Spring Bear Wake-Up Social
The Spring Bear Wake-Up Social is a fun and educational community event to raise awareness as black bears emerge from winter dens to begin a bear season anew – with an emphasis on preventing human-bear conflict and keeping bears wild! See photos from past Spring Bear Wake-Up Socials here.
* New this year will be a Puppet Show for children and a Bear Dance demonstration performed by members of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe!
WED. MAY 7, 2014
4 to 7PM
Durango Discovery Museum
1333 Camino Del Rio / 970-259-9234
FREE TO THE PUBLIC!
4 PM: Kid’s Activities featuring a Puppet Show and “Bear Scat” Eating Contest
6 PM: Southern Ute Tribe Bear Dance Demonstration
• Educational Displays and Presentations
• Fruit Tree Gleaning Information
• Bear Spray, Bear-Resistant Containers and Electric Fencing Demos
• Fabulous Door Prizes!
• Carver’s Beer, Wine and Food
• Live Music with Oblee
Door Prizes donated by: Essence Chiropractic Studio, Backcountry Experience, Seasons of Durango, The Croke Family, Gwen Lachelt, Lady Falconburgh’s, The Spaah Shop & Day Spa, Osprey, Maria’s Bookshop, For the Birds, The Strater Hotel, Pine Needle Mountaineering, Claude Steelman/Wildshots, Tractor Supply Co. and Heart to Hands Massage.
A very special thank you to Carver Brewing Company, Zuberfizz, Manna Soup Kitchen, Ricky’s Lucky Nuts, The Chip Peddler, Dawn Spaeder, Animas High School, Southern Ute Indian Tribe, Oblee, Susan Lander, Ted Holteen, Cara Nosek, Miki Harder, The Wells Group and The Durango Herald!
Chairway to Heaven, (Darci Olson & Lynn Lehman), will be offering chair massages during the event.