Centennial datebook for April 19


— April 21

Celebration kickoff. April 21 was the day Craig was officially made a town. Join us for the judging of the beard-growing contest at 6:30 p.m. at the Museum of Northwest Colorado.

May 1 to 3

Colorado State Taxidermy Championships at the Craig Holiday Inn.

May 17

Where the Hell's Maybell annual bicycle ride from Craig to Maybell begins at 7 a.m. Call 826-2029 for more information.

TW Legislative golf tournament.

May 23 to 26

Grand Olde West Days, a four-day event featuring a carnival, concert, parade, street festival and more. Go to www.grandoldewest.com for event details.


Taste of Craig festival (TBA)

June 5 to 8

Mountain Man Rendezvous is at the Wyman Living History Museum. Call 824-6346 for more information.

June 11 to 14

Whittle the Wood Rendezvous, a four-day event where woodcarvers from across the nation converge on City Park to turn tree stumps into works of art. The Rendezvous culminates Saturday, June 14, with a festival where the entries are judged and the city of Craig provides a free concert in the park.

June 21

10 a.m. Yampa Valley Electric Association annual meeting in Craig followed by a community barbecue at 12:30 p.m. at the Moffat County Fairgrounds.

June 26

Share your stories and hear others during a night celebrating railroad history at The Center of Craig.

July 4

Independence Day. Time capsules buried 100 years ago will be opened at Craig City Hall. Craig Fire/Rescue will set off fireworks from the top of Finley Lane.

July 12

Don't miss your chance to see Three Dog Night live in concert at Moffat County Fairgrounds. Colorado's own Firefall will open. Tickets are $20. Ticket information will be posted as soon as it's available. The concert will be followed by a fireworks display.


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