Historical Society Board members, staff and Executive Director Heather McClenahan, center, in front of Historic Fuller Lodge. Photo by Chris Clark/ladailypost.com
Nov. 26 is Small Business Saturday and an opportunity for the community to show its support by visiting and shopping at local small businesses.
The Los Alamos Historical Society preserves, promotes, and communicates the remarkable history and inspiring stories of Los Alamos and its people for our community, for the global audience, and for future generations.
We do this through the Los Alamos History Museum, the Los Alamos Historical Society Archives and Collection, publications through Bathtub Row Press, ownership and interpretation of historic buildings, and educational programs such as our lecture series and tours.
The Los Alamos Historical Society was established in 1967 with the Los Alamos Historical Museum following a year later in 1968. We have become an established partner with the National Park Service, maintaining the history of the Manhattan Project through the Manhattan Project National Historical Park.
We are very excited to have the Grand Re-opening of the new Los Alamos History Museum campus Dec 30, 2016.
The Historical Society is always looking for dedicated volunteers to help out in a number of areas. Volunteering with the Los Alamos Historical Society is fun! It’s an opportunity to meet new friends, experience history first-hand, and be of service to the community.
To volunteer, contact Todd at 505.695.5250 or at visit email@example.com.