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Events for the next few weeks
February 4, 2020
Enjoy an early-evening New Year’s celebration at GLOW! at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden

Head to Los Alamos for a guided snowshoe hike.


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  • Kathy Keith
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Feb 8: Family Snowshoe Outing
Head to Los Alamos for a snowshoe hike from the ski hill parking lot to Camp May. Pajarito Environmental Education Center (PEEC) educator and Southwest Nordic Ski Club member Siobhan Niklasson will lead the group along a snowshoe trail, stopping along the way for snow play and winter forest ecology.

Feb 8: Scientist in the Spotlight
Sandy Frost and Linda Anderman will be on hand with live demonstrations at the Bradbury Science Museum in Los Alamos, discussing the internet of things and the metric system.

February 11, 18, 25: TED Talk Tuesday
Every Tuesday at noon, bring your lunch to Project Y in Los Alamos to watch a TED talk, and discuss. See each week's topic here.

Feb 11: Frontiers in Science Lecture: Bette Korber
Join Laboratory scientist Bette Korber at the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe as she presents a special lecture for International Women and Girls in Science Day: a tribute to women astronomers who shaped our understanding of the Universe.

Feb 13: Code4
The Santa Fe Business Incubator hosts this monthly gathering of programmers and technologists to discuss all things tech in a friendly, casual environment. Bring a laptop to show what you’re working on, or just come be part of the discussion.

Feb 14: Valentine’s Day

Feb 22: The King’s Singers
Performance Santa Fe presents this renowned British vocal sextet at the Cathedral Basilica in Santa Fe.

March 2-5: First week of Poeh Arts
The Poeh Cultural Center at the Pueblo of Pojoaque is currently enrolling Native American students for the Spring 2020 semester of arts classes which begin March 2. Classes include jewelry making, weaving, embroidery and pottery.

March 3: Steps to Starting a Small Business
The Santa Fe Small Business Development Center (SBDC) hosts a workshop that will help you decide if business ownership is right for you, and give you an overview of how to form your company, budgeting, planning, and where to find additional small business support and resources.

Have a community event you think we should feature? Email the details (including web link) to connections@lanl.gov