November 22, 2017

Archives for 2014

Angel Fire Photos 2014

Were you spotted in 2014? If not, we hope to spot you in 2015!

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We love our skier!

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Photo courtesy of Stuart Hamilton copyright 2013.

Habla Tamale Festival 2015

eat-tamalesSign up now to help. We could use your assistance!

Call 575-377-6353 or email manager@angelfirechamber.org for more information.

Get involved!

7th Annual Boot Scootin’ Barn Dance & BBQ

boot-scootinWhen: Saturday, January 24, 2015 from 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Where: Angel Fire Community Center

Cost: Adults – $25, Youth (Ages 7-18) – $15, Children (6 & Under) – FREE

Reverse drawing raffle. Win $1,000.00. Only 200 tickets sold. One in 200 chance to win!

Music by Kim and the Caballeros.

Call 575-377-3332 for raffle tickets and additional information.

Sponsored by Holy Angels Mission Church. All proceeds go toward Holy Angels Building Fund.

Saturday Night Race League

afr2Races will start at 4:30 pm on January 24, 2015. This is an all ages event. Points will be awarded for top six racers per team. The course will close no sooner than 6:00 pm. At 6:30 pm all teams will treated to beer and soft drinks for ticket holding participants at the Village Haus. There will be awards for grand prix after last race.

You may have up to eight people on your team including:

  • At least one member of the opposite sex
  • At least one snowboarder, one skier or telemarker

NEW! All participants will be given a RFID card for the season allowing for hands free starts!

Teams must register at the Ski and Snowboard School Office and all participants must have a signed release. The cost for an 8 person team is $160.00. All proceeds benefit Team Angel Fire.

For all ages, skiers, snowboarders and community businesses, schools and resort departments. Get your teams together.

For more information visit Saturday Night Race Team.

Eagle Nest Chamber New Year’s Eve Festivities

eagle-nest-chamberThe Eagle Nest Chamber invites you to their New Year’s Eve Masquerade Dinner & Dance.

When: Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at 5:30 pm

Where: Calamity Jane’s Restaurant & Laguna Vista Saloon

Dinner is $25.00 per person. That gets you an appetizer, a drink and a dessert. Alcoholic drinks can be purchased in the saloon.

5:30 pm – Appetizers in the saloon

6:30 pm to 8:00 pm – Dinner

8:00 pm to Midnight – Dancing in the saloon

Reserve your table and purchase your tickets at the Eagle Nest Chamber office in the Senior Center. Only 60 tickets are available.

Zebs New Year’s Eve Festivities

zebs-drinksOn New Year’s Eve the restaurant will be open until 9:00 pm but the bar will be open late.

Zebs Restaurant & Bar
3431 Mountain View Boulevard

H2 Uptown New Year’s Eve Festivities

h2-uptownRing in the New Year at H2 Uptown.

  • Featuring DJ JP
  • Appetizers
  • Champagne Toast
  • Party Favors

When: Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at 10:00 pm

Cost: $20 Cover

Purchase tickets at H2 Uptown or by calling 575-377-1200. Additional beverages available for purchase.

Angel Fire Resort New Year’s Eve Festivities

afrNew Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade & Fireworks
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Dress warm and meet at the base of the mountain, co-sponsored by the Village of Angel Fire.

Followed by…

New Year’s Eve Party at the Village Haus
9:00 pm to 1:00 am

Dancing, drink specials, and food.

Recycle Angel Fire

recycle-afPlease let your family, friends, and guests know that any RED dumpster throughout Angel Fire is available for public use.

We also deeply encourage everyone to recycle. The Village RECYCLE PARK is located on Highway 434 next door to the municipal offices. Look for the large scrolling sign. There are recycle bins for plastic, glass, aluminum, and cardboard.

Please take the tiny bit of extra time it takes to sort your recyclables from your trash and place them in the proper bins.

Special thanks go out to the Village of Angel Fire, the employees at the Transfer Station and the Sustainability Committee for the time and effort they put forth to provide these earth saving cost efficient measures for us!

Thanks For The Support!

af-comThank you for supporting the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce in 2014.

Once again our Christmas Dinner/Silent Auction was great fun. We want to thank all of these participants for their generous contributions to its success!

  • 24/7 Automotive Performance
  • Access/Media Gallery Gifts
  • Angel Fire Appraisers
  • Angel Flowers by Layna
  • Alpine Lumber
  • Angel Fire Resort
  • Tweeti & Linn Blancett
  • Blue Dawg Furniture
  • Body Mechanics: Kathy Dunbar
  • Cooking Studio of Taos
  • Dean Douglass
  • Enchanted Circle Pottery
  • Mike & Rita Larson
  • Shelley Larson: The Pub n’grub
  • Mountain Sports of Angel Fire
  • RBS True Value
  • Roadrunner Tours
  • Ruidoso Chamber of Commerce
  • Studio 434
  • The Retreat of Angel Fire
  • Dorothy Thrasher
  • Michael Turri
  • Wende Woolley Photography
  • Wildflower Bed & Breakfast
  • Winter Sports

Also, thank you to the musicians Ry Taylor and Jesse Martinez and all behind the scenes help and support from Mike Liddle, Michael and Johnese Turri, Dorothy and Ted Thrasher, Dominic Serna, D.J. Geoffroy, and Amy Newkirk.

SHOP LOCAL SHOP SMALL

We want to thank everyone who is participating in our December Shop Local Shop Small Program. Hopefully is has brought an awareness of our goal at the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce to encourage you to Shop Local. Continue to spend at least $50.00 at any local business then bring your receipts into the Chamber office for eligibility in one of two drawings. The drawings will take place this Wednesday, New Year’s Eve, at 11:00 am. Look for the winners to be announced on our Facebook page and in next week’s Chamber eBlast Newsletter. But please don’t stop shopping local because the contest ends!

When we support our local businesses, we support ourselves. Shopping local enhances our economic well-being and supports our tax base. Yes, tourism benefits all of us bringing in the valued out of area financial boost, but locals shopping local, eating local, using local services and enjoying the recreational benefits of our valley, helps build the distinct character of our awesome alpine village. And added together, our small independently owned local businesses are the largest employer in our village. They provide the most jobs to our residents and they are the livelihood of our existence. Thank you for supporting them all!

We include many businesses in the entire Enchanted Circle as ‘local’, as we have many loyal Chamber members in Eagle Nest, Red River, Taos, Cimarron, and Mora. I suggest you visit www.angelfirechamber.org for the complete list.

This season and throughout the New Year, shop local first. Support our non-profit organizations and invest in our community. Think Local, Buy Local, Be Local.

Thank you,

Jo Mixon, Executive Director
Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce

P.S. – We are looking forward to several new and many returning events for 2015. Everyone is invited to help! Volunteers are needed for every event and in all capacities. Haven’t yet signed up to serve on an Habla Tamale committee? Are ready to commit? It’s time! Please call the office at 575-377-6353, we need you!