5 Things You Need to Do This April in Colorado
Goodbye Winter and hello Spring. With the weather warming up it's time to get up and get out there. These are five things you need to get out there and do this April in Colorado.
After a long day of work and with the gorgeous weather, I feel myself longing to spend more time outside. From skipping across an icy pond on skis to jousting, you won't be bored this April in Colorado.
I've never been to a Renassiance Faire before and lucky for me, there's one in our backyard. Grand Junction's Renaissance Faire is April 21-22 at Watson Island. Bring on the jousting and fire dancing.
Wild Earth Day is April 22 at The Wild Animal Sanctuary. There will be art and crafts, vendors and a bunch of wild fuzzy friends. If you donate a tree/shrub, you get free admission to the Sanctuary walkway.
Have you ever seen a cardboard car race down a mountain? Well you can at the Steamboat Springs' 38th Annual Springalicious. They have live music, the Cardboard Classic and the Splashdown Pond Skim. Good luck crossing that pond of ice on your skis, I'll be watching.
Yet another April event in our backyard, it's the 10th Annual Palisade International Honeybee Festival. It's on April 14 at the Palisade Town Plaza. The purpose of this festival is to bring attention to the threatened honeybee population and the wide range of bee products. There's even a Spelling Bee and a whole lot of honey.
Colorado's fee free days for Nationals Parks begin on April 21. Colorado has plenty of National Parks to choose from and what's could be better than being surrounded by nature's beauty? That would be not having to pay for it.