This is a very early notice of something that hasn't been officially announced yet. Argonne National Lab, the oldest US national laboratory, will be having its first Open House since Sept. 11. The Open House will be held on Sat. Oct. 7th. This promises to be a very important and exciting event. Several dignitaries, including political representatives, government officials, and community leaders, are expected to attend the open house. Yours truly is the representative for the High Energy Physics division in the Open House organizing committee. I'm very excited with the planned exhibits that we will have this year for our division. This will include a tour of the accelerator facility that I'm working in. I don't mean just looking through a glass window, I mean that you will get to go into the accelerator tunnel and get to within 4 feet of an actual, working, experimental accelerator (just ask Tom if you don't believe me). We are also planning on exhibiting the TrICE telescope for looking at high energy cosmic rays, and a whole slew of other activities. All the divisions at Argonne will be doing similar exhibits. So if you happen to be in the neighbhorhood during that time, or can come for the weekend, why not stop by? Please make sure you bring a valid picture ID with you for security purposes. If you think you can make it, drop me a note so that I can keep an eye out for you and take you into other parts of the accelerator complex that are not open to the public. Zz.