Jump start your summer with one of the first celebrations in Grand County. The 52nd Annual Hot Sulphur Days will be on Friday, June 10, Saturday, June 11, and Sunday, June 12. We will have a full lineup of fun events.
On Friday, June 10, a kids carnival with games and prizes, a food concession run by the HSS Community Church, a silent auction where you can try to outbid your neighbor for some cool items, and a pie baking contest with the luscious winning pies auctioned off to some lucky bidder. The evening ends with a street dance and live music from the Weston Smith Duo.
Saturday, June 11, is a day crammed with events. Begin the day with a pancake breakfast cooked by the HSSP Fire Department. Browse through and marvel at the many historical exhibits at the Pioneer Village Museum (free admission for HSD). We’ve got Pony Rides at the Town Park beginning at 12:30 pm. See a reenactment of Texas Charlie in the center of town followed by the best little parade in Grand County. Right after the parade is the kickoff of the Horseshoe Tournament (registration begins at 10:30 am). If you get hungry, the county’s tastiest BBQ will satisfy your hunger and is accompanied by live music from the Red Dirt Hill Band. After lunch, there is more to come: family games, the Fireworks Duck Race, the Outlaw Salsa Contest. Come back later to listen to live music from Kenny Perkins Band, and round out the evening “oohing and aahing” at the fantastic fireworks display.
On Sunday morning, take a stroll down memory lane at our HSS History Walking Tour with Tim Nicklas, the Director of the Pioneer Village Museum. And lastly, weather permitting, Church in the Park, at 10:30 am.
See you there!!!