Grand Junction's annual Parade of Lights is coming up Saturday, December 4. Like past years, thousands of western Colorado residents will line Main Street in downtown Grand Junction to see more than 100 lighted floats. Take a look at some of the entries from past years.

Check out the gallery below and enjoy some of the best floats from the last ten years.

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What's In Store For Grand Junction's 2021 Parade of Lights

First off, registration is already closed for this year. The city has already reached a maximum of 100 entries for this year's parade.

Strong Showings From Past Years

A couple of standouts from past parades would be GJ Pipe and Snob Productions. Check out the gallery below and you'll quickly understand why.

A Few Things to Remember for the 2021 Parade

Grand Junction's 2021 Parade of Lights is coming up Saturday, December 4, beginning at 5 p.m.

Parking will not be allowed along the parade route as of 2 p.m. on December 4. Vehicles parked along the parade route after 2 p.m. will be towed to a location a few blocks away where the owners can pick them up at no charge. Keep in mind, the downtown parking garage is nearby at 4th and Rood.

Grand Junction Parade of Lights 2010 to 2019

Check out images from Grand Junction's annual Parade of Lights. Images include the floats from the years 2010, 2015, 2017, and 2019.

Western Colorado Winters From Years Past - Bob Grant Photos

Here's a short gallery of Robert Grant photos showcasing Grand Junction and Western Colorado winters. They sure are fun. Then again, sometimes the snow and cold temperatures result in trouble.

FLASHBACK: Beauty Pageant Contestants of Western Colorado

Behold Western Colorado's "Miss Atomic Energy" and her attendants, plopped down on a filthy pile of highly toxic uranium ore. Take a trip back in time to Grand Junction of the past with these Bob Grant photos of local beauty queens and pageant contestants.

You're Never Far Away From a Snow Tubing Hill In Colorado

Snow tubing is a great winter sport because it is so much fun and it's something that families can do together. Another cool thing about tubing is the fact you don't need to buy a bunch of expensive and special gear you're only going to use one time.

Here is a look at some of the snow tubing options you'll find throughout Colorado this winter. Hopefully, you can enjoy some great Colorado fun in the snow.


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