LAAC NEWS RELEASE
The Los Alamos Arts Council is excited to partner with N3B to bring Los Alamos and our neighbors the annual Pumpkin Glow at Fuller Lodge on Saturday, Oct. 28.
“We are so grateful to N3B for stepping up to support and fund this wonderful community event”, says LAAC Executive Director Brandi Engeman. “We’re so excited for this year’s program and this sponsorship comes at a critical time for our organization as we ramp up to support artists during the Affordable Arts annual exhibit. Funding like this ensures we have adequate resources to fulfill our mission at all levels.”
Pumpkin Glow will kick off Saturday Oct. 28 at 10 a.m. with a carving party at the Fuller Lodge. The first 60 pumpkins will be free (one per family). Los Alamos Schools Choirs will be on site selling more pumpkins or participants can bring their own.
There will be activities throughout the day including a carving contest, pumpkin “toddle” before dusk for those with smaller kids who don’t want to be out after dark, and of course, the big show beginning at dusk.
For more details, visit: https://www.losalamosartscouncil.org/pumpkin-glow
Los Alamos Arts Council is a 501c3 non-profit dedicated to uniting our community through the arts. Donations to the Arts Council support cultural programs, art education, and gallery exhibit programs at the Fuller Lodge Art Center.
N3B manages the 10-year, $2.1 billion Los Alamos Legacy Cleanup Contract for the U.S. Department of Energy Environmental Management Los Alamos Field Office.