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Join us at these great community events!

Day Without Hate Celebration

Friday, April 26 @ 5:30-7:00PM

Location: Widefield Parks & Recreation Pool
Fee: Free

A Day Without Hate is a celebration of unity, a rejection of fear, and a commitment to work towards nonviolent solutions to any conflict.  Join us for our Day Without Hate Celebration featuring activities, music, free swimming for WSD3 students, and a food truck! 

The WSD3 school with the most representation will win a prize! 

Tracy Vsetecka Memorial Walk

Saturday, July 20

Join us for the 6th Annual Tracy Vsetecka Memorial Walk. 

Tracy Vsetecka was a principal in the Widefield School District 3 for over 13 years. Her unexpected passing affected many throughout the community. Tracy's engaging presence, positive nature, and ever-present smile made a lasting impact on all she knew and those she had only just met. Her family has joined with Widefield Parks & Recreation and Woodland Wanderers to extend her celebration of life and enjoyment of exercise to the community with a non-competitive walking event in her honor. Join us for a  free walk and an opportunity to donate to the Tracy Vsetecka Scholarship Fund to continue her legacy.


Fall Fun Day Picnic


Join Widefield Parks and Recreation for our Fall Fun Day Picnic located at the Green Field on our grounds. Free! Food! Fun! Prizes!

Enjoy numerous activities that are fun for the whole family! Experience a picnic with your family while playing bingo, water balloon games, circuit races, a chalk art competition & more!  

*The first 250 attendees will receive a FREE picnic lunch including a pre-packaged hot dog, chips, and a drink! 

Thank you to our Hot Diggity Dog Food Sponsor: 

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Friends' Night Out Flyer

Friends' Night Out

Widefield Parks & Recreation 
755 Aspen Drive, 80911

Widefield Parks & Recreation and Security Public Library are proud to host Friends' Night Out to highlight our programs and offerings, and give back to the community. Join us for an evening of relaxation and pampering (18 years & up)! We will have make-n-takes, fitness classes, trivia, chair massages, a blind date with a book, refreshments, and more. 

The first 50 in the door will receive a goody bag (contents may vary).

So, grab your friends and get out of the house for a little FREE fun! 



Saturday, June 8 @ 9:30 - 11:30am 

Widefield Parks and Recreation is proud to bring the 5th Widefield Family Health & Fitness Day to our community!  

If you are looking for a fun way to get active and healthy, join us in June! 

Event Details

Movies in the Park 


Fridays @ Pi-Ute Park  

June 14 - Trolls Band Together
July 12 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem
August 9 - Wish
September 13 - E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial  

Join us for some free, fun, family-friendly entertainment at our Movies in the Park! We will have the big screen set up and viewable for all spectators. Each movie will feature a food truck and activities before the movie begins!
Movies will start at dusk.



Leprechaun Hunt

March 11 - 17

Come join us for some March Madness fun with a Leprechaun Hunt!

Collect pictures with 5 different St. Patrick's Day themed items, and submit them to the Google Form to win a prize and be entered into the Grand Prize drawing! Items will be scattered across Widefield Parks & Recreation’s various parks for all to find. 

This event lasts the entire week, starting on Friday, March 11, culminating on Friday, March 17. So grab your family and let the hunt begin!

You can find leprechauns at the following WPR parks:
  • Widefield Parks & Recreation, 705 Aspen Drive
  • Barnstormers Park, 4807 Daredevil Drive
  • Pi-Ute Park, 805 Main Street
  • Windmill Mesa Park, 4610 Fencer Road

Holiday Tree Lighting

Save the Date for 2024!
Tuesday, December 3, 2024

Bring the entire family to the 19th annual celebration at Widefield Parks & Recreation to enjoy free youth activities, s'mores, cookies, hot cocoa, and more. Enjoy the holiday atmosphere of carolers, Santa, and shopping at the craft fair. Gently used or new coats and new toys will be collected at the Recreation Center during November through the tree lighting.