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100 years ago in Golden...

Annual Buffalo Bill Days draws thousands


This year’s annual Buffalo Bill Days included a special detail compared to previous years — it was the 100th anniversary of William F. Cody’s burial on Lookout Mountain. (Cody was better known as Buffalo Bill.) Buffalo Bill Days, which took place July 27-30 in downtown Golden, drew thousands of people to participate in the celebration. Entertainment included live music and vendors all weekend long, long-time favorite event attractions such as the 16th Annual Car Show and the Golden Fire Department’s Pancake Breakfast, and of course, the parade — themed “100 Years Ago in Golden” — and Monarch Productions’ Cody’s Wild West show.


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