Change Your Mind Art Festival

pueblo • colorado • usa

Saturday, August 17, 2019

 
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An Annual Affair in the grove

The Pueblo Experience

This year, Pueblo is bringing together Art, Music, Food & More. We are unified in one common purpose. PUEBLO.

 
 
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Schedule of Events

Art, Music, Food & More

Change Your Mind Art Festival (CYMAF) will bring experiences to people in grand, awe-inspiring and joyful ways that lift the human spirit, address social problems, and inspire a sense of culture, community, and civic engagement. Here are the bands for 2019:

  • Briffault

  • Down Time

  • Mike Clark and the Sugar

  • Sounds

  • Frets

  • Sonic Vomit

  • Ancient Giant

  • Grant Sabin

 
 
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PARTICIPANTS

Partnerships
& Vendors

Interested in being a Community Partner or Vendor at the Change Your Mind Art Festival ? Are you a community benefit organization or non-profit? Are you an artist, creative, maker? Share your story with the community and target new audiences at the First Annual Change Your Mind Festival.

Registration is quick and easy!


 



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Location

The Grove

 

pocket most commonly known as the Grove. It was the settling place for many different nationalities in Pueblo as they arrived from their home land. Italians, Yugoslavians, Czechoslovakians, Germans, Slovenians, and Hispanics made the Grove their home and the Steel Mill their life work. While the bars are a common recognition for the neighborhood today, the Grove’s history revolves around deep blue culture, faith, and lots of water.

St. Mary’s was the first of the three parishes to be founded in the Grove. In 1891 an abandoned broom factory was converted to a church meant to cater to the Germans, Slovenians, and Slovaks of Pueblo. Later, in 1911 around 200 Slovak families split from the church and constructed St. Anthony of Padua. St. Mary was then popular among Yugoslavians while St. Anthony was popular to Czechoslovakians. After the flood, St. Mary’s was relocated to Blende.

The Grove welcomes you to the Neighborhood and encourages participation in the conversation where everyone has a voice. We embrace differences and find collaboration an effective means of empowering change on the sidewalks of Pueblo. Come Home to the Grove.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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