Mesa Public Library Offers Rewards-Based Adventure For Area Newcomers – Los Alamos Reporter


The Mesa Public Library, in partnership with several local institutions, hosts Newcomer Adventure: Welcome to Los Alamos for those new to the Los Alamos community and ready to explore! This program starts today, March 1st, is free to the public and operates year-round. Designed to help newcomers familiarize themselves with their surroundings, the rewards-based program offers a fun and structured way to experience Los Alamos and White Rock.

To participate in the program, pick up the Newcomer Adventure flyer (which will provide additional instructions) at a participating location: Mesa Public Library, White Rock Branch Library, Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce, Los Alamos Visitor Center, White Rock Visitor Center, Betty Ehart Senior Center, White Rock Senior Center, Bradbury Science Museum, Los Alamos History Museum, Los Alamos County Animal Shelter, Los Alamos County Aquatic Center, Fuller Lodge Art Center, Los Alamos Nature Center (Pajarito Environmental Education Center) and Los Alamos Eco Station .

To complete the Newcomer’s Adventure, follow the instructions on the flyer to collect one token of each color – red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple – from at least six of the eleven pickup locations. For example, you can find your orange token at the Betty Ehart Senior Center or the White Rock Senior Center. When you’ve collected all six tokens, take them to the Mesa Public Library or White Rock Branch Library to exchange for a free Los Alamos-themed book. Twelve choices of books are available, limit of one book per household. There is no time or age limit for this adventure. All newcomers to Los Alamos are invited to participate!

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