November 22, 2017

Archives for May 2012

Shuter Library Free Trial Membership

Shuter Library of Angel Fire is offering a 2 week free trial membership! Email us today to get started! Offer good for our digital collection through May.

The Shuter Library is proud to offer eBooks and digital audio books to our members!

Memberships available beginning at $40. All you need is an Internet connection and a library card.

A great value value compared to Kindle book prices, Amazon Prime or Audible.com.

Find us on the Web at www.shuterlibrary.net, send us email at info@shuterlibrary.net or give us a call at 575-377-6755.

Angel Fire Community Flea Market

When: Saturday, June 30, 2012 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Where: Centro Plaza Parking Lot, Cove Arts Center (Yellow Building)

But it, sell it, you keep the money!

10′ x 15′ space available to private parties for food and retail vendors.

$10 for Chamber members and $25 for non members.

Advanced reservations are required so reserve your space now!

Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, Centro Plaza, 3407 Hwy 434, Angel Fire, New Mexico.

Stop by the Chamber or call Jo at 575-377-6353.

Annual Spring Clean-Up Day

Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 12, 2012 for the annual Spring clean up.

We will meet at the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce at 8:30 am to sign in, pick up trash bags, gloves, instructions and a ticket to the barbecue which will be held at the Community Center at noon.

Thanks for your participation to help keep our town beautiful!

All Things Twisted Says “I Know Jo, Do You?”

By Jo Mixon

This week’s featured I Know Jo member is All Things Twisted.

Oh my goodness was this week’s story fun. I walked away feeling very accomplished! My sister D.J and I both learned how to make earrings. I am wearing them as I type. Anita George, owner of All Things Twisted located in Centro Plaza, patiently taught us how to do this intricate art craft. She told us it could be addicting. I believe her now.

Anita opened All Things Twisted in January 2011. She wanted to open a bead shop. Lisa Sutton wanted to open a consignment shop. Since they share the space in Centro Plaza, they agreed on a compromise. Anita started beading in middle school on a loom using tiny seed beads. She beamed as she pulled out the loom and the box in which she keeps her seed beads, telling us, it is the same box she’s had since middle school! She then showed us the beautiful bracelets she now makes on the loom. Recently she has started using larger beads. Her store is filled with many shapes and types of beads, as well as fabulous hand-made jewelry. She loves to up-cycle older items and turn them into new purposed jewelry. She showed us bracelets with clasps made from old earrings and earrings made from the metal spikes of golf shoes.

We began our class, with the help of Anita’s young apprentice River Smith, learning the different tools she uses and what function they serve. She let us make several practice pairs, and then turned us loose to pick out the beads we wanted for our earrings. That was really the hardest part! Decisions, decisions, decisions. I ended up choosing black and white beads because I wear a lot of dark clothing, and my sister chose beads in shades of green. Under Anita’s watchful eye, we turned them into works of art! I am very happy with my earrings.

I asked Anita how she came to make Angel Fire her home. She said she had always dreamed of living in a Yurt somewhere in the trees. She even put the desire in a dream box. After coming to Angel Fire and working a few summers, she shared her desire with a friend. This friend told Anita about a neighbor next to the Girl Scout Ranch who had a yurt in his backyard. Negotiations went well and she packed her bags to move from St. Louis about seven years ago. She lived in the yurt for about five years, but now owns a home between Angel Fire and Eagle Nest.

Anita would love for everyone to visit her shop and learn to bead. You choose the day and the time to schedule your classes. All Things Twisted offers them Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at either 11:00 am, 2:00 pm, or 4:00 pm. Call 505-919-8797 for group rates and times. All ages are welcome. No experience is necessary. Anita supplies the tools and materials for each class. You pick the project and she’ll show you how to make it. The classes are usually about two hours long and you’ll walk away with new jewelry that you made yourself! Or if you don’t have the desire to do-it-yourself, she has plenty in stock that she has made for sale.

Anita said she’d love to have a few Mother/Daughter classes for Mother’s Day. It sounds like fun. I’m glad I got to share this experience with my sister and we both felt our mother would have loved it, too!

All Things Twisted is located in Centro Plaza at 3407 Mountain View Blvd. in Angel Fire, next door to the Chamber of Commerce. Come on over to shop or learn.

Cow Elk Hunt Raffle

There will be a cow elk hunt raffle at the Bobcat Ranch of the Sandia Pueblo. It will be a 3 day hunt.

Ticket donations are $20 each and there will be a drawing held on Memorial Day, May 28, 2012.

You can purchase tickets at the Foundation’s Gift Shop at the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial.

Please call 585-377-6900 for more information.

Historic Ranch Retreat

Cimarroncita in Ute Park, NM

  • Best Private “Tailwater” on Hwy 64
  • Pristine Open Water Casting
  • Huge Population of Healthy Stream Born Brown Trout
  • Amazing Insect Hatches June to September
  • Season: June 1 through September 30
  • Casting Lessons
  • Fly Fishing Workshops

10% Lodging Discounts for Booking before June 1st
Promotional Code GRD12

For more information and reservations call 866-376-2482 or www.cimarroncita.com.

Salsa Showdown Hoedown

It’s time for our Cinco de May fiesta!

When: May 5 & 6, 2012

Where: Laguna Vista Lodge, 51 E. Therma Dr., Eagle Nest, NM 87718

Salsa Making Contest

Winner gets bragging rights and his/her picture displayed in the Saloon as the Salsa Showdown Champion!

Great Personalities Wanted

Great personalities are wanted for full time and part time positions at the Historic Laguna Vista Saloon in Eagle Nest, NM.

We are looking for persons with charisma plus we will train bartending, cocktailing, hosting and tour guiding.

Make an appointment for an interview by calling 575-770-0265.

Hatcha’s Grill Spring Hours

Please note our Spring hours below:

OPEN:
Tuesday thru Friday
10:00 am to 7:00 pm

CLOSED:
Saturday, Sunday, and Monday

We will be extending summer hours and open to you on May 26, 2012.

The Hatcha’s Family thanks you for your business, support, and choosing Hatcha’s Grill!

3453 Mountain View Blvd
Angel Fire, NM 87710

Spring Is Here & The Shelter Is Full!

Cats, cats and more cats! At Stray Hearts we’ve got ’em! All shapes, sizes, colors! Adoption fee is just $20 after Angel Sponsorship.

Dogs, dogs and more dogs! May dog adoption special, all pit and pit mix dogs is 50% off normal adoption fees!

Adoption fees include spay/neuter, vaccinations, bag of food and one month of pet insurance.

Adopt a new best friend… TODAY!

Come see us at:

1200 St. Francis Ln.
Taos, NM 87710
575-758-2981

We’re open Monday to Saturday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm or visit us on the Web at www.strayhearts.org.