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Fun events through the holidays and beyond.
December 19, 2017
Santa Fe Plaza

Celebrate the New Year in the City Different. CREDIT: Dreamstime


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Dec 15: French Movie Night

Join the Los Alamos Makers for their free monthly movie night, this month’s movie will be “Le Chef”, a French comedy. The event is free and open to the public, guests are asked to RSVP before stopping by.

Dec 15: Gluten-Free Holiday Baking Class

Stop by the United Church in Los Alamos for a Gluten-Free Holiday Baking class! The workshop will include lessons on reading labels, avoiding cross-contact, recipes, baking tips and hands-on, gluten-free holiday baking! Guests are asked to register and provide $10 for material costs.

Dec 21: Holiday Market at Fuller Lodge

Come by Fuller Lodge for this year’s Holiday Market! The event runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Dec 23: Bombastic Beanie Benefit

Join the Española Valley Fiber Arts Center at their first ever Bombastic Beanie Benefit creative hat display. All hat creations will be displayed at our annual Holiday Party and included in a silent auction, with prizes for the craziest hat.

Dec 31: A City Different New Year’s Eve on the Santa Fe Plaza

Bring your friends and family to the New Year's Eve celebration on the Santa Fe Plaza to say goodbye to 2017 and hello to 2018!

Jan 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: TED Talk Tuesday

Every Tuesday at noon, bring your lunch to ProjectY, watch a TED talk, and discuss. See each week’s topic here.

Jan 9: Deadline for SBA Small Business Week Awards nominations

Small businesses and individuals who create jobs and contribute to developing the local economy should apply for one of several awards made possible by the U.S. Small Business Administration New Mexico District Office.

Jan 15: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Jan 16: Los Alamos Employees' Scholarship Fund application deadline

Application deadline for scholarships for Northern New Mexico high school graduates or current undergraduates pursuing four-year degrees.

Jan 17: People to People

Drop by the New Mexico Museum of Art in Santa Fe to join in this informal series of talks about the artwork on display at the museum.

Jan 22: Be Your Own Boss Series: Bring on Your Legal Questions

Project Y will be hosting a workshop for small businesses seeking answers to any legal questions.

Jan 24: Atomic Film Festival

Join the Los Alamos History Museum for a viewing of The Atomic City. The film is part of a series that explores multiple perspectives on the cultural legacy and human impact of the atomic bomb.



ProjectY is a collaborative coworking space located in Los Alamos that offers many events every month. Photo: Samantha D’Anna Photography.

Lab volunteers

Los Alamos National Laboratory’s participation in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) events is made possible with support from the Department of Energy through the Laboratory’s Science Education Community Service Time Program. To request STEM experts, complete a brief online request form.

Los Alamos experts and volunteers can also be requested through the Laboratory’s Volunteer Program.

Speaker’s bureau

The Laboratory has speakers with experience in a wide variety of subjects who can tailor their content for a range of audiences. Call 505-667-7000 to be matched with the right person for your audience. 

Calendar submissions

Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Laboratory’s management company, Los Alamos National Security, LLC (LANS), help support the above events, programs and campaigns. To include your event or application deadline in upcoming calendars, email connections@lanl.gov with a brief description of your event and how the item is connected to the Laboratory or LANS.

Community Connections features news and opportunities that grow out of the Laboratory’s Good Neighbor Pledge: “To partner with our neighbors on strengthening math and science learning, diversifying the economy, and expanding community giving in Northern New Mexico.”