August 20, 2018

Archives for March 2017

Come Visit Binford-Bell Studio

Come visit Binford-Bell Studio and The Black Listed Artist of Black Lake.

I have survived winter and am busy working on new paintings, framing up new photographs, and sitting in the sun on my new studio deck.

We’re open most afternoons from 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm at 11 Llano Vista Road in Black Lake.

Jacqui Binford-Bell
Binford-Bell Studio
Black Lake, New Mexico

The Native Pride Dancer

Art Up Northern New Mexico presents Larry Yazzie (Meskwaki) is the Native Pride Dancer.

When: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at 6:00 pm

Where: Angel Fire Community Center

Rainbow-colored regalia, pulsating drumming, and fancy footwork are part of the excitement of a Native American powwow. Experience the artistry of the Native Pride Dancer, Larry Yazzie, as he performs flamboyant movements passed down by his ancestors thru song and dance.

Larry Yazzie, Founder and Artistic Director of Native Pride Productions, Inc. (established 2003), is an international lecturer, educator, performer, model, actor, and recipient of the prestigious 2012 A.P. Anderson Award. He strives to educate and entertain audiences of all ages throughout the world about the beauty, skill, and majesty of Native American music and dance. His solo show will leave you with a sense of appreciation for the many cultures that surround us.

The Native Pride Dancer’s mission is to educate, inspire, motivate and empower diverse communities to bridge cultural gaps through Indigenous traditions.

He will also be performing for the students that morning in the Cimarron Schools.

Did You Know?

Did you know as a member of the Angel Fire Chamber of Commerce, your business becomes part of a strong advocacy team of businesses all around the Enchanted Circle who stand together? It is the Legislative Policy of the Angel Fire Chamber to be not only reactive, but proactive in the federal, state and local political arena. In general, we will confine ourselves to those issues that affect the health and welfare of the business community, but on occasion, will become involved in community issues that are broader in nature. The Chamber of Commerce has a major impact on the business and the future growth of the community.

There are two primary functions of a Chamber of Commerce:

1. It acts as a spokesperson for its business and professional members and translates into action the group thinking of its members.

2. It renders specific services and acts as an advocate for its members in a way that is most effectively done by an organization rather than by independent businesses on their own.

Two Weeks To Go On 2017 Legislation

The 60 Day 2017 Legislation Will End March 18

We get it, you’re busy. Running a business, serving your customers, trying to make a payroll and with Spring Break cranking up, every minute is consumed with meeting the needs of our visitors. But right now, in Santa Fe, 112 representatives and senators are making decisions that will impact your business. When’s the last time they heard from you? Call them. Write them. Email them. It’s critical that our elected officials hear from our residents and community business leaders. Contacting them is easy. We’ll make it even easier. Click below for a list of New Mexico legislators. Find your legislator, click on their pic and voila! There’s all their contact info. Don’t wait. Take a little time out of your day today and contact your elected official. Your business depends on it.

Click here for a list of your New Mexico Legislators.

Let them know NOW if you support or oppose a bill. Your opinion matters but not until you take the time to be heard!

Click here for the upcoming session calendar.

How to Track a Bill in Legislation

Click here for Webcasting of the 2017 Legislation.

The link to watch a meeting will not appear until the meeting has started.

Girl Scout Cookie Sales Schedule

The girl scouts from Girl Scouts of New Mexico Trails will be selling cookies in Angel Fire @ Lowe’s Valley Market today March 3, 2017 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm and Sunday, March 5, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm or until we run out! Get yours early!

They will also be selling cookies in Taos, NM @ Smith’s on Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm or until we run out and in Cimarron, NM @ Russell’s on Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm or until we run out.

Fresh Powder @ Angel Fire Resort

Make your Wednesday turns at Angel Fire Resort, where there’s powder for days! Yesterday’s heavy snow brought another 13 inches to the Summit bringing our storm total to 21 total inches. We’re expecting a bluebird day today and there’s still plenty of powder stashes and newly opened terrain to smash. Make your getaway in Angel Fire while the snow is epic and conditions are prime. Book a package or special now. Find your adventure with our full events calendar.

Take advantage of our soft snow and best in class Ski & Snowboard School and book a lesson. It’s never too late to learn the love of winter sports and no better time or place than right

Stay up to date with the latest information by subscribing to our snow report. #DaysWorthSharing at Angel Fire Resort.