July is upon us! And that means gorgeous sunshine and beautiful blue skies; perfect for days spent on the trail or poolside with your family. We are so lucky to be able to enjoy over 300 days of sunshine locally and I hope that you all have ample opportunities to get outside and enjoy this weather now that Covid restrictions are being lifted. With loosening restrictions, we are seeing the return of many of our favorite Breckenridge-Frisco area events such as farmers’ markets and festivals. Continue reading to check out a few that I hope to attend!
Breckenridge Sunday Market
The Breckenridge Sunday Market at Main Street Station is back! With over 40 different local vendors to browse there is truly something for everyone. Stop by Uncle John’s Farmstand for locally grown produce. Or Bjorn’s Colorado Honey if you’re in the mood for something sweet; I recommend trying their vanilla bean variety! If you happen to be in the market for some interesting home decor you can stop by Mountain Owl Handmade. Off the Slopes also has some great locally crafted items. By now you’ve probably worked up an appetite. I recommend grabbing some gourmet jerky from Climax Jerky, they’ve been a local favorite since 1999!
The Breckenridge Sunday Market is open every Sunday through September 5th. The hours are 10am – 3pm and leashed, well-behaved pets are always welcome!
Silverthorne Fine Art Festival
Another of my favorite free and family-friendly Breckenridge-Frisco area events that’s taking place this month is actually in Silverthorne. As part of the growing Colorado arts community, the Silverthorne Fine Arts Festival attracts top artists from 13 different genres including painting, wood, sculpture, and glass. This festival has been nationally ranked as one of the best in the country for patrons and artists alike. You will find some of the most talented artists in the area producing high-quality, custom work. This is a great opportunity to get to know the artists and learn more about their craft.
The festival runs July 9th, 10th, and 11th until 4pm. Located next to the Silverthorne Recreation Center on Rainbow Drive, you can find directions by following this link.
Frisco Pedestrian Promenade
Because it was so well-received by guests and locals alike last summer, the Town of Frisco has once again closed off three blocks of Frisco’s Main Street and created a Pedestrian Promenade. Utilizing decorative fencing & barriers, flowers boxes, and additional lighting, the Town has created a safe and enjoyable pedestrian path down Main Street and has added additional outsider seating at several of the restaurants. There will be additional concerts, festivals, and art shows, with the concerts featured at the Historic Park Gazebo at 120 Main St.
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