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There are a lot of options for residents Friday night in Los Alamos.
It will be Los Alamos Monitor Night with a free concert at Ashley Pond.
Playing will be the Parker Millsap Band with Michael Rose featured on stand-up bass.
“Parker Millsap is a young singer-songwriter that’s most likely going to be a big star in the near future,” Organizer Russ Gordon said. He plays Americana-folk-rock-blues-gospel and reminds me of some of the best of this genre; heroes like Tom Waits, Ray LaMontagne, Ryan Adams, John Mayer, Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Keller Williams and then there’s Dylan and Woody Guthrie.”
Los Alamos National Laboratory Bradbury Science Museum will host “What’s in a Click: The Wonders of High Speed Imaging,” from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday.
Laboratory personnel and their families and the general public can learn about the advances of high-speed cameras and the discoveries scientists at LANL have made with them.
The museum partners with Fuller Lodge Art Center, the Los Alamos Historical Museum and Los Alamos County among others in the Downtown Friday Night program.
Other activities of interest on Friday:
• Fuller Lodge Art Center at 5-7 p.m. – Opening of “Wallflowers” exhibit featuring floral art by NM artists; NM Garden Clubs’ District II Jurors Flower Show; finger food; live music; and more. See more on page 5 of today’s Los Alamos Monitor. Crafts for children and an information table sponsored by Bandelier National Monument takes place from 5-7 p.m. Exhibit continues through July 23.
• Los Alamos Historical Society from 4-6 p.m. – Enjoy tapas, a wine bar and the classical guitar by Patrick Burns during “History Happy Hour.” Located at 1050 Bathtub Row.
• Pet Pangea will host a group dog walk around the creative district from 6-7 p.m. Friday.
In addition, KKOB-AM, in cooperation with Los Alamos County, will be hosting a “Los Alamos Radio Day” from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday in conjunction with the Downtown Friday Night Series in Los Alamos. KKOB-AM on-air personalities, Billy Cornelius and Scott Stigler, will host “Los Alamos Radio Day” at Ashley Pond, featuring six 10-minute segments with several Los Alamos officials.
Segments will include interviews with: Katy Korkos (Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce); Jason Lott (Bandelier National Monument); Rob Dixon (Valles Caldera National Preserve) and Steve Watts (Los Alamos Co-Op Manager); Thad Hahn (Ski Pajarito); Bill Priedhorsky (Los Alamos Mountaineers); Heather McClenahan (Los Alamos Historical Society) and Kelly Stewart (Los Alamos County Economic Development).