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Grab Your Dancing Shoes for ACES’ Contra Dance at Rock Bottom Ranch

Please join ACES on September 7th from 6-9pm for a Contra Dance at Rock Bottom Ranch.

Presented by Aspen Center for Environmental Studies August 18, 2017

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Celebrate the upcoming harvest season with music and dancing. Guests will learn line dancing steps with Wooden Nickel String Band and a caller under the open-air pole barn! Ticket includes dancing & one beer from Roaring Fork Beer Company; additional beers are $4. Field 2 Fork Kitchen will be on-site for guests to purchase a delicious farm fresh dinner. From 6-7pm, there will be a farm tour and happy hour, and then from 7-9pm there will be music and dancing. Please walk, bike, bus, or carpool to the Ranch whenever possible as parking is extremely limited. Rock Bottom Ranch is located at 2001 Hooks Spur Road, Basalt, CO 81621. Rock Bottom Ranch serves as ACES' mid-valley hub for environmental education, wildlands preservation, and sustainable agriculture. The 113-acre wildlife preserve and educational Ranch sits between the Roaring Fork River and the Crown of Mount Sopris and is conveniently located midway between Basalt and Carbondale on the Rio Grande Trail. Its acreage includes wetlands, spring-fed ponds, a braid of the Roaring Fork River, cottonwood bottomlands, a view of piñon-juniper woodlands on adjacent BLM land, teaching farmyards, pasturelands, and gardens. For more information and to buy tickets please visit our website at www.aspennature.org.