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Silver Consolidated Schools Superintendent, William Hawkins, has announced that Silver Schools will have a 2-hour delayed opening On Monday November 29th and Tuesday November 30th for COVID-19 rapid antigen testing. Mr. Hawkins states that “Silver Schools realizes that during the Thanksgiving Holiday individuals will gather with close family, friends, and possibly people outside the immediate household. To reduce the potential of spreading the virus, on Monday November 29 and Tuesday November 30, classes will have a late 2-hour delay to the start of the school/work day to ensure that your child is not unknowingly positive with Covid-19. Students, parents and staff who are welcome to take advantage of the free Rapid Antigen testing sites at the Central Office or at Cliff Schools from 7:00am – 10:00am.” Silver Schools will close their testing site starting Wednesday Nov. 24 through Sunday Nov. 28 and will resume the “Test to Stay” and Volunteer Surveillance Testing Site on Monday November 29th.
The Silver City Museum will be hosting the Annual Victorian Christmas event on Saturday December 11th from 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. with some major modifications to account for the health of the public due to COVID-19. According to a news release, the Victorian Christmas will take place mainly outdoors, therefore being moved to a daytime activity. The event will be expanded into the courtyard and allow for a greater variety of activities including: the making of birdseed ornaments; cornhole toss; and Father Christmas giving out books. There will be heat lamps and hot mulled cider to warm the guests, cookies, ornament-making, and live music. This event is made possible by the generous sponsorship from the local First American Bank, who has been a Victorian Christmas partner for years. For more information, visit silvercitymuseum.org.
Silver City’s 31st Annual Lighted Christmas Parade is being held this Saturday, November 27th at 7:00 P.M. in downtown Silver City. The parade will start at Broadway and Cooper Streets and travel east to Bullard Street and north to College, ending on Pope Street. This year the Silver Chorale will add holiday cheer with Christmas carols starting downtown at 4:30 P.M.
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