SPECIAL FEATURES


FEED YOUR MIND

Families can journey back to the roots of Colorado and have fun learning about the state's pioneer past, nature, and environment. In the Festival of Mountain and Plain area, featured artisans will demonstrate Navajo weaving and culture, spinning, rug braiding, lace crocheting, felting, and quilting, along with the popular blacksmith demonstrations.


COLORADO RESPECTS WILDLIFE

The Raptor Education Foundation (REF) uses non-releasable eagles, hawks, falcons, and owls to educate children and adults about the natural world. At the Festival, you'll be able to view live raptors and enjoy informative and entertaining presentations about these fascinating birds. Memberships are also available; be sure to check out our "Colorado Respects Wildlife" license plates, which feature a bald eagle.