March – April 2014
Join us to experience a unique cinematic offering revealing the ancient, heart-based intelligence and celestially guided lifeways of the Andean Altomisayoq Holy Mountain Tradition. Through the film’s emotionally intimate yet expansive content, viewers receive a direct energetic transmission by observing the inter-dimensional relationships, high-altitude environments and prayer-filled ceremonies of one of the planet’s few uninterrupted wisdom lineages.
Filmmaker and Andean Paqo Jeffrey Wium will be present to explore the tradition’s universally applicable lifeways based on loving kindness, collective awareness, unconditional reciprocity, holistic sustainability and the sanctity of daily life – the foundations of what is known as the Living Peace.
This legacy project is being offered to help inspire and revitalize modern, industrialized societies at a time when unprecedented numbers of people find themselves out of balance and seeking a deeper means of connection. Join us for a special screening and follow up gathering to integrate essential components of personal and collective well-being, assist global awakening and experience that which has always been within us.
Greenhouse Design Meeting #1
Open to all
Early Registration for fall classes. Students must be currently enrolled in credit classes, seeking a degree or certificate, and have a zero dollar balance on their account
Dr. Scott Brandt, Medical Director of ThriveMD, presents “The Future of Medicine is NOW: How Regenerative Medicine Can Restore Physical Function and Performance”. Dr. Brandt will explore how your own stem cells carry huge potential to restore an active, pain-free life. Autologous Cell Therapy is one of the newest and most innovative avenues in Regenerative Medicine. Dr. Brandt will walk us through the minimally invasive procedure that has the potential to relieve pain and repair damage in any joint or tendon. These procedures can often delay or eliminate the need for more invasive surgeries and the potential complications associated with them.
Greenhouse design meeting #2
Growing Spaces Geodesic Domes
Central Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute
Please join us with The Metropolitan Opera Live in HD at the CMC Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium in Breckenridge 107 Denison Placer Road, Saturday at 10:55 am for La Boheme. Tickets are $10 for students, $16 for seniors and $20 for adults. For more information and to purchase tickets click here.
Join us for an evening with the Summit Choral Society as they present “Arts in the Community”.
Instructor Leonardo Santana graduated from the Madrid Film School and has worked in film and television for ten years around Europe and Mexico, working with important directors like the two time Academy Award winner Pedro Almodovar. His 35mm thesis short film Sleepless Eyes, has been shown in more than Thirty international film festivals.
Students will gain a heightened awareness of composition, editing patterns an overall comprehension of film evolution and history. Employing sensitivity and critical intellectual tools students will analyze films independently and develop their own criteria while utilizing important vocabulary (camera movements, angle types, axis of action, etc.) analyzing dramatic value and capital knowledge for film appreciation. (students must be 17 years or older to register)
Join us with Summit Reads “Getting Green Done” by Auden Schendler and a panel of experts at the Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium at CMC Breckenridge.