Briefs: Bike swap, Mountain Fair applications open and arts camps
Bike swap this weekend
Sell your old gear or buy new-to-you stuff during Saturday’s Roaring Fork Cycling Bike Swap. Bikes, accessories, clothing and parts will be available. Drop off bikes beginning at 8 a.m.; the swap runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Rent a table for $20 to sell other items. All sales are cash only. Eighty percent of revenue from bikes and bike-related sales goes to the seller; the other 20 percent goes to Roaring Fork Cycling, Crown Mountain BMX and Aspen/Basalt High School Composite Team. The event takes place at Crown Mountain Park. Learn more at roaringforkcycling.org.
Mountain Fair application period open
Are you an artist? Would you like to exhibit at Mountain Fair? The Valley Locals’ booth is accepting applications through May 19. The artwork is juried, and applicants must be members of Carbondale Arts who reside in an “816” ZIP code. Visit carbondalearts.com/mountain-fair to download the application for your handmade work. The 46th Mountain Fair will be held July 28-30.
Carbondale Arts camps open for registration
Two Carbondale Arts summer camps now welcome registrants. YogArt combines art, games, yoga and other movement. Rochelle Norwood will lead children 6 and older through creative movement, and they’ll have an opportunity for self expression through art. The camp runs July 17-20, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Rosybelle Maker Bus at The Launchpad. In August, Norwood will return for a youth sewing camp. It will run Aug. 28-31, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Students will create wearable art using a variety of materials.
Each camp costs $155 for members and $160 for nonmembers. Register by July 10 for YogArts and Aug. 21 for sewing camp via carbondalearts.com.
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