On Saturday, Sept. 29 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. get ready to FEAR THE CORN at the Haunted Field of Screams. Transformed into an all-new scream park, the Haunted Field of Screams. On Saturday, Oct. 6 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. experience Maize in the City, a family-friendly fall event. Voted best corn maze in Denver, get lost in our 20-acre Crazed Corn Field Maze. For more information visit www.hauntedfieldofscreams.com/ and www.maizeinthecity.com/.
The Colorado Honey Festival will take place Saturday, September 22, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and Sunday, September 23rd, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., at Four Seasons Farmers and Artisans Market, 7043 W. 38th Ave. The Colorado Honey Festival celebrates bees, beekeeping, pollinators of all kinds, and of course, honey. Admission is free. Festival attendees can sample local honey from different Colorado beekeepers, listen to live music, visit educational booths, and attend presentations on the Health Benefits of Honey. Four Seasons is pet-friendly and has restrooms on-site.
On Saturday, September 22, Elitch Gardens will be thanking members of the Armed Services (Active & Veterans) and First Responders (Police, Fire & EMT) with FREE Park Admission for the day. The free admission ticket can be obtained at the Main Gate ticket windows by showing their issued badge on Saturday, September 22, 2018 only. Special friends and family discount tickets can be purchased at the Main Gate ticket windows for only $27.99 when accompanied by a Hero.
The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Festival (Rocky Choc!) is BACK - serving Loveland, Greeley, Fort Collins, Cheyenne and beyond. This year, we’ll have more chocolate and shorter lines. Join the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Festival on Saturday September 22, at The Ranch Events Complex, First National Bank Bldg - South Hall, 5280 Arena Cir., Unit 100, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in Fort Collins.
Join the annual Chile Fest Mercado in the museum Placita at El Pueblo History Museum on Saturday September 22, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. We will have, living history activities; a blacksmith demonstration; adobe construction; chile ristra making; cornhusk doll crafts; horno bread baking; chile roasting; and frontier games. The Mercado is FREE and open to the public.
Chile y Frijoles Festival is your best chance to taste of the pride of Pueblo — a special, intensely flavorful variety of green chile. Served smoking on a stick, chopped and tucked into a quesadilla or sprinkled in salsa, it’s the star of this show. Cooking competitions, live music, dancing, arts and crafts, and a farmers’ market round out the festivities this weekend from Sept. 21 - 23. For more information please visit: