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Events for the next few weeks

By David Moore | March 8, 2023

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Work by landscape painter Felix Voltsinger, who will be giving a talk at Santa Fe Community College March 31.

March 16 - Succession planning for nonprofits
This free hybrid event from the Santa Fe Community Foundation is aimed at nonprofit executive directors looking to help their boards plan for succession to ensure a smooth transition to new leadership.

March 20  - Periodic Table
Head to Project Y in Los Alamos for this informal science discussion with a LANL researcher.

March 21 - Bookkeeping basics for small businesses
This no-cost online event from SCORE aims to walk small business owners through the basics of bookkeeping to help them make informed financial decisions and meet their legal and tax obligations.

March 22 - San Miguel Business Connectivity Event
Laboratory partner the Regional Development Corporation hosts this in-person event at Luna Community College in Las Vegas for business owners to learn about the RDC’s Micro-Grant program and other free and low-cost resources and opportunities that help businesses grow. 

March 24 - Empowered Women’s brunch
Join the Taos County County Chamber of Commerce as they celebrate empowered women with networking, brunch, and a discussion on the experience of women in leadership positions.

March 30 - LANL Virtual Supplier Forum
If you’re a current LANL subcontractor or would like to become one, register for this LANL Virtual Supplier Forum for the latest updates and information on doing business with the Laboratory.

March 31 - Gallery Talk with Artist Felix Voltsinger
Santa Fe Community College Visual Arts Gallery presents a talk with Felix Voltsinger, as part of the exhibition of his work that runs from March 16 to April 19. Voltsinger, an accomplished landscape artist, has taught painting and drawing to SFCC students since 2008 and spring 2023 marks his last semester teaching at the college.

March 31 - Pueblo pottery and the environment
The Museum of Indian Arts and Culture hosts this discussion between experts Matthew Martinez (Ohkay Owingeh), Jason Garcia (Santa Clara), and Christina M. Castro (Jemez) on the connections between Pueblo pottery and the environment, examining the ways in which Pueblo values and beliefs around the environment are reflected in Pueblo pottery.

April 1 - Deadline for applications for Summer Physics Camp for Young Women
Deadline for applications for the Laboratory’s free two-week  Summer Physics Camp for Young Women, which offers high-school age young women to explore careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with STEM professionals. 


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