BRUNSWICK – New England Telemark and the Bowdoin College Outing Club will present the sixth annual Maine Telemark Film Festival, featuring selected short films and the feature telemark film Sweet Joy, at 7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 21, in Kresge Auditorium, Visual Arts Center, on the Bowdoin campus.

The Maine Telemark Film Festival is free and open to the public. A lobby bazaar will feature refreshments; representatives from resorts, gear manufacturers and local ski shops; and raffles prizes. For more information, contact New England Telemark at 751-9319, [email protected] or visit www.netelemark.com.

The Maine Telemark Film Festival celebrates and promotes the sport of telemark skiing in Maine, New England and beyond.

New England Telemark is a group of telemark instructors dedicated to the teaching of the telemark turn. Originating in Maine in the early 1990s, NET now includes over 30 instructors who to teach at NET Telemark festivals and clinics around New England.

The Bowdoin Outing Club, the largest student organization at Bowdoin, sends into the field more than 130 outdoor trips every year. The BOC Telemark Program provides PSIA-certified telemark instruction to BOC free-heelers in a season-long tele class.


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