ACTIVITIES

 

Tai Chi
Duke Epperson
10:15

Tai chi is an ancient Chinese tradition that, today, is practiced as a graceful form of exercise. It involves a series of movements performed in a slow, focused manner and accompanied by deep breathing.

Tai chi, also called tai chi chuan, is a noncompetitive, self-paced system of gentle physical exercise and stretching. Each posture flows into the next without pause, ensuring that your body is in constant motion.

Tai chi has many different styles. Each style may subtly emphasize various tai chi principles and methods. There are variations within each style. Some styles may focus on health maintenance, while others focus on the martial arts aspect of tai chi.

Tai chi is different from yoga, another type of meditative movement. Yoga includes various physical postures and breathing techniques, along with meditation.


Jitterbug
Kindle Bustos
12:15

Jitterbug, exuberant ballroom dance popular in the 1930s and ’40s, originating in the United States and spread internationally by U.S. armed forces during World War II. Its original freewheeling acrobatic swings and lifts were modified for more conservative ballroom versions. Couples did most versions while holding one or both hands. Jitterbug music—also called jive, or jump—is in 4/4 time with syncopated rhythm.


Zumba GOLD
Cynthia Pursell
Kathy Keidel
11:15

 

Zumba is a Latin-inspired, dance fitness class using rhythms such as salsa, merengue, cumbia, reggaeton, etc., that is designed to be effective, easy to follow, and fun. 

Zumba Gold is a class for older active adults and beginners that modifies Zumba moves at a lower intensity and keeps the FUN!

Cynthia Pursell, Instructor at Salida Dance Studio and Kathy Keidel, Instructor at Buena Vista Dance Studio.


ARE YOUR BONES READY FOR LIFE?
Diane Baker
2:15

Bones for Life exercises will invite you to safely explore patterns of natural movement and posture. By experiencing movements that take you out of habitual patterns, you can discover a new way of being in your body. 


RIDE A BIKE
Subculture Cyclery
10 - 3

Subculture Cyclery will be present to answer all of your bicycle questions as well as bringing several types of electric assist bikes that will be available for test drives.

Gentle Yoga
Dr. Katie Goroncy
11:15

Gentle yoga is a variation of the hatha tradition of yoga. It was created to be accessible to all types of students, and to support their mental, physical, and spiritual needs. Gentle yoga seeks to provide therapeutic modifications to common yoga poses.


Alcohol & Ink Painting
Julie Maas
10:15

Discover the allure of alcohol inks! The vivid colors blend and form magical shapes and illusions, right before you eyes. This is a hands-on experience that’s fun and stress free.


Introduction to Qiqong
John Candea
1:15

Learn ancient principles of connecting easy movement, breath and attention for flexibility, increased blood flow, stress-reduction and improved over-all health.

John Candea is a health educator and acupuncturist for over 35 years.


Kundalini Yoga 
Marsha Brown, LMFT
12:15

Vitality at Every Age!

Bring the body you have today and experience an introduction to Kundalini Yoga. We will focus on stretching, moving and breathing while seated in a chair. Come notice and enjoy the effects on your energy as you relax, release and restore.


COMMUNITY FUN
SALIDA CIRCUS
12 - 2

Members of Salida Circus will be entertaining all over the fairgrounds with stilt walkers, clown, and jugglers. Watch from the sidelines or jump into the fun!

 

FOOD

 

Food provided by: Chaffee County 4H, Rachel’s (sandwiches and such), and King Kaeng’s Rotating Curry.

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King Kaeng’s Roating Curry food cart serves a rotating menu in Salida. Primarily focused on regional curries from around the globe. Explore featured dishes including Thai Red, Yellow and Green Curry, Tikka Masala, Korma, Jalfrezi, Saag Paneer, Tom Ka Gai, Thukpa, Bánh mì, Traditional Ramen, Vindaloo, Panang Curry, Massaman Curry, Miso soup and Bhutanese Stir Fry. Wontons, Momos, Kati Rolls, and Teriyaki skewers are just a few to name for the smaller items.

Always served with rice and selection of bread. Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Corn Free, Vegan and Vegetarian options will be in circulation depending on daily specials. Rotating protein options will also be available including duck, pork, chicken, yak, beef, and a wide variety of seafood. House-made sauces and toppings help you customize your meal as well.

Everything conceptualized and prepared by Chef Jahil Bragassa.