Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory

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IN THIS ISSUE

AUGUST EVENTS AT A GLANCE

  • Aug 7, 14, 21, 28: Ted Talk Tuesday
  • August 8: Social Media — Computer Classes for Adults
  • August 10: Ice Cream Social at New Mexico Museum of Art
  • August 10-12: Los Alamos County Fair & Rodeo
  • August 15: Deadline for LANL Foundation Education and Community grants
  • August 16: City Government and the Nonprofit Sector
  • August 16: Taos Plaza Live Music
  • August 17: Community Concert at Northern New Mexico College
  • August 18-19: 2018 Santa Fe Indian Market
  • August 25: National Park Founders Day

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.

Building bridges to opportunity

Taos-based nonprofit provides advice on college admission

Taos-based nonprofit provides advice on college admission

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For the latest info on scholarships, partnerships, and area events, click on over to LANL Community Connections on Facebook and give us a like. Our team is always updating the page with news and information about Northern New Mexico people and organizations. Whether you’re looking for something to do this weekend or you want details about a grant-writing opportunity, our Facebook page is a good place to start.

Likewise, if there’s an event you’d like us to promote via our Facebook page, please email David Moore (david.moore@lanl.gov), and we’ll do our best to share the information.



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PERSONAL MESSAGE

Mike LansingIf you’re a drone pilot, and you’re thinking about flying around the town of Los Alamos, the White Rock neighborhood, Bandelier National Monument, the Jemez Mountains, or the Pajarito ski hill, there’s something important you should know.

The airspace above Los Alamos National Laboratory is restricted by the Federal Aviation Administration for only authorized air traffic, which means that unauthorized aircraft of any sort – including drones - cannot be flown in the restricted area and an additional FAA designated “No Drone Zone”

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CONTACTS

Community Partnerships Office, Director
Kathy Keith
(505) 665-4400
Toll free: (888) 841-8256
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