2016 Salida


16th Annual Salida Braid-In

Saturday, July 30 9:00 am – Monday, August 1, 4:30 pm 2016


Reservations are open for the 16th Annual Salida Braid-In! The Salida Braid-In is an opportunity for braiders of all levels of experience to braid, share ideas, exchange wool, renew and make new acquaintances, all while making progress on a current project. Braiders come from across the US for 3 glorious days of braiding.


There are many hiking, rafting, and fishing options for the non-braiders in your family to pursue while you enjoy the camaraderie of braiders from far and wide.


If you need a break, you can enjoy a stroll along the Arkansas River while watching kayakers in the river rapids, or enjoy shopping in the antique and art galleries of historic Salida.

Arkansas Headwaters Recreational Area Historic downtown Salida, ‘F Street’


The word is spreading among braiders that Salida is a beautiful vacation spot for the whole family and our space in the Masonic Hall is limited so be sure to reserve your place soon. If enrollment is full, you will be notified by email.




.Location:

The Braid-In takes place in the Masonic Hall; 140 West 3rd St.; Salida, CO 81201. Salida is a scenic 3-hour-drive from Denver via US Hwy 285 S or I25 S to Pueblo and US 50 W

The Masonic Hall is located in the culinary, artistic, recreational, historic and cultural heart of Salida, 1 block from the historic main street and 3 blocks from the Arkansas River.



WHEN:

Braid-In Begins: Saturday morning, July 30, doors will open at 9 am. Braiding continues daily into the late evening if you wish on Saturday and Sunday evenings.

Braid-In Ends: Monday afternoon, August 1. We clear out our braiding by 4:30 pm. Braiders often enjoy a farewell dinner together in a local restaurant on Monday evening.


BRING:

• Your braiding project and supplies

• A wrapped door prize (maximum $5 value) for our gift exchange

• Braiding related items you’d like to sell with your prices marked

• Show and Tell rugs

• Optional: a small fan and electrical extension cord


MEALS: Food, snacks, and beverages are provided during the day provided by the guild. There is a possibility of a light evening meal to be prepared and available at the Masonic Hall on Saturday and Sunday evenings for $8-$9 per dinner meal. Registrants will be contacted with more information about evening meal possibilities when the options are firm.

PARKING: is available on the street or in the Safeway grocery parking lot across the street from the Masonic Hall.

LODGING: Salida offers a wide variety of hotels/motels, bed & breakfast, cabins, RV parks and camping and many are pet friendly. www.salidachamber.org

QUESTIONS about Braid-In: June Kittelson 303.771.6885 or Jan Watson, 303.794.2943

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Name

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as you want it listed on your name badge) _____________________________________________________________

Address _______________________________________________________________________________________________

City ___________________________ State __________ Postal Code ______________

Phone while you travel _______________________________

Email address __________________________________________________________________________________________

Fee: Salida Braid –In: Saturday, July 30 9:00 am – Monday, August 1 4:30 pm (includes snacks and drinks Sa-M) $45

Please make checks payable to June Kittelson (not RMRBG) and mail to: June Kittelson 7335 S. Lafayette Circle East Centennial, CO 80122

In the event that you cancel your registration, notify June Kittelson, rl.ajkittels@gmail.com, 303.771.6885
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