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Those new to Los Alamos are welcome to a special event … Discover Los Alamos, Friday night at the Bradbury Science Museum.
The multi-agency collaboration was designed to provide an opportunity for new community members to have a taste of what Los Alamos has to offer in the way of low and no cost activities.
“Since I didn’t bring a family with me I was keen to meet people and make friends,” Marcus Weigand said. “This event would help me to find clubs and societies where I could get to know new people. In addition, it might allow me to start a new hobby that I hadn’t pursued in the past.”
Weingand is a post-doctorate in masters of public administration and computerized maintenance management system.
The Bradbury staff, along with Los Alamos National Laboratory members and Assets In Action have rallied community programs to provide handouts and answer questions about things to keep those new to Los Alamos on the hill and heartily occupied with activities.
The event will be an open house style that takes place from 5 to
8 p.m. that residents can visit before heading over to Ashley Pond before the summer concert.
Those taking part in the first time event include; Kiwanis, Rotary, the Los Alamos Cooperative Market, Bandelier National Monument, Family Strengths Network and more.
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