Hot Sulphur Days June 10-12 |

Hot Sulphur Days June 10-12

Sky-Hi News Staff Report

The 52nd Annual Hot Sulphur Days will be on Friday, June 10, Saturday, June 11 and Sunday, June 12.

This is what Friday will look like for events in Hot Sulphur Springs: a kid’s carnival with games and prizes, a food concession run by the HSS Community Church, a silent auction, and a pie baking contest with the luscious winning pies auctioned-off to some lucky bidder. The evening ends with a street dance and live music from the Weston Smith Duo.

Saturday begin the day with a pancake breakfast cooked by the HSSP Fire Department. Browse through and marvel at the many historical exhibits at Pioneer Museum (free admission for HSD). See a reenactment of Texas Charlie in the center of town followed by the best little parade in Grand County. Try some BBQ (grilled to perfection by Amber Flames) while listening to the Red Dirt Hill Band. In the afternoon games and races for all, the Fireworks Duck Race, the Outlaw Salsa Contest (sample the entries and then decide the winner). In the evening there will be live music from the Kenny Perkins Band and fireworks.

The final event is Sunday morning – a history walk with Tim Nicklas of the Pioneer Village Museum at 9 a.m. and, weather permitting, Church in the Park begins at 10:30 a.m.

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