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Events for the next few weeks

By David Moore | August 18, 2023

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Baracutanga, an acclaimed band that blends South American ancestral traditions with a modern sensibility, perform as part of the Los Alamos Summer Concert Series on Sept. 1.

June 16 - Sept. 1: Los Alamos Summer Concert Series
Spend your summer Fridays at Ashley Pond in Los Alamos enjoying the range of musical acts that make up this free concert series. 

Aug. 21: Periodic Table on geothermal energy
The latest in the Bradbury Science Museum’s series of informal science discussions at projectY cowork in Los Alamos sees Laboratory researchers Luke Frash and Yerkezhan Madenova dive into the next generation of geothermal energy and fracture caging that could shape tomorrow’s use of this abundant energy source.

Aug. 24: Northern New Mexico Small Business Conference
The New Mexico Small Business Development Center network hosts this free all-day event for small businesses at Luna Community College, featuring speakers, workshops, training and access to resources.

Aug. 26: Reception for Following the Manito Trail exhibition
Santa Fe Community College hosts an opening reception for the exhibition Following the Manito Trail which is on loan from the Millicent Rogers Museum in Taos. The exhibit (which continues at the college through Oct. 15) explores the migration experiences and largely untold stories of Hispanic New Mexican families from Taos County and its surrounding area. 

Aug. 26: Spirit Days in Española
Valdez Park is the location for Española Valley Chamber of Commerce’s event with food, music and vendors.

Aug. 31: Santa Fe Community Foundation grant cycle deadline
In their fall grant cycle the Santa Fe Community Foundation welcomes proposals from organizations located in Mora, Rio Arriba, San Miguel, and Santa Fe counties that are engaged in direct service, policy advocacy, and/or collaborative efforts in a wide range of fields of interest.

Sept. 1-4: Taos preview show and studio tour
Labor Day weekend is the perfect time to head to Taos, particularly to visit more than 30 artists’ studios as they open their doors to visitors. There’s also a preview show and gallery at Taos Valley Lodge.


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