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Today's Features

  • Have you heard about “green hours,” where families get outdoors and enjoy nature, with kids taking the lead on where to go and what to do? PEEC wants kids of all ages to take an active interest in the world of nature.  

  • Today
    NJROTC will serve a full meal including barbecue brisket, potato salad, a vegetable, a roll, drink and dessert from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Posse Shack. $10 per plate.

    Agatha Christie, noted author of murder mystery novels and plays, has been honored this month in Great Britain and elsewhere on the 120th anniversary of her birth. The Los Alamos Little Theatre will pay its homage with auditions for the Christie play, “Go Back for Murder,” scheduled for 7:15 p.m. Oct. 3 and Oct. 4 at the theatre, 1670 Nectar St.
    Friday

  • LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tony Curtis molded himself from a 1950s movie heartthrob to a respected actor, showing a determined streak that served him well with such films as "Sweet Smell of Success," ''The Defiant Ones" and "Some Like It Hot."

    The Oscar-nominated actor died about 9:25 p.m. PDT Wednesday at his Henderson, Nev., home of a cardiac arrest, Clark County Coroner Mike Murphy said Thursday.

  • Thursday
    LA Family Council is starting a new weekly Dream Group beginning at 10 a.m. for a six-week therapy group that will voyage into the interior landscape of dreams. Learn to interpret meaning and utilize guidance from your dreams through creative exercises and supportive dialogue with others. Contact Valarie Juerling, MA, LMFT, at 662-3264 to register or with questions.

  • The Little Forest Playschool annual Fall Resale will be from 9 a.m.-noon Oct. 23 at the Crossroads Bible Church, 97 East Road.
    “The new location will be a real convenience,” said chair Vivian Westfall. “This is a big event and we’ll have room to expand and spread out.”
    Westfall said the Spring Resale had 120 volunteers and she expects that many for the Fall Resale.
    “It takes volunteers to make this event happen and the community wants it to happen,” she said.

  • In the tradition of St. Francis de Assisi, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 2390 North Road, will celebrate a traditional animal blessing service at 1 p.m. Sunday in the outdoor chapel. All domestic pets are encouraged to bring their human families, who will be there in order to control leashes, crates and animal personalities, as each animal is personally blessed during this service. The outdoor chapel is located at the north end of the parking lot. In the event of inclement weather, the service will be relocated indoors.

  • TORRANCE, CA – From Sept. 23-Dec. 4, Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) will send four teams across North America to raise awareness of the North Korea refugee crisis through its new film “Hiding.”
    The 30-minute documentary highlights what life in hiding is really like and the risks North Koreans must take to find freedom.
    The West Team is composed of Kelley Fry a 2004 Los Alamos High School graduate, Jane Lee from Vancouver, British Columbia and Sean Hines from Soddy Daisy, Tenn.

  • Atomic City Children’s Theater (ACCT), the Los Alamos Public Schools’ after-school theater program is very excited to announce that auditions for Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” will be held Wednesday and Thursday in the Barranca Mesa Elementary School gym.
    The auditions will be held from 4-6 p.m. both days and are open to any fourth-, fifth- or sixth- grade student from the Los Alamos or White Rock areas. Registration begins at 3:30 p.m. in the Barranca Mesa main lobby.

  • Monster Movie Wednesdays will continue at UNM-Los Alamos on Wedesday with “Phantom of the Opera” (1925, 79 minutes, black and white).
    Films are shown at 6 p.m. Wednesday evenings in the UNM-LA Lecture Hall in Building 2.
    The series is free and open to the public. A brief introduction to the films will be given and lively discussions always follow the movie.
    “Phantom of the Opera” starring Lon Chaney and directed by Rupert Julian, is a version of the 1910 novel written by Gaston Leroux.