Don’t miss our Labor Day Weekend Farmers Market this year at the Gilpin County Fairgrounds! 12 vendors, 3 live bands, face painting, fresh produce, local crafts, FOOD and contests!
As you know, these events are so important for our community, and our organization. Our grassroots membership based and volunteer powered nonprofit has taken a major hit in revenue by having to cancel our popular annual events like the Spring Cleanse and Summer Solstice Wildcrafting Party in 2020, in addition to our regular monthly events like our Hands-On Health! workshops and Mountain Mama Tea Parties. I’ll be totally honest with you: WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT TO SURVIVE. Like so many other small businesses who are struggling, the future looks bleak without dedicated and consistent community support.
Click here to learn more about how YOU can make a BIG difference!
Here are some resources to help keep you and your loved ones safe and healthy in the coming months:
“Managing fear and anxiety during a health pandemic” from theparentcue.org
Click here to find updates from the World Health Organization
The Colorado Department of Health & Environment is regularly updating its guidance for communities in Colorado
Here is what the Homestead is doing to care for our community:
- At this time we will remain open to the public, and will continue to keep our shelves stocked with health and wellness products, fresh organic produce and staple foods. We are open Thursdays through Sundays from 10-3 at 972 Golden Gate Canyon Rd. Read 6 ways we are staying healthy at the Homestead
- Expanding our grocery delivery service: Deliveries will go out Saturday evenings for those who live in mid to South Gilpin County, and Sunday evenings for North Gilpin and the greater Nederland area. Call 303.582.3001 to order. Click here to learn more
- Working with Gilpin County Government and Peak to Peak nonprofits to coordinate a holistic ongoing community response
Sincerely, Arwen Ek, Director