September 29, 2018: Breckenridge Strings, Ciders and Sours. Cider is becoming the most loved beverage in the universe and the route to all things magnificent. We aren’t missing a beat! Add quintessential American Bluegrass, delicious food pairings, a Sours Garden and gorgeous views; you have an irresistible recipe for magic. These indulgences come together on Saturday, September 29, 2018.
October 19 – 21 2018: Craft Spirits Festival. Join us for the featuring small-batch distillers, artisan spirit seminars, a spirited cooking class, scavenger hunt, fine local cuisine and of course, plenty of sampling. Meet the distillers and taste the creations of 38 distillers Saturday night at the Still on the Hill Grand Tasting!
November 1 – 3 2018: Dia De Los Muertos. A three-day commemoration of Day of the Dead featuring hands-on workshops, face painting, art installations and community-made altars on the Arts District campus.
October 12, 2018: Please join us and the Summit High School Class of 1988 to open the time capsule which was buried 35 years ago in 1984. Who knows what we will discover from the 80s? Enjoy a free, fun, community history event in celebration of the Museum’s 35th Anniversary! 2:30pm-3:30pm at the Historic Park & Museum.
October 20, 2018: 10:00am-12:00pm
Museum staff will lead a historic tour of Frisco’s Bill’s Ranch community. Participants will discover how this unique residential area originated, learn the connection to Frisco’s survival and explore original pioneer cabins from the early 20th century. Call the Museum to sign up – space is limited. Warm and comfortable clothing and footwear encouraged – No Dogs Please!
Call the Museum at 970-668-3428 for reservations.
October 26 2018: From 5:00pm-8:00pm, enjoy a macabre afterhour’s reception at the Schoolhouse Museum and explore the Frisco Historic Park by lantern. Costumes are encouraged. Light refreshments and treats will be provided.
Visit the Frisco Historic Park and Museum for more information.
Oct 31, 2018: Trick-or-Treating
Trick-or-treaters can help themselves to all the sweets they can handle at businesses up and down Main Street and in the Frisco Historic Park. For little feet needing a rest, cartoons will play in the Historic Park Log Chapel. Look for the bright orange jack-o-lanterns hanging outside Main Street businesses passing out candy 6:00pm – 8:00pm, Halloween night. Frisco invites all ghouls, goblins, witches and princesses to join us for a night of safe tricks and treats this Halloween on Main Street from Madison Avenue to Seventh Avenue.
(Reminder to drivers – Main Street will be closed to all vehicles between Seventh and Madison Avenues from 5:30pm – 8:30pm Halloween
October 9, 2018: 11 a.m. to 1:50 p.m. Join us at Rainbow Park to pick out your free pumpkin and stay for all of the free family activities. There will be over 1,500 pumpkins available, one per child. Enjoy a petting zoo, pony rides, fun games, bounce houses (weather dependent) and more.
Oct. 13, 2018: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Come volunteer in your hometown (or favorite town) with lunch following at The Frisco Day Lodge. Wear your favorite non-profit/philanthropic organizations shirt/swag and help our communities on one joint volunteer day!