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Today's Features

  • Hitch a ride on the road of scientific innovation with Otowi Station Bookstore and Buffalo Tours Thursday.

    Georgia Strickfaden, owner of Buffalo Tours, and Otowi Station Bookstore are hosting a multi-media show, which will run from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday at the bookstore.

    Strickfaden will unveil the Nuclear West Bus Tour in the Intermountain West which will be held from Aug. 22-30 while Otowi will showcase its resources for travel.

     

  • Hitch a ride on the road of scientific innovation with Otowi Station Bookstore and Buffalo Tours Thursday.

    The bookstore and travel business are teaming up to present a travel show from 6:30-8 p.m.  at Otowi Station.

    Buffalo Tours will introduce to the public to its new Nuclear West Bus Tour in the Intermountain West and Otowi Station will offer published resources about travel and the myriad locations pertaining to all things atomic.  

    The Kaleidoscoops Ice Cream bus will is planning to be there, too.

  • Ever spied between the slats of a fence to see pieces of a neatly manicured garden or a backyard sprayed with a rainbow of flowers and wished to see more?

    Crane your neck no more; local residents are opening their outdoor oases to the community during the 2010 Garden Tour. The tour, which the New Mexico State University Los Alamos Master Gardeners are sponsoring, will be held from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. June 19.

  • Sixteen students were awarded the Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation scholarship. Each student selected demonstrated a balance of academic excellence, extracurricular participation and community service throughout their high school career.  

    The winners have chosen an Educator of Distinction; this is an education professional who had a positive impact on the student’s time in the Los Alamos Public Schools

    The LAPS Foundation is a nonprofit organization that enriches the educational experience of students through community investment.

  • Here are the additional students who received the LAPS Foundation scholarship.

  • Oftentimes when a disaster or catastrophe hits, people flock to the affected area to offer assistance and aid. The situation in Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico, appears to have the opposite effect.

    For instance, the amount of people who signed up to construct houses for families in need through the Gateway Mission Training Center, located in El Paso, Texas, has slowed to a trickle.

    In the past, the Christian organization performed 15 building projects during the summer. Now, only one or two are performed.

  • The Los Alamos Arts Council offers a lot to aspiring musicians – it brings them inspiration in the Brown Bag shows and the Guitar and Gateaux series and provides opportunities for young performers to take the stage through the senior recitals.

    One student has taken notice of this fact and as a result, is giving back to this community organization.

    Pianist and Los Alamos High School graduate Nathan Salazar is hosting a concert at 7 p.m. June 18 at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church.

  • Harry Potter will spend a lot of time in Los Alamos this summer, with Harry Potter themed exhibits, lectures and classes going on around town. The effort has been organized around a visit to Mesa Public Library July 14-Aug. 9 by a traveling exhibit titled, “Harry Potter’s World:  Renaissance Science, Magic and Medicine,” sponsored by the National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health with support from the American Library Association.  

  • House of Hope Women and Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church are hosting a special service for Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico. For the past five years, the House of Hope Women have traveled to Juárez to build houses for those in need. The service, which will be held at 5 p.m. Sunday at the church, will deliver prayers of peace and protection for the Mexican city. Read more in tomorrow's Monitor.

  • Cool off from the summer heat by diving into the literary world at the Los Alamos County Library System. This summer’s reading program is titled, “Make A Splash @ Your Library.”

    Read more about the extensive list of programs and events in Thursday's Kaleidoscope.