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Neighborhood 4th of July Parade & Celebration
July 4 | Franklin Street
The 4th of July is right around corner and so is our annual neighborhood CCHN Independence Day parade. We will have balloon twisting and face painting for the kids as well as a food cart for treats.

We’ll send out a reminder by email as a way to sign up to bring items such as fruit, ice, etc.

As always, we will gather at 9:30 am in the green belt between 3rd and 4th on Franklin St. The parade will start at the sound of a car horn around 9:45 am. We look forward to seeing many of you there!

Cherry Creek Arts Festival
July 6 – 8 | Cherry Creek North
This year, the arts festival will run from July 6 – 8. There will be 250 selected artists showing a range of art styles and mediums. The festival provides an opportunity to experience great food, music and entertainment, all right here in our ‘back yard.’ Such easy access to this world-class event is only one of the many benefits to living in our beautiful neighborhood.

Steele Street will host a slew of interactive artistic activities, which can be enjoyed by visitors of all ages.

Please be aware that the 3-day event has an attendance of 350,000 visitors! This means that traffic will be understandably congested and we must prepare for extra travel time to and from our homes on the east side of the neighborhood.

Festival Hours
Friday – Saturday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

You can learn more at cherrycreekartsfestival.org

Cherry Creek Food & Wine
August 11 | Fillmore Plaza
Enjoy bites from 20 neighborhood restaurants as well as wine, beer, spirits and music at this ticketed event. Each year, participating vendors compete for awards for Best of Show, Best Dessert, Best Table Décor and People’s Choice. More information will be available in late June at the cherrycreeknorth.com site.

A Taste of Colorado
September 1 – 3 | Civic Center Park
As an end-of-summer-salute, visit Civic Center Park on Labor Day weekend to catch a glimpse of more than 50 area restaurants, 275 marketplace artisans and vendors, six stages, and educational programs promoting the diverse cultural and Western heritage of our area.