Wednesdays at Western - Summer 2016

The Summer 2016 "Wednesdays at Western" Lineup

Wednesdays at Western provide opportunities for Gunnison visitors and residents to spend a Wednesday enjoying and learning about the area. The single-day courses are as diverse, engaging, and entertaining as the instructors who are leading the courses. Western Extended Studies invites you to experience a great Wednesday at Western. Sign up today!

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Black Canyon Geology Hike

Bruce Bartleson
Wednesday, June 22, 8:00am–4:00pm  Date Change: July 13
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Friday, June 17. Cost: $35
Hike along the north rim of the Black Canyon with Bruce Bartleson. This hike offers the most spectacular view of the Black Canyon and is about a mile in length. Stops to view features along the way include the West Elk Volcano, laccoliths, and the San Juan Mountains. Learn the unusual geologic history of the carving of the Black Canyon, why the river gradient is so steep, and why it is located where it is. Participants must be capable of walking one mile on a good trail. Participants should bring a daypack containing water, snacks, wind/rain jackets, and sun protection. Transportation and a sack lunch are provided.

High Country Hikes - Virginia Basin

Karen Immerso
Wednesday, June 22, 6:45am–4:30pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Friday, June 17. Cost: $35
Join in on a local, full day hike into Virginia Basin below Avery Peak. The group’s primary objectives are to experience great views, a sense of accomplishment, a shared adventure and a greater understanding of the local topography and surrounding wilderness areas. The hike includes an elevation gain of approximately 2,000’, includes off trail travel and is considered strenuous. Early summer hikes in the high country most likely include snow and ice conditions. Participants should bring a daypack containing one to two liters of water, waterproof shoes for hiking, gators, warm wind and rain jackets, warm hat, layers of clothing, gloves, additional snacks, camera, and sun protection. Trekking poles and microspikes or similar footwear traction recommended. Closed-toe hiking shoes only (no sandals allowed). Participants must be able to hike uphill at altitude without difficulty, and be comfortable with round-trip distance of eight miles and 2,000’ elevation gain. Transportation and sack lunch included.

Basic Digital Photography

Gregg Morin
Wednesday, June 22, 9:00am–12:00pm
Meeting Location: Taylor 101
Registration Deadline: Monday, June 20. Cost: $20
This course covers basic digital photography, including types of digital cameras and how they work, basic shooting functions, and image processing. Composition, use of light, and other techniques are also discussed. The second half of the class is spent outside on the Western campus taking pictures, with time for students to receive feedback on their images from the instructor. Participants need to bring a digital camera, memory card, and camera instruction book.

Beneath Blue Mesa

Dave Primus
Wednesday, June 29, 9:00am–4:00pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Friday, June 24. Cost: $35
Take a historical tour of the Gunnison River Valley west of town, imagining what was beneath Blue Mesa Reservoir before the dam was built in the early 1960s. Dave Primus leads this van tour with numerous stops and short walks, describing the history and telling the stories of early explorers and settlers in the valley. Handouts are provided showing historical maps and pictures. Participants must be capable of walking one mile on a good trail. Participants should bring a daypack containing water, snacks, wind/rain jackets, and sun protection. Transportation, extra water and a sack lunch are provided.

Beginning Birding 

Katie Renga
Wednesday, June 29, 8:00am–12:00pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Monday, June 27. Cost: $20
Birds are some of our best watchable wildlife – awake in the day, inhabiting all parts of the world, and oh, so diverse! In this workshop participants develop the skills needed to begin identifying birds wherever they go and become familiar with local avian species. The class first becomes familiar with binoculars, field guides and bird check lists, then sets off on a van tour to local birding hot spots. Participants should bring a daypack containing water, snacks, wind/rain jackets, binoculars and sun protection. Meet the group and the van at the University ​Center parking lot.

Make Your Own Custom Stamp and Card Set

Gail Sovick
Wednesday, June 29, 1:00pm–4:00pm
Meeting Location: GAC Adult Art Studio, 102 S Main St, Gunnison Registration Deadline: Monday, June 27. Cost: $30
Choose from a variety of locally inspired designs or create your own and learn how to transfer and carve your design to create a beautiful handmade stamp. Participants go home with a finished stamp and a set of hand-made cards and envelopes. No experience necessary. All supplies included.

The Rainbow Route: Gunnison, Monarch, and Marshall Pass

Duane Vandenbusche 
Wednesday, July 6, 8:00am–5:00pm
Meeting Location: Kelley Hall, Room 120
Registration Deadline: Friday, July 1. Cost: $40
Follow the famous Rainbow Route: Highway 50 from Gunnison over Monarch Pass to Poncha Springs. Stops include the historic Sargents Schoolhouse, Monarch Crest, the historic Maysville School, and the Mountain Spirits Winery. From Poncha Springs, the group returns to Gunnison via Marshall Pass where the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad first entered the Gunnison Country in 1881. This tour covers mining camps, ranching, narrow gauge railroads, skiing and social life. Learn about Parlin, Doyleville, Sargents, White Pine, Monarch, Garfield, Arborville, and Maysville.  Participants should bring additional snacks and drinks, as well as wear appropriate footwear for light hiking and bring clothing for inclement weather. Participants must be able to walk and travel at elevations of over 11,000’. Transportation, continental breakfast, and a sack lunch are provided.

Plant Walk Series: Wild Edibles and Medicinals 

Briana Wiles
Wednesday, July 6, 9:30am–12:00pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, July 5. Cost: $20
Take a plant walk alongside herbalist, forager and author Briana Wiles. Discover the edibility and medicinal uses of plants you adore or trample over every day. Walks are held at different locations each week, keeping each walk uniquely diverse. Briana’s book Mountain States Foraging is set to release at the end of June and is offered for an additional fee. 

Plein Air Watercolor Workshop

Gail Sovick
Wednesday, July 6, 9:30am–1:00pm
Meeting Location: GAC Adult Art Studio, 102 S Main St 
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, July 5. Cost: $30
Join for an enjoyable day of creativity in the beauty and comfort of one of Gunnison’s most outstanding backyards. In this workshop, participants follow a simple progression of steps to complete a unique and easy watercolor painting. No experience necessary. All supplies included. Participants should bring a chair, drinks and a snack, sunscreen, and a shade cover if needed. Meet at the Gunnison Arts Center and carpool to a local destination to be determined closer to the program date.

Quieting the Mind  - CANCELLED 

Barbara Klingman
Wednesday, July 6, 5:30pm–7:00pm
Meeting Location: Taylor 117
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, July 5. Cost: $20
Relaxing your mind and your body releases stress and allows more space, openness and movement in both areas. We hear of the many benefits of quieting the mind but do we know of the many ways to achieve it? Meditation and contemplation are two ways that can be employed. Come and practice with us and find what might work for you. Three or four meditation / contemplation methods are introduced and the class is guided in their practice. Discussion is encouraged. Wear loose comfortable clothing. Mats are provided but you may bring a towel if you wish.

The Alpine Tunnel Hike

Justin Lawrence
Wednesday, July 13, 8:00am–5:00pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Friday, July 8.  Cost: $35
Travel up toward the Alpine Tunnel outside of Pitkin, Colorado, near the Continental Divide.  Along the historic railroad route, the group stops to discuss the construction and operation of the rail line which ran intermittently from 1882-1910. The upper road was recently blown out due to avalanche, so this year the tour includes a 2.1 mile hike along the road to the top. Upon arriving, the group explores the structures related to the Alpine depot, with a short walk to the tunnel itself. For those with a bit more stamina, a short trail leads to the top of the Continental Divide where participants can take in the views and see the eastern side of the rail line as it descends Chalk Creek towards Mt. Princeton.  Participants must be able to hike at altitude for 4.5 miles round trip on a rocky shelf road with a mild incline and be equipped with proper footwear and backpack with warm clothes, raingear, water, snacks, camera, and other essentials for hiking at high altitudes. Closed-toe hiking shoes only (no sandals allowed). Trekking poles recommended. Transportation and a sack lunch are provided.  

Coal Mesa Trail Hike

COAL MESA TRAIL HIKE
Barbara Klingman
Wednesday, July 13, 7:30am–4:00pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Friday, July 8. Cost: $35
Hike up from Soap Creek to the Coal Mesa ridgeline and enjoy excellent views. Sections of the trail are steep and rugged so be prepared for a strenuous hike. This hike follows some trails in the area but they are not always well defined or easy to locate. Participants should be able to hike uphill at altitude without difficulty and be comfortable with round trip distance of 6-10 miles and an elevation gain of approximately 3,000’. This is not a summit hike, but a hike along the ridge line. It is simply a beautiful workout. Participants should bring a daypack containing one to two liters of water, waterproof shoes for hiking, warm wind and rain jackets, warm hat, layers of clothing, gloves, additional snacks, camera, and sun protection. Summer hikes in the high country may include snow and ice conditions. Trekking poles recommended. Be prepared to bring microspikes or similar footwear traction if notified closer to the date of icy conditions. Closed-toe hiking shoes only (no sandals allowed). Transportation and sack lunch included.

Beginning Wildflower Identification

Katie Renga
Wednesday, July 13, 8:30am–12:00pm
Meeting Location: Classroom on campus TBA
Registration Deadline: Monday, July 11. Cost: $20
Become equipped with the tools needed to begin identifying wildflowers wherever you go. In this workshop, learn the basics of wildflower ID, including flower structure and terms, classification, and field guide use. Class goal is to fill journals with as many flowers as can be identified. Participants should bring a journal with blank pages, something to write/draw with, daypack containing water, snacks, wind/rain jackets, and sun protection. Course begins in the classroom and then participants may carpool to a local destination to be determined closer to the program date.

Simple Batik Fabric Art

Gail Sovick
Wednesday, July 13, 1:00pm–4:00pm
Meeting Location: GAC Adult Art Studio, 102 S Main St, Gunnison Registration Deadline: Monday, July 11. Cost: $30
In this fun and easy workshop participants learn how to stamp and design patterns on fabric and use colorful dye baths to create a custom set of table napkins. Finished work available for pick up one week after the class. No experience is necessary. All supplies included.

Stewart Peak - A Centennial Hike

Barbara Klingman
Pre-Trip Meeting (Mandatory): Monday, July 18, 7:00pm, Taylor 101 Hike: Wednesday, July 20, 5:00am–7:00pm 
Meeting Location: University Center Parking Lot
Registration Deadline: Friday, July 15. Cost: $55
Join a full day hike to attempt the summit of Stewart Peak, which just misses being classified as a “14er”, with summit elevation of 13,983’. The second highest thirteener or “Centennial” in Colorado, Stewart Peak is remotely located in the La Garita Wilderness of the San Juan Mountains in Saguache County. This trail features alpine mesas and volcanic rock. Wildflowers and wildlife viewing are expected. The group’s primary objectives are to experience the local topography, a sense of accomplishment, and a shared adventure. The group is expected to stay together and support each other. The hike is both on and off trail, includes an elevation gain of approximately 2,650’ and is approximately 7 miles round trip. This outing is considered VERY strenuous. Participants should be able to hike uphill steadily at altitude and be acclimatized to elevations above 13,000’. Call or email leader if you have questions. The pre-trip meeting on Monday is mandatory. Transportation, sandwich/snack for trail and post-hike late meal at a restaurant are provided. Summer hikes in the high country many times include snow and ice conditions at high elevations. Participants should bring a daypack containing one to two liters of water, waterproof shoes for hiking, gators, warm wind and rain jackets, warm hat, layers of clothing, gloves, additional snacks, camera, and sun protection. Trekking poles recommended. Be prepared to bring microspikes or similar footwear traction if notified closer to the date of icy conditions. Closed-toe hiking shoes only (no sandals allowed).This hike is subject to favorable weather conditions. A summit is not guaranteed and all participants are expected to descend at the discretion of the leader in the event of storms, lightning and/or high winds.

The Three Passes of Monarch

Bruce Bartleson and Dave Primus
Wednesday, July 20, 7:30am–4:30pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Friday, July 15. Cost: $35
Most people know that there is an old Monarch Pass besides the modern one on Highway 50. However, did you know that there is also an old, old Monarch Pass over the Continental Divide, dating back to the early 1880s, when it was a stagecoach road? This tour follows the historic route over Monarch Pass (sometimes called the Rainbow Route), used by early automobiles. Stops are made at various places to discuss historic and geologic features. Evidence is seen of construction that is over 130 years old and participants can see where Old Monarch Pass joined the original stage coach road and the original road into Gunnison from the east. Participants must be able to moderately hike at high altitude and be comfortable traveling in elevations of over 11,000’. Participants should bring a daypack containing water, wind/rain jackets, and sun protection. Transportation and a sack lunch are provided.

Plant Walk Series: Wild Edibles and Medicinals

Briana Wiles
Wednesday, July 20, 9:30am–12:00pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Monday, July 18. Cost: $20
Take a plant walk alongside herbalist, forager and author Briana Wiles. Discover the edibility and medicinal uses of plants you adore or trample over everyday. Walks are held at different locations each week, keeping each walk uniquely diverse. Briana’s book Mountain States Foraging is set to release at the end of June and is offered for an additional fee. 

Parent and Child Insect Exploration

Katie Renga
Wednesday, July 20, 9:00am–11:30am
Meeting Location: West Tomichi Riverway Park
Registration Deadline: Monday, July 18. Cost: $20 for Adult and child;$10 for additional child.
Explore nature and the wonderful world of insects with your 3-5 year old. This adventure begins with a bug craft and story, and extends outward to search for critters in the water and on land.
Participants should bring: water,  snack, sunscreen, sun hats, insect repellant, water shoes, raincoat, and anything else to make you and your child comfortable outdoors. Maximum of two children per adult, please. This includes any non-walking younger siblings who do not require additional registration. 

Sketch Journaling: "Capturing the Big Picture"

Cheri Isgreen
Wednesday, July 20, 1:00pm–4:00pm
Meeting Location: GAC Adult Art Center, 102 S. Main St, Gunnison Registration Deadline: Monday, July 18. Cost: $30
The Sketch Journaling sessions improve skills in observation and expression using a variety of art media for recording daily life, travel, and nature experiences. Each session addresses separate skill sets and concludes with exercises to hone skills and encourage ongoing motivation. Session 1: “Capturing the Big Picture” develops good observation skills for recording and expressing ideas in journal style drawing. Students learn to use contour lines and how to resolve a composition by suggesting details. In this session, the elements of line, shape, color, and value are addressed. No experience is necessary. All supplies included. Meet at the Gunnison Arts Center. This course may include carpooling.

Mineral Triangle Tour - Gunnison, Crested Butte, and Taylor Park

Duane Vandenbusche
Wednesday July 27, 7:30am–5:00pm MOVED TO FRIDAY, JULY 29TH
Meeting Location: Kelley Hall, Room 121
Registration Deadline: Friday, July 22.  Cost: $40
Take a historical journey through Gunnison Valley’s Mineral Triangle: Gunnison, Crested Butte, and Taylor Park, with renowned local historian Duane Vandenbusche.  First, enjoy a hearty breakfast at the Almont Resort while hearing the highlights of Almont’s beginnings. Next, travel to Crested Butte and take a chairlift ride to the top of the ski area. At 11,000’, Dr. Vandenbusche presents the history of Gothic, Crested Butte, and the East River Valley. Stop at the Crested Butte Mountain Heritage Museum followed by lunch in the park in Crested Butte. Then, journey over Jack’s Cabin Cutoff on the way to Taylor Park Dam. A final stop is made at Harmel’s Ranch Resort in Taylor Canyon for more story-telling before returning to Western. Participants should bring additional snacks and drinks. Wear appropriate footwear for light hiking and clothing for inclement weather. Participants must be able to walk and travel at elevations of over 11,000’.  Transportation, breakfast, chair lift ride, admission to the museum and a sack lunch are provided.

High Country Hikes - Augusta Mountain

Karen Immerso
Wednesday, July 27, 6:45am–4:30pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Friday, July 22. Cost: $35
Join in on a local, full day hike to the summit of Augusta Mountain, elevation 12,569’. The group’s primary objectives are to experience great views, a sense of accomplishment, a shared adventure and a greater understanding of the local topography and surrounding wilderness areas. The hike includes an elevation gain of approximately 3,000’, includes off trail travel and is considered strenuous. Participants should bring a daypack containing one to two liters of water, waterproof shoes for hiking, gators, warm wind and rain jackets, warm hat, layers of clothing, gloves, additional snacks, camera, and sun protection. Summer hikes in the high country may include snow and ice conditions. Trekking poles recommended. Be prepared to bring microspikes or similar footwear traction if notified closer to the date of icy conditions. Closed-toe hiking shoes only (no sandals allowed). Participants must be able to hike uphill at altitude without difficulty, and be comfortable with round-trip distance of eight miles and 3,000’ elevation gain. Transportation and sack lunch included.

Sketch Journaling: "Looking Close"

Cheri Isgreen
Wednesday, July 27, 1:00pm–4:00pm
Meeting Location: GAC Adult Arts Center, 102 S Main St, Gunnison Registration Deadline: Monday, July 25. Cost: $30
The Sketch Journaling sessions improve skills in observation and expression using a variety of art media for recording daily life, travel, and nature experiences. Each session addresses separate skill sets and concludes with exercises to hone skills and encourage ongoing motivation. Session 2: “Looking Close” explores a multi-sensory approach to developing observational skills. The elements of line, shape, texture, and space are addressed. No experience is necessary. All supplies included. This course may include carpooling.

The Three Passes of Monarch

Bruce Bartleson and Dave Primus Wednesday, August 3, 7:30am–4:30pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot Registration Deadline: Friday, July 29. Cost: $35.
Most people know that there is an old Monarch Pass besides the modern one on Highway 50. However, did you know that there is also an old, old Monarch Pass over the Continental Divide, dating back to the early 1880s, when it was a stagecoach road? This tour follows the historic route over Monarch Pass (sometimes called the Rainbow Route), used by early automobiles. Stops are made at various places to discuss historic and geologic features. Evidence is seen of construction that is over 130 years old and participants can see where Old Monarch Pass joined the original stage coach road and the original road into Gunnison from the east. Participants must be able to moderately hike at high altitude and be comfortable traveling in elevations of over 11,000’. Participants should bring a daypack containing water, wind/rain jackets, and sun protection. Transportation and a sack lunch are provided.

Wednesday Night at 10,000 Feet

Fred Stinson, Kendall Butts, Connor Clark
Tenderfoot Outfitters
Wednesday, August 3, 1:00pm–Thursday, August 4, 12pm
Meeting Location: Swampy Pass Trailhead
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, July 27. Cost: $225
Experience a traditional western-style horseback tent camping experience in the spectacular West Elk Wilderness on this overnight adventure with Tenderfoot Outfitters. While riding the 2 hour/6.5 mile trail to the 10,000’ base camp, enjoy bubbling mountain streams, scenic high mountain lakes, breathtaking views, wildlife, and magnificent summer wildflowers. At camp, delicious cowboy-style meals are prepared and served in a spacious dining tent. The
first-class camp includes a latrine facility as well as roomy 12x20 wall tents equipped with cots, mattresses, pillows, and solar lighting. This trip is all-inclusive, but participants may bring their own sleeping bag. All meals are included and there is fresh spring water in the camp. Bring water and snacks for ride in. Participants should wear long pants, closed toe shoes, and bring gloves, jacket, hat, insect repellent, and sunscreen. Bring extra layers for cool mountain night temperatures and any inclement weather. Participants must be able to sit on a horse for two hours at elevations of 8,000-10,000’   A current fishing license is required for those that desire to fish. Participants may bring their own rods and must bring their own lures or flies. A limited number of spinning rods and reels and a couple of fly rods are available at camp. A detailed gear and packing list is available through Extended Studies. Participants are asked to complete a Client Biography and Tenderfoot Outfitter’s Liability Release.

Plant Walk Series: Wild Edibles and Medicinals

Briana Wiles
Wednesday, August 3, 9:30am–12:00pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Monday, August 1. Cost: $20
Take a plant walk alongside herbalist, forager and author Briana Wiles. Discover the edibility and medicinal uses of plants you adore or trample over everyday. Walks are held at different locations each week, keeping each walk uniquely diverse. Briana’s book Mountain States Foraging is set to release at the end of June and is offered for an additional fee.

Sketch Journaling: "How Many Ways"

Cheri Isgreen
Wednesday, August 3, 1:00pm–4:00pm
Meeting Location: GAC Adult Art Center, 102 S Main St, Gunnison Registration Deadline: Monday, August 1. Cost: $30
The Sketch Journaling sessions improve skills in observation and expression using a variety of art media for recording daily life, travel, and nature experiences. Each session addresses separate skill sets and concludes with exercises to hone skills and encourage ongoing motivation. Session 3: “How Many Ways” nurtures creative expression through discovering multiple approaches to express one idea. The seven elements of art are addressed: line, shape, texture, color, value, and form. No experience is necessary. All supplies included. This course may include carpooling.

Horsemanship and Riding

Fred Stinson, Kendall Butts, Connor Clark
Tenderfoot Outfitters
Wednesday, August 10, 10:00am–3:00pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot. Carpool personal vehicles to Mill Creek.
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, August 3. Cost: $65
Saddle up with experienced guides to explore the West Elk Mountains. Participants are introduced to the grooming and saddling of their horses. Then they journey into one of the most spectacular areas of the Rockies on a scenic two-hour trail ride. Participants should wear long pants, closed toe shoes, and bring gloves, jacket, hat, insect repellent, sunscreen, water bottles, and snacks. Participants must be able to sit on a horse for two hours at elevation of 8,000-10,000’. Sack lunch provided.

High Country Hikes - Mount Owen

Karen Immerso
Wednesday, August 10, 6:45am–4:30pm
Meeting Location: University Center parking lot
Registration Deadline: Friday, August 5. Cost: $35
Join in on a local, full day hike to the summit of Mount Owen, elevation 13,058’, N. of Ruby Peak at 12,644’ in the Raggeds Wilderness. The group’s primary objectives are to experience great views, a sense of accomplishment, a shared adventure and a greater understanding of the local topography and surrounding wilderness areas. The hike includes an elevation gain of approximately 2,600’, includes off trail travel and is considered strenuous. Participants should bring a daypack containing one to two liters of water, waterproof shoes for hiking, gators, warm wind and rain jackets, warm hat, layers of clothing, gloves, additional snacks, camera, and sun protection. Summer hikes in the high country may include snow and ice conditions. Trekking poles recommended. Be prepared to bring microspikes or similar footwear traction if notified closer to the date of icy conditions. Closed-toe hiking shoes only (no sandals allowed). Participants must be able to hike uphill at altitude without difficulty, and be comfortable with round-trip distance of eight miles and 2,600’ elevation gain. Transportation and sack lunch included.

Sketch Journaling: "The Language of Flowers"

Cheri Isgreen
Wednesday, August 10, 1:00–4:00pm
Meeting Location: GAC Adult Art Center, 102 S Main St, Gunnison Registration Deadline: Monday, August 8. Cost: $30
The Sketch Journaling sessions improve skills in observation and expression using a variety of art media for recording daily life, travel, and nature experiences. Each session addresses separate skill sets and concludes with exercises to hone skills and encourage ongoing motivation. Session 4: “The Language of Flowers” explores journaling outdoors in the field. Students capture the essence of wild flowers by carefully editing what shows and what is ignored. Tips on painting in the field are shared. Perspective and graphic design are introduced and addresses these elements of art: line, shape, color, value, form and space. No experience is necessary. All supplies included. Meet at the Gunnison Arts Center and carpool to a local destination to be determined closer to the program date.

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