Downtown Friday Night Series Returns for 2014

Lots of cool exhibits available at Bradbury Science Museum. Courtesy photo

LACDC News:

The Downtown Friday Night series begins this Friday, June 13 with various programming scheduled for the evening. Los Alamos cultural programmers including the Los Alamos Historical Society and the Bradbury Science Museum have put together special programming to coincide with the night.

“Downtown Friday Nights is a great opportunity to experience activities offered by the cultural providers in Los Alamos. The organizations collaborated to provide Los Alamos many after hour activities,” said Nicole Kliebert, Creative District Curator, “We recommend strolling downtown so nothing is missed.”

The Bradbury Science Museum invites people to check out Snap Circuits, Little Bits, and Squishy Circuits. Did you know play dough conducts electricity? You’ll want to check it out. The museum stays open late until 7:30 p.m. Friday.

The Los Alamos Historical Museum debuts the new exhibit, “Celebrating Excellence in Los Alamos Education: Past, Present, and Future,” with an opening 4-6 p.m. Friday

Finish the night off with music by the Red Elvises at the very popular Gordon’s Summer Concert, sponsored by KRSN AM 1490. The concert starts at 7 p.m. All events are free and open to the public.  

The Los Alamos Creative District has designation by the New Mexico Arts and Cultural Districts. The Creative District focuses on sharing the unique creative heritage of Los Alamos with residents and visitors by curating and providing local cultural programming.

A 2013 Gordons Summer Concert caps off Downtown Friday Nights. Courtesy photo

 

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