CANCELLED HWP Badass Women Series - MOVIE - Voices Of Fear w/Kristen Ulmer

Canceled

REI Denver

1416 Platte St · Denver, CO

How to find us

600pm - Starbucks @ REI 615pm - 2nd Floor Conference Room Organizer will post phone number in the comments.

Location image of event venue

Details

UPDATE 3/26: EVENT CANCELLED
From the REI Email:
Dear MONTAGE fans,

We are sad to report that the projection screen at the Denver REI flagship is broken and is not guaranteed to be repaired before this Friday, March 29th. We are very sorry to cancel this screening of our film, "Voices of Fear," and we thank you for your understanding.

We will keep you informed of screenings that we are able to coordinate in the Denver area in the future, and we will also let you know when our films become available to be streamed digitally. Stay tuned to our emails!

Sincerely,

The MONTAGE Team

ABOUT US:
We are queer (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersex) and straight hikers, skiers, backpackers and more. We embrace diversity and celebrate our differences. All orientations, straight and gay, are welcome as well as all gender identities and expressions.

ABOUT THIS EVENT:
Join HWP at the Denver REI for an exclusive screening of "Voices of Fear" with Kristen Ulmer. View the trailer at https://vimeo.com/291424622

YOU MUST SIGN UP FOR A FREE TICKET AT THE LINK BELOW.
https://www.tickettailor.com/events/montageproduction/222326/r/denverstore#

FROM THE REI EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT:

There are 10,000 voices in each of us. One of them is fear.

Voices of Fear" depicts Kristen Ulmer's relationship with fear during her ascendancy as, by all accounts, the first female big mountain extreme skier.

During her career, addiction to fear ruled her life, and the way she dealt with fear took a physical toll on her body and ultimately led to her walking away from the sport that made her famous. Still addicted, it would take several years for her to come into a healthy partnership with fear.

Kristen subsequently found a more fulfilling life compared to the one previously defined by taking sketchy jumps into life-threatening and horrifying lines. Describing their personal relationship with fear, over 20 world-class athletes including Conrad Anker, Amelia Boone, Rebecca Rusch, and Jeremy Jones, illustrate the complex ways that all people relate to fear and give insight and depth to how Kristen and the rest of us relate to our lifelong companion - the primal emotion called fear.

Join us for a screening of this thought-provoking documentary film which will be followed by an exciting Q&A with Kristen Ulmer herself.

Film length: 65 minutes.

AFTER THE PRESENTATION, we usually hang out a bit and discuss what we just experienced.

RSVP & TICKETS:
Please keep your RSVP status updated on MeetUp. There is no 'penalty' for last minute changes since this is a work night event. Life can get crazy at 5pm!

A FREE TICKET IS "REQUIRED." Book it at:
https://www.tickettailor.com/events/montageproduction/222326/r/denverstore#

TRAILHEAD DETAILS:
Starbucks at REI Denver. Meet and get caffeinated at 600pm, and venture upstairs to the event room by 615pm.

DISTANCE & ELEVATION: Approximately 0.2 miles round trip, and 30 ft elevation gain / loss.

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT: Comfortable foot wear and a warm jacket.

TRANSPORTATION TO TRAILHEAD:
LoDo traffic along Platte St can be very slow due to all the construction! There are no posted events at the Pepsi Center, it is probably fastest to take the 23rd Ave exit rather than the 20th St Exit.

REI has free parking, but availability is limited adjacent to the store. Free parking is limited to 2 hours; Each additional hour is $5.00.

REI is a 10-15 minute walk from Union Station. Additionally, the REI is at the intersection of the South Platte River Trail and the Cherry Creek Trail, which provides excellent bicycle access.

DOGS:
Service animals only.

DISCLAIMER: Your safety is your choice. Part of the fun in a group is learning new things about the outdoors. We share stories, tips and happily share our knowledge of gear and trails with others. Though we care about your well being is true, your personal safety is 100% your responsibility on a trip. The trip organizer provides an opportunity for everyone to enjoy the event together and has no responsibility or liability for the safety of participants.

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