It is the voice of the river that pulls us. The voice that is as old as time calls us to its banks. We may think it's about the fish, or preservation, or needing to bring water to town, but the river is teaching us to the point of personal sacrifice about giving, about the movement and value of life. It is most definitely about the Gila River and its inhabitants. There is a fee for these organized day trips, and the Saturday night Gala, but otherwise all events are free.
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The festival offers a perfect opportunity to learn more about the ecology, history and culture associated with the Gila. But it is more about celebrating the awesomeness of the Gila River. It's a hands-on, get down and rock and roll with, connect-to-the-beauty kind of event. What stories lie in the depths of any river?
What stories lie in the depths and banks of our river, the Gila? What stories can she tell as she reaches forth from the heart of the Gila to eastern Arizona? One thing I've learned from the Gila is the reason rivers meander: They have all the time in the world to get to where they are going. The library plays host to a series of exhibits throughout May honoring the Gila River.
This show will feature local artists' interpretations of the Gila River in a variety of media. Ron MacFarland will accompany this show on acoustic guitar.
All Day—A wide variety of free events, for both children and adults, are planned in and around Cliff. The hub of activity will be the Grant County Fairgrounds, where you will register, get maps and meet up with transportation, also the site for food, music, crafters and information. A tour of the Woodrow Archaeological Site will highlight the Mimbres Culture, which vanished in the 11th century.
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This event will open with a bilingual theatrical presentation produced by Nanda Currant entitled River Voices, River Bodies. The presentations will be followed by a reception with music by Wally Lawder. Meet at the Visitor's Center in Silver City. Bring your friends and family to these and other events. Sorry, no pets please. For more information and a complete schedule, go to www. Return to top of page.
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