November 21, 2017

Archives for June 2014

Charity Fundraiser – Pancakes In The Park

pancakes-in-the-parkWhen: July 4, 2014 from 8:00 am to 11:00 am

Where: Olympic Park Pavilion

Presented by Angel Fire Rotary Club – Service Above Self – Dedicated To Making A Difference In The Moreno Valley

$7 Suggested Donation Per Person

The 4th Annual Community Wide Flea Market Says “I Know Jo, Do You?”

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When: Saturday June 28, 2014 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm

There are still lots of spaces available for this weekends 4th Annual Community Wide Flea Market! It is time to clean out your closets, your garages, and make room for more! Do you need to sell furniture? You can pull your vehicle into the space and sell right out of your car, truck or van! Got a car for sale? Baked goods? Crafts? Animals? You can sell just about anything at this Flea Market. Come by the Chamber office no later than Weds. June 25 to reserve your spot!

Enjoy photos from past sales.

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Business After Hours – Red Cloud Ranch

rcr-01We have been invited to enjoy the hospitality of the Red Cloud Ranch. You don’t want to miss this opportunity!

When: June 26, 2014 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Where: Red Cloud Ranch in the Taos Canyon

Red Cloud Ranch is an exclusive magical place nestled atop the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the Taos Canyon. Enjoy organic ingredient treats handmade by owner Stevie Bass, healthy non-alcoholic drinks, and door prizes. If you will be attending, please RSVP to the Chamber office via email: manager@angelfirechamber.org today or tomorrow so that we may get a head count to Stevie.

There will be a caravan from the Centro Plaza Parking lot leaving promptly at 5:10 pm. (It is a short 20 minute drive from Angel Fire) If you cannot caravan but will be attending contact Jo via email for directions.

www.redcloudranch.com

Washington Federal Bank Ribbon Cutting

washington-federalYou are invited for a ribbon cutting!

Open House Business After Hours

When: Thursday June 12, 2014 from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

Where: Washington Federal Bank, 3380 Hwy 434

Bring your business cards to be eligible for door prizes.

Refreshments will be available. See you there!

Were you spotted at the Chamber Business After Hours?

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Shuter Library Upcoming Events

shuter-libraryUpcoming Events at the Library

Tuesday, June 17 @ 5:00 pm: Young Adult Book Club
The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde

Thursday, June 26 @ 5:00 pm: June Book Club & Meet the Author
Deep in the Shade of Paradise by John Dufresne

July 9, 10 & 11: Trash-to-Treasures Set Up
Setting up at Angel Fire Community Center

Trash-to-Treasures Annual Flea Market
Angel Fire Community Center.
Saturday, July 12 – 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
Sunday, July 13 – 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Friday, July 25 @ 5:00 pm: Scott Jones Book Launch Party
Local author Scott Jones will read a portion of his new novel, Jupiter and Gilgamesh, a Novel of Sumeria and Texas

Shuter Library Hours

  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Thursday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Friday: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
  • Saturday: 10 am to 3:00 pm
  • Sunday: Closed

Angel Fire Road Runners

af-road-runnersMountain Sports is pleased to announce the first meeting of the Angel Fire Road Runners club! This running club is open to all ages and abilities, and there is no cost to join. Our focus is to strengthen our bodies, while strengthening our sense of community. Now that the weather is warming, it’s time to get outside and get moving.

We meet at Mountain Sports every Thursday at 7:30 am.

Come on out and hear about the great things we have planned for this summer. We call it the “Couch to 5K” program. Designed to take beginners, and those who haven’t run in a while, C25K, and will prepare you to “Conquer the Mountain.” Advanced runners, we have a place for you, too! Please just indicate your running level when you contact us to sign up.

Again, participation in Angel Fire Road Runners is free, and there is no prerequisite to join. However, please contact Tammy Dunn. Please indicate your shirt size when you contact Tammy to join the club. Club shirts will be available to members who wish to purchase them. Mountain Sports is here to support all of your outdoor activities, and promote a healthy lifestyle for you and your family. Let’s get out there and Conquer the Mountain!
http://www.mountainsportsofangelfire.com/road-runners-5k.html

Angel Fire Day Camp

angel-fire-day-campWhen: June 9 to August 8, 2014, Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Where: Angel Fire Community Center

Ages: 5 to 12 years old

Cost: $23 per child

There are multiple child discounts and weekly rates available.

Please contact Shay Tibljas at 575-377-1544 for more information.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park Guided Tours

guided-toursTours begin at the park office inside the visitor center.

When: June 6 to August 24, 2014

  • Fridays: 3:00 pm
  • Saturdays: 11:00 am and 3:00 pm
  • Sundays: 11:00 am

Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park
575-377-2293

Jo Knows It’s National Garden Club Week, Do You?

the-twinsBy Jo Mixon

(The Twins: Photo courtesy of Michael Turri)

When: June 1-7, 2014

Where: Angel Fire Garden Club

“Helping Gardeners Grow More Enchantment”

Angel Fire Garden Club invites you to Celebrate National Garden Week with them. Get out in the dirt! Plant, nurture, and help make our little piece of heaven in Angel Fire, just a little bit more beautiful!

National Garden Week Proclamation

Whereas, Gardeners have a passion for nurturing the beauty and resources of the earth through planting of seeds, the care of all plants and the riches of their efforts; and

Whereas, Gardeners seek to add beauty, splendor, fragrance, and nutrition to our lives through the growing of herbs, vegetables, foliage and flowers; and

Whereas, Gardeners work to preserve our country’s traditional spirit of independence and initiative through innovation and hard work; and

Whereas, Gardeners advocate the importance of all creatures, large and small, that share our world and their roles in a balanced and productive ecology; and

Whereas, Gardening furnishes a challenging and productive activity for our citizens, for those just learning as well as those having years of experience; and

Whereas, Gardening promotes a healthy lifestyle that lasts a lifetime, helps reduce stress from other areas of our life, teaches that rewards can come from diligent efforts; and

Whereas, Gardening enables members of Garden Club across the nation and the world to make a difference in the communities where they reside and work;

Now, Therefore be It Resolved that in an effort to acknowledge the importance of Gardening and the numerous contributions of Gardeners, National Garden Clubs, Inc. designates the week of June 1-7, 2014 as National Garden Week.

Linda G. Nelson, 2013-2015 President, NGC, Inc.

Not only do the members of the Angel Fire Garden Club beautify their own homes, yards and decks, they also gather together and maintain Angel Fire signature gardens; The Butterfly Garden at Shuter Library, the Median on North Angel Fire Road, and the Blue Star Garden on location at the National Vietnam Veterans Memorial State Park. You are invited to join their club! It meets on the second Monday of every month at various locations and private homes. Visit: www.angelfiregardenclub.com for more information.

In keeping with the beautify Angel Fire concept the Village of Angel Fire’s Angel Fire Proud Committee, has announced their 1st Annual Flower Display Competiton, “Angel Fire Blooms”, to be held Aug. 8 -10, 2014. Entry forms, rules and 20% off coupons from Enchanted Landscaping & Nursery, Pacheco’s Landscaping & Nursery and SS Rocks Y Mas are available at Angel Fire Village Hall, 3388 Mountain View Blvd. and on the Angel Fire Proud page located at www.angelfirenm.gov under the Featured Pages link. The “Angel Fire Blooms” contest is open to residents, businesses & civic groups throughout the Moreno Valley. Ribbons will be awarded for beauty, creativity, originality & use of native/drought tolerant plants. Flower displays must be live plants, fresh cut or a combination in ANY container — basket, pot, rusty bucket, washbasin or…even old ski boots. Be creative! Deadline for entries is Monday, Aug. 4. So, start thinking about your entry NOW!

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Summer Chairlift Hours

Angel Fire Resort Posts Summer Chairlift Hours

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