The City of Socorro will be hosting a two-day event in conjunction and support of National Preservation Month.
On Friday, the city will be hosting an official grand opening of the public art show at the Rio Vista Community Center located at 901 North Rio Vista Road, from 6PM to 8PM. The public is welcome to attend, as the opening will feature a Q&A with the showcased artists, free refreshments and hors d’oeuvres will be served. The artists vary in age, skill set, and artistic medium.
The following day the City of Socorro, along with the National Trust for Historic Preservation will be hosting a community action day to promote, preserve, and protect the Rio Vista Community Center from 9AM to 12PM.
Volunteers are needed to help clean up the lot, build outdoor trash & recycling receptacles. The public will also witness a demonstration of adobe brick building, the effects of water erosion, and the significance of the Rio Vista Poor Farm.
Volunteers are asked to call the center at (915) 860-8615 to register as lunch will be provided. This is an all ages event.
For any questions please call the Rio Vista Community Center at (915) 860- 8615 or Public Relations Director- Victor Reta (915) 319-0125.