Find last minute bargains on the last day of our annual Christmas Yard Sale.
Browse our Christmas Yard Sale for unusual, often historical, items.
Stock up on Christmas decorations and gifts at our Yard Sale. Always gently used items, many having historical interest.
At the opening night of our Festival, the Arvada Historical Society will sponsor the traditional Bingo Booth in front of historic McIlvoy House, along with pull tabs/pickles.
Visit McIlvoy House after the Parade. We will have displays about Arvada’s rich history, Arvada-specific merchandise, the Bingo Booth, pull tabs/pickles, root beer floats, and so much more…including a wealth of information about why and how Arvada was founded.
On the last day of the Festival, we will have displays about Arvada’s rich history, Arvada-specific merchandise, pull tabs/pickles, root beer floats, and so much more…including a wealth of information about why and how Arvada was founded.
Our popular Mother’s Day Tea will soon be sold out – reserve your seat now! Reservations required and will be confirmed once payment is received no later than ten days before the event. Cost: $25 per person.
Join us for a lively discussion of life under the Arvada Water Tower, our town’s famous landmark. Reminisce with us about the Water Tower and how it affected every day life. We encourage attendees to bring their photos and stories
Join us for Holiday cheer at our home – historic McIlvoy House. Renew friendships and make new ones as we celebrate the season. Light refreshments will be served.
Our float in 2017 Harvest Festival Parade illustrates three local legends: The Hackberry Tree, Mrs. Benjamin’s Gold Nugget, and Big Chief Rain-in-the-Face. Below is the full story behind each of these local legends. Legends of the Hackberry Tree When the