Cowboy Breakfast at the Lodge, First Sunday of Every Month

Cowboy breakfast at the lodge generally first Sunday of every month!  Look for the signs and banner around town. Come out to the lodge and enjoy a great Cowboy breakfast complete with

Eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, coffee, juice, milk.

Cost:  $10 adults, 5$ children.

Pancakes include:  Plain, Chocolate chip, Blueberry, and Banana!

Cowboy Dinner and Dance After the Rodeo August 12

Howdy everyone!  The Los Alamos Sheriff’s Posse is hosting a Cowboy Dinner and Dance after the Rodeo on Saturday August 12th!  Come on out for a great meal and some great music and dancing.  Dinner starts at 5:00 PM.  Music and Dancing start at 7:00 PM.  Details include:

Menu:  Steve Wallin’s BBQ!  Prime Rib, Salmon, Brats, Coleslaw, Baked Beans, Bread and Dessert.  Hotdog plate for the kids.

Music and Dance:  Bill Hearne will be playing from 7:00 to 10:00 pm.  Dance to Roots Country, Western Swing, and Rockabilly!

Location:  Los Alamos Sheriff’s Posse Lodge, 650 N. Mesa Rd, Los Alamos (near the stables)

Cost:  $20 Adult Dinner.  Children 10 and under only $5

Join the Sheriff’s Posse!

The Los Alamos Sheriff’s Posse needs more volunteers!

We’re looking for people to help us in all areas to keep the Posse and its events running.  Joining the Posse and working with us is a great way to preserve the historical Lodge building, give something back to the community, interact with a great group of people, and maintain a true grass-roots local volunteer effort – something that is becoming very rare.  Posse members also get to use the Lodge rent-free with appropriate participation.

Click Here to go to the membership page to learn more or to join!


Valentine’s Dance was a Blast!


The Valentine’s dance at the Lodge on Saturday Feb 15th was a blast!  Broomdust Caravan provided the dance music!   Dinner was brisket, beans, slaw and chocolate-dipped strawberries!

Dancers and Diners!Pic2

Posse volunteers!Pic3



Mitch Pfaff Eagle Scout Project

Mitch Pfaff carried out his Eagle Scout project at the Posse Lodge on August 24th, 2013.  With his crew of scouts and adult volunteers, he replaced the roof on the storage shed immediately behind the lodge, removed the old shed near the woods, applied base coat paint to Cowboy Breakfast signs, and water sealed the porch swings.  Click on an image to enlarge it.








Posse Lodge Capital Improvement Fund

The lodge is in need of repairs.

Over the years, the building and infrastructure have deteriorated and are in need of repairs. Two main areas have been identified as requiring immediate attention: the septic system and the kitchen. Our septic system is showing its age and has been requiring ever more frequent (and evidently not free) pumpings. Without a new septic system, the lodge simply can’t operate as we wouldn’t be able to cook food for the monthly breakfasts nor operate the bathrooms. Also showing its age is the building’s kitchen. We’ve recently added a new, commercial grade stove, but to serve the 200 to 400 people who come through our doors on the first Sunday of every month requires some needed repairs. The state, as part of its regular inspections, has also identified areas of the kitchen that need repairs and we are working with them to satisfy their requirements.

To donate.

Anyone wishing to make donations may do so by making a deposit to the “Sheriff’s Posse of LA Capital Improvements Account” at Enterprise Bank & Trust in person or over the phone, or by mailing a check to the Los Alamos County Sheriff’s Posse at 650 North Mesa Road, Los Alamos, NM 87544. All donations will be used exclusively for capital improvements.


A portion of the already received donations has been used and work on the new septic system is underway. Thank you to all those that have already donated and allowed us to achieve this goal. Next is the kitchen!

[Note: a previous version of this page mistakenly identified the new septic system has being a greener option with a UV degradation stage and grey water system. This was an error and, in fact, a standard system was successfully installed.]