The attractions at this cultural event range from live music (by local artists Chris Daniels and the Kings and Andy Rok & the Real Deal) to children’s crafts to food trucks, ensuring that even the pickiest of people will find a way to enjoy themselves. Don’t miss two new sources of entertainment: a beer garden stocked with brews from nearby companies like Great Frontier Brewing, and the grand opening of the Estes Motel, which has been restored and renovated as a museum after being closed for 20 years. Partygoers can tour the motel and then settle in to watch the baseball antics of Squints, Ham Porter, and Benny when neighborhood classic The Sandlot screens at dusk. Sat 5 p.m.-11 p.m.
—Photo courtesy of Meghan Ruble/Lakewood Heritage, Culture and Arts Division
- Special Events
- Jun 11, 2016 05:00 pm - 11:00 pm