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A Red Carpet Affair: A Nuclear Night Out

Saturday Nov 10, 2018

601 Eubank Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM

Phone: 245-2137
Website: Click to Visit






Phone: (505) 260-0199
Website: Click to Visit

The annual cocktail soiree takes off with a fabulous '40s and '50s theme and meander through the exhibits and enjoy hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar, and silent auction is available for bidding.


Join The Junior League of Albuquerque as we celebrate the 1940’s and 1950’s with A Red Carpet Affair: A Nuclear Night Out

at The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History. 

Saturday, November 10, 2018

6pm to 11pm

 Tickets are $75 and can be purchased at

At our annual cocktail soiree, swing and sway through the fabulous 40’s and 50’s as you meander through the exhibits of the museum.  Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served, the cash bar will be open and as always, our Silent Auction will be on display for your bidding pleasure.

Proceeds from A Red Carpet Affair benefit The Junior League of Albuquerque’s mission and our focus on promoting a successful transition out of foster care for aged out youth in our community. And beginning this year, our Signature Project – The Junior League of Albuquerque’s Diaper Bank. One of two Diaper Banks in Albuquerque.

The Junior League of Albuquerque (JLA) is a nonprofit organization focused on making a difference in our community for over 80 years. What you might not know is that the JLA has adopted a new Community Impact Focus involving Foster Children (both funding and volunteer hours), specifically aging out foster youth, while also sustaining a commitment to offer additional significant volunteer resources throughout the community in all areas of need. As you can imagine, the demand for basic needs and help has increased exponentially in our community over the past couple of years, but the good news is that the JLA remains highly engaged, responsive and committed to the pressing needs in our community.

It would be a privilege to have your support in our efforts in awarding grants and training women to be catalysts for positive change in our community. By working with the Junior League of Albuquerque, you will be helping to train women to be effective leaders and trained volunteers. Most importantly - 100% of your generosity will ultimately provide impact in the community we share!