Don’t forget to get your raffle tickets for the many great prizes donated by generous community partners and merchants to the Lions Club. All the proceeds go to fund the many community projects the Lions Club does for the community. Friendly and leashed dogs are welcome.
The fun starts at 11 a.m. and doesn’t end until the fireworks display begins, approximately 9:30 p.m., weather and fire conditions permitting.
Musical Line Up:
12 – 3 p.m. – Thunder and Rain (Bluegrass / Americana)
3:30 – 6 p.m. – Kerry Pastine and the Crime Scene (Rockabilly)
6:30 – 9:15 p.m. – Ryan Chrys & the Rough Cuts (Modern Outlaw Country)
Park Rules to keep in mind:
You can get the full scoop on what is and is not allowed on our Park Rules page, but here are the highlights!
- If you are planning to bring your own grill, please be aware of park rules governing the use of grills in Lions Park: Use of a portable propane camp stove is permitted if the stove’s propane tank has a capacity of 2 pounds or less. Ordinance No: 2046.
- Smoking, vaping and the use of electronic smoking devices is not permitted in any Golden Park or recreation facility.
- Dogs must be kept on leashes and the person having the charge of the animal must immediately pick up the poop and dispose of it appropriately.
Once a month, car lovers gather along South Golden Road to watch hot rods, classic cars, and custom rides of all kinds do what they do best – cruise! This is Colorado’s biggest annual car cruise, and it happens on the first Saturday of each month, May through October.
Learn more at www.goldensupercruise.com.
Join in a week-long celebration of the arts! ARTSWEEK GOLDEN includes activites that will take place throughout Golden such as yarn-bombing of Golden sculptures, performance art, sidewalk chalk masterpieces, plein air painting, and much more.
The festival will culminate in the Foothills Fine Arts Festival with more than 100 national artists exhibiting their works in downtown Golden at Arapahoe and 12th Street.
Learn more and see the full schedule of events at Artsweekgolden.org.
Have you hiked our Colorado 14ers? Or, maybe thinking about hiking a 14er and want to be more prepared? The Alpine Rescue Team will give you insight on some of the ins & outs of how to successfully and safely hike our tallest peaks, whether you have hiked them all or not yet hiked any of our 14ers.
What should you bring? Do you know how to read the weather? What about if you get lost or hurt…what do you do then?
Alpine Rescue Team will help prepare you for your 14er adventure, as well as provide perspective from the rescuer’s point of view, and how best to be assisted in case you have a bad day in the mountains.
This is a FREE class, for more information call 303-384-8094
Who better to fire up the griddle than Golden’s Firefighters! Don’t miss out on their tasty pancakes and bacon. Invite your friends and family to join you on the morning of Saturday, July 27, at the Golden Fire Station, 911 10th St., to fuel up your belly before heading to the Buffalo Bill Days parade.
The breakfast begins at 6 a.m. and lasts until just before the Buffalo Bill Days parade at 10 a.m. This is a great opportunity for you to get to meet Golden’s first responders in a fun and interactive way. Last year, 55 members of the Golden Fire family helped out at the event, and they served around 1,700 people!
Purchase your tickets at the fire station ahead of time or the morning of the breakfast. Suggested donations are $8 for adults and $6 for kids under 12. Keep in mind that the biggest crowds are between 8:45 and 9:45 a.m., so try to come early. Funds raised at the breakfast go toward advanced training, equipment, and other support services for the mostly-volunteer Golden Fire Department.
Get your costumes ready and pump up your tires! The Golden Bicycle Cruise is back for another fun season of music, beer, food, and the always popular costume-themed cruise rides around Golden.
Golden-based New Terrain Brewing Company will pour two local brews each night, while local bands provide the music and Bob’s Atomic Burgers provides the food. If you plan on purchasing food or drinks, please note that this is a cash-only event.
There are prize drawings for adults and kids during every ride. Adults earn prize tickets with the purchase of beer, and kids can earn tickets by (1) showing up (2) wearing a costume and/or (3) bringing nonperishable food donations for a local food pantry.
The family-friendly event, sponsored by the Golden Community Commons group, takes place on the last Tuesday of the month, May through September. Gather at 6 p.m. in the parking lot next to the library for music, food and beer. Ride starts at 7 p.m. and ends back at the library lot where the fun continues until 9:30 p.m.
2019 Cruise Themes
May 28: Grease – The 1950’s
Music by Dorado
June 25: Cartoon Characters
Music by Jackie and the Racket
July 30: Moustache Ride
Music by Chris Thompson and Friends
August 27: Pirates
Music by Half Pint and the Growlers
September 24: Zombies
Music by Weatherbee and the Gnarbillys