Bonnie J. Gordon

LACW: Calling All Woodwind, Brass And Percussion Players

LACW News:

The Los Alamos Community Winds (LACW) will begin rehearsals for its 23rd concert season at 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 23 in the Los Alamos High School Bandroom.

The Winds would lke to invite any and all players of woodwind, brass, or percussion instruments. We are in particular need of trombones and percussion. There is no audition. Just show up with your instrument ready to play.

Always striving to perform to a high level of musicianship and quality, in its 22-year history, LACW has been recognized nationally by winning first runner-up in the community band division of the 2011 American Read More

Scenes From Century Bank Business After Hours July 7

During the Chamber’s Business After Hours event Thursday evening, Century Bank Senior Vice President of Finance Anne Kain announced plans to construct a new building at 2201 Trinity Dr., across from Ashley Pond Park for the Los Alamos Branch. ‘We’re super excited,’ Kain said, adding that installation of a fence around the property and landscaping is scheduled for August. The bank hopes the project will be completed within two years, Kain said. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/

From left, Title Guaranty Owner/President Denise Terrazas, Los Alamos County Economic Development Administrator Read More

Concepto Tambor Spices Up Crowd For Nosotros

Video: Just a taste of Concepto Tambor performing Friday night at the Los Alamos Concert Series. Video by Bonnie J. Gordon/

Albuquerque Afro-Latin band Concepto Tambor returned to Ashley Pond to open for Nosotros Friday at the first concert of the Los Alamos Summer Concert Series. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/

The sound of panpipes wafted over Ashley Pond Park Friday. Photo by Bonnie J.  Gordon/

Keeping the beat for Concepto Tambor Friday night. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ Read More

Zia, Del Norte & LAPS Credit Unions Sponsoring First Summer Concert Of 2022 Season Tonight!

The staff of Zia, Del Norte and Los Alamos Public Schools credit unions donned colorful T-shirts this afternoon to party with Nosotros, tonight’s headline band on the first night of the Los Alamos Summer Concert season. The event takes place at Ashley Pond Pavilion. Nosotros takes the stage around 7:30 p.m. Concepto Tambor opens the show at 6 p.m. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ Read More

Scenes From Arts Council Spring Arts & Crafts Fair

Veronica Sandoval of Honey Lovin shows off her many products for sale. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/

Jeweler Kathy Anderson of Golden Ram Metalsmithing shows off one of her favorite pieces. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/

Ryan Greer with his wooden works of art. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/

Colorful metal art display. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/

Eric Louis of Contemporary Acoma Pottery helps a customer make her choice. Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/

Artist Marie Lorraine Harrison, right, chats with a customer at her booth Read More

Roaring 20s Party At Fuller Lodge Will Benefit Wildlife Conservation Saturday April 30

RMEF News:

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) is holding a Roaring 20s fundraising event 5 p.m. Saturday, April 30 at Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos.

This event is for women to have a great time while raising money for New Mexico wildlife habitat. Attendees can participate in the live auction, silent auction, basket raffle, ‘20s games, and ‘20s cocktails.

Prizes and auction items include jewelry, firearms, home accents, and much more. For additional authenticity, dress up as a flapper girl (or other ‘20s style), enter through the speakeasy door, learn to dance the Charleston, and eat ‘20s Read More

Opera Guilds Host Young Voices At Fuller Lodge Sunday

Members of Young Voices who are performing 2 p.m. Sunday, March 20 at Fuller Lodge. Courtesy/LAOG

Vice President
Los Alamos Opera Guild

Hosted by the Los Alamos and Española Opera Guilds of The Santa Fe Opera, four members of Young Voices will perform a short program at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 20 at Fuller Lodge.

It was March 1, 2020 when members of the group last performed for this “annual” event. Guild members planning this event are thrilled to welcome four members of the group back.

The performance is open to all – families with children are welcome. Masks and vaccinations are requested. Read More

Republican Sharon Dry Files For County Council

Sharon Dry is a Republican candidate for County Council. She is a Los Alamos native. Her three children and seven grandchildren have all attended Los Alamos Public Schools. ‘Los Alamos has been a safe and wonderful place to live, work and raise a family,’ Dry said. The loss of many local businesses and reasonable costs for home repairs and updates are two of the issues that concern Dry, she said, adding that she would like to revisit the LARES recommendations and resolve the issues around Sirphey. ‘I feel like I can make a difference,’  Dry said. ‘I’d like to see more diversity of opinion on the County Read More