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Colorado Explorer Upcoming events


Through 5 Sep: 139th Annual Colorado State Fair, Pueblo. 800-876-4567, www.coloradostatefair.com.


1–5 Sep: 101st Annual Trinidad Round- Up and Labor Day Parade, Las Animas County Fairgrounds, Trinidad. 719- 845-0711, http://trinidadroundup. homestead.com.


2–4 Sep: Four Corners Folk Festival, Reservoir Hill Park, Pagosa Springs. 877-472-4672, www.folkwest.com.


2–4 Sep: Jazz Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Festival, Snowmass Town Park. 888-512- 7469, www.jazzaspensnowmass.org.


2–5 Sep: A Taste of Colorado, Civic Center Park, Denver. 303-295-6330, www.atasteofcolorado.com.


2–5 Sep: 7th Annual Wild West Air Fest & Labor Day Celebration, Steamboat Springs. 877-754-2269, www.steamboat-chamber.com.


3–5 Sep: Colorado Balloon Classic, Memorial Park, Colorado Springs. 719-471-4833, www.balloonclassic.com.


9–10 Sep: Pork & Hops BBQ Challenge, Lincoln Park, Grand Junction. 970-254- 3844, www.porknhops.com.


9–11 Sep: 86th Annual Arvada Harvest Festival & Parade, Olde Town Arvada. 303-421-1769, www. arvadaharvestfestivalparade.com.


9–11 Sep: Colorado Fall Home Show, Colorado Convention Center, Denver. www.GardeningColorado.com.


9–11 Sep: 2011 Trapper Days Rendezvous, Fort Lupton. 303-857-1710, www.spvhs.org.


10 Sep: Fall Festival of Beers & Chili Cook-Off, Mt. Crested Butte. 800- 814-8893, www.cbchamber.com.


10–11 Sep: 22nd Annual Colorado Artfest, Downtown Castle Rock. 303- 688-4597, http://castlerockartfest.com.


11 Sep: 9/11 Freedom Rally, Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, Commerce City. 303-843- 6200, www.911FreedomRally.org.


15–18 Sep: Colorado Mountain Winefest, Riverbend Park, Palisade. 970-464-0111, www.coloradowinefest.com.


16–17 Sep: 17th Annual Breckenridge Oktoberfest, Breckenridge. 970-453- 5579, www.gobreck.com.


16–18 Sep: 44th Annual Denver Gem & Mineral Show, Denver Merchandise Mart, Denver. 303-233-2516, www. denvermineralshow.com.


16–18 Sep: Colorado Pro Rodeo Association State Finals, Mesa County Fairgrounds, Grand Junction. 970-244- 1480, www.coloradoprorodeo.com.


17–18 Sep: 10th Annual 1830’s Rendezvous & Spanish Colonial Market, The Fort, Morrison. 303-839- 1671, www.tesoroculturalcenter.org.


21–25 Sep: 2011 Spanish Peaks International Celtic Music Festival, La Veta. 719-742-5410, www. celticmusicfest.com.


23–25 Sep: Montrose Indian Nations Pow Wow, Montrose County Fairgrounds, Montrose. 970-921-7707.


24 Sep: 6th Annual Mead Sugarbeet Festival, Mead. 970-405-2185, http://meadrotary.org/ SugarbeetFestival-2011/.


8–11 Sep: Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highlands Festival, Stanley Park, Estes Park. 800-90-ESTES, www.Scotfest.com.


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24–25 Sep: Autumn Gold: A Festival of Brats, Bands ‘n Beer, Bond Park, Estes Park. 970-577-9900, www.estessunriserotary.org.


24–25 Sep: 29th Annual Fall Holistic Fair, The Ranch, Larimer County Fairgrounds, Loveland. 970-472-0200, www.holisticlifechoices.com/Fairs/Fall.


30 Sep–2 Oct: Crested Butte Film Festival, Crested Butte. 303-204-9080, www.crestedbuttefilmfestival.org.


8 Oct: 12th Annual Culinary Arts, Wine and Brewfest, Hotel Colorado, Glenwood Springs. 970-945-4448, www.glenwoodarts.org.


8–9 Oct: Pumpkin Festival, Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield, Littleton. 303-973-3705, www.botanicgardens.org.


13 Oct: 32nd Annual Chili Cook-Off & Jalapeno Eating Contest, Garfield County Fairgrounds, Rifle. 970-625-2085.


15–16 Oct: 64th Annual Gem, Mineral & Jewelry Show, Two Rivers Convention Center, Grand Junction. 970-255-8374.


15–23 Oct: MileHiCon 43, Hyatt Regency Tech Center, Denver. 303-426- 0806, www.milehicon.org.


21–30 Oct: Boo at the Zoo, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Colorado Springs. 719-633-9925, www.cmzoo.org.


Log on for more! Many additional Colorado events are listed on our website, www.encompassmag.com. Submit your event there, or email it to events@colorado.aaa.com. Deadline for consideration in the magazine is two months before cover date. While we strive for accuracy, changes can occur after publication.


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ne piper steps forward and the strains of “Amazing Grace” echo across Rocky Mountain


Courtesy of Estes Park Chamber


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