Hot Sulphur Springs Happenings

Horseshoes are a popular attraction at Hot Sulphur Days.
Horseshoes are a popular attraction at Hot Sulphur Days.

Are you wondering what to do this weekend? In the mood for some small-town fun that packs a big punch? Then Hot Sulphur Days is where you want to be!

Friday night’s events take place at the Hot Sulphur Springs Town Hall. Beginning at 6:00pm, there will be a Kids Carnival and concessions, a pie baking contest and sale, activities for teens with Free Bingo from 7:30-9:30.

Saturday’s events begin at the Hot Sulphur Springs/Parshall Fire Station at 8:00am for a flag ceremony and pancake breakfast. After breakfast, wander over to the Pioneer Village Museum and enjoy free admission as you view the new exhibit of the 150th anniversary of the John Wesley Powell Grand Canyon Expedition, and be entertained by cowboy and train talk.

At noon, meet at the town square (Aspen and Grand) for the thrilling reenactment of Texas Charlie and then stay and watch the parade.

Head down to the Town Park after the parade and have a delicious BBQ lunch, enjoy the live music and join in on the horseshoe tournament! There will be kids’ games, kite flying, a greased pole climb and a firefighter’s challenge. If you missed the morning museum talks, you can catch them again at 2:30pm at the Pioneer Village Museum.

Saturday night features more live music beginning at 7:00pm, with our famous firework show as soon as its dark.

Sunday morning, meet at the Pioneer Village Museum at 9 a.m.for the Hot Sulphur Springs History Walk with Don Dailey, local history buff. Church in the park presented by Calvary Church will begin at the Town Park at 10:30am. To wrap up a fun-filled weekend, join in on the town softball game beginning at 1:00pm at the town park.

This will definitely be a weekend of fun for everyone! For more information, visit the Hot Sulphur Days website at This event depends on your support and donations!! We hope to see you all there.