Alamo Drafthouse Cinema and the Rodolfo “Corky” Gonzales Branch Library invite you to the screening of “Dreamers,” a new documentary produced by Dick Alweis, Laura Peniche, and Miranda Schubert, takes an in-depth look at the lives of five DACA recipients who are struggling to maintain a sense of normalcy in the wake of the fear of losing their DACA. Screening is on Saturday July 7 at 11 a.m. followed by discussion and a Q&A session with the DACA recipients. Free event and all ages are welcome. Visit
www.facebook.com/events/206010603557582/ for more information.
Bubbles & Bites returns for the 28th Annual Cherry Creek Arts Festival! Hundreds of people enjoyed the 2017 Bubbles & Bites event; don’t miss out on this unique and FREE opportunity. St”ART” your festival experience on Saturday, July 7 from 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. with a tour of Cherry Creek North’s famous art galleries, shops, refreshments and light snacks. Admission is free, just like the Cherry Creek Arts Festival. Visit
www.cherrycreeknorth.com/things-to-do/shop/cherry-creek-arts-district for more information.
2018 marks the 26th year for the Greeley Farmers’ Market. The Market is a great venue for both vendors and customers. Our vendors offer a wide variety of locally grown and produced food products including in-season fresh produce, meats, honey, breads and other baked goods, roasted chile and much more. In addition, there are great gifts and sundries from local artisans and crafters. The Farmers’ Market is a great place for families and to meet friends. Every Saturday, from 8 a.m. to noon there is live entertainment by local musicians. Plus, some solid gardening/yard advise from Weld County Master Gardeners from CSU Extension. Other community groups host informational booths and sponsor a kid’s activity, every Saturday through October 27. For more information visit www.GreeleyGov.com/FM.
Join the July Latino Supremo Coffee Break, July 11 from 8:15 a.m. - 9:15 a.m. at 515 Chester Ave. (in their Service Center). Be sure to bring plenty of business cards to network with members and businesses, while learning more about all that the Assistance Leagues in Pueblo. You will learn how donations made to impact Pueblo. Visit www.facebook.com/events/186479978684136/ for more information.
4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS
INDEPENDENCE EVE FIREWORKS
The annual Independence Eve Celebration in Civic Center Park will feature a free patriotic concert, an innovative light show on the Denver City and County Building and a stunning fireworks finale. Lawn seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, so be sure to bring blankets or low-rise concert/beach chairs.
COMMERCE CITY FOURTH OF JULY
Celebrate the Fourth of July safely in Commerce City with the largest public fireworks show in the state of Colorado. Commerce City’s free annual 4thFest celebration, Wednesday, July 4, takes place outside at the south end of Dick’s Sporting Goods Park (6000 Victory Way). The outdoor festivities kickoff at 5 p.m. with fun family activities including inflatables, face painters, outdoor games and much more. JULY 4 FIREWORKS DISPLAY FOLLOWS THE COLORADO RAPIDS GAME
FOURTH OF JULY IN THORNTON
Join the City of Thornton at Carpenter Park Fields, 108th Avenue & Colorado Blvd. on Wednesday, July 4, for live music, food vendors, tons of stuff for the kids and a beer garden starting at 4 p.m. Come early, first come first serve.
CELEBRATE YOUR INDEPENDENCE IN NORTHGLENN
Celebrate America’s birthday at the July 4th Festival in EB Rains Jr. Memorial Park in the City of Northglenn. Some call the event Denver’s largest family picnic as families and friends bring out their blankets and picnic baskets to get a great seat for the annual fireworks program. Event will be held on Wednesday, July 4, from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
FOURTH OF JULY SPECTACULAR
The city of Aurora, celebrates the 4th of July Spectacular and Independence Day with a fireworks show that lights up the night sky. The Aurora Municipal Center Great Lawn features live music, delicious food and a fireworks display revered as one of the best in Colorado. Check out the best viewing areas in town for our fireworks display. Opens to public - 6:00 p.m.; Music Entertainment - 6 to 9:30 p.m.; Fireworks Show - 9:30 p.m.
GOLDEN 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS
Join the Golden Lions Club for the 4th of July community celebration in Lions Park on 10th St. again this year. This is one of the major ways for the Lions to give back to the Golden community and our country. Activities start at noon and include free rides for the kids, face painting, live music, and food. Then just after dusk the City of Golden will put on a large fireworks display (weather permitting!).
THE GREELEY STAMPEDE 4TH OF JULY
The Greeley Stampede 4th of July parade is a traditional event that brings families back year after year. The parade showcases over 130 entries and attracts tens of thousands of eager spectators. Floats, bands and equestrian entries from all over Colorado and many surrounding states come together to celebrate our Nation’s Independence and Colorado’s Western heritage. The parade runs north along historic 10th Ave. starting amidst the beautiful University of Northern Colorado campus at 19th St. and ending on 5th St. beyond historic Lincoln Park. The parade kicks off at 9 a.m. sharp on Tuesday, July 4th.
FORT COLLINS 4th OF JULY COMMUNITY CELEBRATION
Live Music and Fireworks presented by Blue Ocean Foundation. In the evening, the celebration continues at City Park with live music and fireworks. Local bands will perform from 4:15 p.m. until 7 p.m. The Colorado Swing Band will perform from 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m. followed by Guerrilla Fanfare Brass Band from 5:45-7 p.m. The Fort Collins Symphony, led by Maestro Wes Kenney, will play from 8:15 p.m. until the fireworks are scheduled to begin around 9:35 p.m. Independence Day concludes with the traditional fireworks display over Sheldon Lake in City Park. The fireworks display is scheduled to begin at 9:35 p.m., depending on wind and weather conditions.
COLORADO SPRINGS 4TH OF JULY FESTIVITIES
Celebrate Independence Day, at Memorial Park in Colorado Springs on July 4, at 5:30 p.m. Get ready for the region’s largest event, amazing food, and thunderous fireworks to light up the night sky. Get there early to claim a prime spot. Free to the public.
4th OF JULY CELEBRATION/PUEBLO WEST
Since the 1970s, the Pueblo West Metropolitan District has celebrated Independence Day with a splash. What began as typical hot July morning, as Fire Chief Jack Fowler sprayed a crowd of sweaty spectators with a fire hose along the parade route, has now turned into the largest wet parade and water fight west of the Mississippi.