Take a walk back in time and celebrate Arvada’s pioneering heritage during the first annual Arvada Days, produced by the Arvada Festivals Commission and Hyland Hills Parks and Recreation District.
WHEN: Friday, August 25, 6:30 – 10 p.m.
Saturday, August 26, 7:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
WHERE: Clear Creek Valley Park, W. 58th Ave. and Tennyson St.
COST: Most festival activities are free! There is a fee for Farm To Table Dinner and Chuck Wagon Breakfast.
PURCHASE TICKETS: arvadafestivals.ticketspice.com
- Farm to Table Dinner (reservations required: $40 per adult; $15 ages 12 and under
- Square Dancing
- Fire Pits and S’Mores
- Chuck Wagon Breakfast (reservations required: $10 per adult; $6 ages 12 and under
- Pony rides and tractor hay rides
- Gold panning
- Annie Oakley shooting re-enactment
- Music and entertainment
Period dress (1850 – 1900) is encouraged! Types of vendors: Period type vendors – old fashioned candy makers, homemade ice cream, kettle corn or popcorn, butter churners, home made jams and more.
Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity for the entire family to re-visit Arvada’s roots.