August 31 – September 2: Labor Day Weekend.
The Great Rubber Duck Race - A longstanding Summit County tradition, the Great Rubber Duck Race has supported our community and the Summit Foundation for three decades. The 2019 event will be held Saturday of Labor Day weekend, August 31st, on the Blue River in Breckenridge. For best viewing, head to the Blue River Plaza in the center of town by the Riverwalk Center. Enjoy FREE family activities while you’re there- bounce houses, a community mural and a toddler zone! Food and drinks will also be available for purchase.
When: Saturday, August 31
Where: Blue River Plaza off of Main Street
Great Divide Art Festival: The 44th Annual Gathering at the Great Divide Art Festival has been ranked as high as #13 in the top 200 of fine art shows in the United States by Sunshine Artist Magazine in 2017. The tradition continues over Labor Day Weekend and will feature over 100 artists with a wide range of mediums including photography, wood, glass, jewelry and pottery just to name a few. Located on Main Street at Wellington, this show is a highlight of Labor Day festivities in Breckenridge. Free Admission and Family Friendly!
When: Saturday, August 31, 10:00am – Monday, September 2, 2019, 4:00pm
Where: East Sawmill Lot at 203 North Main Street
September 6 – September 8: Breckenridge Oktoberfest. Breckenridge Oktoberfest, September 6-8, 2019, is the largest street party in the Rocky Mountains. Join us on historic Main Street where Munich meets the mountains for views, brews, yummy food, live music and more!
September 12 – 15: Breckenridge Wine Classic. Raise your glasses and join us as we uncork the can’t miss wine festival of the season! Breckenridge Wine Classic is your chance to grow your knowledge and enjoy top quality food and wines from vineyards around the world. Master sommeliers, chefs and winemakers invite the public to play, wine and dine during the height of Breckenridge’s fall colors. The event combines a Grand Tasting at Riverwalk Center, Main Street stroll, and seminars with food, wine and outdoor adventures to create a weekend of fine food and foliage.
September 19 – 22: Breckenridge Film Festival. The Breck Film Fest celebrates its 39th year this September 19-22! From the festival that brought the world Shawshank Redemption, LA Confidential, and fun fact, Kung Fu Panda, it’s no wonder USA Today lists the BFF in the Top 20 American Film Festivals. This year attendees are invited to explore Breckenridge through the eyes of film. With four screening locations across town, numerous parties, kids programs, fall colors, local vendors and casual 14ers right outside your door, the Breck Film Fest is a great experience everyone can enjoy.
September 13: Smashfest Golf Tournament presented by 10 barrel brewing company. 10 Barrel wants to be your caddy for a day of drinking beer outside and playing golf. Join us on Friday, September 13th for the first annual SmashFest Golf Tournament, presented by 10 Barrel Brewing Co. Hosted by Copper Mountain at America’s highest golf course, this will be a golf tournament like no other – featuring refreshing beer, awesome swag, and LOTS of cash prizes. Grab three friends and sign up now at the link below!
Need a designated driver? Meet us at the Denver pub and we’ll head up to Copper Mountain on our legendary Brew Bus. This is an optional add-on to your ticket. Don’t want to ride the bus? Live locally? Sign up for golf only and still partake in all the festivities! Designated driver incentives available.
This event is an all-inclusive ticket to a fun day of golfing, complete with lunch, beer, and 10 Barrel swag!
September 2: Marina Mutt Show. Join us for the Annual Marina Mutt Show at the Marina Waterfront! It's definitely the furriest event of the summer! Man's best friends will compete for prizes in the Best Trick, Best Howl, Best Pet Owner Look-a-Like & Doggie Ice Cream Eating contests! Stop by the Silent Auction table & bid on some amazing items from our local sponsors. Win a season pass to Arapahoe Basin, Pontoon Boat Rentals and so much more! And it's all to benefit League for Animal & People of the Summit.
Registration begins at noon.
The show begins at 2 pm.
You do not want to miss this awesome event!
September 7: Frisco’s Fall Fest. Frisco’s Fall Fest is back again this year with Flavor’s of Frisco. Local restaurants will serve up their signature dishes in small plate portions under one tent on Frisco’s picturesque Main Street from 11:00am – 5:00pm on Saturday, September 7, 2019.
September 15: Fall Local’s Party – Boats, Bloodies and Brunch. Frisco will host the 4th Annual Fall Local’s Party and Brunch at the Frisco Bay Marina on Sunday, September 15 from 11:00am to 2:00pm. Bike to the Marina and come celebrate the end of another great summer with a community Sunday brunch!
September 1: Alpenglow Stube’s Brunch. Start your brunch experience off with two picturesque gondola rides to the top of North Peak at Keystone, with panoramic vistas and breathtaking scenery along the way.
Once here, enjoy dining options from the elevated a la cart menu, such as our signature bacon flight or chef-inspired eggs benedict. Explore the buffet complementing your meal, including whole smoked fish and cheeses of the world.
Pair your delectable meal with sparkling wine specials or a treat from the Bloody Mary bar, all while enjoying live music in our mountaintop hangout. Reservations required please call 970-496-4386
August 30 – September 22: Barefoot in the Park at the Lake Dillon Theatre. Located at 460 Blue River Parkway, Silverthorne
Paul and Corie Bratter are newlyweds. One’s a straight as an arrow lawyer, the other a free spirit always in search for the latest kick. Their apartment is too expensive, has bad plumbing and is in need of a paint job but Corie loves it. Their first week of marriage is sent into a tailspin when Corie’s loopy mother, Mrs. B, decides to visit. Playing matchmaker with Mrs. B and the ever-eccentric upstairs neighbor, Velasco, everything that can go wrong, does in this hilarious classic comedy about young love.
"A BUBBLING, RIB-TICKLING COMEDY." - The New York Times
"Critic weeps joyfully...I don't think anybody stopped laughing while the curtain was up last evening." - New York Daily News
*Advisory: Barefoot in the Park contains mild language and smart sophisticated talk. It is recommended for teens and adults.
*All decisions on student attendance are left to the discretion of the parent(s).
September 9: Proper Preparation with Reed Ryan.
In this education session, Cutthroat Anglers Head Guide Reed Ryan will walk through the key steps to properly prepare for a day on the water. The research you do at home can set you up for success on the water. Live theater at 460 Blue River Parkway, Silverthorne
Date And Time
Mon, September 9, 2019
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM MDT