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Film Events 11/13-11/20

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Warren Miller's No Turning Back

The 65th installment of the classic "ski porn," this year travels to big mountains in Alaska and snowboards in Japan, and also has a sweet chapter that showcases some of the old European ski legends.

6 & 8:30 pm. Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 13-15. Old Stone Church. $17.

Tracing the Tea and Horse Trail

A short film about an (ultra) long distance runner Kami Semick. The film tells the story of Semick's journey over the Tea and Horse Trail in China and Eastern Tibet. After working with the historian to map the trail and to hike the most difficult sections, she pulled together a team of U.S. and Chinese runners who traced 180 miles of this trail on foot in one week.

7 pm. Thurs. Nov 20. Footzone. Free.

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