After the pandemic forced the Summer Sunday Fest to turn into an inverted parade last year, where guests led by participating artists and stations, the annual event returns to Brunner Farm on Sunday.
The event, hosted by the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities and the Broomfield Art Guild, is free and will run from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., promising fun for all ages.
Similar to the Sunday summer festivals before the pandemic, various activities will be dotted around the lawn at Brunner Farm.
From 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. there will be juggling tutorials from a professional juggler, a dance lesson from the dancers from the Dance Art Studio, a Sister Cities cultural game, dancers and musicians from the Colorado Fine Arts Association, mini games from carnival with prizes and a hula strapping station, makeup artist and balloon artist, craft table, frisbee golf, live music, a Colorado State University Extension gardening demonstration, Kona Ice and a Food Coma Food Truck.
From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., there will be a concert on the back porch of the Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, accompanied by the Beverly Belles, a Mountain Thai Food Truck and Kona Ice.
The Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities holds the annual event to create a place where the community can experience arts and culture, said Chief Executive Officer Keri Dillingham.
“And it also gives arts groups the opportunity to engage with residents they may not have access to,” she added. “Having this free and creative space where artists and residents can come together and have fun in a fun atmosphere is the reason we hold these events. “