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Always prepare yourself
for the unexpected at the
Carbondale Mountain Fair!
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The Carbondale Mountain Fair composts and recycles
85% of its waste. Please be part of this solution…..not
the problem! Thanks!
REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE
The Carbondale Mountain Fair is committed to being as GREEN
as possible, which means we need you to be as aware about
your garbage as we are. We’re making it easy for you to do that.
Composting Stations are set up around the fair with our Green
Team there to help you throw all garbage away properly. All vendors
are using compostable plates, cups and utensils. We thank New
Belgium Brewery, Cacaloco, Aspen Ski Company Environmental
Foundation and The Carbondale Environmental Board for assisting
us in this endeavor. We also have recycling containers around the
fair for aluminum and plastic. Last, but not least, these programs
can be used again. Please leave them at any of the entrance/exits
of the fair for others to enjoy. Thanks to you, we recycled and
composted more waste than was sent to the landfill.
WATER
In the spirit of reducing waste we have eliminated disposable
plastic water bottles. Drinking Stations are located near the park
bathrooms and the Oasis. Look for the red and white water banners
to fll up. Don’t have a cup? The Cantina and T-Shirt Booth are
selling Mountain Fair mugs good for keeping beer cold, coffee hot or
water at your fngertips. Be part of preserving our earth.
ALCOHOL POLICY
NO ALCOHOL CAN BE BROUGHT INTO THE PARK – nor taken out.
The entire Park (except the Oasis) has been licensed to consume
alcohol. So you can buy your refreshments at the Sopris
Cantina and take them back with you to your encampment or
to the Food Fairway area and enjoy a drink with your meal. The
Cantina will sell New Belgium Beers and organic wine, hard
cider, margaritas and our famous Freshies mojitos. Special
Bloody Marys will be available Saturday and Sunday Mornings
made with Paonia’s local Peak Spirits vodka until noon. IDs and
wristbands are required for persons drinking alcohol. All coolers
will be inspected at the entrances of the fair and we expect all
fairgoers to comply with these regulations.
HANDICAPPED PARKING
& HANDICAPPED RESTROOMS
Parking and handicapped accessible restrooms are available at
the U.S. Forest Service parking lot on Main St., which enables
easy access into the Oasis area. Proper identifcation must be
posted in the vehicles or they will be towed. The existing Park
Restrooms are also handicapped accessible.
FIRST AID
The Carbondale Volunteer Fire Department will once again have
the First Aid Booth, located in front of the pavilion at the Open
Space. A misting shower will be hooked up behind the Gazebo at
the corner of 7th & Euclid. Fairgoers are invited to cool off all day.
LAWN CHAIRS, UMBRELLAS & SHADE COVERINGS
So that all may better enjoy the Fair, the following ground rules
will apply: Lawn chairs placed in an arc in front of the Sound
Booth must be of the low variety, without a high back. The rule is
if a basketball can be placed underneath the chair it is too big
for this area. Shade coverings and umbrellas can only be placed
on the south side and behind the arc of the Sound Booth. All
shade coverings and canopies MUST be open on all sides AND
AVAILABLE FOR OTHERS TO SHARE/USE WHEN YOU ARE NOT
PRESENT. This way all of the best spaces are not left unoccupied
for any length of time – while other fairgoers are unable to see or
sit because of lack of room. Shade tents cannot be set up until
8 a.m. on Friday. Any found up before that will be taken down.
NEW THIS YEAR…PINK PORTA POTTIES FOR “WOMEN ONLY”
COURTESY OF MRI. Ladies, lets see how clean we can keep
these.
REMINDERS
• No dogs, pets or glass allowed in Sopris Park.
• No alcohol may be brought into the park.
• Bicycles must be parked at the Fair’s perimeters.
Thanks for helping us make things run smoothly!
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he bounty of free entertainment at Mountain Fair, as well as the free
Summer Concert Series, are brought to you by CCAH, building community
through art, and the Town of Carbondale. Support these endeavors with your
membership. Become a member at the Info Booth or by calling 963.1680.
Friday, July 24 MC - Pastor Mustard
G 4:00 Opening Blessing: Gong by Steve Cook
G 4:05 Community Drum Circle with
Rhythms Of The Heart
Laurie Loeb oversees a melding of beats and
spirit in one of the favorite drum circles of the
year. Bring a percussion instrument or borrow
one from the Mother of Mountain Fair!
G 4:00 Parade the Festival Grounds to the Oasis
G 5:00 The Tony Furtado Band
Acoustic virtuosity with rockin rhythms. Furtado
has 14 albums and numerous awards to his
name plus a huge fan base in Colorado. This
year Mountain Fair is starting off with a bang
and won’t stop till we drop. Tony is playing with
renowned Colorado musicians Dave Watts and
Eric Thorin. Catch Tony at Steve’s Guitars later in
the evening. www.tonyfurtado.com/tour.html
O 6:30 Dance Extravaganza w/ Sahara Moon
Seven dance troupes from the Roaring Fork
Valley perform an eclectic variety of dance styles
including; belly dance, modern, jazz, Tahitian,
hula and African. The show is an exciting
combination of ancient and modern dance forms.
Featured dance troupes include Sahara Moon,
Center Sisters, Inshallah, Fusion in Motion,
Artilluma Dance Company, African Dance Troupe
and the Senior Dance Company.
G 7:00 Vince Herman and Great American Taxi
Vince is best known as the leader of Leftover
Salmon but his latest venture hits the same
heights of festive. Joined by iconic Boulder
musicians: Jim Lewin, Chad Staehly, Chris
Sheldon and Edwin Hurwitz. The night is going
to heat up with Celtic, acoustic, rock and lots of
roll! www.greatamericantaxi.net
Saturday, July 25 MC - DJ Phatheads + Ms. Moon
C 7:15 Mount Sopris Runoff
A challenging 16 mile run over Basalt Mountain.
The Finish line is on Weant.
A 10:00 Art Booths Open
Support these amazing artists as they help
support this fair.
C 10:00 Fly Casting Competition
in the Open Space hosted by Fly Fisherman
Extraordinaire, Tony Fotopolis.
O 10:30- Music Together with Annie Flynn
11:15 Annie combines movement and music to create
magic for the very young. Best for ages 2 - 6
G 11:00 Round Mountain
Based in Santa Fe, New Mexico, their background
ranges from Balkan and West African styles to
traditional Appalachian music, from classical to
funk www.roundmountainmusic.com
G Gazebo O Oasis C Competition JT Jam Tent A Art Tent
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C 11:00 Pie Baking Contest
Located at the Judging Tent. Bring entries by
from 10 - 10:45 and be sure to stop by later and
buy a slice of heaven!
O 11:30 Story Telling w/ Drea Marsh
What little kid doesn’t love Drea. Host of KDNK’s
The Funky Phantom Toolbooth Hour on Sundays.
www.kdnk.org
C Noon Singles Horseshoe Tournament
at Glassier Park
The park is located half a block from park on
Weant. Sign up in advance at The Info Booth or
just show up.
JT Noon Bluegrass Jam at 7th Street Tent
Bring an instrument and join in some pickin or
just come and enjoy!
O 12:15 The Rock Bottom Ranch
Come join the gang from Rock Bottom Ranch for
some old fashioned family games for all ages
and stick around to try a hand at cranking goat
milk ice cream.
G 12:20 Rising Stars Series featuring:
The Jazz Aspen Student Recital bringing on the
jazz of old and new, The No Joes, Carbondales
newest generation of rockin musicians
from 3 Carbondale schools and Marilyn
Lindquist bringing incredible vocals and great
musicianship.
O 1:15 The Jammin Jim Show
Magic, Juggling and joy! Jammin has been a
staple in the valley for a long time. His act
is infectious for all! Come laugh, play and
participate. Jamminjuggling.com
C 2:00 The Adult Limbo Contest in the Open Space
Hosted by Dr. Limbo and his happy sidekick Mr.
Foulkrod! This is back bending at its best! Show
up and go low!!
O 2:15 Jeff Kagan -
Environmental Musical Kids Performer
Naturalist, educator and musician, Jeff mixes
it all up into one big ball of love for the
environment that catches fre with children and
adults alike.
G 2:45 Jes Grew
Long time favorites in the Roaring Fork Valley
throwing down the southern fried grooves and
jam rock
O 3:30 Music by Sophie Dasaro
Twelve year old Sophie Dasaro is a true
independent spirit, singing and playing her
guitar. Inspired by the memory of her mother and
driven by the talent of her father. Her covers are
charming and originals older than her years.
JT 3:45 Acoustic Jam at the 7th Street Tent
Acoustic and percussion plus voice should make
for a fun jam!
C 4:00 The Women’s Wood Splitting
Competition in the Open Space
Steve Skinner will host this women and wood
competition. Please sign up in advance at the
Info Booth. Its not the size of the woman but
how she wields an axe!
O 4:30 Hula Hoop Competition w/Betty Hoop
Betty Hoops hosts Hoop Camps and Craft
parties in the valley.
She also teaches Hoop Dance workshops for
adults. bettyhoops.com
G 5:00 Brave Combo
From Austin, a groundbreaking world music act, a
hot jazz quintet, a rollicking rock’n’roll bar band, a
Tex-Mex conjunto, a sizzling blues band, a saucy
cocktail combo, a deadly serious novelty act, a
Latin orchestra, and one of America’s best dance
bands. www.brave.com/bo
O 6:30 Young Talent On Stage
Join Sophie Dasaro, incredible singer/songwriter
and The No Joes, featuring Ryan Myler, Emily
Bruell, Lyle Luckett, Carly Rosenthal and Matt
Palomino, as young talent takes the stage.
G 7:00 The Hillbilly Hellcats
Rockabilly old school style. Expect a swirl of
surf, Stray Cats induced, elvis acting grooves
from some masters! www.myspace.com/
hillbillyhellcats
G 8:45 Masri Nar Egyptian Fire Dance Troupe
A fne way to end an amazing day at the fair. Fire,
magic and beauty dazzle and delight.
G Gazebo O Oasis C Competition JT Jam Tent A Art Tent
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Sunday, July 26 MC - Cheshire Kat and Steve Skinner
C 8:30 Porcupine Loop Bike Race
Meet at 7th and Euclid for Registration.
Race starts at 9
G 10:00 Earthbeat Choir
Earthbeat has been charming fair audiences for
many years. Young faces, sweet harmonies and fun
songs make for the perfect way to begin the day.
A 10:00 Artists Booths Open
Buy gifts for the rest of the year right here.
Agreat way to support Carbondale’s local arts
council, as well as the talent they bring in!
O 11:00 Music Together w/ Annie Flynn
See Saturday
C 11:00 Cake Baking Contest at the Judging Tent
The theme is royalty and the judges will be
decked out as fantastically as the cakes. Be
sure to buy a slice at the end.
JT 11:00 Old Tyme Jam at the 7th Street Tent
Old tyme, Celtic and more will be played. Come
with voice and instruments.
G 11:30 The Sybarite 5
Strings Magazine describes them this way, “The
Sybarite Chamber Players are a New York–based
group of gifted young string musicians who have
gained a reputation for juxtaposing the likes of
Stravinsky with Radiohead, or Dvorák with Led
Zeppelin. sybarite5.org
O Noon The Sneetches
Written by Dr. Suess and directed by Anne Marie
Zanca, this show will make children from 1 to
100 smile.
C Noon Doubles Horseshoe Tournament
at Glassier Park
O 12:40 Bikrams Yoga Exposition with
Bel and Emily Carpenter
In the top of yoga competition this show will
amaze. www.bikramsbasalt.com
G 1:00 Spring Creek
Winners of the 2007 Telluride Bluegrass Band
contest. Lots of pickin, great harmonies and
bluegrass fun! www.springcreekbluegrassband.com
O 1:15 The Jammin Jim Show
Juggling, Comedy, Music, and much much more!
O 2:15 Colin O’Brien - Banjo For Kids
In the spirit of John Hartford, O’Brien turns
kids on to the history and love of banjo with
playfulness and style.
G 2:45 Boulder Acoustic Society
The new wave of acoustic roots music. Fantastic
musicianship mixed with entertainment
boulderacousticsociety.net
O 3:10 The All Ages Talent Show!
Come share your talent.
C 4:00 Men’s Woodsplitting Competition
Hosted by Steve Skinner surrounded by lots of
muscle! Sign up in advance at the Info Booth.
JT 4:00 Bluegrass Jam at 7th Street Tent
The fnal jam of the fair will include bluegrass,
old tyme and celtic.
O 4:30 Poi Workshop with
Carolyn Cipperly and Friends
The art of poi spinning is fun for all ages and
offers gentle stretching, movement and improved
coordination
G 5:00 Spiritual Rez
This 7 piece, horn laden, reggae funk dance party
is a favorite wherever they play. They lift the spirit
while grooving the soul. www.spiritualrez.com
A 5:00 Art Booths begin to close
Better get those last minute items! We want our
artists to be happy!
O 6:30 Closing Parade beginning at The Oasis
Bring your creativity, costumes, puppets and
poetry for the super duper celebratory parade
through the park
G 7:00 Juno What!
70’s style funk from Motet members. This is
guaranteed to be a closer that makes memories
of 2009 special. myspace.com/junowhatband
O 9:00 The Sopris Sun presents the
2009 Mountain Fair Slideshow
Yes folks, like the days of yore, the fair will
close with a return to a slideshow of this year’s
memories. Hosted by Carbondale’s very own
independent newspaper.
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INTERNATIONAL
3 Sabra’s Deli Falafel, dolmas and Middle Eastern treats
11 India’s Clay Oven Indian food
5 Roaring Fork Family Center Gyros, lemonade
9 La Fogata Ceviche, pupusas, fresh fruit drinks
2 Carlson Catering Crepes
19 White House Pizza Wood fred pizza
19 El Zocalo Fish Tacos
17 All Spun Out Fresh sushi, hand rolls
20 Duke Pines Teriayki chicken and Garlic shrimp
MEATS
6 Smokin’ Willies Pulled Pork, chicken, smoked
buffalo, corn on the cob
5 Scout Dogs Hot and spicy dogs, lemonade
10 Philadelphia Philly Philly steak, chicken
12 Chef Dean Martin Shrimp, beef and veggie kebabs/ahi steak
8 Smoke BBQ Ribs, smoked meats
COLD TREATS
18 Methodist Church Ice cream cones and sundaes
14 St. Mary of the Crown Root Beer foats
16 Mr. Lemonade Fresh squeezed lemonade and lime-aid
Roaming Jeffreez Italian Ice Italian ices
OTHER
15 Craig’s Concessions Pennsylvania dutch funnel cakes
22 Old Tyme Kettle Korn Sweet and salty popcorn
13 Gourmet Nuts Sweet and salty nuts/cotton candy
SWEETS
1 Ruby and Beda’s Pedal Palace Organic, carbon-free Smoothies
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The Porcupine Loop Bike Race
MT. SOPRIS RUNOFF
The 31st annual foot race from Basalt to the Mountain
Fair starts at the Basalt 7/11 at 8 a.m. Saturday.
Race day registration starts at 7:25 a.m. A shuttle will
be available after the race to return runners to their
vehicles in Basalt.
FLY CASTING COMPETITION
Run by the infamous fsherman, Gill Finn, one of the
legends of fy-fshing in the Roaring Fork Valley, the
competition takes place Saturday, 10 a.m., at the
Open Space area of the Park. Prizes donated by Alpine
Angling. Registration till 9:45 a.m. at the Info Booth.
PIE and CAKE BAKING
The Pie Judging takes place on Saturday, at 11:00
and Cake is on Sunday at 11:00 in the Judging Canopy
near the Info Booth. Categories include: Fruit, Cream
and Exotic for pies and Torte, Exotic and Cake
HORSESHOE THROWING
Singles and Doubles – The Singles Tourney takes place
at high noon on Saturday. The Doubles Tourney is on
Sunday, also at high noon. Both events take place at
Glassier Park, two blocks south of Sopris Park on Weant
Blvd. Register at the Info Booth beginning Friday.
LIMBO CONTEST
Get down with Dr. Limbo at 2:00 p.m. Saturday in the
Open Space area. Prizes are donated by Alpine Angling
and Dr. Limbo.
THE WOOD SPLITTING CHAMPIONSHIP
Not to be missed. The Women’s Competition takes
place on Saturday at 4 p.m. The Men’s is held Sunday
at 4 p.m. Both in the Open Space. Registration begins
Friday. All entrants must wear safety shoes. Steel-toed
protectors are available at the competition. Winners
receive a new wood splitting maul.
THE PORCUPINE LOOP BIKE RACE
In it’s seventh year this race is a casual, fun race.
Racers meet in Sopris Park at 8:30 a.m on Sunday.
behind the stage. The race begins at the driveway of
Joyce and Dick Hunter on Dinkle Lake Road, on the
Porcupine Loop Trail and ends in Sopris Park.
Entries from the Pie and Cake Baking Contest.
The competitions of Mountain Fair have an honored
place in fair history. The pie and cake competitions,
fy-casting, running, biking, wood splitting, horseshoe,
and limbo contests are great ways to participate in
“Localmotion”. Registrations for most contests take
place at the CCAH Info Booth.
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he fair features over 164 vendors from across the country. Take a stroll around
the booths and take in the exquisite arts and crafts, which include photography,
paintings, woodworking, pottery, and a host of other hand-made items.
Immediate Right:
Be sure to see the Raku works of
Lance Timco at booth 126
Top:
Amy Fortunato brings us her
Cowboys Sweetheart jewelry,
booth 44
Middle:
Booth 123 offers women’s
fashion clothing.
Bottom:
Bee Happy Candles, beeswax
candles brought to us by Jan
Schubert at booth 88
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CLAY
32 Ruthann Maze
East West Pottery
hand painted, functional stoneware pottery
100 Tony Heslop
Brentwood Pottery
handthrown stoneware and raku
103 Jeff Kuhns
Jeff Kuhns
wheel thrown and sculptural stoneware
yodeb@hotmail.com
126 Lance Timco
Timco Art Pottery
thrown pottery & raku
lance@timco.com
121 Robert Hughs
KioteClay Pottery
handthrown,handbuilt clay
kioteclay@juno.com
107 Melissa Harvey
Buffalo Mountain Pottery
pottery
buffmtnpottery@hotmail.com
110 Sheena Cameron
Rare Earth
sculpture
rare-earth@cybermesa.com
137 Kimmberly Ioane
Kimmberly Ioane Studios
raku fred baskets
ioane@frontiernet.net
53 Ross Elgial
Igneous Earthworks
hand thrown construction pottery
CULINARY ARTS
27 Nancy and Andy Coonridge
Coonridge Organic Goat Cheese
organic goat cheese
organicgoatcheese@yahoo.com
156 Arik Glesne
Bee Chama Honey
raw honey, bee products & bee based beauty products
beechama1@hotmail.com
74 Katie O’hara-Barrett
O’hara Jams & Jellies
homemade jams, jellies and sauces
oharas@virtbiz.net
COMBINED CATEGORIES
76/77 James Haas and Cathya Savage
Cave Dreamers
hand painted silk scarves, stone and silver jewelry
cavedreamers@sisna.com
151 Willow Summers
Junk Mail
handcrafted jewelry from raw materials
kwillowsummers@yahoo.com
61 Michael McKenna and Lea Rolfson
Smiling Son Pottery
Lea’s Organic Skin Care
ceramic drums/skin care
142 June Carter/Cody Lyon
June Carter Designs/ Lyon Art
functional fused glass and oil paintings
92,93,94 CCAH Artists Gallery
High quality local arts
carbondalearts.com
Jerry Bauer
Tanya Black
Amy Butowitz
Staci Dickerson
Joan Engler
Sandie Gardner
Jonathan Hagman
Nonie Hoffman
Megan Larsen
Austin Lottimer
Summers Moore
Joy Rosenberg
Sandy Rubino
Mariah Shipp
Michael Steuben
Zoe Tessier
Felicia Trevor
Lea Tyler
Sara Ward
130 Vicky Hinds/ Judy Schnepp
Hinds Sight /Mind To Metal
paint and paper/metal sculpture
1956bsacomcast.net • vicky.hinds@gmail.com
106 Peter Stacey/ John Hoffman
photos/metal sculpture
pustacey@unm.edu
87 Axel Stewart/ Eric Allen
iron work/pottery
stewartaxel@googlemail.com
140 Sarah Leidner/ Kelly Land-Prideux
jewelry
90,91 Ann Harris,
SAW (Studio for Arts + Works)
Steven Colby
Anne Goldberg
Nancy Barbour
Colby June
Gretchen Koenig
Alayne Tetor
Alex Watson
Stanley Bell
CCAH Silent Auction
Artists from the Fair
silent auction
*Located near the Judging Tent.
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CLOTHING
57 Colinne Seemayer/ Jeff Rubin
Colors Artwear womens clothing
w/ stamp painting, batik
colorsartwear@earthlink.net
64 Marcel Antoinette
La Donnas House of Design
children’s clothing
nothinmarcel@aol.com
65 Elizabeth Jenkins
Handwoven Design
handwoven clothing
elizabethjenkinsnm@hotmail.com
63 Sally Owen
SC Designs
women’s high fashion clothing
ran-sal@hotmail.com
143 Monique Toulouse
July Five
original women’s clothing
julystarfve@hotmail.com
123 Jennifer Tuggle
Autumn Teneyl Designs
womens fashion clothing
jennifer@autumnteneyl.com
158 Tom Joyce
Joyce Family Enterprises
original children and adult clothing
joycedyes@aol.com
145 Cyndi Buck
Cyndi Buck Designs
hand-dyed silk velvet dresses, tops,and more
cyndibuckdesign@hotmail.com
153/154 John Busscher
Dye-Namics
tie-dye and batik clothing and tapestries
skiermon@hotmail.com
55 Cyndy Love
Cyndy Love Designs
feece clothes
cldesigns@hotmail.com
71, 99 Amir Lagher
Luna Claire
original clothing
amiriagher@hotmail.com
73 Elisabeth Delehaunty
Elisabethan LLC
vintage & reclaimed clothing
duds@elisabethan.com
85 Nina Paul
Nina Paul
batik clothing for women and kids
ninapaulbatik@gmail.com
45/46 Maryon Hatter
The Hatters
leather, canvas and felt hats
40 Staci Teague
Rybug recycled clothing
staci@rybug.net
52 Tiffany Tinker
Tiffany Tinker Art Originals
painted silk scarves and clothing
tinkerart@gmail.com
124 Jane Smith
Just Plain Jane
recycled goods
jane77@comcast.net
146 Victor Field
Ataraxia
silkscreen clothing
ataraxiadesigns@gmail.com
150 Emily Marshall
Free Time Hats
hats
emily@freetimegoods.com
47 Debbie Brawley
The Unbroken Circle
children’s clothing
d.brawley@comcast.net
38 Willow Mannan
115/116 Sheilah Grebe
Grebe Batik
custom made clothing with batik designs
sggm@grebebatik.com
96 Soxymoron
recycled, upcycled clothing
willowwindart@hotmail.com
FABRIC ARTS
152 Neil and Lisa Kahrs
Kahrs Toy Time
puppet marionettes
kahrstoytime@sktc.net
98 David Crawford
Wild West Designs
tapestry and leather purses,
bags and hip packs
davidww@aol.com
97 Molly Dunn Crawford
Eagle Nest Chair
hanging chairs
davidww@aol.com
38 Connie Bradley
Forgotten Arts quilts
30a Deanna Curry-Elrod
Sapphire Sky Alpacas
alpaca hats, scarves etc
dcurryelrod@yahoo.com
54 Luis Chavez
Native Arts
handwoven bracelets, cotton shirts hand
ecuadorincasa@yahoo.com
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39 Tracey Belt
Tracey Belt Designs
sterling silver belts
trazy@frontier.net
FLORAL
113 Paul Peng
Lily’s Bonsai
bonsai Trees
GLASS
112 Kimberly Reed
Refections of Light
leaded glass boxes and decorative hangings
reedsrefections@yahoo.com
132 Jeff and Jenny Tseng
Spring Designs
hand painted glass vases
springdesigns@juno.com
134 Mitch Berg
Wired Glass
fused glass,wire and found object sculpture
smm@cybermesa.com
42 Cynthia and Jim Miller
Fireweed
handblown glass
jc_frewind@msn.com
127 Jason & Keena Kimmel
Forest Lampworking
handblown,frameworked glass
mail@forestlampworking.com
JEWELRY
29 Sean Berton
Sean’s Celtic Creations
sterling and gold jewelry
celticjwlr@aol.com
122 Sara Foster
Stone Creek Designs
fabricated.forged,handcast jewelry
stonecreekdesign@yahoo.com
114 TK Connor
TK Connor
handcrafted rings, errings and hair art
tkconnor@aol.com
75 Richard Lindsay
Richard Lindsay Design
hand fabricated earrings, bracelets,
brooches, belts and rings
rlighthorse@aol.com
120 Ginny Wolf
Ginny Wolf
semi precious stones, found
objects and glass jewelry
lunatic@laplaza.org
79 Celeste Hill/ David Sheppard
Sheppard/Hill Designs
sterling and gold jewelry
shephill@wic.net
62 Kristine Riis Cenfield
Kristine Riis Designs
forged metals with precious gems
cs2008@kristinriis.com
72 Kirk McCarthy
Light Y’ears
niobium jewlery
kirk@kirkmccarthy.com
109 Collin Scherba
Instarsia Studio
high quality custom jewelry
cf23@earthlink.net
102 Whare Heke
Moana Nui Designs
carved bone pendants
info@moananuidesigns.com
84 Hanan Epshtein/Erez Ingel
Silver Mind
greek jewelry
hanan@silvermind.net
44 Amy Fortunato
Cowboy’s Sweetheart
jewelry- silver, copper
amy@cowboys-sweetheart.com
135 Danny Bushart
Romantic Jewelery
fne jewelry
danny.bushart@gmail.com
23 Judy Davidson
The Crown jewels
sterling and bronze jewelry
pokerprincess@comcast.net
147 Rachael Pulkkila
Rocky’s Hardwear
sterling and reclaimed materials
rachelle@rockyshardwear.com
138 Vickie Deane
Vickie Deane Jewelry
hand fabricated jewelry
elleborenm@yahoo.com
80 Kristin Annon
hand forged jewelry
kristinannon@gmail.com
LEATHER
118 Barry & Jean Anderson
Sundance C
Sheepskin footware, hats, mittens
info@sundanceleather.com
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41 Mark and Martha Bauer
Rolling Thunder
deerskin jackets, bags and vests
macmar2@yahoo.com
31 Leslie Zauf
The Early Sun
hand-cut/hand -sewn leather
leslietravelsaround@gmail.com
METAL
117 Thomas Leiblein
Silvie Goldmark Design
functional silver sculpture
lpww@nmia.com
67/68 Fred Conlon
Sugar Post Metal
recycled sculpture
fred@sugarpost.com
26 Alex Thomas and Rick Naredo
The Cat & the Fiddle
silverware whimsical art
catandfddle1@juno.com
58 Jennifer Utsch
Jendala
torched reclaimed metal
info@jendala.com
86 Richard Kolb
Yardbirds
recycled metal sculpture
rich@yardbirds.info
125 Dea Shea
Iron Maiden of Denver
metal sculpture and garden art
deashea@yahoo.com
49 Robert and Faye Boyce
Shooting Star
copper cut shapes
starfaye@qwest.net
133 Juana/Eva Pena
Pena Designs
copper and steel
juanapenadesigns@aol.com
MYSTIC MILE
160/161 Ed Muniz
Massage Co-op
massage
almuniz@netzero.net
163 Elise Sherman
Elise Sherman
tarot reading
angelise@earthlink.net
164 Ruby Burkholder
astrology/psychic
miamiclaudia@gmail.com
OTHER
66 Jerry Lovenstein
Grassy Creek Handcrafted Brooms
handcrafted brooms
gchbrooms@hotmail.com
28 Peggy Jackson
Butterfy Art By Sky Vine
mixed media butterfy and insect art
pjays@comcast.net
129 Nanina Karen Ra
Nanina Ra
hand made salt scrubs and soaps
kne-hea@msn.com
30b Lynn Garlick
Lynn Garlick Retablos
hand painted reproductions
lynngarlick@msn.com
35 Linda Vinton
Teepees from Rattlesnake Crossing
hand made and painted children’s teepees
teepees2@aol.com
60 Karin Frye
Art For the Face Eyeglasses
embellashed eyeware with acrylic & beads
karin@artfortheface.com
155 Sarah Fredrickson
Embodi Ohm Mehndi
henna tatoos
sarahfredrickson@hotmail.com
51 Liz Gould
Bottlenec
stone boxes
bottlenec@comcast.net
88 Jan Schubert
Bee Happy Candles
beeswax candles
schubert-jan@earthlink.net
148 Rebecca Pressnall
The Celebrated Woman
body products
beckypressnall@comcast.net
136 Barb Livdahl
Livdahl Fine Arts
spirit dolls/airbrush
dahlara@msn.com
50 Rod One Paw Baca
One Paw
native ceremonial items
rodonepaw@yahoo.com
105 Hill Brin
Hill Brin Tile Design
hand-made tile furniture etc.
hillbrin@earthlink.net
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157 Virginia Columbo
Nomadic Visions Art
mask wall sculpture
nomadicvisions@aol.com
139 Jodie Brown
Soap County Inc
soaps, lotions
OASIS
OA16 Marta Benitez
Wax Hands
wax hands
benitezmar2002@yahoo.com
OA7 Mary Ann Justman
Rose Resources
face painting
maryannrj@aol.com
OA12 Julie Mulcahy
Waldorf School
childrens booth
jewels@rof.net
OA8 Linda Zimmerman
Marshmallow Clouds
face painting
facepnt@aol.com
OA14 Debbie Bruell
Crystal River School
clothespin dolls
mandyg_25@yahoo.com
OA5 Cathy Podest
Rock Monster Climbing Wall
climbing wall
tipme@aol.com
OA13 Marty Sailsbury
Fit To Be Tie-Died
hands on kids tie die
twistedtzz@msn.com
PAINTING/DRAWING
119 Carmel Walden
Walden Watercolors
fne art watercolors and prints
carmel@waldenwatercolors.com
104 Stephen Koury
Koury Wildlife Art
Gouach and acrylic paintings
spot@skoury.com
149 Maria Reyes-Jones
acrylic painting
maria@mariareyesjones.com
131 Connie Baker
mixed media
conniembaker@gmail.com
144 Jill Lawson
Jill Lawson Original Oils
jilllawson@mac.com
38 Sabrina Dreffer
A. Beadles Fine Art
fne art
sabrina@abeadlesfneart.com
PHOTOGRAPHY
83 Kenny Tong
Kenny Tong
Photodecorative
photography
photo@kennytong.com
36,37 Louis Cantillo
Light Chasers photography
info@louiscantillo.com
101 Dona Bollard
The Spotted Pony
gelatin sepia toned photos
spotted.pony@hotmail.com
59 Paul Biron
Sparrow Hawk Photography
wildlife and landscape photography
photo@sparrow-hawk.org
128 Jason & Keena Kimmel
Forest Lampworking
artistic photography
mail@forestlampworking.com
25 Dan Caldemeyer
Wildlife and Nature Photo
wildlife photography
satto16@msn.com
WOOD
69/70 Ron and Christine Sisco
Treestump Woodcraft
kitchen utensils, cutting boards,
& salad bowls
info@treestumpwoodcrafts.com
78 Harry Seavey
High Mountain Flutes
native american futes
futes4all@highspirits.com
43 Tom Dickeson
Thom’s Wood N Things
wood breadboards and knives etc
thomswoodnthings@yahoo.com
141 Matt Downer
Matt Downer Designs
fne wood furniture
mattdowner@yahoo.com
24 Dan Dengler
Dan Dengler Long boards
long boards/skate boards
dandenglerlongboards@yahoo.com
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August 7
Mountain Fair Gallery
Show, CCAH Gallery
August 8
Free concert with: Big
Daddy Lee and the
Kingbees and The
Moonlight Cruisers, 4th
& Main, 5-9
September 4
Valley Art Teachers Show,
CCAH Gallery
September 21
Six89 Annual Fundraising
Dinner
October 1-31
CCAH Membership Drive
October 2
Invitational Glass Show,
CCAH Gallery
November 6
Dia De Los Muertos,
CCAH Gallery
December 4
Light Up Carbondale,
4th & Main
December 4
Holiday Show,
CCAH Gallery
January 16
Mid Winter
Mountain Fair Concert
February 5
First Friday
March 5
First Friday VVAS
March 13
“Green Is the New Black”
Fashion Show
April 2
First Fridays
May 7 – 27
CCAH Membership Drive
May 7
First Friday
June 4
First Friday
June 27
CCAH Membership
Meeting and Summer of
Music Kick-off
July 4
Summer of Music Concert
July 11, 18
Summer of Music Concert
JULY 23, 24, 25 2010
The 39th Annual
Carbondale Mountain Fair
CCAH
2009/2010
Events
Calendar
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This year’s theme is “LOCALMOTION”. Our world is moving
forward quickly, in all sorts of exciting ways, and Carbondale is a
great refection of this. Bike riding for fun, as well transportation,
home gardening for beauty and food, ranches that produce locally
grown meats, solar farms for energy and a community that works
together to solve problems stem from “Localmotion”. In honor of
this theme Mountain Fair has two great ways to participate:
THE JAM TENT
Located under the big shady tree at the 7th Street Entrance, this
tent is a place to bring an instrument or pick one up there and
play your heart out! Overseen by The Tippets, a local acoustic
act, come play or watch. Check the Fair Schedule for the times of
bluegrass, acoustic and open mike jams.
THE CARBONDALE QUILT PROJECT
Quilts have been a part of storytelling history for years. We thought
it was time to have a quilt that refected what people love about
Carbondale and Mountain Fair. Squares have been available to
the community for several months. Thanks to Emma Danciger and
her great team of quilters, the frst quilt is hanging at the T-Shirt
Booth. Pick up a square and create for another quilt. This quilt will
be hung at the 3rd Street Center.
Enjoy a colorful medley of
music and dancing this year.
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Carbondale Mountain Fair ‘09 21
Musings By a Friend
by Pat Noel
This is the way it is:
We all aspire to liberations of one sort or another.
That’s what the Carbondale Mountain Fair is all about.
That’s what the late John Palmer was all about. Talk
about a perfect ft!
Mr. Palmer was part and parcel of the fair for more
than 30 years until his passing last month at the age
of 62. An archtypal participant, organizer and booster
of the event in its earliest, purest form, he celebrated
its essence every summer and saw it for what it is:
a 3 ring circus of odd opportunities and paradoxical
encounters.
This is the way it was:
A local rock band, The Crystal Bullets, are playing
the last, fast song on Sunday night. Over there by the
bandstand is an ample girl in white short-shorts with a
butt so big it looks like 50 pounds of weasals trapped
in a 40 pound bag. She’s bound to dance alone. Wait
a minute: here’s a real cute guy...John Palmer. Good
lord, she’s dancing with him feeling beautiful! Dancing
with a rascal at the Mountain Fair!
John Palmer is missed daily in this community.
Dance a dance for John!
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The Carbondale Mountain Fair depends on the time,
kindness, energy and support of many people and
businesses, including over 350 volunteers to run the
fair. If we could kiss you all…we would! If we forgot
anyone we promise we will make it up to you in great
programming all year round.
THANKS
Production
Mark Taylor
Marty Treadway
Electricians
Bill Laemmel and
Carbondale Light and Power
Rob Roper and Colorado
Electric
4 Corners
Mac Mcenneny, OT
CONTESTS AND
COMPETITION
Pie Contest
Hilary, Heidi and Harmony
Hendricks and Pam
Zentmeyer
Cake Contest
Stacy Stein
Limbo Contest
Bruce Stolbach
Wood Splitting Contest
Dru Handy, Steve Skinner
Mt. Sopris Runoff
Bruce Gabow
Porcupine Loop Bike
Race
Alejo Dominguez
Fly-casting Competition
Gill Finn
Kids Hula Hooping
Betty Hoops
Horseshoes
Connie Medalis
COULDN’T DO
THIS WITHOUT:
Trina Ortega
Scott Minor
Sid Lincome
Lines in Space Surveyors
Larry Balinger
Gene Schilling
Jeff Jackel
Town of Carbondale
The Carbondale
Tourism Council
Carbondale EMT’S and
Fire Department
Carbondale
Environmental Board
Carbondale Public
Works Department
Carbondale Police Department
Carbondale Parks and Rec
Department
The Carbondale Town
Trustees
Carbondale Swimming Pool
CCAH SPONSORS
Community Sustainers
Town of Carbondale
Alpine Bank
Valley View Hospital
Foundation
New Belgium Beer
Kuyper Foundation
Timbers Resorts
Dave and Tammy Burden
KPCO
A.Beadles Gallery
of Fine Art
Dos Gringos Burritos and
Café Ole
ART LOVERS
Firedancer Productions
Ace Hardware
Catherine Store Liquors
Garvik Construction
Arches Foundation
Aspen Times/GWPI
David Lawrence Foundation
Firedancer Productions
Personal Rehabilitation
Center
KDNK Community Radio
MUSICAL NOTES
Peak Rentals
Drinker Durrance Graphics
Red Mountain Inn
Sol Energy
Solar Flair Thermal Systems
Skybeam
American National Bank
Biospaces Inc.
The Carbondale Rotary
Crystal Valley Echo
Fleisher Land and Homes
Immigration Initiative Grant
Whitsitt and Gross
The Loadout
Peppino’s
Pour House
Sopris Chiropractic
Village Smithy
FAIR FRIENDS
Ackerman Log Homes
Shoestring Publishing
Planted Earth
Freshies Mojito Mix
Alpine Angling
Louis Swiss Bakery
Sustainable Settings
Buffalo Valley Inn
White House Pizza
The Sopris Sun
Alex Sobrinho
International Food
Catering
Carbondale Co-op
Ajax Bike and Sport
Ute City Cycles
Mi Casita
Spuds, Suds and Subs
Red Rock Diner
Six89
Russets
Ella Restaurant
Carbondale Recreation
Center
Green Line Architects
SEI – Solar Energy
International
U.S. Forest Service
RE-1 School District
Carbondale Library
Mike Strang
Steve Skinner
Vickie Browne
Ellie Weiss
La Roca Taqueria
Carole Klein
Other Thomas
The Shirtstop
Mountain Utility
Electric Vehicles
Emma Danciger
Berthod Motors
SPECIALTIES
Poster Design
Michael Steuben
Program
The Glenwood
Post Independent
Photographer
Jane Bachrach
Back Stage Design
Cody Lyon
Stage Design
Amber Sparkles
Flower Design
Davie Roach and Planted Earth
THE MOUNTAIN
FAIR DREAM TEAM
Mark Taylor
Kat Rich
Pete Rich
Bill Laemmel
Megan Larsen
Lauren Martindale
Laura Vogel
Drea Marsh
Jim Pomey
Annie Worley
Jim Neu
Dave Kanzer
Tory Heirich
Jeff Britt
Leslie Johnson
Mark Weinhold
Mustang Molly
Jason White
Bailey Nelson
Mark Lacy
Hans Lindbloom
Courtney Eagleton
Sarah Johnson
Meagan Goodwin
Shanti Gruber
Marty Treadway
Trina Ortega
CCAH
Director
Ro Mead
Assistant to the Director
Holly Gressett
Mountain Fair and
Events Director
Amy Kimberly
THE CCAH
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Jess Downing
Joe Scofeld
Bob Schultz
Jody Ensign
Jane Hart
Peter Mullet
Kat Rich
Jonathan Shamis
Jeff Britt
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