WWW Memories

Western Welcome Week – Celebrating Littleton Community Since 1928

Early WWW parade photoDo you have a favorite Western Welcome Week recollection? What’s your favorite WWW event?

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We are Colorado natives. We’ve been Littleton residents for the last 30 years. I’ve brought my mother’s 1965 Mustang to the last 10 years of WWW. Always a blast with tons of cool nice gearhead owners and visitors.
—S. Offutt

Love watching all the schools represented and the bands in the Grand Parade, and the pancake breakfast!
—Lisa C.

What’s my favorite event? All of them!
—Cindy H.

Always Fun! You meet people you haven’t seen in years.

The Grand Parade, the year my daughter, Kelsey (who now owns Elsewear Collective on Main St.) won 1st prize!
—Tracy J.

My Beautiful Granddaughter was in the Parade which made it extra special.
—Randy C.

It’s our first WWW as we moved to Littleton in October 2019. We love living here and are excited to support such a wonderful local organization!
—Lauren G.

I was so glad to be a part of it, being in the parade was so much fun. I joined the BEGA sister city program which is Bega, Australia sister city to Littleton, Colorado(this sister city relationship started 57 years ago). There were floats (BEGA/Littleton got first place), live animals, music, bands, vintage cars and trucks, fire trucks, police on horses, dancing horses, Westerners, local business and at least 20 different high school bands and athletic groups. After the parade you could shop, eat and browse around the booth on the streets or local, boutique and restaurants. A great way to celebrate and I definitely WOULD recommend going next year!
—Cindy L.

Our family loves the Pancake Breakfast. The Stick Horse Race is a hoot! Such great family traditions!

We love the parade!
—The Weavers

I love Western Welcome Week and have been attending since the early 70’s and became involved through Littleton National Bank in 1978 and remain involved today.  It’s such a generational event with something for everyone. Volunteering at Western Welcome Week has been a great way to give back!

A favorite annual event! More people need to recognize the importance of traditions and help keep Western Welcome Week going!
– Anne P.