All Upcoming Events
Join the crowd in Grand Lake for their 6th Annual Grand Lake Catch & Release Ice Fishing Contest. You can register on Friday night during the Friday Night Welcome Party at Pancho & Lefty's starting at 5:30 pm. Ice Fishing contests held throughout the day on Saturday. Saturday Fisherman's Feast. Door prizes at each event! $40 entrance fee. Entrants who are 14 years and younger are free. Prizes awarded in three categories: Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, and Brown Trout. Contest begins at 7:00 a.m.
Come to Estes Park for the Winter Warm-Up Weekend. If you enjoy whiskey come to the Whiskey Warm-Up located in the George Hix Riverside Plaza on March 11 from 1 to 4 pm! $50 per entrance or $90 per pair. Try selections of Colorado whiskeys, attend seminars to learn more about whiskeys, browse local cigar shops and learn about the art of hand-rolling cigars, and listen to live music. Many of the local establishments will be creating whiskey paired menus and whiskey cocktails throughout the weekend!
From Saturday to Monday, May 27 to 29, come see the Annual Juried Art Market where there will be more than 90 local, statewide and national artisans showcasing their talents. Live music and food available throughout the weekend! Local galleries will be displaying their art in the Gallery Row. See Lodging Specials for the weekend!
Wool Market workshops held two days prior to the Market on Thursday & Friday, June 8 & 9 at the Estes Park High School. 9am- 4pm Pre-registration required 970-586-6104. On Saturday, June 10 & Sunday, June 11 come to the Estes Park Events Center starting at 9am to see the 27th Annual Fiber Market showcasing all the animals we use for clothing, rope, and protection.
Fireworks over Lake Estes starting around 9:30 pm on July 4th. Professional Bull Riding (Touring Pro Division).
- Start the day off with the traditional Independence Day Pancake Breakfast at Our Lady of the Mountains Catholic Church (920 Big Thompson Avenue)
Over a hundred artisans offer one-of-a-kind handcrafted items for you to purchase or just to enjoy viewing. Make your purchases immediately or ask your favorite artists for their contact information and shop later. Downtown Estes just west of the Town Hall and Library on Elkhorn Ave on Labor Day Weekend, September 2-4. Saturday & Sunday, 9am to 5 pm; Monday, 9am to 3 pm. For more information go to www.estesparkartsandcrafts.com
Fall is rut time for Estes Park's elk herds. At this fun event we celebrate elk, known as "Wapiti" by the Native Americans. At the 19th Annual Elk Fest you can see elk and learn about elk. Native American Dancers entertain. The festival is free although there are fees for the elk bugling contest and elk viewing bus tours.