Have a great time on July 4th with a real old-fashioned family celebration. The celebration begins with a kids' parade down Main Street that ends in Sopris Park where there will be food, crafts, children's games, chalk art projects, free watermelon, and live music.
10:30 AM - 39th ANNUAL KIDS' PARADE
Come in costume, decorate your bike, wear your uniform, play an instrument or do a routine. Parade route will be down Main Street, ending in Sopris Park.
11:00 AM - SOPRIS PARK & POOL CELEBRATION
Community Pool Party at the John M. Fleet Swimming Pool. Free ice cream and watermelon after the parade. Games, food, live music, and more!Find out more »
Let's sit down together at one loooonnnnngggg table and enjoy the company of our friends and neighbors, in the heart of Old Town Carbondale. Bring a dish for 6-8 people to share.
There will be quiet dinner music, interesting conversation, and the natural beauty of our sweet community.Find out more »
Carbondale Tournament Sept. 21-22, 2019 – To register online, visit www.carbondalerec.com or call 970-510-1214.Find out more »
Celebrate the Irish by enjoying authentic beers and wines, Celtic dancing and music. Switch gears the next day with an atmosphere jam-packed with German food and spirits, root beer, music, children's activities, friends, and fun! Sponsored by the Carbondale Recreation Department. For more information, contact Jessi Rochel at (970) 510-1278.Find out more »
This First Fridays in Carbondale kicks off a long tradition of holiday celebration. Santa will be coming to Carbondale for a special visit on December 6th from 5 to 9pm at The Launchpad. Santa will also light the trees on Main Street, beginning at Main and Weant followed by a fire and hot chocolate and music by the Carbondale Middle School Band on the Fourth Street Plaza. Stay tuned for more contributions by other fabulous creative community players and businesses and a joyous time will be had by all. Carbondale Arts “Deck the Walls” Holiday Market will be open for holiday shopping until 8pm!Find out more »