The Northglenn Historic Commission and Foundation hosts numerous events year-round to both celebrate the history of the area and to raise funds to support ongoing projects. Browse our galleries below to learn about past events and visit our Contact page to get involved.
Olde Fashioned Christmas
December 1 & 2, 10:00am - 4:00pm
Each year in early December the community is invited to the historic farmhouse. Each of the rooms in the house is lovingly decorated with holiday cheer, Christmas music is played on an antique piano, and the Northland Chorale makes it an annual tradition to sing carols for guests. The "Second Time Around" room is filled with vintage holiday goodies for sale and volunteers bake delicious treats for sale as well. Youth attending the event can take photos with Santa and receive a free book from Northglenn Build a Generation. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public.
Photographs below are from the 2016 Olde Fashioned Christmas.
Healing Hoop Pow Wow
Stonehocker Western Heritage Park
Each year the Historic Commission opens the Stonehocker Western Heritage Park to this Native American Pow-Wow, which features Native Contest Dancing, Drumming, Crafts, Food and Story Telling. Proceeds will fund veteran integration programs, Native American homeless programs, youth education, and addiction prevention programs. This family-friendly event is free and open to the public.
Photographs below are from the 2016 Pow Wow.
Northglenn Pirate Fest
E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park
Members of the Northglenn Historic Commission sailed a handmade mini ship over to the 2016 Pirate fest to sell drinks and treasure to festival-goers.
Browse our gallery below to for photos of the festivities.