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The Day the Music Played On...
We could not have hosted our first event in challenging times without the support and selfless contribution of all these fine musicians. Give them your warmest applause!
We experienced the music of The Cars with some of Denver’s finest musicians: Gabe Steele - Vocals and bass; Britt Heaps - Vocals and guitar; Mitch Jervis - Vocals and guitar; Rick Thompson - Keyboards, and Monte Thorin - Drums.
As you know, they have become Rotary Club of Conifer's St. Patrick's Day Event official band! We enjoyed their wonderful rhythms again in Colorado's mountains at our family-friendly fundraiser! The Mint Edition Band, a Denver-based vocal group offered a variety of tunes for those who love country music, folk, pop, and jazz.
Our mountains swayed to the powerful high-energy sounds of bluegrass with Patrick Hiester's Boggy Draw.
We learned how this warm-up band conformed by talented Conifer High School students got its name. Happy to cheer for our local youth contributing to the success of Conifer Festival!
We all enjoyed the menu of Los 3 Garcia's Mexican Restaurant, a Conifer favorite, where locals and mountain vacationers enjoy delicious, family-inspired Mexican meals. Attendees ordered from their cars and Rotarian volunteers delivered food to their vehicles. What an unstoppable team!
Funds raised at this event support Rotary programs serving our communities, including local grants, high school senior scholarships, RYLA/Young RYLA scholarships, and the 285 Backpack Project.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and individuals with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.
By attending the Conifer Festival you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
Effective July 24, 2020, face coverings are mandatory in Jefferson County at indoor and outdoor public settings for everyone ages 11 and older. Wash your hands . Practice social distancing. Let's help keep each other healthy.