Participate in the Race of the Santas, where hundreds of jolly look-alikes race down Main Street, watch the dog parade and continue the festivities with the Lighting of Breckenridge, where Santa greets the holiday congregation from his horse-drawn carriage.
Celebrate love and the arts in all forms in the heart of Loveland at this three-day festival. Watch ice sculpting, enjoy live performances, sample local brews, and feed the family at the food truck food court. A family fair features rides. A musical light show and fireworks ends each night Fri and Sat at 9pm…
See pastel chalk paintings come to life. Seel chalk art, local food trucks, live entertainment, and artisan crafters.
Celebrate the Reynolds Ranch legacy and the spirit of the fall. Festivities will include a pumpkin patch, hayrides and more. $5, Museum members are free.
Enjoy food and drinks from local craft breweries and restaurants, live music from That Eighties Band, and more. Reservations required. Adults. $25 and up.
Daily through Oct 31. 9am-6:30pm. Pick your own pumpkin from the fields, explore the hay bale maze, corn maze and pet the animals. Free admission; cost for pumpkins and other treats.
Join this inaugural event, a week-long celebration of all things food and family fun. Events occur throughout Keystone Resort and include a Carnival Bounce Party, Fireside cocoa and coloring, kids yoga, tubing, and an ice cream sundae party.
Make your way through a 10-acre corn maze and enjoy corn cannons, yard games, petting zoo, and pig races.
Try biscuits and gravy, homemade stew, live music, craft booths and more, based on a tradition of the late 1800s. Free to attend; cost for food. All ages.
Through Oct. 31. Hours vary. Explore the corn maze, visit the pumpkin patch, and more. Private campsite rental available with reservation. $10-$16.
Enjoy a Scottish night out and help raise money for the Rocky Mountain region's only youth pipe band. $15 adult, $5 child (over 5), free 5 and younger.
Build a scarecrow, select the perfect pumpkin, dance to live music and more at the Four Mile House. Admission is free, charges apply for refreshments and some activities.
Fri - 10am-7pm Sat - 10am-7pm Sun - 10am-5pm Shop among more than 500 exhibitors for one-of-a-kind gifts. $14 adult, $12 seniors/child, 12 and under are free.
See musical entertainment, a living nativity, petting zoo and visit with Santa, along with the Louisville Arts District First Friday Art Walk.
VIP hour from 5-8pm Enjoy drinks and food from over 50 local hot spots. VIP (21+ only ) $30, Kids 5 and under free, 6-12 $5, Adults 13+ $20 in advance, $25 at the door.
Watch more than 40 Longhorn cattle walking through the streets of downtown Denver. Step back in time and see a true western cattle drive with horses, cowboys, cowgirls, tractors, marching bands, and floats. The parade starts at Union Station and runs down 17th Street and is followed by the annual National Western BBQ Lunch beginning…
Wind through seven acres of corn. The maze can be viewed from two 15-foot tall illuminated bridges. Visitors under the age of 10 can explore the mini-maze. Tickets include one hayride, barrel train ride (for children 12 and under) and unlimited jumping on a giant pillow. Pony rides and hamster balls are available for an…
Attend a festival showcasing cultures and traditions throughout music and performances from around the world, global food and drinks, and more. Free admission and parking.
Mon-Fri through Oct 31, 9am to 5:30pm. Get a pumpkin to paint, enjoy self-guided tours of the pumpkin patch, jump in the obstacle course, visit the hay maze and more. $8 per child.
Hours vary by day. Shop for original art and crafts, sculpture, ceramics,and more. $15.50. Age 13 and under, free.
Pay tribute to Ullr, the Norse god of snow. Grab a Viking helmet and join the town-wide event which includes the iconic Main Street parade, Ullr Fat Bike Race, Ullr talent show, amd Ullr Ice Plunge.
Hours vary by date. Attend a Labor Day Weekend festival with local and worldly cuisine, six music stages, shopping, and much more.
Celebrate Asian art and culture for the Chinese New Year. Great Wall Academy performs, featuring dragon and lion dancer, and Chinese folk dances.
Mon.- Sat, 10am-5pm and Wed, 10am-7pm. Shop from unique, handmade gift and holiday items from local and regional artists.
Enjoy peach pies, peach cobbler, peach smoothies and more. Children’s activities, live entertainment and music throughout the day.
March from one Treat House to the next and collect goodies, play carnival games, create Halloween crafts and more. Event day pricing applies; members are free.
See the world's largest stock show, involving more than 15,000 animals. See rodeos, horse shows, mutton bustin', and a western trade show.
Celebrate the agricultural heritage of the region with musical entertainment, a beer garden, and more. $7, age 2 and under are free.
Sat and Sun through Oct. 31. Enjoy a hay maze, petting zoo and more. Free admission, activity prices range $1-$5.
Bring costumed kids for the parade, navigate the corn maze, find a perfect pumpkin and be sure to vote for your favorite scarecrow. $20.
See the masterpieces of 16 teams of snow artists from around the globe who transform 20-ton blocks of snow with only hand tools into an outdoor art gallery. Jan. 16-21: Technical Week - see how the blocks are formed. Jan. 22-26: Sculpting Week - Watch artists turn the blocks into art. Jan. 25-29: Viewing Week…
Hours vary by date. Attend a three-day event featuring a world-renowned pumpkin chunking competition and family-friendly festival activities like live music, face painting, pony rides, crafts, a pumpkin patch and blow-up corn maze. A variety of food and beverage vendors will be available. The Voice finalists, The Swon Brothers will kick off the weekend with…