EAST COAST PREMIERE
The High Fives Foundation Helemets Are Cool is the 8th documentary in the B.A.S.I.C.S (Be. Aware. Safe. In. Critical. Situations.) Programs series. The film promotes safely and awareness by telling the stories of athletes who have sustained life-altering injury while participating in outdoor action sports. Professional athletes J.T. Holmes, Jeremy Jones and more shre their insight on the importance of helmet usage throughout this 25 minute documentary.
NOV 3/ DOORS OPEN 6:15PM
ADULTS $20 - $12 STUDENTS
FAMILIES $60 (limit 4)
America’s premier film festival “Celebrating Indomitable Spirit” features mountaineering, remarkable personalities, cultures worth exploring, environments worth preserving and conversations worth sustaining.
This one night only event opens its doors at 6pm for a sneak peak at the spectacular silent auction and raffle items, such as a Sugarbush Mountain Pass, Mad River Glen Season’s Pass, and an Ole’s Cross Country Family pass among many other wonderful gift certificates and items donated from local businesses. Save room for some incredible baked goods for sale by The WCC.
Films begin promptly at 6:30pm in BOTH theaters!
Advance tickets available by contacting The Waitsfield Children’s Center or by calling 802-496-3372. Tickets also available at the door on the night of the show.
The Valley Reporter and Mad River Valley Candidate's Forum
OCT. 16 / 6PM
The Valley Reporter, Mad River Valley Television and The Big Picture present a candidate forum for teh 5 people running for state representative from Waitsfield, Warren, Fayston, Duxbury and Moretwon. Those candidates are Kari Dolan, D-Waitsfield; Maxine Grad, D-Moretown; Neil Johnson, Green Mountain Party-Waitsfield; Ed Read, I-Fayston and Bob Readie, I-Warren. The forum starts at 6pm and will be moderated by Lisa Loomis, Editor of The Valley Reporter.