Kremmling Days offers something for everyone this weekend
If youre looking for fun and excitement, then check out the annual Kremmling Days celebration this weekend. Beginning Friday and continuing through Sunday, Kremmling Days has something for all ages. The theme for this year’s celebration is Stop the World and Let Me Play.The RipStoke Mountain Bike Stunt Show will be showcasing its non-stop stunt show three times on Friday. The not-to-be-missed shows begin at 1 p.m. (Central Ave.), 3 p.m. (Central Ave.) and 5 p.m. (Town Square Park). The shows are presented by the town of Kremmling. Children of all ages can enjoy a very energetic carnival at the KIDZone in the Town Square Park on all three days of this weekends celebration. The KIDZone features a Ladder Challenge, Bumper Boats, The Scrambler, an Ultimate Tag Arena and inflatable slides, pony rides and a four-person bungee trampoline. Vendors will be filling the town park with unique and fun crafts and toys for kids to enjoy such as the airbrushed temporary tattoos and body art. Distinguished Builders is the presenting sponsor of the KIDZone. The Kremmling Volunteer Fire Dept., RG Consulting Engineers Inc, and West End Rental and Tires are helping to present the KIDZone. Of course, Kremmling Days will have its staple offerings. On Friday night, Fireman’s BBQ Rib Dinner and live music by Turn 4 and Whiskey Trip will be held in the Town Square Park.On Saturday morning, start the day right with the Kremmling Classic 10 Miles, 5 Miles, and 3 Miles fun run/walk brought to you by Big Shooter Coffee, Bureau of Land Management, Kremmling Memorial Hospital District and the Applegate Group. The race is followed by the Kremmling Days Parade down Highway 40. This year’s Grand Marshals are David and Leslie Jones. By a popular vote of their teachers, this years Kremmling Days Royalty are Kimberly Bumgarner as queen with her attendants Kelsey Frank and Amy Gray. After the parade the Firemen hit the stage again with the children’s games in the park, or the public can enjoy a tour of the Heritage Park Museum. Also on Saturday, tee off during the Cliff Golf Contest on the Kremmling Cliffs. The prize holes are sponsored by River Ranch Village Mobile Home Park, Northwest Ranch Supply, Alpine Motor Sports, Subway, Credit Union of the Rockies, Red Mtn. RV Park, Bull Basin Guides & Outfitters, the Fishin’ Hole, Bank of the West and Omni Real Estate. Registration for the Cliff Golf Contest is open in the Town Square from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The competition starts at 11 a.m. on Saturday. In case of inclement weather on Saturday, the Golf Tournament will resume at 11 a.m. on Sunday.The Loggers Rodeo will showcase their special skill on Saturday afternoon on the corner of 2nd Street and Central Avenue. In addition to the fun, Sundance Stables will provide relaxing wagon rides through the streets of town on Friday and Saturday from the corner of 3rd Street and Central Avenue. Enjoy a wide variety of live music on Saturday in the Town Square Park provided by Jim Capik, Cedar Ridge Ramblers, Mike Music and Friends, and Johnny O Band. The music is sponsored by Grand Mountain Bank, Alpine Motor Sports, Vista Auto Group, Everist Materials, West Grand Land Company, Climax Molybdenum Mine, The Grand Arts Council, and Mountain Parks Electric.Sunday kicks off with a Rotary Pancake Breakfast at 7:30 a.m., church service at 9:30 a.m. in the Town Square Park; and winds down with a day of getting dirty at the Mud Race at the Middle Park Fairgrounds presented by the Middle Park Fair and Rodeo. Call 724-9818 for race information.Kremmling Days is geared up once again to be a fun and exciting weekend that we hope everyone will come out to enjoy, said Kacey Beres, events coordinator for the Kremmling Chamber of Commerce. The event is made possible by the many sponsors and volunteers who donate their money or time to the event. The Kremmling Chamber is still looking for volunteers to help man various areas of the event. Volunteers who donate five hours of time will receive a free event T-shirt and be entered into a door prize drawing. Call the Chamber at 724-3472 to sign up.
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