Kids, Kids, Kids: Bike,Run, Fun!
Registration fee for the KIDS FUN RUN! is $10 at any time. The event takes place at downtown Bond Park, in front of Estes Park Town Hall, on Saturday, June 21, 2014. The runs start at 2:00 pm – you can register on the day at Bond Park between 11:00am and 2.00pm.
Introducing: Bike Fun!
Register: 10:30am and completing activities by 12:30.
- Bike Safety Game
- Bike Stunt Demonstration
- Short Bike Race
KIDS FUN RUN! Info
In the spirit of fun, age categories and distances are as follows:
- 4 -5 years and younger 200m
- 6-8 years 400m
- 9-10 years 800m
- 11-12 years 1 mile
- All runs are out and back on MacGregor Avenue.
- There will be a medal for every finisher and spot prizes!
- The festival starts at 10:30am, through to 3:00pm. There will be games, live music and interactive educational activities.
- This will be our 5th KIDS FUN RUN! – each of the previous year’s have been a big success. We invite you to come and join in the fun for 2014!
Festival of music, games and environmental education
Music performed by Shamwari, expect to dance & enjoy!
Shamwari is a youth band from the Kutandara Center in Boulder, Colorado. The band principally plays Shona music from the African nation of Zimbabwe. The music is polyrhythmic and played on marimbas, which resemble long, wooden xylophones. There are seven types of marimbas ranging from bass marimba to soprano and each musician learns to play them all. The band plays both traditional music as well as more contemporary pieces arranged by Shona composers. In Shona, Shamwari means “friend” and this typifies what both the music and the band are about. It is uplifting, community music that often touches the soul.
Shamwari is pleased to provide music for the Estes Park Fun Run & Festival , continuing a six year tradition. If you would like more information about the band or the Kutandara Center, please visit the website Kutandara.com.
performing Shona music from the African nation of Zimbabwe
Join Rocky Mountain National Park’s partner,
ROCKY MOUNTAIN CONSERVANCY at the Kids Festival. You will enjoy exhibits and interactive activities about wildlife that live in Rocky Mountain area.