Carbondale Mountain Fair
Wild At Heart: Celebrating Our People, Town, and Wilderness
CCAH would like to extend our sincerest gratitude for all of our wonderful sponsors, donors, partners, and volunteers!
True Nature Healing Arts, Town of Carbondale, Thrift Shop of Aspen, Colorado Creative Industries, Alpine Bank, Blue Tent Marketing, Jim & Connie Calaway, KPCO, the Robert Young Foundation, and Alchemy Audio Visual.
New Belgium Brewing, Bernhard Solutions, Crystal River Spas, The Embrey Foundation, Wallace & Kristen Graham, Pajwell Foundation, The Post Independent & the Aspen Times, & the RGC Fund.
And Our Incredible Crew of Selfless Volunteers
Mark Taylor, Kevin Lundy , Pete Rich, Jeff Britt and Structural Engineers Aubrey Hood & Marty Treadway
Bill Laemmel/Carbondale Light and Power, Lance Dement, Jeb Milne, Rob Janssen, Anibal Guevara
Patty Nadon & The Honorable Barb Bush
SOUND AND LIGHTS
Alchemy Audio Visual
Jason White, Mary Russell, Annie Worley, Mark Weinhold, Jen Kendzior, Justin Anderson, Liz Mauro, Richard Vottero, Brett Meredith, Kelly Baker, Elizabeth Wysong& Audrey Michelle
CONTESTS & COMPETITIONS
Alta Otto, Sunny Kay Harrison, Amber VanBerlo, Carly deBeque-Jager, Chuck Bauer, Stacy Stein, Dr. Limbo, John Foulkrod, Dan Giese, Rhonda Roberts, Brion After,. Independence Run and Hike, Nic Degross, Darren Broome, Aloha Mountain Cyclery, Gill Finn, Betty Hoops, Connie Medalis, Shanti Grube
Couldn’t do this without
KDNK, Lines in Space Surveyors, Larry Ballinger, Gene Schilling, Jeff Jackel, Town of Carbondale, Rob Goodwin, Carbondale EMT’S, Carbondale Fire Department, Carbondale Environmental Board, Carbondale Public Works, Carbondale Police Department, Carbondale Parks and Recreation Department, The Carbondale Town Trustees, Carbondale Swimming Pool, Days Inn of Carbondale, The Carbondale Chamber, & Allegheny Meadows
Information for Vendors
Vendors can find more information, maps, and a schedule here. For questions call Marianne Ackerman at (970)319-3555 or email her at email@example.com
The 2014 Mountain Fair Poster Contest Winner is Kurtis Sparrow.
And the People’s Choice Award goes to: Brian Colley!
The winner of this year’s poster contest goes to Kurtis Sparrow (artwork pictured left). It was a tough decision as we recieved many professionally excellent and evocative imagery from our artists. The theme this year is Wild at Heart: Celebrating Our People, Town, and Wilderness in honor of the the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act. Curtis Sparrow’s poster will be altered to fit the needs of our t-shirts and poster, but his design included 50 hearts, bees, a fox, and owl, a figurative Mt. Sopris, and so much more detail. The People’s Choice Award goes to Brian Colley (artwork pictured right). His piece was incredibly detailed and professional. It is truly a work of art! For questions call (970) 963-1680.