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JUNE ONLINE EVENTS AT A GLANCE

The current COVID-19 emergency has seen in-person events canceled or postponed. This month, we present a set of useful resources and online events from around the region.

  • New Mexico SBDC
  • Assistance for Individuals
  • Meals for Children
  • Assistance for Businesses
  • Resources for Nonprofits
  • Los Alamos and Santa Fe Farmers Markets
  • Fort Union National Monument
  • Ghost Light series at the Lensic
  • IAIA Graduating Exhibition
  • June 12 - Virtual Business Over Breakfast
  • July 4 - Independence Day

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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.

New course prepares Taos High School students for building-trades jobs

Job-training program a collaboration between New Mexico Building and Construction Trades Council, Taos Municipal Schools, and the Laboratory

FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK

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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wendy-strohmeyer-sm.jpgThe Laboratory’s Bradbury Science Museum has been a collecting institution since 1953. Our photographs, archives, and objects document and preserve the history of the groundbreaking science accomplished at Los Alamos, beginning with the Manhattan Project and continuing today.


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