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Spooktacular at Skateland

Spooktacular at Skateland

Safe Trick or Treat

Spooktacular at Skateland

Trinidad Community Theatre Halloween Party and Costume Contest

Trinidad Photography Gallery First Friday Opening Reception

Spooktacular at Skateland

Canvas and Conversation

Scary-Oky Party and Costume Contest

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Paint & Sip

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Trinidad Lake State Park Free Entry for Military

Veteran’s Day Luncheon

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Holiday Gala Reception at Corazon Art Gallelry

Annual Quilt Guild Craft Show and Charity Quilt Giveaway

Holiday Craft Show

Countdown to the Holidays

Spur of the Moment at Spanish Peaks Inn

Cappton Reid at Brix

Cappton Reid at Brix

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BINGO at Mt. Carmel

Nostalgic Movie Night

3rd Thursday Heritage Nights – Wool Spinning

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Mt. Carmel Christmas Bazaar

Black Water Draw

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Annual Christmas Tree Lighting

Pottery Sale and Show

Cappellucci Brothers

Pottery Sale and Show

Cappellucci Brothers

Parade of Lights & Colorfest

Entertainer Gus Meza

Pottery Sale and Show

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EXPLORE TRINIDAD FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Tour the holiday lights

August 30, 2018

Holiday Shopping

August 30, 2018

Holiday Trolley Tour

August 30, 2018

Bedecked in Lights

August 30, 2018

GROOVE

Find things to do and enjoy events like Open Mike Night from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. every Friday at Las Animas Grill, where local and traveling musicians jam and perform. Locals and visitors alike can also enjoy the eclectic musical mix introduced by Randini’s Musical Circus, which is a music series comprising performances by various artists every other Saturday night at Las Animas Grill. Other venues in town that feature music are Brix, Gino’s, Tees Me Treat Me, and Moose’s Social Club and Martini Bar. Meanwhile, for instruments or related supplies and services, you can visit Ike’s Music (formerly the Columbia Hotel), which offers vinyl, ukuleles, string instruments, lessons, recording services, and live sound, while also gazing at one of the most ornate ceilings in the city.

TRINIDAD, COLORADO
red guitar laying on its back with a white background and highlighted words: Jam and High Note

Holiday fun at Trinidad’s Annual Parade of Lights 

Photo credit: Brad Kirby

BEHIND THE SCENES

MEET THE HOMETOWN HOLIDAYS BOARD!

A group of 7 hardworking and innovative women currently comprise this board of fun! –Lynn Smith, Christine Duran, Gloria Jean Young, Roberta D’Ercole, Tammie Mack, Kirby Stokes, and Karen Jo Agnello. This board is celebrating 20 years of bringing the Annual Parade of Lights and Colorfest to Main Street Trinidad the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Last year’s event had over 30 parade entries, prompting the group to consider changing the parade route.  The 2019 parade route will begin on Linden St and proceed west on Main Street to Animas, dispersing at the Safeway parking lot.

The group also hosts the following events open to the public:
—Annual Tree Lighting at City Hall-the Friday after Thanksgiving
—Mother/Son and Father/Daughter Dance-Friday and Saturday before Valentine’s day
—Square Dance, Southern Strings Contest, Apple Pie Baking Contest and 4-H Cake Walk-Independence day

These holiday events brought to the families and visitors of the community are very much appreciated by the community!  Thank you Hometown Holidays for making our holidays SPECIAL!