While the calendar says it’s still summer, Los Alamos Arts Council is ready for Fall! We have been working tirelessly to get everything prepared for all of our October events, and are excited about all that will be happening!
We will have two Brown Bag Performances, the Scarecrow Contest, The Rosalie Heller Memorial Lecture, The Attempt to Break the World Record of Most People Carving Pumpkins Simultaneously, The Masquerade Recital, and The Pumpkin Glow.
November is just around the corner, which brings our Annual Holiday Arts and Crafts Show. Check back with us to find out more!
We look forward to seeing you in October for all of our wonderful events!
This Calendar of LAAC events is updated often so check back!
Wednesday, August 21st: A special Brown Bag Performance will be held at Fuller Lodge, featuring Juanita Madland on Piano.
Wednesday, September 4th, Fuller Lodge: Brown Bag Performance featuring Black Mesa Brass Quintet
Wednesday, October 2nd, Fuller Lodge: Brown Bag Performance, featuring The Galisteo String Quartet.
Friday, Oct. 11th: The Third Annual Evening of Arts and Culture, Arts District, Los Alamos, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. A program involving at least 10 venues and more than 25 presentations, representing the depth of the arts in Los Alamos. Free
Wednesday, October 16th, Fuller Lodge: A Special Brown Bag Performance, featuring performers from Los Alamos Light Opera and a sneak preview of selections from “The Addams Family”
Saturday, October 19th through November 1st: Scarecrow Contest, Scarecrows will be seen up and down Mainstreet to set the Fall Holiday Mood.
If you’ve seen us out at events, you know that we are trying to get a lot of interest for our Pumpkin Glow this year! We’re hoping to break a Guinness Book of World Records title, and would love to have you come join us to make it happen.
We’ve worked closely with our sister organization, Fuller Lodge Art Center, a lot this past month, and are looking forward to continuing to work with them closely for the foreseeable future. Check out their wonderful Arts and Crafts Fair this weekend, Saturday, August 10th, from 9 am to 4 pm.
Thank you all for making this first month wonderful! I look forward to continuing to serve you and your arts needs!
Hello, My name is Chris(tine) Montieth, and I am very excited to begin my journey as the new Executive Director of the Los Alamos Arts Council. I am a Los Alamos native and have been participating in events with LAAC for around 25 years. (I was in Missoula many, many years ago.) I have been a board member with LAAC for 4 years, and have helped champion Missoula Children’s Theatre and the Kite Festival, as well as support all of our events.
I look forward to working with the LAAC Board and the community on our beautiful events. Come see us this weekend, July 13th, for the Sec Sandoval Chalk Walk- part of Science Fest- and join us in two weeks as we welcome Missoula to town for auditions and the presentation of “The Snow Queen”!
Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-663-0477 if you have any questions, concerns, suggestions, or if you are looking for a way to volunteer or become a part of the board.