October – December 2013
It’s the Grand Opening of the brand new Big O Tires store at 3rd Street and Rood Avenue in Grand Junction and Big O is celebrating with its biggest sale of the year!
Join The Lift FM as we broadcast LIVE! from the Big O Tires store in Frisco on Friday, October 4, 11 am- 2 pm, to celebrate the good news.
Wait, there’s more! Buy three snow tires, get one free! AND, buy three shocks, get one free.
Hurry! The sale ends Saturday, October 5th. Offers are good at Big O Tires stores in Frisco, Eagle-Vail, Basalt, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Montrose and Delta.
1st Annual HOWLaween Ball. Come “Eat, Drink and Be Scary” costume party for “21 & over” with cash bar, free appetizers, dancing, prizes for best costumes and a huge Silent Auction. All proceeds will benefit 4 local animal non-profits: LAPS, Swan Center Outreach, Animal Rescue of the Rockies and Far View Horse Rescue and was made possible by the generosity of the Town of Silverthorne and many local businesses. Even though this event benefits animals, this is a “No Pet” event
All proceeds will be equally divided amongst the 4 animal non-profits to fund their programs of financial aid for spay/neuter and medical/surgical vet procedures, for the rescue, foster care and adoption of needy dogs, cats and horses and the physical and emotional rehabilitation of these wonderful animals that are then partners in various therapy programs to help people.
Tickets are $13 pre-sale and $18 at the door.
The Summit Foundation offices at 111 Lincoln Ave, Breckenridge
For Pet’s Sake Thrift Store 203 N. Main St, Breckenridge
Horse Cents Thrift Store 252 Warren Avenue, Silverthorne
Photo opportunities by professional photographer to capture your stunning costume in two different haunted backgrounds.
Costume Contest Categories:
1. Best Animal costume
2. Most Unique Animal
3. Scariest Animal
4. Funniest Animal
5. Best Animal Group Theme
6. Best Non-Animal costume
7. Most Unique Non-Animal costume
8. Scariest Non-Animal costume
9. Funniest Non-Animal costume
10. Best Non-Animal Group Theme
- See more at: http://alwaysmountaintime.com/ksmt/ai1ec_event/howlaween-ball/?instance_id=960#sthash.xtV0uium.dpuf
Join us for the Road to Sochi and catch the Olympic fever with Copper and the US Ski Team. A full day of music and entertainment, this is your chance to meet the U.S. Ski Team.
Schedule of events
9:00am – 5:00pm Vendor Village in Burning Stones Plaza
11:00am – 2:00pm U.S. Ski Team Speed Center Viewing in East Village
3:00pm – 4:30pm Poster Party in Ptarmigan Rooms
4:30pm – 4:40pm Athletes Club and Parade into Village
4:40pm – 5:00pm “Believe in U.S. Pep Rally” in Burning Stones Plaza.
5:00pm – 8:00pm Copper “All American” Concert in Burning Stones Plaza. Musical Guest “Swon Brothers”
Before the U.S. Ski Team heads to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi Russia, they’re headed to Copper Mountain and they’re throwing a party! Copper will host the U.S. Alpine Ski Team Naming Friday, Nov. 8. Get up close and personal with Olympians including Ted Ligety, Bode Miller, Lindsey Vonn and Mikaela Shiffrin. As part of this all-American Pep rally, there will be a concert by The Swon Brothers, runners up on NBC’s The Voice. The event is free to public, includes photo opportunities with athletes and you can watch all of the athletes train. Have a season pass to one of those other mountains? Copper’s offering you a $39 lift ticket, just show your season pass at the ticket window! www.ussa.org
- See more at: http://alwaysmountaintime.com/ksmt/ai1ec_event/first-tracks-olympic-us-alpine-ski-team-naming/?instance_id=955#sthash.5twoXhof.dpuf
Thursday, December 5th – DINE OUT TO DONATE - Treat yourself to an evening out and make a difference. The Blue River Bistro, Burke and Riley’s and the Boatyard are donating 20% of dinner sales to Summit County Cares. 100% of the money raised will help locals facing eviction, disconnection of heat or in need or medical assistance.
Dec. 7th it’s the Bernese Mountain Dog Parade in Breckenridge! Dog lovers bring your dog or just come watch these wonderful animals as they parade down Main Street to kick off the lighting of Breck. 70 + dogs will lead the procession from the Red White & Blue Fire Dept. down Main St. to the Blue River Plaza. Event starts at 4:30 cookies & cocoa w/ the parade starting at 5:15. Festive holiday apparel for both humans & dogs is encouraged! Go Breck.com