Ski film ‘Way of Life’ screens in Breckenridge
October 18, 2013
Teton Gravity Research is heading back to Breckenridge for the one-night-only premiere of its new high-definition ski film, "Way of Life." The film will screen twice today at three20south, 320 S. Main St., Breckenridge, once at 8 p.m. and again at 10.
For some, embracing the mountains is not just part of life — it's a way of life. Shot on location in 2013, "Way Of Life" takes you on a journey to the mountains and inside the minds of today's top athletes. With stunning imagery created with GSS, Red Cinema and the Sony Action Cam, this film explores the origins of skiing in Austria, the search for original lines in Alaska and the U.S. Freeskiing Team's quest for Olympic gold. The adventure also leads athletes to the rugged terrain of Jackson Hole, Wyo., and the Tetons, as well as the backcountry of British Columbia. This journey takes them across the globe as they form a brotherhood that needs no language. After all, a smile on a powder day needs no translation.
Featured athletes include Sage Cattabriga-Alosa, Tim Durtschi, Sammy Carlson, Dash Longe, Dana Flahr, Todd Ligare, Griffin Post, Angel Collinson, Ian McIntosh, Dylan Hood, John Spriggs, Colter Hinchliffe, Max Hammer, Daniel Tisi, Willie Borm and the U.S. Olympic Freeskiing team.
There is a $6 cover charge for the film, or come early and see both showings for the same price. The first screening is for all ages; the second is for an audience 21 and older. For more information, visit http://www.three20south.com.
Arts and entertainment briefs from Breckenridge, Summit County and beyond: Get an early-season dose of snow at three20south
Heritage Alliance begins fall hours
The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance moved to its fall schedule for tours this week. The Alliance will now offer its Behind Swinging Doors Saloon Tour on Thursdays at 5 p.m.; Iowa Hill Gold Miner's Hike at 10 a.m., Historic Walking Tours at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and Haunted Tour of Breckenridge at 7:30 p.m. on Fridays; Historic Walking Tours at 11 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. on Saturdays; and French Gulch Gold Mine and Dredge Hike at 10 a.m. on Sundays.
Special tours are also being offered Oct. 30 and 31 for Halloween. For a complete schedule of tours, tour descriptions and times and more information about the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance, visit http://breckheritage.com.
Resort Chamber mixer and ribbon cutting
The Breckenridge Resort Chamber will hold its October mixer Wednesday at Summit Thrift and Treasure, 1745 Airport Road. The Lost Cajun will provide food, with beer from Bud Light and wine from DexOne. The event is $5 for members and $10 for nonmembers. For additional information, call Jen Goldstein at (970) 453-5058.
The Resort Chamber also will host a ribbon cutting at Art Supply Breckenridge on Thursday. The ribbon cutting, which starts at 5 p.m., will feature appetizers, free three-minute pastel portraits with Cecelia Eidemiller, free watercolor workshop demos with Mauricio Menesa and a kids' coloring competition.
Art Supply Breckenridge is located at 201 S. Ridge St., on the southeast corner of Ridge and Washington. For more information, visit Art Supply Breckenridge on Facebook.
Carriage House wine dinner is Nov. 14
The Carriage House 18th annual wine dinner will be held at Taddeo's Restaurant on Nov. 14. Proceeds benefit the Carriage House early childhood learning center in Breckenridge.
This year's event starts at 6 p.m. with a silent auction, appetizers and a three-course dinner with wine pairings. Tickets are $90 per person, $500 for a table of six or $820 for a table of 10. Space is limited, and seats and tables can be reserved by calling (970) 453-6423.
The dinner has partnered with the Mountain Top Children's Museum for child care during the event. Drop your child off at the museum, located at 605 S. Park Ave. in Breckenridge, for an evening of experiments, art projects and dinner from Mi Casa from 6 to 10 p.m. The kids' night out is for children ages 2 to 12 and is $30 per child and $10 for each additional sibling. A minimum number of children must be registered for the event to happen, and reservations can be made by calling (970) 333-7353.
Grand Lodge hosts two weekends of Fall Fest
In its third year, the Grand Lodge on Peak 7's Fall Fest expands to two Saturdays — today and Oct. 26. Bring the kids for an afternoon of child-friendly fun, including face painting, pumpkin and caramel apple decorating, trick-or-treating throughout the resort and more. Kids can win prizes in the game tent, jump around in the bounce house and dance to the always-entertaining DJ Summit.
Fall Fests are free to attend and open to the public, and Sevens restaurant will have a fall-themed menu of food and drinks available for purchase. With Halloween just around the corner, costumes are encouraged.
Fall Fest runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Grand Lodge on Peak 7, 1979 Ski Hill Road in Breckenridge. Street parking is allowed on Ski Hill Road; look for the signs. For more information, visit the Grand Lodge on Peak 7's Facebook page or visit http://www.grandlodgeonpeak7.com.
Open house at Grant
Street studios in Denver
The Grant Street Art Studios, located at 19th and Grant, right near downtown Denver, will be open to the public this weekend. The studios are housed in an Italian Renaissance Revival building that originally housed Denver's Central Catholic High School.
In the 1980s, the school was closed and converted into the Samaritan House, a homeless shelter, which later relocated to a larger building at 23rd and Lawrence. Little Sisters of the Poor operated an AIDS hospice in the south wing of the building until 2009, while Grant Street Art Studios occupied the north wing as it continues to do up to the present day.
There are about 25 artists that have studios in the building, with artists specializing in all different mediums. Take this opportunity to see the work of many artists in a beautiful, historic Denver building. The studios will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. today and Sunday. For more information, find the Grant Street Art Studios on Facebook.
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