Did you know there are many events in Crested Butte and Gunnison? See live music, take an art class, volunteer, play trivia, watch (or participate in) a ski or bike race, and more! Check this calendar to see what’s going on.
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Wild Hare Dance Programs Launch/Registration
December 17, 2021 @ 7:00 am
Registration for Wild Hare Dance Programming for youth/adults is now open! Classes in Aerial Arts, Contemporary Fusions, Street Dance, the Art of Improvisation/ Choreography and MORE. The first session runs Jan. 3rd- April 15th 2022 culminating with "in house" public sharing for families/friends. I feel honored to offer creative programming that feels in alignment with my dancing body and dancing heart. Website is up and running, stay tuned as it fills out with inspiring things in the works. Registration and Schedule Here: wildharedancecb.com Classes are intentionally small (capped at 8), developmentally appropriate, inclusive, challenging and innovative. As part of this Interdisciplinary Creative Dance approach, guest teaching artists from my network of professional dance colleagues will come in to share their work and dance perspectives. They will collaborate with me and students to deepen understanding of our innate, body wisdom, lineage of specific genres of dance, and cultural contexts. Reach out if you have any questions or concerns. Look forward to Dancing with you. Cheers to the joy of dance, cultivating creativity and embodying the future with artistry and wisdom! In Creative Community, Sasha Chudacoff Wild Hare Dance [email protected] 415-225-5300 wildharedancecb.com @sashachudacoff
Gunnison Valley is also host to several beloved annual events. A classic winter event is The Alley Loop, a Nordic ski race that doubles as a costume contest. In fall, Mt. Crested Butte hosts the famous Chili and Beer Festival. Every summer in Gunnison, a crowd gathers to watch America’s fourth-oldest rodeo, Cattlemen’s Days. There are also festivals in Crested Butte that celebrate local art, music, wildflowers, and more. Attending an annual event is a good way to connect with the culture of the Gunnison Valley. You might even create a new tradition for you and your family and friends!