When MIX gets high…we all get high. Come by this Thursday as MIX GETS HIGH at the kickass new cozy cocktail casita on the 5th floor rooftop of the Drury Hotel. Bar Alto hosts MIX gets high this month with a heated outdoor menagerie of movies, music, mixed drinks and, of course, mind lifting mingling.

Be amazed by the Drury Plaza Hotel in Santa Fe ambiance and city overlook and get energized by effervescence of the carefully curated craft cocktail culture at Bar Alto. To ensure your cocktail is free, fill out our survey in advance (http://mixsantafe.com/survey).

Enjoy the elevated edible artistry of John Sedlar’s ELOISA restaurant from Santa Fe’s most elegant aerie.

CHRISTUS Health Plan (event sponsor!) will have staff on hand to help out with healthcare.gov sign-ups for all you procrastinators out there.

MIX Gets HIGH wants to help you focus on your film fetish by frolicing with the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival 2015–laying out discount tickets and giving you the local’s low-down on fresh films.

And help us decide which cult flick to stick on screen at the Lensic Performing Arts Center after next month’s MIX event in a crowd-sourced cinema showdown that you won’t soon forget.

But first, Join MIX Gets High for a special event – a panel discussion unlocking the wisdom of women entrepreneurs. Hosted by Mayor Javier Gonzales and made especially for TV by producer Cristina McCandless, the panel will look at why the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico was recently named as the top community for women owned businesses. Mayor Gonzales will be joined by some of our superstars: Kimberly Corbitt of Pharma Connect Xpress, Jane Hill of Cybermesa Telecom & Internet, Kate Kennedy ofSkylight Santa Fe, Erin Wade of Vinaigrette and Modern General Leah Chavez of Peaceful Pet Sitters, LLC, Lyra Barron of Fruit of the Earth Organics, Nicole Ammerman and Susan Curtis of the Santa Fe School of Cooking plus Andrea Romero of Tall Foods. Arrive at five to work out your commercial conundrums and then stick around to watch the city come alive.

Music courtesy of the experimental rooftop sound system relaying soothing sonic tonic from the deep below.