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Governor Gary Johnson


Warren Harding and Friend

Youth Endurance Challenge   THURSDAY and FRIDAY
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Teams of 5 head out into the back-country for a 2-day test of stamina.

Opening Ceremony   FRIDAY, 4:30 PM, TAOS PLAZA
Mayor Peralta will present awards for Youth Endurance Challenge Teams.

Plaza Loops   FRIDAY, 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM, TAOS PLAZA
Timy Fairfield lights up the historic Taos plaza with his multimedia show.

Opening Night Pint   FRIDAY, 10:00 PM - 1:00 AM, ESKE'S BREW PUB
Mingle with filmmakers and adventurers at Taos' favorite pub.

Cafe y Postres   SATURDAY, 8:30 AM, LA FONDA HOTEL
Big walls, trad and sports with John Middendorf, Tim O'Neill, Timy Fairfield, and Craig Luebben.

Cafe y Postres   SATURDAY, 8:30 AM, ALHAMBRA
Endurance and Everest with Dave Hahn and Scott Ransom.

Panel Discussion on the Drug Trade   SATURDAY, 1:30 AM, TCA
PANEL DISCUSSION WILL BEGIN IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING COCA MAMA

Who has and who now controls the drug trade? What effects do the attempts to eradicate drug production in the field have on indigenous people? How are their lives altered by the policy of the developed countries to attack the problem overseas rather than at home? What price do poor farmers pay when third world governments accept funding for fumigation and destruction of crops? How has the 'north's' demand for refined forms of drugs affected the traditional use of the raw substance in the 'south'? These questions will be examined through a comprehensive series of documentary films and open panel discussions with: New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson; Sanho Tree, an expert on drug policy and Fellow of the Institute for Policy Studies; Sally Denton, author of the Blue Grass Conspiracy; and a representative of the Drug Enforcement Agency.

Readings   SATURDAY, 3:00 PM, TAOS MOUNTAIN OUTFITTERS
Readings by Renny Russell, John Fayhee, and Matt Samet.

Photographic Exhibit   SATURDAY, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM, McCORMICK GALLERY
Beth Wald's photos of the Gauchos of the Pampas.

Photographic Exhibit   SATURDAY, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM, OLD COUNTY COURTROOM
Original photos by Frank Hurley from the 1915 Endurance Expedition.

Cafe y Postres   SUNDAY, 8:30 AM, LA FONDA HOTEL
Coffee and a chat with Royal Robbins and Tom Frost, leaders of Yosemite's Golden Era.

Cafe y Postres   SUNDAY, 8:30 AM, ALHAMBRA
Katie Lee, Don Briggs, Cisco Guevara.

Readings   SUNDAY, 3:00 PM, TAOS MOUNTAIN OUTFITTERS
Readings from outdoor literature by Jonathan Slator and Craig Luebben.

Warren Harding Memorial   SUNDAY, 8:15 PM, PLAZA THEATER
Last year's Guest of Honor, Warren Harding delighted us with his iconoclastic humor. His legendary energy was still evident as he rocked his wheel chair on the dance floor at midnight. Warren is gone, but we celebrate his memory with a memorial of film, anecdote and prose from his companions on the rope: Robbins, Frost, Denny, McCracken, Derryberry and Whitmore; and many others who admired him from near and afar.

Awards Supper   SUNDAY, 10:00 PM - 1:00 AM, APPLE TREE RESTAURANT





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