FermiNews - October 2003|
The October issue of FermiNews is now available online.
Hard copies are being delivered to all mail stations.
New Classified Ads on Fermilab Today
New classified ads have been posted on Fermilab Today.
The ads will remain posted for a week. A permanent link to the
classifieds is located in the bottom left corner of Fermilab Today.
Prairie Harvest Tomorrow
Join us as we work to revive the native grasslands that were destroyed during the area's settlement in the nineteenth century. Over 1100 acres of tallgrass prairie have been reconstructed at Fermilab, and the diversity of plants will continue to increase . . .with your help!
Fermilab Offers Behind-the-Scenes Tour on 10/5
The two-hour program includes a 30-minute presentation by Fermilab
physicist Erik Ramberg, a tour of an experimental assembly area,
and a visit to the popular viewing area on the 15th floor of Fermilab's
Wilson Hall. Fermilab employees are encouraged to bring family and friends!
Register before noon on Friday!
Missing your book?
The Fermilab library recently received a book,
Reader's Digest "Faszinierende Forschung,"
that they did not order. If anybody in the lab ordered this book,
please stop by the library on the third floor of Wilson Hall to pick it up.
Fermilab Association of Rocketry Monthly Club Launch
The Fermilab Association if Rocketry (FAR) is having it's
next monthly club launch on October 4, 2003 from noon until
Silk and Thistle Scottish Dancers
Fermilab's Silk and Thistle Scottish Dancers present
"Frolic on the Fox 8," an informal Scottish Ball,on Saturday,
Oct. 3. Dancing begins at 7:30 p.m. at the Baker Community Center,
101 South Second Street in St. Charles. Entrance is $12 at the door, but non-dancers
are welcome to observe and listen from the adjoining lounge for $2. There
will be live music by "O'er the Border," a band that includes local flutist
Susan Conant, plus Mike Briggs and Dave Mullen of Madison, Wis., as well as
bagpipe music by Michael Fitak.