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July 6, 2013

Bulletin #173:   Reminder: “Nuclear Abolition Week” events in NM, starting TONIGHT in Los Alamos

Dear friends –

In solidarity with organizations in 75 countries and many other international organizations we here in New Mexico are celebrating “Nuclear Abolition Week,” starting tonight at 6:00 pm with a screening of Robert Frye’s award-winning “In My Lifetime” documentary at Fuller Lodge[1] in Los Alamos at 2132 Central Ave (map).   The film will be followed by a discussion of current nuclear weapons issues.

We’ll have three other showings and discussions this week, all at 6:00 pm:

  • Tomorrow, July 7, in Taos, at the Taos Town Council Chambers, 120 Civic Plaza Drive (map).  
  • Friday, July 12, at the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, 601 Eubank Blvd. SE, Albuquerque (map).  The Museum is co-sponsoring the event.  
  • Saturday, July 13, at the Santa Fe Woman’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe (map).  At this event we will have with us special guest Kathy Christison – writer, former CIA analyst and long-time Study Group member, coauthor with her late husband of Palestine in Pieces and other writings on the Middle East.  
Please do come if you can.  There will be a suggested donation of $10 to cover our costs.  

In addition to these special events we also have these regular Study Group meetings coming up:
  • Thursday, July 11: 6:00 pm at the CloudCliff Bakery (not Second Street Brewery), 1805 2nd St., Santa Fe (SE corner of 2nd St. and Lena St; Google Maps is a little inaccurate).
  • Thursday, July 18: 6:00 pm at 2901 Summit Place NE, Albuquerque (map). 
Thanks, and looking forward to seeing some of you this week and next,

Greg, Trish, and Mia, for the Study Group

P.S.: In case you missed them:

[1] Fuller Lodge was built for the Los Alamos Ranch School.  It can be seen in its original setting here; in use for a Manhattan Project party here.

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