7th Sep, 2012

Folks at Home in Summit County’s Frisco Celebrate Leaf-Peeping

Residents of Summit County Colorado homes meet at Main Street Frisco for the File Fast tomorrow, September 8, 2012. The inaugural Fun Fast is a fun filled day for residents of homes in Frisco, Silverthorne, Dillon and Breckenridge real estate. The free event begins at 8:30 AM and ends at 6:00 PM Saturday.

The annual Autumn Spectacular celebration in Downtown Frisco begins tomorrow and extends through September 23.Leaf-peeping season begins as “the first Aspen changing into their fall medley of pale greens, yellows, oranges and reds,” according to Erica Marciniec today in the Summit Daily News. There will be leaf-peeping hikes and other activities ending with a fireworks and music on September 22.

On Saturday, the day begins with the Mount Royal Hill Climb. At the 10,500-foot summit of Mount Royal, the winners of the five-kilometer race will be declared King or Queen of the mountain. This event gets people up into the mountains to experience the changing leaves, vibrant colors, and sounds of nature. It also challenges runners to improve skills necessary to compete in higher elevations.

Lumber sports or another exciting and unique event of the day. Frisco welcomes Timber Tina’s World Champion Lumberjills: “Chics with Axes.” There will be three shows tomorrow, 11:15 AM, 1:15 PM, and 4:30 PM. A series of challenges will be presented to the competing lumber Jill’s. There will be logrolling, cross-cut sawing, and axe throwing, and underhand chopping events. Competitions stemmed from the Lumberjack World Championships which now feature a women’s division. However, the show is lots of fun and quite comical.

Mountain Majesty Chorus will be strolling Main Street singing a cappella.The bluegrass music begins at 2:30 PM as Mountain Standard Time takes the stage. Leading with guitar and mandolin, the band fuses bluegrass into a full-band sound with keyboards, electric bass, drums, and electronic effects, according to the article In the Summit Daily News today.

Amateur and professional firefighter teams will compete in the Fireman Games. Participants dress in actual firefighting gear, unroll a fire hose, connected to the engine, turn on the water, and fire at a target. Each participant will receive the help of an actual firefighter. Register at townofFrisco.com.

The following events offer residents a fun way to get together, experience historic Frisco, and enjoy our beautiful Rocky Mountain environment.

For information about buying real estate in our mountain villages, call Barrie Stimson, Breckenridge Realtor® at (970) 390-2560.

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