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Although we can’t celebrate together as we have in the past, we can still celebrate as a community. The strength in our community now is found in doing the right thing to keep each other healthy and Keep Granby Going.

All weekend

Hometown Heroes TRIbute
The Granby Chamber of Commerce is excited to host the first Hometown Heroes TRIbute! This 4th of July weekend-long event celebrates all the Hometown Heroes who have selflessly served our communities over the past several months.

 

How it works:

Step 1: Decide who your Hometown Heroes are and choose any three activities to complete in their honor. Activities can include anything from taking a hike to going out in a kayak to riding a bike around the block. You have the whole weekend to complete your three activities.
Step 2: Be sure to take pictures and videos! Spread the love by sharing them with us on social media. Make sure to use the hashtag #HometownHeroesTRIbute. The first 100 locals who use the hashtag or share the event will receive a goody bag to help celebrate the weekend’s events and activities! Once you share, pick up your goody back at the Granby Visitor Center at 516 E Agate Ave anytime Monday through Saturday between 9 am-3 pm.

 

Need some ideas for activities to do? We have you covered.

 

Coloring Contest
We’ll also hold a coloring contest of the Hometown Heroes TRIbute logo. Pick up your coloring sheet at the Granby Visitor Center at 516 E Agate Ave or print one out at home. When you’re done, bring it back to the Visitor Center. We’ll display it in our windows and you’ll be entered to win a cool prize!

Friday, July 3

Backyard Campout
Have a campout however you want to! Go to a campground, set up a tent in your backyard, have a sleepover in your living room–all are options.

 

Saturday, July 4

9 a.m. – Flyover
Hosted by the Experimental Aviation Association (EAA) Chapter 1267. Come to Main Street and watch planes fly over downtown Granby. They will be in the Missing Man formation, in honor of the missing pilots of Grand County. They will do two passes, one with four planes and the next with only three planes, representing the missing man.

Anytime between 6-9 p.m. – Virtual Dance Party
Have a dance party with your friends and family. Check out this playlist for 20 great ‘America’ songs!

 

Regional Events

Fireworks
Please contact the Flying Heels Arena for details about their rodeo and fireworks show.