Calendar

Calendar

Nov
7
Fri
Copper Opening Day!
Nov 7 2014 – Nov 7 2015 all-day

Ain’t nothing going to hold us back! Come to Copper Mountain on November 7th and let’s celebrate the season! Click here for more information!  

Jun
10
Wed
Frisco Historic Park Lunchtime Lectures
Jun 10 – Aug 26 all-day

Join the Town of Frisco’s Historic Park & Museum for a weekly guest lecture series every Wednesday this Summer.  Lectures are approximately one hour long.

Photo: Todd Powell

Jun
25
Thu
Frisco’s Free Concerts in the Park Series
Jun 25 – Aug 20 all-day

Bring your lawn chairs, picnic blanket and come enjoy a fun, free concert in Frisco’s Historic Park on Thursdays in Summer.  Concert lawn chairs, tote bags and wine bottle tote bags made out of repurposed vinyl event banners are available for purchase at the Information Center at 300 Main Street.

Photo: Todd Powell

Jul
28
Tue
Board of Equalization
Jul 28 @ 9:00 am – Jul 31 @ 9:00 am

The Board of County Commissioners will sit as the Board of Equalization.

Jul
30
Thu
Rummage Sale
Jul 30 – Aug 2 all-day

The Summit County Senior Center will be holding a Rummage Sale from July 30th-August 2nd, 2015!   Pre Sale  – Thursday, July 30 (5 – 8pm) – $10.00 Entrance fee Regular Sale – Friday  & Saturday, July 31 & August 1st  9am -5pm Sunday – 10am  – 12pm ( $2.00 per bag inside and big discounts outside) Donation Drop Off –  Tuesday & Wednesday,  July 28 & 29,  (9:00 – 6:00) Furniture also accepted on Thursday. Early donation drop off approved only by appointment  with Brenda Alberico (815-258-5843), Angel Caughey  (309-243-7275)  or Carol Faust (847-903-4521)  They will “check out donations” before offering storage of items we may or may not want to store.   Donors are encouraged to save their clothes and ski equipment for our donation drop off days of July 28 & 29th, as we do not have adequate storage. We have some storage available for furniture and boxed items, but the above people are the decision makers.   Not Accepting books, mattresses, cribs, car seats, bike helmets, ski helmets,  large appliances, CRT  TV’s or CRT computer monitors..   Books accepted at The Frisco Library and Horse Cents Thrift Shop (252 Warren Ave. in Silverthorne across  from the Comcast Building.)  Horse Cents  is open Tues, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10:30 – 4:30.  The Summit County Library in Frisco will be holding their book sale the week after our rummage sale and will accept relevant books in good condition now through July 29th. Donors are encouraged to call the library (668-5555) for specifics. Contact the Senior Center for more information.

Jul
31
Fri
Silt Heydays
Jul 31 all-day

Commissioners may attend

ShowDown Town Eagle Free Concert Series – Tracksuit Wedding @ Eagle Town Park
Jul 31 @ 12:30 am – 4:00 am

Tracksuit Wedding

BIOGRAPHY

Tracksuit Wedding is the musical collaboration of Libby Anschutz and Ali Pashel Frankfurt, two grade school friends from Denver, Colorado. As adults, they reconnected and discovered their mutual passion for rock and roll music. They surrounded themselves with a group of highly talented musicians and spent several years focused on performing iconic hits from the 1970’s and 1980’s.

Following a successful summer of playing some of Colorado’s biggest venues, including Red Rocks and Aspen JAS Fest, the band began composing original songs in late 2014. The early results have yielded powerful and heartfelt songwriting, influenced by a collection of vintage rock and pop sounds. The band brings passion and outstanding musicianship to its live shows, which makes for an experience of pure energy and entertainment! http://www.townofeagle.org/calendar.aspx?EID=1694

Aug
1
Sat
LAPS Canine 4K
Aug 1 all-day

Dogs and their humans run or walk the fun 4K course at this annual event benefitting League for Animals and People of the Summit.

Photo: Todd Powell
 

Silt Heydays
Aug 1 all-day

Commissioners may attend

Aug
2
Sun
Lake Dillon Challenge Rowing Regatta
Aug 2 all-day

The Frisco Rowing Club’s Lake Dillon Challenge is a celebration of green, healthy recreational uses of the lake and environment.

Photo: Todd Powell