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This weekly Mon. science lesson/all requests concert is for members of our online learning community.
"What in the name of Aspen and Willow are you talking about?!" our beaver character asks during the song "Beaver" from our Album Mighty Wolf. Today we will explore what makes a creature a keystone species. The Beaver will be our host as we learn about why something is a keystone species. Learn examples of other keystone species and then create our own beaver dams through a simple hands-on art project. And as always we'll leave time for some singing!
Sun27Sep202011amCamp Granite Lake11902 Camp Eden Road, Golden, CO, 80403
A live, in-person, socially-distanced children's concert from the big, drive-in field at Camp Granite Lake! $60/space, for up to 6 people.
Join us for this in-person kids' concert amidst the beautiful mountain setting of Camp Granite Lake, 35 min. from South Boulder.
2 options to keep it socially-distant from arrival to departure:
1) Park your car right on the field. We'll have an attendant showing where to go. Cars will be spaced appropriately to satisfy distancing restrictions, you can bring chairs/blankets to sit outside your vehicles. We will have a full sound setup from the stage but you can also tune in via FM radio signal on your car radio!
2) Park in the lot adjacent to the field, mask up and walk to your spot on the field with chairs/blankets. Spaces will be marked appropriately to satisfy distancing restrictions. Our attendant will guide you where to situate your crew.
Camp gates open @ 10:30am and close at 1:30pm. Feel free to stick around after the show, take a masked stroll to the lake, picnic, etc. This is an excellent place to check out the aspen color change w/o having to deal with trailhead parking 🙂