NALWO invites all Fermilab women,visitors,
and guests to the annual Spring Tea hosted by
Ms.Beth Witherell at Site 29;10am -Noon.Please
bring a favorite dessert or appetizer to share.
For additional information please contact Sue,
x5059 or firstname.lastname@example.org
MAY 5 -MAY 8: FERMILAB FRIENDS
FOR SCIENCE EDUCATION
Scholarship/Membership Drive,WH Atrium,
11:30am -1:30pm.FFSE provides Scholarships
so that students,teachers,and families can attend
sponsored activities & programs.Won ’t you
help?Your membership dues,donations,and
purchases support Science Education!Visit
us each day;Mon & Wed: Hands-on Activities;
Tues:Investigate Water Critters; Thurs:Figure
with Fermi.For more info,see
The next Virtual Ask-a-Scientist will be on
Tuesday,May 6 from 7-9 p.m.Central Time.
Bruce Baller and Chris White,both of the MINOS
experiment will answer questions live online.
For more information,go to
WELLNESS WORKS PRESENTS
BROWN BAG SEMINARS
Thursday,May 8:“Meditation:Getting Back to
You,”Virginia McDonough LCSW,of The Healing
Arts at Park Place.
Website for Fermilab events: http://www.fnal.gov/faw/events.html
- To postdoctoral researcher Sebastian Jester (ID
13669N), of Fermilab’s Experimental Astrophysics
Group:the Otto Hahn Medal, from the Max Planck
Society. The medal is awarded annually to recent
PhDs, along with a stipend for research abroad at
an institution of the recipient’s choosing.
- First baby bison of the season at
Fermilab, on April 15.
FERMILAB ARTS SERIES 2002-2003 SEASON
May 10, 2003
Tickets - $26 ($13 ages 18 and under)
Fermilab is pleased to provide a rare opportunity
to see one of the most influential groups in
Tickets for all Fermilab Events are available
now. For further information or telephone
reservations, call 630/840-ARTS weekdays
from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Additional information
is available at www.fnal.gov/culture.
FERMILAB FILM SERIES
All shows are Friday nights at 8 p.m.in Ramsey
Auditorium.Tickets are $4 for adults,$1 for children
(under 12),and $2 for Fermilab students,and
are sold only at the door.Please join us for
refreshments and discussion after the film.
USA (2001),145 min.Dir:David Lynch.
Lynch’s atmospheric film noir intertwines the stories
of Betty (Naomi Watts), a perky Hollywood hopeful,
and Rita (Laura Harring), amnesiac from a car
accident along Mulholland Drive, with strange and
macabre doings in the world behind the scenes of
showbiz. Originally a pilot for a TV series,the film
weaves together disparate plot lines and characters
in a way that may or may not ultimately make any
rational sense...you decide.