Fall is quickly approaching and the weather is starting to cool. The housing market in the Breckenridge-Frisco area is not doing the same. In fact, it’s as busy as ever. While the real estate market is still very active, fall in our community is a special time of year. There are so many seasonal events returning to Breckenridge-Frisco after a Covid hiatus in 2020. I’m looking forward to taking some time to enjoy some of these upcoming events; if you see me there don’t hesitate to say hello!
Breckenridge-Frisco Labor Day Events
I’m hoping everyone was able to enjoy their long weekend and hopefully take in one or more of our famous festivals or events. A personal favorite of mine is the Great Rubber Duck Races hosted by the Summit Foundation. It’s definitely a one-of-a-kind way to spend an afternoon! The Great Divide Art Festival is another long-standing tradition in Breckenridge – in fact, it’s in its 46th year! If you haven’t attended the nationally ranked art festival I suggest penciling it into your calendar now. It’s a great showcase of talent, both local and from across the country.
Breckenridge Wine Classic
If you missed the labor day events in the Breckenridge-Frisco area, you’re not entirely out of luck. The ultimate food and wine experience just happens to take place this month as well! The weekend of September 16-19th, the Breckenridge Wine Classic features hundreds of high-end wines, beers, and spirits as well as local food and artisans. Whether you’re there for the spirits, food, or cooking demonstrations, you won’t be disappointed!
There’s plenty of free parking available during the Wine Classic. But you can also take advantage of the free local bus system. Electronic tickets are available online and rest assured that all local health and safety precautions will be followed. There’s also a 21+ age restriction on the event. Perfect for a weekend away from the kids! Check out the Eventbrite page to purchase tickets and get all of the available information.
2021 Summit County Parade of Homes
If you’re interested in exploring some of our local neighborhoods (or looking for a builder, architect, or designer) we think you’ll love spending a day touring the Parade of Homes. Back for the 26th year, the Parade of Homes showcases the best of our local construction, design, and real estate professionals. Whether you’re looking for inspiration for your current home or in the market for your next one, you won’t be disappointed. Each of the privately owned homes on the tour is equipped with the most current design features and technologies available. Take your time exploring the properties, we think you’ll enjoy them!
The event takes place over two weekends and you can download the Parade of Homes guide by clicking here. For $20 you can purchase tickets at Alpine Bank, Coldwell Banker offices in Breckenridge and Frisco, or Mountain Comfort Furnishings in Frisco. You can also order them online through the Summit County Builders website.
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I hope that you’ve found this local Community Insider informative and if I see you at any of these Breckenridge-Frisco area events please don’t hesitate to say hello!
If you want more information on what the Breckenridge-Frisco area Real Estate Market is like right now don’t hesitate to reach out. I can provide you with a detailed market report! My goal is to provide my clients with relevant and up-to-date information that pertains to the local area and real estate topics.
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