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Celebrate fall at City Floral’s Annual Fall Festival, a free family event the weekend of October 17 and 18, 10 am to 4 pm each day. There will be games and fall activities all weekend with a straw bale maze, scarecrow making, scavenger hunts, giant vegetable displays and tasty food. On Saturday meet friendly alpacas, rabbits and chickens. Food lovers take note! There is a Pie Cook-Off Saturday and Chili Cook-Off on Sunday. Wild birds arrive on Sunday with eagles, hawks, owls and more. There’s a lot to do and learn with fun and prizes all weekend. Join us at City Floral, 1440 Kearney Street, at Krameria and Colfax. Phone 303 399-1177.

Festival participant s include Silken Suri Alpaca Ranch with Cody, The Teeny Tiny Alpaca; Colorado House Rabbit Society; Rent-a-Chicken with Jim Perry and Jann Symons; Nature’s Educators, Educational Wildlife Programs; The Real Dill Pickle Company;, Rocky Mountain Giant Vegetable Growers; and many others.

Event Details

Make Your Own Scarecrow! All Day Saturday and Sunday

Materials Fee $15, Get creative and leave the mess to us to clean up!

We will supply everything you need to make an amazing scarecrow.

Straw Maze: We set up a fantastic straw maze for little feet to run through! Open all day

Saturday and Sunday. Don’t miss it!

Silken Suri Alpaca Ranch: Saturday. Pet the Alpacas and hear Cody’s remarkable story.

Colorado House Rabbit Society: Saturday. Pet a bunny and learn how to care for them.

Rent-A-Chicken: Saturday, Learn about this fun way to ease into chicken keeping.

Rentals include chickens, coop, food, spring delivery and fall pick up.

Nature’s Educators: Sunday. Meet eagles, hawks, owls and other wildlife.


Rocky Mountain Giant Vegetable Growers: Saturday and Sunday

Come see some of these enormous vegetables. Learn how to grow them and get some seeds.

Pie Cook-Off: Saturday. Enter your pie and win a cash prize. Limited to 30 entries. Rules

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Chili Cook-Off: Sunday. Cook up your best chili! Cash prizes for the winners. Rules and

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The Real Dill: Saturday

These guys started their business right here in Park Hill. Their delicious pickles have made quite a name for themselves! Come sample some of their tasty treats and get a jump start on your holiday giving.

Busy Bee Farms: Saturday, Sample some sweet honey and learn about bees.

Basic Bee Keeping Class, $25, Registration at

In Store Scavenger Hunt: Saturday and Sunday

We will hide 50 mini pumpkins in our store. They will be numbered 1-50. The numbers have groupings of prizes attached to them.

#1       2-Hour Fall Clean Up $80 Value, New Customers Only

#2       Christmas Tree, up to $80 Value

#3       Spending Spree in Gift Store, $25 Value

#4-5    20” Fresh Mixed Green Wreath, $30 Value

#6       $25 in the Blooming Department

#7-15  10” Mum

#16-22            Jack-o-Lantern Pumpkin

#23-26 Gift Store Gift Bag

#27-35 Bag of Flower Bulbs, 10 bulbs

@36-50 Bag of Treats

Games and Fun: All Day Saturday and Sunday, perfect for everyone.

Food and Beverages: All Saturday and Sunday. Green chile tasting, cider tasting, salsa tasting, as well as food and beverages for sale.


City Floral, Denver’s Oldest Greenhouse and Garden Center

Established in 1911, City Floral Garden Center is the oldest remaining greenhouse in Denver. Bursting with seasonal living color, at City Floral you’ll find everything you need to help decorate your home, inside and out. There is a great selection of lawn and garden decoration, tools, plant and flower pots, fountains, and garden supplies. We guarantee you’ll find something extra special in our gift shop, too!