Sports happenings this week:
Taos Ski Valley to host Femme de Free Ride
Taos Ski Valley is hosting Femme de Free Ride, formerly known as “Women’s Weekend,” on Jan. 11-12.
The event is “on- and off-mountain fun for females of all ages,” according to a press release.
The skiing will be managed by guides from Taos Winter Sports Team and Taos Snowsports School instructors. Depending on ride ability and goals, women will be split up into groups.
Other events include: stretching classes, yoga and whiskey seminars (only if you’re 21 plus).
Tickets for the event are $105 for a full weekend pass and an off-hill event ticket for $55, which doesn’t include the skiing aspect.
For more information on the event, head over to skitaos.com and click on event calendar.
Bingo fundraiser for Taos County Senior Olympics
There will be a Bingo fundraiser held on Saturday (Jan. 11) at Talpa Community Center to help raise funds for the Taos County Senior Olympics.
Doors open at 12 p.m. on the day of the event, and bingo will be held from 1-4 p.m.
It is $15 per package for the event. There will be snacks available at the concession.
Santa Fe Snowshoe Classic set for January
On Jan. 11, those who are interested in snowshoe competition can participate in the Santa Fe Snowshoe Classic.
The race will take place in the Sangre de Cristo mountains and it will span about 3.8 miles “at 9,600 feet of elevation,” according to the press release.
For those 19 or under, tickets are $15, and for those above that age, tickets are $25.
There will be medals awarded to first-, second- and third-place for both women and men.
For more information on the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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