Tuesday, December 6th
Celebrate Lagniappe (lawn-yahp) as our local business owners thank their loyal customers with small gifts of appreciation. The Mayor will begin the festivities by lighting the Tree in Town Square. Olde Town will glow with holiday lights, carolers will sing traditional holiday songs, and Santa will be waiting to meet young children and listen to the Holiday wishes.
Saturdays between Thanksgiving and Christmas
We invite you to experience a touch of holiday charm this season. Celebrate the holidays with us this season and find that unique gift only found in one of our many authentic boutiques and enjoy dinner in our locally owned restaurants. Santa will be on the Olde Town Square for picture opportunities and you can enjoy a horse drawn carriage ride through Olde Town.
Pictures with Santa are free with a donation of canned food that we'll donate to the food bank at The Rising Church. Carriage rides are $10 per adult, $5 per child 2-16 and little one on laps are free. Carriage rides leave the Square every 15 minutes during the event.
February 6, 2016
Chocolate! Chocolate! Chocolate! It’s a love affair with everything chocolate. Bliss out on tasty delights and have fun in Olde Town. This tasty event features good treats and fun!
Saturday, March 12th (snow date Saturday, March 19th)
Everyone's Irish at our all-ages St. Patrick's Day Festival. This street festival features live stage music, plenty of Irish elements, arts and crafts vendors, food, and of course beer and wine. Kids activities and plenty of great Olde Town merchants to visit make it a welcoming experience for the whole family. Admission is free and the festival area will be closed to traffic.
Thursday, May 5th 4pm-8pm
A special evening awaits you in Olde Town, where can “sample” all there is to offer. Bring your mother, daughter, or girl friends for a fabulous girls’ night out! Purchase an event bracelet and get a map of samples made available by our local businesses.
Saturday, June 11th 4:30pm-10:00pm
Saturday, July 9th 4:30pm-10:00pm
Saturday, August 13th 4:30pm-10:00pm
Historic Olde Town Arvada again invites our community to celebrate in Olde Town at our 2nd Saturday Street Festivals! Olde Town events typically bring around 4,000 people to Grandview Avenue. In addition to live music, we will feature arts/crafts booths, food booths, kids activities, and beer/wine sales. Admission is free and Grandview Ave will be closed to auto traffic, ensuring a fun and safe atmosphere for all.
Fridays in August
Get out of the house this summer and enjoy a relaxing evening under the stars. Sit back with free family friendly outdoor movies in Olde Town Square. Movies start at dusk and a preceded by a one hour concert.
Come back in May for a preview of this year's schedule!
Tuesday, August 2nd
You can be a crime fighting hero! On this special night, our downtown district and communities across the nation join hands against crime and drugs. Join us for the potluck BBQ and safety demonstrations in Olde Town Square to send a message to criminals: Our neighborhood is organized and crime will not be tolerated, we put the unity in our community.
Saturday, October 8th
Town Square will become a pumpkin patch and scarecrows of all shapes and sizes will stand guard throughout Olde Town. Bring costumed kids for the parade, navigate the corn maze, find a perfect pumpkin and be sure to vote for your favorite scarecrow – the winners will receive prizes – or enter your own scarecrow into the contest. Click here for the Scarecrow contest entry form.pdf. Mail the form with a check, or email the form and pay online here
Friday, October 28th
On the spookiest night of the year, bring the family to Olde Town for a safe and friendly night of trick-or-treating. Local merchants welcome little ghosts and goblins for a haunting good time. Bracelets for trick or treating are $2 per child.