Mountain Fair Sunday schedule
• 8:30 a.m. Porcupine Loop Bike Race• 9:30-10:15 Earthbeat Choir, Gazebo• 10arts booths open• 10:45-11:45 Jan Garrett and J.D. Martin (gospel), Gazebo• 11Cake judging contest, judging booth• 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.Music Together with Annie Flynn, Oasis• Noon doubles horseshoes competition, Glassier Park• Noon to 12:20 p.m. Aspen/Snowmass Jazz Youth Camp, Gazebo• 12:20-1Wise Fool Aerial Circus, open space• 1-1:30Poi twirling workshop, Abbey Pleviak, Oasis• 1-2:15Crooked Still (bluegrass), Gazebo• 2-2:15 Adult hula hoop instruction, open space• 2:15-2:45 Adult hula hoop competition, open space• 1:45-2:30″Alice in Wonderland,” Oasis• 2:45-4 Wendy Woo and the Woo Crew, Gazebo• 2:45-3:15Andrea Early-Coen clogging workshop, Oasis• 3:30-4:15Discovery Toy’s Game Center, Oasis• 3:30Kids baking contest, judging canopy• 4-5Men’s woodsplitting championship, open space• 4:30-5:30The Jammin Jim Show, Oasis• 5:15-6:30 Nosotros (Latino rhythms), Gazebo• 7-8:308 Trac (funky rock and soul), Gazebo
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