2018/The Dercum Center

-Mission-

Bringing renowned artists, musicians, and lecturers to Summit County, Colorado to enrich, educate, strengthen and impact the community.

 

Upcoming Events

Snake River Music Festival

 

For reservations, contact Karina: dercumcenter@gmail.com

  "Mind Your M&M's"

Silverthorne House Concert, Tuesday July 23, 2019, 7pm
 
Carpe Diem String Quartet & Carl Topilow, clarinet

   

    -Felix Mendelssohn— String Quartet Op. 44, No. 2 in E Minor

    -Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart—Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, K. 581

    -Encores with Carl

     This event is limited to 35 spots, so please make your reservation firm for this event. Once reserved, the address and details will be emailed to you, so please make sure to provide your updated email address. No shoes, please. Hosts welcome appetizer contributions. Reception begins at 6pm.

"Café Curiosities"

Dillon Community Church, Friday August 23, 2019, 7pm
 
Charles Wetherbee, violin • Clancy Newman, cello • Cameron Bennett, piano   

   

 

    -Paul Schoenfield—Café Music

    -Clancy Newman—Trance Music & Pizzicato Piece

    -Johannes Brahms— Piano Trio in B Major, Op. 8

"From Persia to Paris"

Dillon Community Church, Sunday August 25, 2019, 7pm
 
Charles Wetherbee, violin • Clancy Newman, cello • Cameron Bennett, piano   

   

 

    -Behzad Ranjbaran—Shiraz 

    -César Franck—Violin Sonata in A Major

    -Ludwig van Beethoven—Piano Trio in D Major, Op. 70 No. 1 “Ghost”

"The Illustrious & the Obscure"

Dillon Community Church, Friday August 30, 2019, 7pm
Carpe Diem String Quartet   

   

 

    -Dmitri Shostakovich—String Quartet, No. 11, Op. 122

    -Henriëtte Bosmans—String Quartet

    -Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky—String Quartet, No. 1 in D Major

"Impressions"

Keystone House Concert, Sunday September 1, 2019, 7pm
Carpe Diem String Quartet, Karina Wetherbee, photography  

   

 

    -Maurice Ravel—String Quartet on F Major

             —with photos

    -Antonin Dvorak—String Quartet in G Major Op. 106

This event is limited to 35 spots, so please make your reservation firm for this event. Once reserved, the address and details will be emailed to you, so please make sure to provide your updated email address. Hosts welcome appetizer contributions. Reception begins at 6pm. Please note: Attendees will have to climb stairs to concert space.

 

Dercum Center inspiration

 

Dercum Center History

           --The Inspiration--
          Max & Edna Dercum

The Dercum Center takes its conceptual inspiration from the lives of Max and Edna Dercum, respected Colorado pioneers whose enthusiasm for pursuing bold new endeavors helped them shape the history of Summit County.

 

Two of Colorado's renowned ski areas would not exist today were it not for the visionary and adventurous spirits of the Dercums. The dream of mapping out ski trails began to percolate through their minds and cemented their desire to establish a world for their family in the Colorado high country.

 

1941 found them diving into the homestead dream with the purchase of Ski Tip Lodge, which lives on today as an exclusive bed and breakfast with some of the finest food in Summit County. As demand grew for this charming gem in the rough, so too did Max's vision of an epic ski area in his beloved mountains. Thus, the Legend-- Arapahoe Basin--was born.

With nothing more than a rope tow and a desire for quality skiing, the Basin lured die-hard skiing fans to the snow-laden slopes on the flanks of the Continental Divide. Today, Arapahoe Basin boasts a loyal following and retains its old-world charm.

But Max and Edna's impact on the ski industry did not stop there. Max's dream of mapping ski trails through the evergreen glades of Dercum Mountain lived on, and soon Keystone Resort was up and running. Today, with over 3,000 acres of terrain, Keystone has become a world-class destination for skiers of every generation.

It would be an oversight to ignore Max and Edna Dercum's many other achievements--international ski racers, Colorado and National Ski Hall of Fame inductees, author, cowboy, miners, artist, county clerk ...ultimately, though, the Dercums will always b!e remembered for their zest for life, their pioneering zeal, and their passion for lifelong exploration and learning. 

It is this legacy we honor at The Dercum Center.

 
Please donate!

A 501c3, The Dercum Center derives all its funding from individual donors, ticketed donations, and contributions from other local non-profits that support the arts in Summit County, Colorado.

 

The support of the local community is vital to the on-going success of The Dercum Center.

Please consider becoming a Dercum Center “ConTributary” by giving at whatever level is meaningful to you. We so appreciate your support of the arts in Colorado.

Snake River "Contributary"--                        $6,000+        

Peru Creek "Contributary"--               $1500-$5,999     

North Fork "Contributary"--                   $1100-1499

Deer Creek "Contributary"--                    $700-1099

Jones Gulch "Contributary"--                    $300-699

Webster Creek "Contributary"--                    $0-299

 

                              THANK YOU!

 

Past Events

The Dercum Center

483 Blue Lake Trail

Lafayette, CO. 80026

Karina Wetherbee/General Manager

 

dercumcenter@gmail.com

Tel: 970-485-4801

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