It’s June, which means summer is officially upon us! Summer is always such a great time in the Breckenridge-Frisco area and I’m looking forward to the many fun events and activities that come with it. Certain COVID-19 guidelines are still in place but the loosening mask requirements has many people, including business owners, very relieved. I’m excited to see how the rest of the summer progresses. The real estate market is still very hot, although inventory on homes continues to be low. The summer months usually mean an influx of visitors to the area and even more activity in terms of transactions so I’m interested to see how that develops. But for now, here is some fun news and great events in this June Breckenridge-Frisco Community Insider!
Summit Stage Buses Back to 100% Capacity!
It was recently released that the Summit Stage buses are now running at 100% passenger capacity. They were previously running at reduced capacity due to COVID-19 but with vaccination rates increasing, things are improving. Masks are still required however and social distancing is encouraged, in line with official directives. The Summit Stage has also switched over to the 2021 summer schedule so make sure to keep that in mind if you’re planning on taking the bus. This bus system is great because it’s so easy to use, free for all passengers, reduces traffic and it’s better for the environment. So if you want an easy way to get around Summit County this summer, don’t forget about the Summit Stage buses!
Summer Drive-in Movies in Breckenridge
After the success of the drive-in movies last year, Breck Film and Breck Create decided to bring the event back this year too. Movies are scheduled throughout the summer and starting on June 18th. Tickets go on sale on June 1st so keep an eye out! There will be a range of family-friendly movies to outdoor shorts and action blockbusters. The films will play at the Colorado Mountain College parking lot and movies start at 8.30pm. The first movie, “A Biker’s Ballad”, costs $25 per car but all other movies are free, although a $25 donation per car is encouraged.
The schedule is as follows:
- June 18: “A Biker’s Ballad,” not rated
- June 19: “Diverse Paths to Adventure: Black Stories in Action Sports,” featuring “Black Ice,” “Pedal Through” and “The Mirnavator,” not rated
- July 2: “Independence Day,” rated PG-13
- July 3: “A League of Their Own,” rated PG
- July 23: “The Blues Brothers,” rated R
- July 24: “The Karate Kid,” rated PG
- Aug. 6: “Dirty Dancing,” rated PG-13
- Aug. 7: “Toy Story,” rated G
Frisco Historic Town Tour
The Frisco Museum has a historic walking tour you can join on June 6th starting at 11am. You can enjoy a hour-long guided tour of Frisco’s historic main street and learn more about Frisco’s incredible history. You do need to register and buy tickets in advance and space is limited, so make sure you do that if you’re interested. This historic walking tour is entirely outdoors so they ask that you dress appropriately for the weather and wear shoes comfortable for walking.
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