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Monday, August 10, 2009

Colorado Mycological Society’s Annual Mushroom Fair

(Boletus chrysenteron by Suzanne Strear, colored pencil)
Sunday, August 16, 11 A.M. to 5 P.M. (Free with the DBG admission)
Mitchell Hall, Denver Botanic Gardens

You can see a giant display of wild mushrooms in all colors and shapes from nearby mountains and also view a display of common city mushrooms. Nationally acclaimed expert mycologist and mushroom author Dr. Cathy Cripps, from Montana State University, will be available to identify any mushrooms brought in by you. She and local members of ">CMS will also answer any questions you may have in regards of mushrooms.
* Learn how to cook with mushrooms
* Take your check book with: arts and crafts, books and t-shirts available.

Monday, August 17th, 2009: Tundra mushrooms: Colorado to the Arctic with Cathy Cripps at Asbury Event Center

Friday, August 14th: Mushroom Foray, for more information, please click here

(Cortinarius collinitus var. illustrated by E. P. Fries and P. Åkerlund, 1857; The collections of Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm, Sweden)

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