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Events for the next few weeks

By David Moore | November 21, 2022

Eric Davis Brewing Opt
Learn how Los Alamos science can help brewing on Nov. 21 with Laboratory researcher Eric Davis (left).

Nov. 21: Brewing beer at the speed of sound 
Join Lab researcher Eric Davis to learn how his acoustic-science research team developed a science-driven complement to the art of brewing in the Bradbury Science Museum’s Periodic Table, at its winter location of projectY cowork in Los Alamos. Bring your questions to this ask-me-anything event!

Nov. 24 - Thanksgiving

Nov. 24 - Atalaya Turkey Trot
The Santa Fe Railyard is the location for the start (and finish) of the 15th annual Atalaya Elementary Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving morning, with a 5K run and a 1K kids’ fun run. Perfect for working up an appetite for the big meal to come!

Nov. 25 - Twirl Aglow Party
Taos nonprofit toy shop and play space Twirl hosts its holiday Twirl Aglow Party with Santa, face painting and treats as well as special Holiday giving opportunities.

Nov. 26-27: Poeh Winter Market
The Poeh Cultural Center hosts the 2022 Poeh Winter Market at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino, with more than 100 local Native American artists showcasing their work, along with music and dance performances.

Nov. 30 - Wee Wednesdays at the Santa Fe Children’s Museum
Time your visit to the Santa Fe Children’s Museum to enjoy story time and play for toddlers around a weekly theme - this time, it’s beavers!

Dec. 6 - Self-care for the small business owner
Prepare for the New Year with tools and resources to help manage the stress related to running your own business, courtesy of this free online class from WESST Santa Fe Women’s Business Center.

Dec. 10 - Holiday open house at the museums
Join the New Mexico History Museum and the Museum of Art at their combined open house event with music, crafts and holiday cheer.

Dec. 11 - Sounds of the Season
Head to the Lensic in Santa Fe for the Santa Fe Symphony’s annual holiday concert of winter favorites.

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