The 2022 33rd Annual Duck Race

Tickets on sale now!

Catch the recap of last year’s duck race here.

About the 2022 Duck Poster Artist, Madeline Artac

This year’s art work is created by Crested Butte’s own Madeline Artac, Mad World Magic. Madeline’s art consists of nature scenes, animals, prehistoric themes and pop art. Madeline also enjoys customizing pieces of clothing or accessories to make art wearable. She has lived in Colorado since 2015 and attended Western State University.  [Find her on instagram: @the_mad_world]


Where does the money go?

Each year, the CB/Mt CB Rotary has two grant cycles where roughly $8,000 is distributed to local non-profit organizations that have a focus on providing resources and scholarships to children as well as organizations that our community depends on.

Every spring the Rotary gives $25,000 in college scholarships to local students headed off to college. These students apply and go through an interview process that helps prepare them for future endeavors.

Support from our community, members, visitors, family and friends has made the Rubber Duckie Race an integral part of summer in Crested Butte. Your continued donations and efforts have helped to raise over $50,000 annually. Visit Community Support to see exactly where your money goes!

Thank you for supporting the Crested Butte Community through your participation in the Great Rubber Duckie Race.

Every year, we start off the summer with the annual duck sorting party. Check out photos from the 2018 party here!

We appreciate all the generous donations last year and are thrilled to have raised over $27,000 in 2020 for local scholarships and charity! Let’s make the contribution to our community even greater this year!

Video Credit: TravelCrestedButte

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