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Events for the next few weeks

By David Moore | March 21, 2022

Fort Union Opt
Learn about the role of Fort Union in the Civil War on March 24.

March 23 - LANL Virtual Supplier Forum
If you’re a current LANL subcontractor or would like to become one, register for the latest LANL Virtual Supplier Forum for the latest updates and information on doing business with the Laboratory.

March 24 - Planned Giving's Greatest Hits
Attend this online event from the Santa Fe Community Foundation for an overview of the most common type of planned gifts to nonprofits, and the best way for your organization to manage them. 

March 24 - Fort Union and the Civil War
Fort Union was the most important post for the U.S. Army in the Southwest during the Civil War years. Join Fort Union National Monument Park Ranger Mike Weinstein for an online conversation about its role in the Civil War.

March 24 -  Los Alamos Women in Nonprofit Leadership
Join Los Alamos Public Library for a panel discussion with some of the local women who are making an impact on the Los Alamos community through nonprofit leadership. The event is livestreamed via Zoom and registration is required.

March 25 - NM Startup Office Hours
Join ActivateNM and NM Angels for this month’s meeting of their regular opportunity to connect with mentors and peers for startup businesses in New Mexico.

March 28 - Deadline for NEA Research Grants in the Arts
Looking to study the value and/or impact of the arts in your community? These NEA research grants might help, and eligible applicants include county or city governments; nonprofits, school districts; Native American Tribal governments; and public and private higher education institutions.

April 18 - The Periodic Table
Join synthetic and physical organic chemist Amanda Evans from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p. m. at Bathtub Row Brewing in Los Alamos for this informal discussion from the Bradbury Science Museum. Evans will discuss  innovative, scalable and sustainable approaches to making molecules on-demand.


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