2012 RockyGrass Family Area Schedule
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 slacklining, a mobile recording studio, kids music performances, knot tying, crafts, and much more.
Colorado Mountain Club
Visit the Colorado Mountain Club booth by the creek every hour for youth-oriented demonstrations on slack lining, Leave No Trace demonstrations, mountain safety classes, and knot tying. Try out our slack line, hula hoops, and balance activities. Learn the essentials of planning ahead and preparing to keep yourself safe when you go out to play in your Rocky Mountain backyard! Participate in a gear gathering relay race to prove that your group has what it takes to survive in any condition! Practice tying knots and make a bracelet to keep! Visit the CMC booth for today's schedule of activities.
Serving the community since 1912, the Colorado Mountain Club’s programs revolve around education, environmental conservation, and responsible recreation. The CMC’s Youth Education Program (YEP!) promotes active, healthy lifestyle choices for youth and encourages participation in outdoor activities. www.cmc.org
Swallow Hill Music Association
Visit the Swallow Hill booth for hands-on music demonstrations throughout the day. Get up-close with acoustic instruments in the music petting zoo. Record your own song in the mobile recording studio and instantly receive an mp3 of your tracks.
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: please accompany your children while in the family area.