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Summit for Life / Warren Miller

We've got two big events this week that should not be missed.

Join Olympic snowboarder Chris Klug this Thursday 10/23/08 @ Cantina for the 3rd annual Summit for Life Kick off party.  Eat, drink and jam to live music with CK,our hometown hero.

Chris and his foundation sponsor the SUMMIT for LIFE uphill climb.  It's a 3,267 foot hike up Ajax---at night.  This year's stomp is scheduled for December 6, 2008.  Are you ready?

Of immediate interest; the kickoff party is this Thursday from 5.30 to 8 at Cantina.  You can meet Chris Klug,  you can register for the Summit, you can volunteer to help, and most importanly everyone can sign up to be an organ and tissue donor.       

Get all the info @ Summitforlife.org                                                                                                    

Also, its not Winter until Warren Miller comes to town. Well, it's time to get your puffy coats out, cause Miller's latest flick, CHILDREN of WINTER is showing n A-Town, Friday 10/24 and Saturday 10/25 at the Wheeler.  Showtimes are 6.30 and 9.30 pm on both nights with an addtional 3pm matinee on Saturday.

Children of Winter is the 59th annual ski film from WME and it promises to be siiiiiiiiiiick.  If you're itching to get back into the WHITE ROOM------- come get some @ The Wheeler.  

See the trailer below.  Click WHEELER for tix.


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