The Town of Hot Sulphur Springs and the Hot Sulphur Days Committee are proud to announce the 53rd annual Hot Sulphur Days event, June 9-11.
The celebration kicks off on Friday night with a free children’s carnival, a pie-baking contest and a silent auction with live music by the Red Dirt Hill Band.
Saturday starts off with the traditional pancake breakfast sponsored by the HSSP Fire Department.
In honor of Hot Sulphur Days, the Grand County Historical Society is granting free admission to its Pioneer Village Museum on Saturday.
History will again repeat itself with the Texas Charlie Shootout re-enactment at high noon followed immediately by the best little Parade in Grand County. Businesses, organizations and individuals in Grand County are invited to participate in the parade. There are multiple award categories. Details and forms are available online or at the Town Hall.
Amber Flames BBQ will return to serve a smoked meat lunch for the community. It will include ribs, pulled pork, chicken and hot dogs with sides of ranch style beans, cole slaw, beverages and dessert. During the BBQ we will have music from the group, Tight Like That.
Throughout the day activities for everyone will include horseshoes, family games, kids’ games, kite-flying, a greased pole contest, a salsa contest and the one-and-only Fireworks Duck race.
Saturday at dusk will be an amazing fireworks display . Watch from Town Park while listening to Thin Ice, one of Grand County’s favorite bands.
Sunday morning starts with the Sulphur Stroll, a guided historical walking tour followed by church services in the Town Park with the Hot Sulphur Springs Community Church.
All details are available on our website: www.hotsulphurdays.com