Shine Music Festival 2021 Detailed Vendor Guide

Shine Music Festival 2021 Detailed Vendor Guide 1. PASCO: PASCO provides home health care services and supports so that every person may live a fulfilled life in their home and community regardless of disability. 2. Mountain Mud Sunscreen: Mountain Mud Sunscreen is an all-natural sun protection product infused with CBD for skin health. With Non-nano zinc oxide as only the active ingredient, our product is biodegradable and made from only the finest ingredients, organic and food grade when applicable. Formulated without any water a pea sized about is enough to protect the whole face, or a full arm, shoulder to hands. Our Sunscreen is third party tested for potency and purity, and is free of any dyes, chemicals, or pesticides. Please protect your skin when enjoying the outdoors and Spread the Mud!!!! 3. Access Gallery: Access Gallery is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing economic opportunities through the arts for artists with disabilities. At our booth, we will have a selection of artwork from our studio program. 4. Easterseals Colorado: Come visit Easterseals Colorado tent and learn more about our programs! Easterseals Colorado is fostering an inclusive Colorado by ensuring all people with disabilities, older adults and caregivers have the programs and supports they need to live, learn, work and play in schools, workplaces and throughout our local communities. 5. Art From Ashes: Art from Ashes exists to empower struggling youth by providing creative programs that facilitate health and hope through expression, connection and transformation. Stop by our booth and get creative with us! Participate in some poetry prompts and find out what that genius brain of yours can do while you learn more about what we do. Flyers will be available in Braille 6. Freedom Service Dogs: Freedom Service Dogs of America (FSD) is a Colorado-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. At Freedom Service Dogs, we unleash the potential of dogs by transforming them into custom-trained, life-changing assistance dogs for people in need. Our clients include children, veterans and active-duty military, and other adults. Their disabilities include autism, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal cord injuries, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, and post-traumatic stress. Since being founded in 1987, FSD has paired hundreds of client-dog teams at no cost to the client. FSD provides a lifetime of support for its client-dog teams, including post-placement follow-up, ongoing training, annual recertification, and advocacy efforts 7. Musee Bumba: Musee Bumba is the representative vendor for works by international artist Lio-Bravo Bumbakini - A self-taught artist who paints the modern experience in swaths of folkloric imagery. His works range from paintings, drawings, and mixed media work to digital, performative installations. Lio believes that art provides a window into the ethereal, the space between collective consciousness, the physical world, and the immaterial. It is the door to both past human experiences and its future manifestation. Lio will be accompanied by collaborator Mosaix Studio (Cyanne Stonesmith) - You will not want to miss this booth full of prints, paintings and other works of art! 8. Discover CBD: Our mission is to help everyone discover the many potential benefits of CBD for themselves, wherever they may live, in an affordable, safe, and discreet manner. We are proud to offer a full range of CBD products including tinctures, oil, capsules, topicals, E-liquid, and CBD for pets! Discover something new to love today! 9. Desert Red: sterling silver jewelry with a focus on turquoise. I will have rings, earrings, necklaces and bolos for women and men. 10. Rocky Mountain Human Services: At our booth we will hold a raffle for anyone to join. People will be able to receive a participation prize but we will have a main prize (RMHS Swag) for the winner. People will also have the chance to write on our message board when they come to the table. 11. Mala Babe: Handcrafted and personalized Mala jewelry. Each piece is built by me with intention and gratitude. All Mala's have their own intention and own style. 12. Full Body Sound: Full Body Sound offers a new way to experience music! Whether you are part of the Deaf Community, Hearing Loss Community or just want to try something new, we offer a way to feel the music you love. Our novel device electrically stimulates your muscles to the rhythm of your favorite song. Feel both high and low frequencies in a way you never have before. Walk through our interactive exhibit or schedule a time to try our technology for a more personalized experience. 13. Feel The Beat: Feel the Beat is a nonprofit dance studio dedicated to making the experience of music possible for those who are deaf, hard of hearing, and with special needs through the use of one-of-a-kind bone conduction floors and a specialized curriculum. This technology allows students to feel sound through vibrational energy- essentially, "feeling" the beat of the music. 14. Special Olympics: Come visit the Special Olympics Colorado tent to learn more about how you can join the Inclusion Revolution! Hear firsthand from Special Olympics athletes on their experience and how their involvement has impacted their lives. Special Olympics Colorado staff will be on site to share information, answer questions, and hand out prizes. 15. Circus Foundry and Mile High Tumblers Foundation: Experience the endless joy of movement at Shine Music Festival when you visit the Movement for All Aera. Circus Foundry, Apex Movement Denver, and Mile High Tumblers Foundation have teamed up to bring a unique and fun experience for anyone attending. We believe that movement is for all people! Come have fun learning parkour, tumbling, and circus and see how accessible these activities are for everyone. We believe in progressions, technique, safety, inclusivity, and accessibility for all our students. We will be teaching some basic parkour, tumbling, and circus classes that will be fun and engaging for all ages! If you do not want to participate, no worries, there will be plenty of room to sit and watch the extravaganza. Throughout the day, all over the festival you can enjoy watching our professional athletes and circus artists performing stilt walking, juggling, tumbling, parkour, hooping, and acrobatics! 16. Shine Sober: Shine Sober is to support concert goers who choose to live drug and alcohol-free lives. Yellow balloons typically highlight the support table at many live music events. Stop by and meet some new friends! 17. Rehabilitative Rhythms: Our mission is to expand public access to innovative music-making and music therapy services. Our programs include the Rocky Mountain Aphasia Chorale, our Adaptive Music Lab, adaptive music lessons and music therapy. Stop by our booth to check out some unique instruments and learn more! 18. Summit Accessibility: Stop by our booth and meet Ms. Wheelchair Colorado, see Summit Accessibilities’ adaptive desk and Inspire Universal! 19. Davis Phinney Foundation: The Davis Phinney Foundation booth will showcase multiple organizations around Colorado that are helping people with Parkinson’s Live Well Today. Come tell us how you live well with our interactive Live Well Today message board and take advantage of our fun giveaways! 20. House Americana: House Americana was started by a Mother and Daughter duo of artisans who wanted to bring a bit more love and joy to our communities indoor oasis's. We hand craft unique concrete planters for succulents and medium sized indoor plants that double as art sculptures in your home. All of our planters are made using only elements from the earth which gives them the matte suede look that we are known for! 21. J. Vazzanos Visions: I’ve been hard at work creating some smaller more affordable canvas for the event! I want to inspire as many people at the event as possible! Catch me live painting a giant canvas. 22. Leena Joy Art: Art/letting people know that disability does not hold you back

Shine Music Festival 2021 Detailed Vendor Guide