Motorcycles, Candy Canes, and Christmas Lights Fill Grand Junction With Holiday Spirit This Saturday
Saturday, December 3 is a big day in Grand Junction with no less than three extraordinary holiday events featuring motorcycles, candy canes, and Christmas lights.
WESTERN SLOPE HARLEY OWNERS GROUP
37th ANNUAL TOY RUN
Hundreds of motorcycle owners will come together on Saturday to contribute toys to the Salvation Army Toy Drive. Registration is 9:00AM - 11:30AM at Grand Junction Harley Davidson with coffee and donuts. The bikers --and their toys - will then parade through Grand Junction traveling down Patterson to drop off the toys at Grand Mesa Middle School. A big party for the bikers follows the parade at Warehouse 2565. Bike owners of all makes and models are welcome to participate.
16th ANNUAL CANDY CANE HUNT
This is one of the absolute best free Christmas events for the kids, who can create a holiday craft, enjoy sweet snacks, music, and a puppet show in the Lincoln Park Barn starting at 10:00 AM. At exactly 11:00 AM, the candy cane hunt will begin at Stocker Stadium, featuring Frosty the Snowman's dash around the track. Holiday pictures with Frosty are available for purchase.
BANK OF COLORADO PARADE OF LIGHTS
The annual Christmas parade in downtown Grand Junction gets underway at 5:00PM with a fun theme this year of "Christmas on the Silver Screen." The Parade will start at 9th and will travel down Main Street to 2nd. Thousands of people will bring blankets, chairs, and hot drinks to enjoy while the parade goes by.