Boxing club taking registrations
The Los Tigres Boxing Club is registering all interested youth ages 8 years and older for the 2017 season. There is no deadline to join, and the club is also accepting newcomers to the sport.
The cost to join Los Tigres is $100 and training will take place at Our Lady Of Guadalupe Gym Monday through Thursday from 6-7:30 p.m.
For more information, contact Roy Madrid at (575) 741-0803.
Elementary basketball tourney
The Arroyo Hondo Community Association, in conjunction with the Arroyo Hondo Recreation Community Center, is calling all interested teams to sign up for its fifth annual elementary basketball tournament for grades three through six, to be held Jan. 30 through Feb. 5.
The tournament will take place at Arroyos del Norte Elementary School and will feature a three-game guarantee. Included in the schedule of tournament games will be contests for free throws and shooting, plus games and prizes. There is limited space in each division, so entry is on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information, to reserve a spot on the bracket or to volunteer, contact Ruben at (575) 776-5181 or Raymond at (575) 770-8175.
Calling all racketeers
The Taos Tigers tennis team will be having its first organizational meeting of the year for all interested student-athletes in grades 8-12.
The meeting will take place in Room C109 inside Taos High School at 3 p.m. Jan. 24.
The competitive season for tennis officially begins on Feb. 6.
For more information, contact Coach Robert Clawson at (575) 779-1434.
Not Forgotten Outreach at TSV
In thanks to the men and women of the Armed Services, Taos Ski Valley announces $30 lift tickets and free lessons for all active duty military, Gold Star families, veterans and any family member with a military ID during The Fourth Annual Not Forgotten Outreach (NFO) Week at Taos Ski Valley Jan. 17-22.
Free rentals and discounted group ski and snowboard lessons will also be available for all active duty military, gold star families, veterans and immediate family members.
NFO is dedicated to motivating military veterans and their families and gold star families of fallen heroes to participate in recreational and/or therapeutic activities in order to facilitate the healing process. NFO provides opportunities to improve relationships, build comradeship and enhance personal well-being.
$2 from every military lift ticket and group lesson sold will be donated to Not Forgotten Outreach. Reservations need to be made via phone and tickets must be purchased at the mountain, not online.
For more information, contact Don Peters at 575-224-1503 or via e-mailto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Big Ol’ Texas Weekend
Angel Fire Resort is throwing its 13th Annual “Big Ol’ Texas Weekend” Jan. 27-29.
The weekend includes a live music festival featuring up and coming country, red dirt and americana artists. The combined weekend event is part of an annual appreciation weekend to thank the ski area’s loyal Southern guests and Texas crowd, which makes up over 50 percent of its winter visitors.
While the weekend focuses on its Texas roots, all guests will enjoy the themed entertainment and western focused events around the resort.
“Celebrating Texas skiers on our New Mexico ski mountain becomes more of a party each season. It’s something we look forward to hosting,” explains Mike Hess, chief marketing officer, Angel Fire Resort. “The Big Ol’ Texas Weekend has always been an ideal time to come visit Angel Fire Resort. Now with the weekend including the Whiskey and Powder live music festival this is a bucket list event to check out if you’re a fan of country music and enjoy skiing.”
The weekend includes numerous live band performances throughout the resort, a poker tournament, a steak-eating contest, beer and whiskey tastings, BBQ and ski deals. The Denim and Diamonds three-course dinner, Jim Beam Whiskey Tasting event and live music at the Country Club is an ideal tie-in to a weekend on the slopes.