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The lead article for this month's issue of @the Bradbury.

Inaugural "Night with a Nerd" event scheduled for March 15

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Among the many benefits you’ll get when you join the nonprofit Bradbury Science Museum Association (BSMA) is free admission to an upcoming talk in honor of the Lab’s 75th anniversary. The event is scheduled for Thursday, March 15, and begins at 6 p.m. at project Y Cowork (150 Central Park Square, Los Alamos). Alan Carr, the Lab’s historian, will present the story of the Lab’s origin and how it evolved into the multidisciplinary institution it is today. For nonmembers, the cost will be $10, but you can join the BSMA onsite if you’d like. The talk will be followed by a reception and light refreshments so it really is a bargain.

With adult memberships starting as low as $35*, if you plan to visit other science museums or buy Lab/Museum branded items, it could quickly pay for itself plus you’ll support regional science education efforts. Additional events, including more “Night with a Nerd” events, will be held throughout the year to benefit BSMA members (and others).




* Membership costs range from $20 (for a sole child) to $75 (for two adults and all children under 18 residing in the same household). Free admission to other science museums include those that are 100 miles or more away from the Bradbury Science Museum and are participants in the Association of Science – Technology Centers (ASTC) Travel Passport Program. A full list of participating museums and membership admission benefits are here. Cardholding BSMA members also receive a 10 percent discount on BSMA museum store items (Gadgets). For more information on BSMA membership and benefits, go to the organization’s webpages.

You can see the entire March issue here.