Students, Community Members, Non-Profits, Clubs, Businesses, and you will be at the Event Center on Friday, April 27th. All participants provide an interactive experience that demonstrates Mountain Culture. Learn about everything from recycling options to how to rope a cow. Watch out for the living Wax Museum— fourth grade students who will wander the event as historical Colorado characters—guess who they are! The Library is sponsoring a book swap. The HS Sports Medicine Academy will show off all they have learned from surgeons, chiropractors, and other health practitioners in town. What will you learn?!
New this year! Saturday Adventures
Saturday Adventures are April 28th, there will be 6-8 different opportunities for public participation throughout the day. All events are FREE; most are family friendly. Register now for this awesome Adventure (super impressed with these organizations coming together to tell this story):
- The Beaver Dam Trifecta With EVWC + EVLT + EPEC - What does it take to bring back the beavers off Fish Creek? Restored riverbeds (Estes Valley Watershed Coalition (EVWC)), access to land in conservation easements—in this case Camp Cheley (Estes Valley Land Trust (EVLT)), and someone to monitor the effect of man-made restoration on water quality and animal migration (Estes Park Environmental Center (EPEC)). 9am- 12 (noon) This project is limited to 20 people.
- Rock Climbing with KMAC Rock Climbing School
Two climbing classes at the Performance Climbing Park (behind the stage at Performance Park).
Classes will meet from 10-12pm and 1-3pm. Anyone with a “can do” attitude ages six and up are welcome (youth ages 6-12 must be accompanied by an adult chaperone or participant). There is a maximum of 12 participants per session.