Things to Do and Activities

Check out annual events in the Fountain Valley community.  Find what interests you and meet new people here.  Below is a summary of just a few of the many activities and events in the Fountain Valley area. Check our monthly calendar for all events.


The Annual Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast
Below is a photo of the annual Fourth of July Breakfast  that happens each year on the morning of the Fourth of July.  Each year the Security Fire Department serves up a hearty breakfast.  There is music and entertainment for the whole family.                                            

Thunder in the Valley Car Show
The Fountain Valley car show has been an annual event since 2004 started by a group of car enthusiast with proceeds benefiting the Silver Key Program. The car show weekend is full of cool cars, great music and delicious food.


Fountain Fire Department Dinner and Dance
The Fountain Fire Department Dinner and Dance takes place each year on Labor Day Weekend on Sunday evening at Metcalfe Park.  Enjoy music BBQ and prizes.


Fountain Fall Festival
The Fountain Fall Festival begins takes place on Monday during Labor Day Weekend.  Start  your day off with a delicious Pancake Breakfast.  All funds support the local FFCHS ROTC. Annual Parade and Festival after breakfast with music, vendors and food.  

Hot Rod Rock & Rumble at Pikes Peak International Raceway
MUST SEE Rockabilly Festival! Hot rod extravaganza, featuring PPIR’s race-shop dance party with live music & DJ. Live Regional and National acts.  Event includes a pre-72’ car show, vintage drag racing, swap meet, food & merchandise vendors, camping, kids games, greaser contest, and the always popular Pin-Up Contest!

Widefield Fall Festival Parade and Community Day
Community Day   Parade takes place in late September or early October .  The parade begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Big R parking lot on Fontaine Boulevard, west on Fontaine, north on Security Boulevard, east on Main Street, finishing up at Widefield High School.  A hotdog cookout and fall festival will follow the parade at the stadium along with rivalry football game between Mesa Ridge and Widefield High School.


Tree Lighting at the Mayor’s Park by the Caboose on Hwy 85/87 and Iris Drive.  Free Hot  Apple Cider, Hot Chocolate and Cookies.  




Annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration at Widefield Parks & Recreation
Local crafters/vendors, hayrides, kids crafts, marshmallow roasting, hot cocoa & apple cider with a cookie, storytime and more. This is a free event for the entire family. You don’t want to miss it!

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