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Mountain Events: November 6th-8th, 2015

Friday, November 6th 2015

Keystone Resort: OPENING DAY! 9am Lift start turning. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Pray for Powder Party: 4:00pm Dillon Dam Brewery, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Climbing Club: 4:30pm Breckenridge Recreation Center. Ages 6-11. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 7:30pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Grant Farm: 9:30pm Snake River Saloon, Keystone. Click Here for more information.

Beak Nasty: 9:00pm Barkley Ballroom, Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, November 7th 2015

Weekend Yoga: 9:30am Boy Essential Pilates, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Woodward Copper Barn Bash: 2:00pm Woodward, Copper Mountain. Click Here for more information.

Get Stoked Winter Film Series – Take One: 5:30pm Warren Station Center for the Arts, Keystone. Click Here for more information.

La Catrina String Quartet: 7:30pm CMC Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Grant Farm: 9:30pm Snake River Saloon, Keystone. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, November 8th 2015

Candy Give Back Program: All Day Stork & Bear, Frisco. Click Here for more information

Mother Daughter Tea Party: 1:00pm Larkspur Restaurant, Vail. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café Vail. Click Here for more information.

Face Vocal Band: 7:30pm Vilar Performing Arts Center, Beaver Creek. Click Here for more information.


Mountain Updates:

 

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Loveland Opening Day
Mountains Open:
  • Arapahoe Basin
  • Loveland Ski Area
Opening this Weekend:
  • Keystone Ski Resort
Opening Soon:
  • Copper Mountain: November 13th
  • Breckenridge Ski Resort: November 13th
  • Vail: November 20th
  • Beaver Creek: November 25th  

 New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”

Even in the Winter You Can Make Your Yard Pop

With the snow falling tonight, it’s official to say winter has arrived in Summit County. An article by Jamie Wiebe on Realtor.com outlines some great tips to keep your yard and landscape looking good even in the winter especially if you are selling.


Realtor.com…Erika Craddock/Getty Images

Selling Your Home This Winter? You Can Still Make Your Yard Pop

By
Jamie Wiebe


 

Selling your home in the winter is hard enough without snow.

Add some frozen tundra or gray-brown slush, and you might be tempted to put that “For Sale” sign away until spring, when budding flowers and lush lawns entice buyers on their own. But waiting isn’t an option for everyone. If a job transfer or family circumstances have you on a tight timeline, you might be stuck trudging through the wintertime sell.

Don’t lose hope—winter can be a fabulous time to sell if you know how to capitalize on the market. High on the priority list: Know how to make your home stand out from all those other sad, cold houses on the block.

Winter landscaping is far from an oxymoron—it’s a necessity. Here are some easy solutions to improve the appearance of your snow-covered yard this winter.

Put in the work

Before you throw up your hands and call it a lost cause, remember this: To achieve a winter wonderland of a yard, the most important ingredient is some good old-fashioned sweat equity.

“Simple yard maintenance can go a long way,” says Steve Firlit, president of Firlit Landscape Design in Rochester, NY.

If the leaves are still falling, get out your rake; if it’s winter, make sure to neatly shovel your sidewalks, porch, and driveway. And don’t neglect your bushes and shrubs during the cold months—pruning them occasionally gives the landscape a “tidier, neater look,” Firlit says.

“If you’re making the effort to sell the house, put in a little bit of elbow grease,” he says. “You want to show off your landscaping on the front of the house.”

Dress up your garden beds

Your beds may not be filled with flowers, but that doesn’t mean they should look dreary. While adding mulch won’t help plants grow when the ground is frozen, it will give your garden a visual makeover and help you catch a buyer’s eye.

Firlit recommends re-edging your garden beds and giving them a light coating of mulch, covering up dead material and making the landscaping pop.

“It gives the appearance that the planting beds are kept up and neat-looking,” he says. “That goes a long way.”

Mix in color and greenery

Just because your flowers are dead for the season doesn’t mean your home’s exterior should be, too.

There are a number of hardy plants that can survive the winter. Some require forethought—shrubs such as the vibrant, red flowering quince need to be planted no later than fall, and the imposing boxwood requires time for growing and shaping. But others, such as Christmas greens, can be found at your local nursery and do well potted on porches.

Firlit suggests trying a seasonal wintertime arrangement. Winter greens such as holly and pine hold their color throughout the winter, which means you won’t be rushing out to refresh your plants every time your agent hosts an open house. Intertwine these with colorful fabric from a crafts store and dried flowers to create attention-grabbing arrangements.

“Color makes people feel warm and fuzzy,” says Firlit.

(Pro tip: Stop by your garden center shortly after Christmas to get some great deals on seasonal greenery.)

Add lighting

As the days get shorter, lighting up your home’s exterior becomes more important. Start with path lighting—which helps with navigation—and build up your lighting scheme to highlight your home’s best features.

“If you want the house to pop out from the roadside, temporary lighting can go a long way,” Firlit says.

Spotlight obvious focal points, and add small lighting at the bottom of your water features or showstopper trees such as the Japanese maple.

Don’t leave your home in the dark, either. If you’re lucky enough to have beautiful brick or stone veneer, Firlit recommends soft spotlights to highlight the architectural details.

“When you drive by along the road, it’ll grab you,” Firlit says.

When it comes to winter home sales, any method to attract the attention of prospective buyers is a worthy investment. Lights aren’t only a great idea—they’re a necessity.

Don’t ignore the backyard

After a big snowfall, we’re sure you at least try to keep your front yard in order, but when was the last time you took your shovel out back?

If you’re trying to sell your home during the snowy winter, this is a vital step. You should even consider hauling out your patio furniture during open houses to help visitors determine how they would use the space.

Sweep off other features, too, such as fountains, decorative paving, or the pool area. Mentioning them in the listing isn’t enough—if you want every advantage possible in a difficult winter market, you need to make buyers understand the glory of the home in the spring and summer.

“If there’s snow on the ground, it’s hard to visualize what’s underneath it,” Firlit says. “It’s one thing to show off the inside of the house, but families with kids or who want to entertain will want to see the landscaping.”

For original article visit Realtor.com

http://www.zillow.com/blog/go-bigger-or-go-to-a-new-home-185877/

“Go Bigger or Go to a New Home?”

The Zillow Blog discusses the all to common question homeowners eventually get to: To Upgrade or To Renovate? 


 

Zillow Blog: Go Bigger or Go to a New Home?
TIPS & ADVICE / STORY / BY BRENDON DESIMONE ON 2 NOV 2015

Go Bigger or Go to a New Home?

You’ve got two options when it comes to a home you’ve outgrown: add on or trade up. Which is right for you?

Many homeowners today face a serious housing dilemma. They love their home, its location, and even their neighbors. But they’ve outgrown the space. Do they trade up to a bigger or better house, thus entering a busy real estate market, or stay put and renovate?

Most homeowners have never sold and bought at the same time, nor have they lived through a renovation. Both experiences are incredibly stressful, and many people don’t know what to expect. Here are some tips for making an informed decision.

Know what you’re getting into

It’s helpful to know that it is cheaper to stay in your current home and renovate than it is to sell your home and buy a bigger one. And renovating isn’t as big a deal as one may think.

If you go into it with an open mind and full awareness, it’s not so bad. However, some people are just not cut out for living with dust, disruption, and a little bit of chaos.

Living through a renovation means a constant stress is hanging over you. If you can’t take that in your life, don’t fool yourself.

Check your finances

The most important thing you need to do is understand your home financial situation. Do you have equity in your home? If so, how much, and would you need those funds to either renovate or purchase the new home?

Is a home equity line of credit available to you? Using that money provides the mortgage tax benefit for the interest, which makes an equity line a no-brainer.

What would you need to spend on a new home in your desired location? Just like when you first got pre-approved to purchase the original home, you need to get pre-approved and run the numbers. You may find that the house you can get isn’t much bigger than where you are, or that you have to change areas to get more space.

Define your renovation requirements

What exactly is it that you need? An extra bedroom or bath, more family or community space, a larger kitchen or a master bath? Put it all out there and prioritize.

Can these changes be made within the envelope of your current home, or would you have to expand outside your walls? Renovating inside might mean that you need to leave the home for some time, while an expansion might allow you to stay in the home during the renovation.

Research zoning and building codes

Learn how building and zoning laws will affect your plan to renovate. Find out if expansion is even a possibility.

Many people think that finishing the basement is as easy as putting up some walls and carpet and moving the TV downstairs. But did you know that you likely need two forms of egress or certain height and insulation to make a finished basement meet code? A few hours of an architect’s time can help get you the information you need.

If you want to add on, make sure that your lot is big enough. Town zoning laws only allow a certain percentage of the lot to be covered. If you’re at your max, you’re out of luck.

Set-back laws might mean that you can only expand in the front or on one side of the property. You may find out immediately that what you want to do simply isn’t possible, and the decision is made for you.

Don’t over-improve for the neighborhood

You need a master bathroom and family room or some extra square footage, but will the neighborhood support it? You don’t want to be the biggest or best house on the block when you go to sell. A big master suite or designer kitchen may be just what you want, but will future buyers pay for it?

Do some research, talk to a real estate agent and attend open houses in your neighborhood. If you don’t know, ask. But do not embark on a large renovation project if you can’t get your money back when it’s time to sell.

Get ready for a different kind of stress if you move

Purchasing a new home and selling your existing one simultaneously means instant stress that is intense and compacted in a short period. The stress may come in the form of carrying two mortgages, getting a bridge loan or waiting for your home to get an offer.

Remember how you felt when you purchased your first home? Now double or even triple that.

Expect the expenses

When you sell your home, you need to pay the real estate commission and transfer tax on the sale, and you may be taxed on any gain. When you get a mortgage for the new home, expect more loan and title fees upfront.

While many closing costs and transfer fees are tax deductible, you don’t realize anything from these expenses. The $10,000 in fees might be better spent toward a new bathroom. Before you decide to explore this path, gather some information about costs.

Deciding whether to trade up or sell and buy is incredibly personal. The most obvious thing to do is to check your finances, and see what is out there on the purchase market. Learn what’s happening and understand how you would fare. And even if it’s intimidating, seriously consider renovating. It is incredibly rewarding to be able to make your home even more custom to you.

For original article: please visit the Zillow Blog.

What’s Going on in the Mountains: October 30th-November 1st

Friday, October 30th 2015

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Barney Ford House Museum: 11:00am Barney Ford Victorian Home. Click Here for more information.

Bucks vs. Colorado Rampage: 7:50pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Frisco’s Haunted House: 6pm Frisco Welcome Center. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, October 31st  2015

Yoga: 8:00am Epic Mountain Gear Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Ghostly Tales: 7:00pm Dredge Restaurant Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Bucks vs. Colorado Rampage: 7:50pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Tony Black Summit, Jessica Jones: 9:30am Snake River Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Frisco’s Haunted House: 6pm Frisco Welcome Center. Click Here for more information.

Trick-or-Treat on Main Street: 6pm Frisco Main Street. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, November 1st 2015

Minturn Monster Dash 3m, Tombstone 10m, Candy Corn Kids: 10am The Minturn Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena. Click Here for more information.

Renewable Energy Workshop. 1pm Beaver Ponds Enviornmental Education. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café Vail. Click Here for more information.


 

Some off-season Restaurant deals: 

*The end of the off-season is near, be sure to ask about these deals when dining out: 

 

Blue River Bistro: ½ off bottle of wines

Quandry Grille: Two for One Entrees with purchase of appetizer and beverage

Dillon Dam Brewery: 30% Off Pub Dinners 5-10pm

Nozawa: 50% off Select Sushi Rolls & Kitchen Entrees

Silverheels: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees

Kemosabe Sushi Bar: 25% off Total Bill 6-10pm

Hearthstone Restaurant: 2 for 1 Entrees Monday-Wednesday

Blue Spruce Inn: Every Dinner Entrée 1/3 Price

Mi Casa: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees (dining passport required) Sun-Wed

Keystone Ranch: 3 for $33 October 8th-10th


 

New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”

Anne Skinner, Best Summit County Realtor, Dillon, Frisco, Breckenridge, Vail, Summit County, Events, Calendar, Real Estate, CO Mountain Real Estate, Silverthorne, Keystone, Copper Mountain,

What’s Going on in the Mountains: October 23rd – 25th

Friday, October 23rd 2015

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Barney Ford House Museum: 11:00am Barney Ford Victorian Home. Click Here for more information.

Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival: Still on the Hill. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

VVMC Community Blood Drive: 10:30am Vail Town Council Center. Click Here for more information.

32nd Annual Wine in the Pines: 6:00pm Keystone Conference Center. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, October 24th 2015

Yoga: 8:00am Epic Mountain Gear Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Ghostly Tales: 7:00pm Dredge Restaurant Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Summit Ski Exhibit: All Day Summit Ski Museum, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

The Love Electric: 9:30am Snake River Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Brian Parton: 9:30pm Brush Creek Saloon. Click Here for more information.

32nd Annual Wine in the Pines: 6:00pm Keystone Conference Center. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, October 25th 2015

Minturn Monster Dash 3m, Tombstone 10m, Candy Corn Kids: 10am The Minturn Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival: Still on the Hill. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Renewable Energy Workshop. 1pm Beaver Ponds Enviornmental Education. Click Here for more information.

Nagata Shachu: 7:30pm Vilar Performing Arts Center. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café Vail. Click Here for more information.


 

Some off-season Restaurant deals:

Blue River Bistro: ½ off bottle of wines

Quandry Grille: Two for One Entrees with purchase of appetizer and beverage

Dillon Dam Brewery: 30% Off Pub Dinners 5-10pm

Nozawa: 50% off Select Sushi Rolls & Kitchen Entrees

Silverheels: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees

Kemosabe Sushi Bar: 25% off Total Bill 6-10pm

Hearthstone Restaurant: 2 for 1 Entrees Monday-Wednesday

Blue Spruce Inn: Every Dinner Entrée 1/3 Price

Mi Casa: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees (dining passport required) Sun-Wed

Keystone Ranch: 3 for $33 October 8th-10th


 

New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”

Anne Skinner, Best Summit County Realtor, Dillon, Frisco, Breckenridge, Vail, Summit County, Events, Calendar, Real Estate, CO Mountain Real Estate, Silverthorne, Keystone, Copper Mountain,

Winter is Coming

Summit County’s Annual COO Breakfast


Tuesday, October 6th was the annual Chamber of Commerce breakfast with the Chief Operating Officers from Arapahoe Basin, Breckenridge, Copper Mountain, Keystone and Loveland.  The breakfast sold out in record time and proceeds went towards scholarships for local students.  The talks began with a review of some statistic for the area and the ski industry as a whole.  Overall we have seen a lot of growth in the last few years and now its just a matter of balancing the peaks and valleys in travel.

Consumer confidence was also a hot topic and with the volatility in the markets over the last few weeks. Confidence has started to flat line instead of grow.  One of the neatest statistics was that the true epicenter of ski country, from a statistically perspective, is 4 miles north of frisco

From there each COO went into a discussion on the state of their resort, new offerings, and many other topics.  A Basin highlighted its evolving plan for its base area including a concert stage and a new sit down bar and grill.  Breckenridge discussed the parking situation and the upcoming ballot issue of adding a tax to day ticket purchases to help fund new infrastructure to resolve the issue.  Copper Mountain discussed its green initiatives as well as the improved features on its Sherpa app, which is designed to rival the Vail resorts Epic Mix app.  Keystone followed that with a discussion on how the Epic Mix will now have wait times for each of the lifts as well as how Keystone if positioning itself to be one of the most family friendly resorts in the area.  Loveland talked about their new lift and how it will provide access to areas that were previously difficult to reach.
Overall, the feeling was positive for the upcoming season.  The only controversial issue was work force housing which has become a hot topic in the last few months.  With low wages and limited supply of housing, many locals are struggling to find accommodations for this upcoming season.  It needs to become a collaborative effort between the towns and the employers to resolve this issue.
The issue that has been on everyone’s mind, El Nino, was barely touched on. While historically El Nino years have brought a lot of snow, there is no way to predict exactly what will happen this year so we will all keep our fingers crossed and pray for snow. (Do your snow dances!)
For your enjoyment, a little Chris Farley as El Nino:
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Anne Skinner
Mountain Real Estate
Keller Williams Top of the Rockies

What’s Going on in the Mountains: October 16th-18th

Friday, October 16th 2015

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Preston Ghost Town & Gold Mine Tour: 10am Breckenridge Golf Course. Click Here for more information.

Behind Swinging Doors Saloon Tour: 5:00pm Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. Click Here for more information.

Birch Street Concert: 9:30pm Snake River Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, October 17th 2015

Yoga: 8:00am Epic Mountain Gear Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Met Opera Live in HD, Otello Verdi: 10:55am Colorado Mountain College. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Arena. Click Here for more information.

Summit Ski Exhibit: All Day Summit Ski Museum, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Live Music with Long/Story/Short: 9:00pm Bangkok Happy Bowl, Vail. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, October 18th 2015

Osage Gardens Pumpkin Patch: 9:30am New Castle. Click Here for more information.

Harp Recital: 4:00pm Lake Dillon Theatre, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café Vail. Click Here for more information.

Beginning Aerial Yoga: 7:00pm Roaring Fork Crossfit, Basalt. Click Here for more information.


 

Some off-season Restaurant deals:

Blue River Bistro: ½ off bottle of wines

Quandry Grille: Two for One Entrees with purchase of appetizer and beverage

Dillon Dam Brewery: 30% Off Pub Dinners 5-10pm

Nozawa: 50% off Select Sushi Rolls & Kitchen Entrees

Silverheels: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees

Kemosabe Sushi Bar: 25% off Total Bill 6-10pm

Hearthstone Restaurant: 2 for 1 Entrees Monday-Wednesday

Blue Spruce Inn: Every Dinner Entrée 1/3 Price

Mi Casa: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees (dining passport required) Sun-Wed

Keystone Ranch: 3 for $33 October 8th-10th


 

**New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”

What’s Going On in the Mountains October 9th-11th

Friday, October 9th 2015

Coffee Talk: 8am Cabin Coffee, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Ghostly Tales: 7:00pm Dredge Restaurant, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

*Breckenridge Recreation Center Annual Closure: October 5th-11th for annual maintenance.

Saturday, October 10th 2015

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Barbells and Brews for Boobs: 10:30am CFV and Vail Brewing. Click Here for more information.

“F L Y” – Art Show Opening Reception: 4:00pm Art Supply Breckenridge. Click Here for more information

Summit Ski Exhibit: All Day Summit Ski Museum, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, October 11th 2015

Ski & Snowboard Club & Vail Complementary Trampoline Sessions: 11:00am Vail Ski & Snowboard Academy, Minturn. Click Here for more information.

Zombie Apocalypse Fun Run: 3:00pm Eagle Vail Pavilion. Click Here for more information.

Silverthorne Pumpkin Fest 2015: 11am – 2pm Silverthorne Pavilion. Click Here for more information.


 

Some off-season Restaurant deals:

Blue River Bistro: ½ off bottle of wines

Quandry Grille: Two for One Entrees with purchase of appetizer and beverage

Dillon Dam Brewery: 30% Off Pub Dinners 5-10pm

Nozawa: 50% off Select Sushi Rolls & Kitchen Entrees

Silverheels: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees

Kemosabe Sushi Bar: 25% off Total Bill 6-10pm

Hearthstone Restaurant: 2 for 1 Entrees Monday-Wednesday

Blue Spruce Inn: Every Dinner Entrée 1/3 Price

Mi Casa: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees (dining passport required) Sun-Wed

Keystone Ranch: 3 for $33 October 8th-10th


New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”

What’s Going On in the Mountains October 2nd-4th

Friday, October 2nd 2015

Watercolor Pendant Necklaces with Ashlie Weisel: 6:30pm Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week: All Day. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Climbing Club for Ages 6-11: 4:30pm Breckenridge Recreation Center. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, October 3rd 2015

Met Opera Live in HD: II Trovatore, Verdi: 10:55am CMC, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Historic Walking Tour of Breckenridge: 11am Breckenridge Hertiage Alliance. Click Here for more information.

Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week: All Day. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, October 4th 2015

Vail’s Farmers Market & Art Show * Final of Season: 10am Vail. Click Here for more information.

Traumatic Brain Injury TALK – Pro Cycling Team Doc: “Treating and Managing TBIs & Concussions”: 4pm Beaver Run Resort, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Vail Beaver Creek Restaurant Week: All Day. Click Here for more information.

Crystal Bowersox: 7:30pm Vilar Performing Arts Center, Beaver Creek. Click Here for more information.

 

Prime leaf peeking time in Summit County is almost to a close. Be sure to come see the spectacular Aspens while you still can. Then start prepping your snow dances in hopes of a great 2015/2016 winter season!

 

Be sure to check a few of my favorite restaurants while up here in Summit county: 

The Bakers’ Brewery

Hacienda Real Mexican Restaurant

Park and Main 

Chimayo Grill 

Dickey’s BBQ*New

What’s Going On in the Mountains 9.11- 13.15

Friday, September 11th, 2015

Dillon’s Farmer Market: 9am – 2pm Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Vail Oktoberfest: Sept. 11-13th. Click Here for more information.

Breckenridge Oktoberfest: Sept. 11-13th. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, September 12th, 2015

Frisco Fall Fest: 10am Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Recycled Art for Kids with Suzanne Jenne: 1pm Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

The Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough Concert feat. Who’s Bad: 7pm Dillon Amphitheatre. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, September 13th, 2015

Out of the Darkness Community Walk: 10am Outlets at Silverthorne. Click Here for more information.

Vail Farmers Market: 10am Vail. Click Here for more information.