In 2002 Les Torres brought together a Merry-Achi Christmas in Socorro.
St. Paul's United Methodist Church is bringing a special duo for a seasonal music concert on Dec. 29. Albuquerque-based husband and wife duo Scott and Irma Reeder are presenting a free Christmas Concert at St. Paul's.
Community members can begin Christmas activities with the traditional presentation of "La Pastorela" this Dec. 20, on the historic stage of the Garcia Opera House at 6:30 p.m.
3 Cranes Fine Art Gallery on California St. (across from Walmart) celebrates its grand opening Dec. 13 from 6 -8 p.m. The Friday the 13th (Black Cat Friday) opening will feature a photo study of cats by photographer Colleen Gino. Also showing will be works by painter and art teacher Jenny Blomquist; dichroic glass artist and jeweler Denise Elvrum; wildlife photographer Nancy Meyer; and jeweler and pen and ink artist Patti McLain. Entertainment will be provided by classical harpist Susan Vigil. Refreshments and door prizes will round out the evening.
The Karl G. Jansky Very Large Array will get a new system allowing it to continuously monitor the sky to study the Earth's ionosphere and detect short bursts of radio emission from astronomical objects. The
In the wake of September's record rain and subsequent flooding, interest in flood insurance is rising. Property anywhere in Socorro County can be insured against flood damage, because the entire county is now a participating community in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), a federal program managed and subsidized by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Sharing science and discovery is the theme for Socorro fourth graders as they dance in "Eureka!" — this year's National Dance Institute Residency production in Socorro.
Some Socorroans are exploring a more humane alternative than euthanasia for controlling feral cat populations in the area, and everyone is invited to their seminar to learn about it.
The youth services librarian job is a dream come true for Herweg-Samuels, a mother of three children.
The founders of The Grizz Project of Magdalena Aiding Animals Inc. have started an ambitious new project to match up trained companion animals with people who need them.
San Miguel Parish sponsors The Giving Tree for the needy in Socorro again this year.