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    COLD HANDS, WARM HEART: COMMUNITY CAMPFIRE

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    Welcoming Spring: Community Fire and Gathering 
    Saturday, March 23, 2 - 5:30 p.m.   
    Share the awakening of spring with an afternoon of story, song, hiking, and friendship, enhanced by the warmth of a fire. Choose from the activity options below, all culminating at the Bluebell Shelter for a community fire.  



    • Option #1 Adults and Older Kids  
      2 p.m. Meet at the Ranger Cottage for a moderate hike by the base of the Flatirons with OSMP staff (suggested ages: 12+). Ending at the Bluebell Shelter, we’ll learn the basics of building a successful fire, as well as campfire etiquette and safety.  
       

    • Option #2 Family and Younger Kids  
      2-3 p.m. Meet in the Ranger Cottage. Drop in for family arts & crafts, and other kid-friendly activities.  At 3:00, we’ll get ready to walk to the Bluebell Shelter together (about a half-hour walk.)  
       

    • Option #3 Open to All  
      Meet at the Ranger Cottage at 3:15 p.m. to walk a half mile (500-ft elevation gain) to the Bluebell Shelter for a community fire. Instruments encouraged! We’ll sing songs, share stories, sip cider, and welcome new beginnings while we enjoy each other’s company.   
       


    Follow this link for a map to the meeting place.  


    What to bring: Dress in layers, bring traction for your boots (I.e. yak tracks, Microspikes etc.), blankets, insulated water bottle, your sense of adventure.  Optional: S’more makings, snacks, hot beverages and musical instruments.ments.

    COLD HANDS, WARM HEART: COMMUNITY CAMPFIRE
    • 900 Baseline Rd
    • Boulder, CO 80302
    • to
    • Ranger Cottage at Chautauqua Park
    • FREE