For many years 'mass transit' to our local ski area consisted of thumbing a ride at the 'Hitching Post' at the bottom of the road up the mountain. While effective (if hard to schedule) for one or two people, it didn't work for groups heading up. For the past few months there has been another option called 'The Blue Bus'. Early reports were dubious, but ridership has been building and the Mountain Trail Blue Bus looks like a success.
WHAT: FADE TO WINTER by Matchstick Productions WHEN: Thursday, November 5, 6:30 & 8:00pm WHERE: Jean Cocteau Cinema, 418 Montezuma, Santa Fe, NM TICKETS: $10 at the door WHY: to benefit the Adaptive Sports Program
“That coal has to stay in the ground. You can’t make the math of climate change work if you get the huge coal deposits of the Powder River Basin out and pour them into the atmosphere.”
— Bill McKibben, author, scholar and environmentalist
I don't envy their equipment (low leather boots and scary bindings), but I do envy their style. I've loved old travel posters for years and just came across this auction catalog of vintage tourism and ski posters. While some of these are well out of my price range, a few are temptingly affordable and unsold. Browsing the posters is a pleasantly nostalgic way to spend a sunny Friday afternoon.
WHAT: DAYS OF MY YOUTH by Red Bull Media House and Matchstick Productions WHEN: Friday, November 14, 6:00 & 8:30pm WHERE: CinemaCafé, 1616 St. Michael's Drive, Santa Fe, NM TICKETS: $10 at the door WHY: to benefit the Adaptive Sports Program