Satch Cowan Trail Dedication Monday
Join the Councilors at the trailhead at 11 a.m. as they “cut the ribbon” to open the new trail honoring Helen “Satch” Cowan. Meet at the trailhead of the Quemazon Trail in Western Area – hope to see you there! Read the News Release here:
Chat with the Chief on Monday
Police Chief Wayne Torpy will be in his office from 2 to 3 p.m., Oct. 22 and invites any member of the public to “drop by” and chat with him at the Police Department (next to the Justice Center at Ashley Pond Park.)
Special Council meeting on Tuesday
They’ll discuss several Charter Review items and are likely to make some determinations about a future special election to send them to a public vote (note that Tuesday night’s discussions are not related to the items currently on the general election ballot for Nov. 6.) The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in Chambers. Read more about the Charter Review here:
Enjoy Trick-or-Treat on MainStreet Next Friday!
It’s the annual, family-friendly event sponsored by MainStreet and supported by all of those friendly downtown businesses and organizations. Trick-or-treaters will flood our downtown dressed in their costumes to collect lots of candy and goodies – plus, don’t forget the County Recreation division sponsors more spooky fun like the Pumpkin Splash and Halloween Carnival on Saturday, Oct. 27 at the Aquatic Center – for details, link here:
Early Voting Begins Saturday, Oct. 20
Starting at 10 a.m., you can vote at the Community Building in Los Alamos, or the White Rock Fire Station – review more important election information when you visit the Clerk’s webpage here: http://www.losalamosnm.us/clerk/Pages/Elections.aspx
Warmin’ things up at the Pool
It’s a Warm Water Weekend – and that means the pool will be warmed up on Saturday and Sunday, along with inflatable toys and movies in the foyer. Meet your friends and family at the Aquatic Center and have a great time.
Authors Speak: Margaret Wood: Remembering Miss O’Keefe: Stories from Abiquiu
Don’t miss this delightful talk coming up at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25 in the rotunda of Mesa Library as Margaret Wood shares stories and memories of her time spent as companion and caretaker of Georgia O’Keefe, one of New Mexico’s (and the world’s) most well-known and iconic artists. The talks are FREE, with refreshments and the opportunity to meet the author afterwards.