Premiering at Big Picture Theater, the newest High Fives Foundation safety documentary, “Five Critical Mistakes“
Details: “Five Critical Mistakes” is a documentary-style film produced by the High Fives Foundation highlighting the stories of five High Fives Athletes and the importance of safety in the mountains and on the snow. Each story uses the lens of hindsight to teach about smart decision making.
What: Premiere of the newest BASICS safety education documentary called “Five Critical Mistakes,”
When: Saturday, October 15, 2016. Showings at 6:30pm and 8:15pm
Where: Big Picture Theater & Cafe, 48 Carroll Road, Waitsfield, VT 05673
Who: The High Fives Foundation invites skiers, snowboarders, and mountain action sports athletes of all ages to watch newest BASICS safety documentary.
Cost: Open donations at the door are suggested.
Guest will enjoy raffles for great prizing. Refreshments will be available.
This documentary is the sixth installment of the BASICS Program Service. BASICS is an acronym standing for Being Aware Safe In Critical Situations. Each year High Fives produces a film on a safety topic and tours the film with an educational presentation across the country for schools, ski clubs, and industry professionals. The goal is to instill safety as a priority when on the mountain.
Lake Tahoe action sports professional JT Holmes aided in the development of the program in 2011. “BASICS was created as a way to catch young mountain sports athletes before they crash and suffer a life-altering injury,” he said.