2016 RockyGrass Family Area Schedule
|RockyGrass family area|
As the younger generation of RockyGrass festivarians continues to expand, we’ve grown our kids area to include a variety of fun, planet-minded activities throughout the day, including crafts, slacklining, a musical instrument petting zoo, kids music performances, knot tying, and much more.
As a reminder, admission and camping for kids 12 and under is free at the Festival!
Colorado Mountain Club
Visit the CMC's Youth Education Program (YEP) booth for their daily schedule of youth-oriented outdoor adventure activities.
|Colorado Mtn Club at RockyGrass|
Try out the slackline, hula hoops, and discover 10 essentials to help you survive in the Colorado Wilderness. Take your knot-tying skills to new heights, while safely ascending a tree!
Serving the community since 1912, the Colorado Mountain Club is the state's leading organization dedicated to adventure, recreation, conservation, and education. The YEP program provides opportunities for active learning through experiential and adventure education, to ignite a connection to the outdoors in Colorado youth. Visit www.cmc.org/youth.
Swallow Hill Music Association
|Swallow Hill at RockyGrass|
Strum, beat, and play your way through the Swallow Hill Music Instrument Petting Zoo! We provide a hands-on a set-up of instruments for kids and adults led by our knowledgeable staff of instrument petting zookeepers.
The entire family can try out ukuleles, hand drums, guitars, mandolins, banjos, fiddles, mini-pianos and more. We provide the instruments and you provide the curiosity.
Founded in 1979, Swallow Hill promotes the joy of learning and listening to roots music through classes for more than 4,000 adults, teens, kids and pre-school students and more than 200 concerts per year. www.swallowhillmusic.org
Visit the family area in the woods next to the Wildflower Pavilion for the full schedule of events as well as ongoing activities throughout the day – 10:30am ‘til 5pm. Parents, we do ask that you please accompany your children while in the family area.