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Events for the next few weeks
September 11, 2019
Head to the Bradbury Science Museum on August 23 for a night of robotics.

Take the High Road to Taos, including a stop in Truchas (shown here) to visit the studios of artists and artisans during the High Road Studio Tour.CREDIT: Bobak Ha’Eri / Wikimedia Commons


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September 11, 18; October 2: Frontiers in Science
Laboratory scientist Tess Light explores lightning and its role in the atmosphere at three talks in Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Albuquerque.

September 12: Night with a Nerd: Phil Goldstone
The nonprofit Bradbury Science Museum Association hosts expert Phil Goldstone at Project Y in Los Alamos as he gives his insights into nuclear deterrence in today’s world. Registration encouraged.

September 14: Scientist in the Spotlight: Amanda Barry
Join Laboratory researcher Amanda Barry at the Bradbury Science Museum as she discusses how algae are converted into biofuels, and how the process can be made more efficient.  

September 18: Welcoming Week Celebration
The Española YMCA Teen Center celebrates diversity of cultures and traditions with food, music and dance from around the world at this free event, which is part of a week of activities that offer neighbors from all backgrounds the chance to get to know each other celebrate what unites us all.

September 21-22, 28-29: High Road Studio Tour
More than 30 artists and artisans along the High Road between Santa Fe and Taos open their studios and galleries on two weekends, allowing visitors to see the great work they produce and get a sense of the landscape plays a role in their creation.

September 22: Community Day on Museum Hill
The museums on Museum Hill in Santa Fe join forces to offer a range of family-friendly activities, demonstrations and music, along with free admission to the facilities.

September 27: Deadline for small business research grants
The New Mexico Economic Development Department is offering Small Business Innovation Research (NM SBIR) grant awards up to $100,000 to accelerate commercialization of technologies developed with the aid of the federal SBIR awards. The deadline for applications is Sept. 27.

September 29 -30: San Geronimo Eve and Day
Head to Taos Pueblo for the pueblo’s annual feast day, beginning with vespers in San Geronimo Chapel on September 29, with the following day full of traditional activities including foot races and an open air market with artisans from a range of tribal communities.


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