Los Alamos National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory

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Events for the next few weeks
February 12, 2019
People attending a projectY meeting

New to the area? Come to projectY for their Monday Mixer on Feb. 18.

Contacts  

  • Director, Community Partnerships Office
  • Kathy Keith
  • Email

February 11: Science on Tap
Yu Seung Kim discusses the latest innovations in fuel-cell research at the Laboratory in this informal all-ages event at UnQuarked in Los Alamos.

February 12: Chamber Orientation
Learn how joining the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce can help your business thrive in the City Different at this free overview session.

February 13: Securing Sponsorships for your Nonprofit
This free two-hour session at Santa Fe Community Foundation (which can also be accessed remotely) looks at how nonprofits can secure support from businesses for their events and programs.

February 14: Valentine’s Day

February 15: LANL Foundation Grant Cycle Deadline
The deadline for applications for the winter grant cycle of LANL Foundation grants is February 15. The foundation offers both education and community grants to qualified organizations, educational institutions and agencies serving Northern New Mexico.

February 17: New Mexico’s African-American Legacy
Head to Cerrillos Hills State Park to hear historian Brenda Ballou Dabney discuss African-American presence in New Mexico the 1870-1930, sharing oral histories, photographs and documents.

February 18: Monday Mixer for Los Alamos Newcomers
Are you new to Los Alamos or do you know someone who is? Join the folks at projectY cowork for an evening of community and networking as they help you find resources and opportunities across northern New Mexico as you settle into town.

February 22-24: Chimayo Weaving Workshop
Join expert weaver Lisa Trujillo at Española Valley Fiber Arts Center for this introduction to weaving in the Chimayo style, a key part of the Northern New Mexican weaving tradition.

February 25: Reading by Irish Writer Annemarie Ní Churreáin
Award-winning young Irish poet and writer Annemarie Ní Churreáin from Donegal visits SOMOS in Taos for a free reading of her work.

February 27: IAIA Dinner and Studio Tours
Join Institute of American Indian Arts artists in residence Darren Vigil Gray, Monique Sonoquie, and Brent Michael Davids for free dinner, followed by tours of the artists’ studio spaces.