Los Alamos Creative District’s Fourth Fridays returns to downtown Los Alamos Friday, Sept. 25.
Fourth Fridays is a monthly event that offers special programming at Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos Historical Society, Fuller Lodge Art Center, The Nature Center and Mesa Public Library.
Fourth Fridays happens on the fourth Friday of each month and also promotes special offerings from participating local businesses.
This month Fourth Friday special events and include:
The Bradbury Science Museum will feature Illusions of Light and Reflection: Celebrate the International Year of Light by experimenting with kaleidoscopes, mirrors, and shadows. Don’t miss it! This will be open 4-6 p.m., at 1350 Central Ave.
The Nature Center presents Fourth Friday Fractals! Journey into the never-ending world of fractals in an amazing tour of science, math and art. Fantastic Fractals is the spectacular, award-winning full dome planetarium show that takes viewers on a tour of the fractals in nature and zooms through infinitely complex mathematical fractals. Featuring original music, the show is both educational and highly entertaining, and suitable for audiences 3 and up. Tickets may be purchased in advance at the Nature Center for $10 for Adults and $8 for children. Seating is limited. Call or stop by the Nature Center before the show to reserve your seat. Located at 2600 Canyon Road, Fractals will run 7-7:45 p.m.
The Fuller Lodge Art Center hosts the Opening Reception for the Absinthe Minded gallery show 5-7 p.m., at 2132 Central Ave.
The Los Alamos Historical Society will feature the Community Museum Exhibit. This is the last exhibit before the museum moves to it’s new temporary home at the Teen Center at Ashley Pond while the existing building undergoes a year–long renovation. Pat Burns will play guitar 4-6 p.m. at 1050 Bathtub Row.
Special promotions from local business will be announced next week. Local businesses interested in participating in Fourth Fridays should contact Nicole Kliebert at Nicole@losalamos.org. Fourth Fridays will continue Oct. 23.
May the Fourth be with you!
The mission of the Creative District is to advance the community’s unique creative identity and generate increased economic prosperity by curating and providing local cultural programming that connects a broad range of stakeholders.