mountain Coffee House.
Passport fees to increase July 13
The new fees will be $135 for a first-time U.S. passport book for adults (ages 16 and older). The present fee is $100.
$110 for U.S. passport book renewal for adults. The present fee is $75 and $105 for a U.S. passport book for minors (under age 16). The present fee is $85.
More story fun at the library
On Tuesday, July 13, 2 p.m., Richard “Arf” Epstein will be back at the library with another exciting story. Perhaps he’ll bring his puppet dog again. Arf tells a story and gets his young audience to help with the details.
Geology tour at Sevilleta
The Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge is offering a unique opportunity to explore the geologic diversity of the area. The tour will be hosted by Dave Love, of the New Mexico Bureau of Geology. Participants should bring a camera, binoculars and a lunch. The tour is free, but space is limited so reservations are required.
For more information and to make a reservation, call 505-864-4021.
Low-down on a legendary title
Have you ever wished you could be “a fly on the wall” at some important event? How about the Yalta Conference with Roosevelt, Churchill and Stalin? Or the Oval Office listening to Nixon, Haldeman and Erlichman? At the Adobe Theater you can witness the (almost) true events in the private office of producer David O. Selznick as he manipulates and dominates writer Ben Hecht, and director Victor Fleming, in putting together the screenplay for “Gone With The Wind” in only five frantic days!
The clash of titans is hilarious and resulted in a film that won eight Oscars for such greats as Vivian Leigh and Clark Gable. “Moonlight and Magnolias” opens at the Adobe Theater, 9813 Fourth St. NW, today and runs through Sunday, Aug. 1. Show times are Friday-Saturday, 8 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m. Tickets: $14 for adults, seniors and students $12.
For more information, call 505-898-9222 weekdays.