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Events for the next few weeks

By David Moore | April 19, 2022

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Head to the Santa Fe Railyard April 23 for a pet adoption event from Española Humane.

April 21 - Night with a Nerd
This Bradbury Science Museum Association event (rescheduled from March due to bad weather) features Dale Kronkright, Head of Conservation at the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum discussing how Georgia O’Keeffe’s paints used in a 1945 masterpiece connect workers at LANL, New Mexican mines, and the Japanese American Internment Camp in Santa Fe.

April 23 - Espanõla Humane at Violet Crown
Española Humane brings pets of all ages to a special adoption event in the Santa Fe Railyard at the Violet Crown cinema in Santa Fe.

April 25 - Deadline for NM Lab Embedded Entrepreneur Program
The New Mexico Lab Embedded Entrepreneur Program (LEEP) matches entrepreneurs with seed capital, a large network of mentors, customers, and investors and the unique expertise and resources of Los Alamos and Sandia national laboratories over a two year period.

April 28 - Business After Hours
Hosted by the Museum of New Mexico Foundation's Business Council and the Santa Fe Hispanic Chamber, head to the NM History Museum in Santa Fe for this networking event with light refreshments and  a talk on the museum's newest photo exhibition on New Mexico's hot springs.

May 4 - Branding and trademarks
Head to UNM-Taos HIVE for a presentation from marketing and legal expert Seth Gardenswartz on how a strong brand builds value for your business.

May 11, 12 -  Frontiers in Science
Laboratory scientist Adam Atchley talks about his work on wildfire modeling, first in Los Alamos at the Central Park Square greenspace, and then the following day at New Mexico Museum of Art auditorium in Santa Fe.

May 12 - Vegetable Gardening in New Mexico 
Join this online event from Mesa Public Library in Los Alamos for tips to help you increase your growing success, and how to get additional gardening resources from New Mexico State University.

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