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Summit Real Estate Summer 2011

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News & Views

The Simson / Nenninger Team
The Simson / Nenninger Team

Summer 2011


Summit Real Estate


fter one of the best snow years on record, we are enjoying a blissful, Colorado mountain summer. As the local saying goes, “We came here for the winter, but stayed for the summer.” Our crystal ball readings and recent trends? Our brokers are loaded with first-hand, up-to-date research on the local market that we’ll happily share with you. What we’re noticing at press time:

Welcome to Summertime in the heart of the Rocky Mountains!

• Summit County overall activity has picked up a bit over last year. Number of sales is up, but dollar volume is showing very close to the same as last year; showing a downward trend in pricing and prices of properties that are being sold. • Inventory is down from last year – foreclosure and short sale activity is up a bit, but not by leaps and bounds. There are some really great deals to be found in the “retail” marketnot just the “wholesale” market of foreclosures and short sales. We can get you all the details on these properties and help you find the best property for your situation. • We do anticipate higher inventory coming on the market this summer along with the buyers who typically come here to ski in the winter and come back to buy in the summer! • This year, over 50% of all Summit County transactions were from cash buyers – no financing involved. There are people out there who have money to spend and are recognizing that resort real estate is an excellent investment in lifestyle. Maybe you’re one of them. • We do anticipate the prices will continue to fall and that we are at the top of our market for the foreseeable future. So, why should you buy now? While price is a major concern for Sellers, COST should be the primary concern if you’re a buyer. Take into account the total monthly payment, not just the price tag. The interest rate – the money it costs you for a mortgage is important if you are getting a loan. If you plan to pay cash, you need to know that you are using your money in the best place, and that it’s not better spent somewhere else that might have a higher rate of interest. Waiting for prices to hit the bottom while interest rates are increasing can wind up costing much more over the time you own the property. The projection is that interest rates will be increasing over the next several quarters. Looking at the big picture will help you make a decision, and remember the real reason you are likely buying here in the first place – lifestyle! The enjoyment you and your family will have together and the connection to your spirit you will find in these mountains is priceless. START LOOKING! Explore these pages and see what fires you up – what gets you thinking and gets your imagination working! Check us out online at www.SummitRealEstate.com for complete listings and also our featured listings. Grab a map and contact us to begin tracking down your dreams.

Photo by McKennzie Rains

The Simson / Nenninger Team

94% price Average sold
to list price ratio

260days on market Average $586,000 Average sold price
in Summit County through 2010

What is the market doing in your town?
Please go to www.SummitRealEstate.com. Scroll over “Home Values” and click on the town you’re interested in. If you’d like to see how the numbers stack up, you’re in for a treat!

Summit County .............................................................................2 Silverthorne ...................................................................................3 Dillon...............................................................................................4 Keystone .........................................................................................5 Frisco ...............................................................................................6 Breckenridge ..................................................................................7 Questions & Answers ..................................................................8 Meet Summit Real Estate ...................................................... 9-10 Featured Listings .................................................................. 11-13 Calendar of Events ............................................................... 13-17 Resource Guide ...........................................................................18

Summit County - The Multiple Choice Answer

Come Home to Summit County!

s we soak up Colorado’s cobalt-blue skies and magnificent starry nights it is difficult not to take for granted "another day in paradise". There is an underlying melody to life in Summit County. It is found in the rhythms of nature, the heartbeat of a ski racer, the babble of the river and in the whisper of the wind. Let this faint melody become the soundtrack for the best moments of your life. When one says "Summit County" the communities of Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Dillon, Frisco and Silverthorne come to mind. We have created this newspaper not only to acquaint you with real estate opportunities in these communities, but also to share with you some of what we love about Summit County. Real estate opportunities are the best they have ever been with interest rates still very low. Rather than "home sellers", we like to think of ourselves as "dream makers" and we believe that there is something here for everyone, no matter what their needs, desires or dreams. We hope you use this newspaper not only as a tool for your real estate purchase in Summit County, but also that it introduces you to the luster and vibrancy of Summit County. We believe that your purchase of real estate in Summit County should be more than a "tour" of homes where you see so many properties that you can’t distinguish between the first one on the list and the last. A tour that leaves you feeling like a tourist, confused and undecided. Our approach to selling real estate is different. In addition to being devoted real estate professionals, it is our desire to share with you the details that make Summit County like no place

The Simson / Nenninger Team else on earth. Not only are we excited to explore with you your ideas of what makes a house a home, but along the way perhaps we’ll share with you the story of the day it snowed ducks on I-70, give you the “straight scoop” on local schools, or answer your questions about how to find Heeney and why in the world there is a “Tick Fest” there every summer. We’ll share with you the hidden places, back roads and little nooks and crannies that are rarely seen or talked about. And, if selling your property is a priority, you won’t find a more “tuned-in” and successful Team to work with. If you want more money in your pocket, a faster sales time and a hassle free experience, call Summit Real Estate – The Simson/Nenninger Team. We think you’ll discover, along with more than a thousand other families, that sometimes the best things in life really do come in small packages. It would be our pleasure to serve you.

20 Y Residential Average P Housing Index: Summit County ear rice Housing Index: Summit County 20 Year Residential Average Price
Residential units improved residential property types; Single Duplex-Triplex, Townhome, Condominium Residential units include all include all improved residential property types; Single Family,F amily, Duplex-T riplex, T ownhome, Condominium

$600,000 $528,343 $500,000 $457,232




$400,000 $337,894 $308,526 $300,000 $249,822 $211,165 $200,000 $154,397 $123,040 $100,000 $132,295 $117,032 $181,846 $220,552 $268,661 $332,750 $349,403 $394,702


$0 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

Compliments of Land Title Guarantee Company Data comes from actual recorded transactions at the County Clerk & Recorder’s office Not including timeshare interest, quit claim deed transactions and refinances. 

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SilvertHorne - The Gateway to Summit County

Silverthorne eyes a new downtown design A
fter town officials, business owners and citizens met with economic development and planning experts during Silverthorne's town core assessment process, town officials now have information they can use to develop a new downtown. Four focus groups in late March brought people together to discuss what constitutes a vibrant commercial core. They were led by a team of nine experts assembled by Silverthorne's project partners, Downtown Colorado, Inc. and the Colorado Department of Local Affairs. The primary recommendation that came out of the meeting was to use 4th Street at a “core axis” for the area, meant to enhance pedestrian connectivity to existing public amenities such as the Silverthorne Recreation Center, Rainbow Park, the Blue River Trail, Silverthorne Pavilion and the Silverthorne Transit Center. “Silverthorne's Town Core area is a great canvas on which to build a strong identity for the town,” said Katherine Correll, executive director of Downtown Colorado, Inc. “It's not something that happens overnight, but the assessment team felt that there were some small steps that could get the ball rolling. The team felt that the 4th Street core axis was a potential starting point.” To make pedestrian connections within the area deemed the “civic core,” the group recommended creating a

pedestrian-focused plaza east of the existing pedestrian bridge near the Silverthorne Pavilion. It would connect the Pavilion and the recreation center more formally, and provide an outdoor space for public gatherings, town spokesman Ryan Hyland said. “The town council has yet to have an opportunity to meet formally to discuss their initial thoughts on the presentation, but once that occurs we will begin looking at concepts they would like to see explored in more detail,” town manager Kevin Batchelder said. The presentation of information collected during the focus groups is available online at www.silverthorne.org and at www. summitnews.com. It's also being aired on Summit County Television on cable channel 10 at 1 p.m. and 10 p.m. daily. In the coming weeks, a narrative report and recommended action matrix should be provided to town officials by the team of experts, Hyland said. Contact Ryan Hyland at (970) 262-7319 or ryan.hyland@silverthorne.org with questions or comments about the town core revitalization project.

CONDOS Silver Queen West….…….…….Studios from $117,500 River Bend… ………………. …1 bedroom from $139,000 Aspen Shadows……………...…2 bedrooms from $145,000 Treehouse…………..…..………2 bedrooms from $179,000 Villamont.………………...……3 bedrooms from $255,000 TOWNHOMES Spyglass at Wildernest…..……2 - 3 bedrooms from $305,000 Hideway Townhomes …………..3 bedrooms from $378,900 Miners Run……………………...3 bedrooms from $412,000 Blue River Run …..………….….4 bedrooms from $449,000 DUPLEXES AND SINGLE FAMILY HOMES Willowbrook…………………….……$359,000 - $515,000 Hamilton Creek………………………$1,049,000 - $1,495,000 Mesa Cortina/Mesa Cortina West …...$499,000 - $1,369,000 Eagles Nest…………….…………… $549,000 - $3,495,000 VACANT LAND …………………………………..$155,000 - $6,300,000
Pricing and availability subject to change, call for pricing on larger units The above information is from Summit MLS as listed by all Realtors

• A great central location allowing easy access to the four ski areas and other mountain communities • Lies at the base of the Eagles Nest and Ptarmigan wilderness areas which are famous for backcountry skiing, snowshoeing, hiking and backpacking • The Blue River provides some of the best year-round Gold Medal fishing in the state • Enjoy the Silverthorne Recreation Center which provides fun for the whole family

24/7View all properties
for sale in Summit County at SummitRealEstate.com. We’re Open All Night!

“Allison’s optimistic approach to selling our property in today’s market was very reassuring. Her knowledge of the Summit County real estate market is invaluable. Our experience with Allison and her team of specialists was a very positive one every step of the way.”
Jeannie & Tony N. Cocoa Beach, FL 3


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dillon - Four Seasons of Fun

Beer, Walls & Water
long time Dillon favorite, Pug Ryan’s Steakhouse & Brewery, will be expanding this summer thanks to Dillon’s Urban Renewal Authority which was created to improve the town’s center and encourage development. The town owned land was essentially given to the restaurant owner on the condition that he is able to construct and commence the project he proposed. Town manager Devin Granbery says “It makes improvements to an existing business, it improves the aesthetics of the area, it improves the functionality of the area, creates more opportunities for more jobs and engages the street front. There are a lot of things that forward the goal of the urban renewal authority as far as revitalization of our town center.” From Pug Ryan’s standpoint, the overall goal of the project is to create more brewing capacity space, but also includes a new deck, new bathrooms and an updated entryway. The restaurant expansion will bring the restaurant more forward on the street to encourage more people to stop in. The project is expected to be completed by November and the restaurant owner is getting bids from local contractors and is working with a local bank on financing. A year after the 60 foot retaining wall behind Walgreens in Dillon failed, plans for reconstruction and project funding are nearly finalized. The Town of Dillon, Walgreens Company and Pace-Dillon Associate, the property owner, are entering into a joint agreement concerning the funding of the hillside and wall’s restoration, repair and possible relocation of the water line and repair of Little Beaver Trail. Construction contracts are still being completed, but work is anticipated to begin in early July. Little Beaver Trail will close during reconstruction, which should take about three months. The estimated cost for the project is $1.4 million, including a 20% contingency. Although the three entities have reached an understanding regarding construction and funding, there still isn’t any agreement as to who is at fault. While it is known that a push-on joint in an underground water line separated and released about 170,000 gallons of water, it is unclear whether the water caused the slope to fail, or a failing slope caused the joint to come apart and release the water. The Colorado River Cooperative Agreement is a proposed agreement between 33 Western Slope communities and Denver Water that is being heralded as a historic accord that’s good for Summit County and Denver Water as well as the Western Slope. As Denver Water takes on responsibilities such as defining its service area, recycling and reusing water, setting conservation goals and timelines, Summit County reaps many benefits. In particular, county municipalities and ski resorts get more water, some of which is free and some has conditions. That translates into a firmer supply in dry years for towns and ski resort snowmaking, which likely means a more protected economy. Denver Water has also agreed to maintain the Dillon Reservoir water level at or above 9,012 feet in elevation between June 18 and Labor Day. It’s the critical level for Frisco Marina to be operational, helping drive the county’s summertime economy. A one-time $11 million windfall from Denver Water comes to the county for wastewater treatment plant improvement, environmental enhancements, forest health projects and local water and sewer work. The hope is to have all the parties in the agreement signed on by the end of 2011.

sold by the average Realtor in Summit County in 2010

3 The number of listings

CONDOS Anchorage West . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 bedrooms from $349,000 Cove Condo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 bedroom from $124,000 Dillon Valley East/West . . . . . . . . 2 bedrooms from $130,000 Lake Cliffe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 bedrooms from $375,000 Lake Haus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 bedroom from $159,000 Marina Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 bedrooms from $307,000 Yacht Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 bedroom from $169,000 TOWNHOMES Centennial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 bedrooms from $340,000 Chateau Acadian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 bedrooms from $450,000 Lookout Ridge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 bedrooms from $415,000 Meadow Wood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 bedrooms from $348,000 Summit Cove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 bedrooms from $220,000 SINGLE FAMILY AND DUPLEXES Corinthian Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $615,000 - $649,000 Dillon Town . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $625,000 - $1,195,000 Dillon Valley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $329,000 - $595,000 Summit Cove . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $379,000 - $575,000 Whispering Pines, $679,000 - $979,000 VACANT LAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . From $120,000 - $1,100,000
Pricing and availability subject to change, call for pricing on larger units The above information is from Summit MLS as listed by all Realtors

• Quaint lakeside town, a perfect place to relax and enjoy the splendor of the mountains • A rock-solid community that provides a wide range of activities • This town has moved three times in its 125 year history • Enjoy a magnificent lake and full-service Marina, renowned as the nation’s highest Yacht Club • Stop by the Historical Society - learn the fascinating history of the dam and the Old Town of Dillon

28 The number of listings sold
by Allison Simson in 2010 (more than any other Realtor in Summit County)

“Anna was so patient and flexible when it came to showing us property. She never made us feel rushed to buy something. Anna always encouraged us to continue to look until we found the property that was perfect for us.”
Lorinda S. & Billy M. Montezuma, CO 4


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KeyStone - One Extraordinary Mountain Experience

Keystone This Summer
here can you go to find so much fun all in one place ~ flower drenched meadows for hiking, scenic single-track biking course, horseback riding through the forest, fly fishing in the cool mountain streams, challenging golf on two mountain courses, or a wild ride down the river! Be sure to check out the calendar on line because you won’t want to miss the festivals, plays, concerts, and a whole host of fun for kids! www.keystoneresort.com. At Keystone there are endless opportunities to enjoy your time in the Rockies! If you’re looking to call Keystone your home, or home away from home, there are some fantastic bargains today, and with interest rates so low, it’s a prime time to buy! Currently, there are 269 listings to choose from in Keystone ranging from condominiums to single family homes. There are 188 condominiums on the market, ranging in price from $129,900 for a studio in The Arapahoe Lodge, up to a four bedroom luxury condo in the Lone Eagle that’s priced at $1,560,000. If you like a little more privacy you can check out townhomes. Tennis Townhomes start at $285,000, or you may want to consider a three bedroom in Red Hawk for $1,100,000.00. If you’re looking for more space you may want to look into a duplex at the Enclave priced at $549,000, or a River Meadows home priced at $929,000. There are only four duplexes total to choose from. You’ll have more options if you’re looking for a single family home. Currently there are 52 listings ranging from a Loveland Pass Village priced at $339,000 up to a West Pines Golf Course home priced at $3,960,000.00. Properties are selling in Keystone, over the past twelve months there have been 155 closings! Over the same time last year there were 147 sales, so we’re moving in the right direction. Come on over to Keystone for great outdoor fun this summer. We’re sure that you’ll find yourself relaxed, renewed and inspired!

CONDOS Gateway . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Studios from $139,900 Expedition Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Bedrooms from $229,900 Pines At Keystone . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bedrooms from $289,900 Montezuma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bedrooms from $349,000 Snowdance Manor . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Bedrooms from $330,900 TOWNHOMES Tennis Townhome . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bedrooms from $285,000 Northstar at Keystone . . . . . . . . . . 3 Bedrooms from $499,999 Settlers Creek . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Bedrooms from $465,000 Ski Tip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bedrooms from $599,000 SINGLE FAMILY AND DUPLEXES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . From $359,000 to $3,960,000 VACANT LAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . From $169,000 to $11,500,000
Pricing and availability subject to change, call for pricing on larger units The above information is from Summit MLS as listed by all Realtors

• Where else can you ski from morning till way past sunset, November into April? •A special treat is dinner at the world’s highest 5star gourmet restaurant • Truly a four season resort, offering activities for the whole family •An early day sawmill town that now encompasses golf, tennis, rafting, fly fishing, sleigh rides, ice skating and of course world-class skiing on three mountains •Check out the tubing this summer!

Ski Areas 4 World ClassCounty in Summit 66% of second homes in Summit County

“Kelie is a trusted professional who instills confidence and is proactive, responsive, realistic, reasonable and dependable. Whenever we called Kelie to say “maybe we should……she’d already done it”
Ann & Pepper L. Indian Rocks Beach, FL 5


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FriSCo - Quaint, Historic, Friendly and Diverse

Frisco moving ahead with economic incentives
fter examining several incentive programs in March to boost the local economy, Frisco Town Council decided to put two into action by passing both ordinances on the first reading. The first establishes a temporary program — to run until Dec. 31 of this year — that reimburses commercial property or business owners with 50 percent of building permit fees for commercial projects. Eligible applicants include commercial property and business owners with a building permit to construct, add upon or improve a commercial space. The rebate would be dependent on the owner receiving a certificate of occupancy and being compliant with town codes. The ordinance also calls for an expedited review process for large commercial projects. “Staff feels it is important to consider anything that would benefit (Frisco) businesses,” executive assistant Theresa Paul said to council Tuesday night. Paul said because permit refunds are dependent on the size of the project, staff is unsure of the cost to the town. The second ordinance is also a temporary program (also running until the end of this year), and would provide a 50 percent reimbursement — up to $5,000 — for signs, landscaping and facade improvements to local businesses. To qualify, properties must be zoned for commercial purposes and be visible from Main Street or Summit Boulevard right-of-ways. Eligible improvements include exterior painting or siding, lighting, trees, shrubs or public artwork. The incentive has a program cap of $25,000. At Tuesday's meeting, town manager Michael Penny said staff felt the limit was a good place to start, and would return to council for direction if there is “overwhelming demand.” Community development director Jocelyn Mills said she has already received calls from interested business owners regarding the facade incentive. To qualify for either incentive, applicants must be in good financial standing with the town. Paul said both items were researched per council's direction in March. She said staff hopes the incentives will give business owners and developers encouragement to start a project they might be waiting to start. While both objectives passed on first reading, a lone objection was made by Councilmember Larry Sawyer, who did not approve the ordinance regarding facade improvements.

300 Number of days of sunshine in Colorado
of Summit 79 % is federallyCounty land that owned

CONDOS Crossroads …….………………….1 Bedroom from $229,990 Creekside…........…………………2 Bedrooms from $234,000 Ten Mile Island…………………...2 Bedrooms from $259,900 Lagoon……………..……………..2 Bedrooms from $298,500 Ore House…………........………...3 Bedrooms from $279,000 TOWNHOMES Frisco Bay ………………………...3 Bedrooms from $339,900 Frisco 8 Townhomes………..……..3 Bedrooms from $354,900 Creston at Lakepoint Ct.…………..3 Bedrooms from $465,000 Lakepoint View……………………3 Bedrooms from $550,000 SINGLE FAMILY AND DUPLEXES Mountain Side Sub Duplex…………………From $549,000 Galena Street Studios Duplex…….....……...From $599,000 Frisco Park Sub……….…………..…...........From $559,000 Mountain Side Sub…………….…………....From $549,995 VACANT LAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . From $204,900 - $2,600,000
Pricing and availability subject to change, call for pricing on larger units The above information is from Summit MLS as listed by all Realtors

• A friendly and welcoming mountain community that offers quiet charm as well as an air of excitement • Frisco was founded as part of the gold rush in the 1850’s • A combination of beautiful mountain scenery, small-town atmosphere and old fashioned good times • A tightly knit community with a real focus on family • Watching your grandkids enjoy the Frisco Elementary Fun Ground. Bring a snack — they won’t let you head home too early!

“Kristi is very responsive with communications, pleasant, friendly and hardworking.”
Scott & Michelle B. Colorado Springs, CO



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BreCKenridGe - A Real Town With Unreal Skiing

Sustainable Breck & Cucumber Gulch
groundwork for long-term projects such as a community solar garden and bike-share program and also describes ongoing objectives. The process began with a capacity analysis several years ago examining the realistic buildout that could be accommodated in the basin. That evaluation was followed up with a “2030 report” in which the town looked ahead to the year 2030 to try to project how the community would grow and evolve in the coming years. Last summer, the town held five public meetings to gather community input. A sustainability task force, made up of three town council members, then took the findings and public feedback and developed the action plan – a prioritized list of steps intended to allow the community to enjoy local resources without compromising the ability of future generations to enjoy them as well, town officials said. The sustainability goals fall under 10 headings: resource conservation, local economy, transportation, land use, water, housing, child care, wildlife habitat, forest health and recreation and open space. Cucumber Gulch, the most extensively monitored open space area in Breckenridge and Summit County for its size, plays host this summer to a study that interests recreation planners and managers across the United States. When the Breckenridge Town Council approved purchasing nine new motion-sensor cameras for use in the Cucumber Gulch Preserve monitoring efforts, they paved the way for researchers to study the impacts of trail recreation on wildlife. Cucumber Gulch is the Town of Breckenridge’s most bio-diverse and sensitive open space and also has the most competing interests with high-level development surrounding it – Breckenridge Ski Resort is to the west and Shock Hill neighborhood and the town are to the east and south. It’s been identified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as an Aquatic Resource of National Importance. The land has been targeted with more than $7 million in funding from the Breckenridge Town Council, whether it’s for land acquisitions or monitoring. The trail study using motion-sensor cameras is just a piece of the area’s ongoing research. Other topics include avian monitoring, watching beaver activity, keeping an eye on water quantity and quality, vegetation studies including a careful look at willows and the animals who eat them, amphibian monitoring and more.


reckenridge unveiled the details of the 10-point Sustainable Breck action plan to the public this past May. The town has goals for environmental, economic and social sustainability and the action plan lays the

CONDOS Four O’Clock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Studios from $169,900 Ski and Racquet Club . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bedrooms from $239,000 Beaver Run . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Bedroom from $258,000 Park Avenue Lofts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bedroom from $579,000 Main Street Station . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Bedroom from $355,000 River Mountain Lodge . . . . . . . . . 2 Bedrooms from $429,900 TOWNHOMES Baldy Mtn Townhomes. . . . . . . . . 4 Bedrooms from $264,900 Rockridge Townhomes . . . . . . . . . 3 Bedrooms from $329,900 Highland Greens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bedrooms from $659,000 SINGLE FAMILY AND DUPLEXES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . From $204,900 to $6,540,000 VACANT LAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . From $199,500 to $9,380,000
Pricing and availability subject to change, call for pricing on larger units The above information is from Summit MLS as listed by all Realtors

• A wonderful combination of world-class skiing with authentic old west charm • Breckenridge is the largest ski area in Summit County, at the southern, and highest end of the county • Breckenridge’s history as a mining town is still alive in this charming Victorian town • Year-round resort known for an abundance of incomparable shopping, dining and nightlife

transactions nationwide were for second homes or investment properties

36 % of all real estate

Summit County's most expensive condo sale located in Breckenridge and closed on 12-30-09

$8,399,000 $102,000

Typical median income of second home buyer

“Lynn was the best! Despite our lengthy search, we never felt as though Lynn was running out of patience. She always made time to answer our questions. We really appreciated her pleasant and calm demeanor.”
Rhonda & Robert E. Highlands Ranch, CO


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QueStionS & AnSwerS



How do I make sure I see everything that’s on the market?

Why work with a Buyer Specialist?

Answer: Summit Real Estate will show those properties to you. Through the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) information is shared about all properties currently available, and as members we can show you any property. This system of cooperation allows us to provide you with information on any property on the market. Let us know if you would like to be a part of our instant notification program where you would be automatically emailed with property information on any new listings matching your buying criteria as soon as they hit the market. While you are driving around, if you see a property that appeals to you, write down the name of the agent, the real estate company and the address of the property. Give Summit Real Estate a call and we’ll provide you with the information you need, and show it to you! Keep in mind that at many of the condominium and townhouse properties you will not see “for sale” signs, as they are not allowed by the covenants. If you are interested in a FSBO (For Sale By Owner) property, we will be happy to contact the owner to get all of the details and to schedule a viewing of the property with you.

You Can Save Your Legwork for the Mountains!

& Q & Make cost-effective home improvements A
magine walking into an important job interview looking like you just dragged yourself out of bed. You'd be unlikely to make a good impression and diminish your chance of securing the job. The same goes for selling a home. First impressions are lasting. Some buyers won't even look at the inside of a listing that doesn't have good curb appeal. Today's buyers are picky. There is no sense of urgency in the market, so buyers are holding out for the best home they can find that will work for them for years to come. In some areas, there are a lot of homes for sale. It's important to make sure that buyers will be attracted to your home before they even walk through the front door. Fortunately, exterior improvements needn't be expensive. The recent Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report 2010-2011 found that the improvements that yielded the highest return on the investment when sold were a new steel front door and a new garage door. The average cost nationally for a new front door was $1,218; the


return was 102 percent. The average cost for a new garage door was $1,191; the return was 83.9 percent. The top nine of 10 most costeffective improvements nationally were for exterior projects. Curb appeal is as important as ever, and may be more so in this market. The Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report is a collaborative report done annually by Remodeling Magazine and the National Association of Realtors. It compares construction costs with resale values, which are based on estimates from more than 3,000 Realtors and appraisers. Sprucing up the front yard for sale needn't be costly. Clean out weeds and dead plants. Add flowering plants for color and mulch to tidy up areas that aren't heavily planted. Replace a lawn that has seen better days with less lawn and a border bed of flowering shrubs. Do in-ground planting well in advance, if possible, so that plants have a chance to get established before your home goes on the market. Any peeling paint on the front

walk and steps and house exterior and trim should be refreshed. The side of the house that gets the most exposure needs the most maintenance. If you've let it go, you'll be docked dollars by the buyers unless you repaint where needed before you sell. The amount returned on home improvement investments varies from one location to the next. It's important to consult with your local real estate agent before you embark on an upgrade to make sure that you don't overpay on an improvement that won't generate the desired result. Most homeowners assume they'll get their money back and more when they sell. In fact, most upgrade investments often don't return 100 percent of the amount invested, particularly in a down market. A minor mid-range kitchen remodel returns 72.8 percent nationally, according to the 2010-11 Remodeling Cost vs. Value Index. In the Pacific region of the U.S., you're likely to recoup 84.1 percent. However, a major upscale kitchen remodel pays back only 59.7 percent

nationally and 66 percent in the Pacific region. It makes sense to take on a major remodel project only if you're staying in your home and can enjoy the use of the improvements before selling. A deck addition ranked high on the list of popular exterior improvements. Although, nationally the cost recouped is only 72.8 percent, it may be an essential enhancement if your home has no outdoor living space and all the homes for sale in your neighborhood do. Supply and demand in your local area will also impact how much you'll recoup from your fix-up investments. Inman News 2011. For answers to your real estate questions, call Allison at 970-468-6800. Email - Info@ SummitRealEstate.com. Want to know the value of your Summit County property? Visit www. SummitHomeValue.com 

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Allison Simson Broker/Owner
“I am so grateful to be part of such an amazing and successful business and am thankful everyday for the beauty and wonderful people of Summit County. My husband, Craig, and I love raising our twin daughters, Logan and Mackenna, in the Colorado sunshine. The market will have it’s ups and downs – that’s why it’s called a market – but one thing I know for sure is that a great powder day can make you forget all about Wall Street. See you on the slopes!"

ouldn’t it seem strange if you visited your doctor and found him answering the phone, filing insurance claims and making appointments? Or what if you arrived at the airport and found that the pilot was fueling the plane and checking in bags? Trying to handle all of the aspects of a real estate transaction is similar to playing the game of baseball. When one person attempts to be the pitcher, the outfielder and the first baseman all at the same time, the ball gets dropped. Top professionals, including those in the real estate industry, have learned the value of teamwork, where specialization ensures clients the greatest value and best service possible. That’s why we offer you the Team Advantage.

Joyce Nenninger Consultant
"I am surrounded by truly exceptional people, including Fritz, my loving husband of 45 years, my son Mark and my daughter Julie, and the most enthusiastic and caring Team that I have ever been associated with."

Lynn Sustad Broker Associate/Buyer Specialist
"How fortunate I feel to have the privilege of helping you shop for your mountain home here in Summit County. Buying a home, whether it's your first or second home, should be exciting and stress free. Here at Summit Real Estate we all strive to make certain that's your experience! One of my greatest joys in life comes from helping others and sharing knowledge."

Anna Willis Broker Associate/Buyer Specialist
"Summit County is there a better place to visit, recreate or live? After 27 years of being fortunate enough to live and raise a family in Summit County, I'm still in awe of the breath-taking beauty in which I'm surrounded in everyday. If you've always wanted to own your very own mountain get-away or permanent residence in the Colorado Mountains, it would be my pleasure along with the Team at Summit Real Estate to find the ideal property for you."

What do we do when we work with you? Everything under the sun!
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Kelie Gray Broker Associate/Buyer Specialist
“Spending the past 12 years in Summit County has been absolutely wonderful and I look forward to the next couple of decades here as well! My husband Dan and I are so blessed to be able to raise our two boys, Tanner and Parker, in the beauty and glory of the Colorado mountains. I hope that I can share my love for the mountains with you whether you’re looking for a vacation home or looking to make Summit County your permanent home. It will be my pleasure to help you and your family find the mountain property of your dreams!”

Kristi Warner Client Care Manager
People say “There’s no place like home”… I say, “There’s no place like Summit County!” When my boyfriend Nate and I moved from Kansas to Colorado we truly fell in love with the mountains and surrounding areas. I love that there is a new adventure around every corner (or sometimes mountain). I feel very lucky to have found such a strong team to work with that wants to make Summit County your “no place like home.”

Margaret Bowes Transaction Coordinator
“Even after living in Summit County for 20 years, I can’t get enough of the endless skiing, hiking and camping opportunities our beautiful mountains have to offer. Fortunately my new husband, Richard, and seven year old son, Quinn, share my enthusiasm for the outdoors. I have a great respect for the professionalism and ethics of the Summit Real Estate team, and thoroughly enjoy working with such a wonderful group of people.”

28,000 estimated
permanent population of Summit County

7 Weeks 6

Average length of time it takes to find the perfect second home

The typical number of properties looked at before making a buying decision

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As our way of giving back to our community we make a donation to the Summit Foundation with every sale we make. In return, they give us a Ski Medallion that is good for free skiing at 6 major ski resorts. As our way of saying thank you to our customers, when you buy or sell with SRE you can use the medallion for FREE SKIING! Just give us a call.

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FeAtured ProPertieS - Best Buys

$235,000 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath - 991 square feet Largest 1 bedroom for sale in Keystone! Tons of windows, mountain views, and steps from Keystone’s Lodge & Lake!

Plaza Condo

$535,000 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath - 2,080 square feet Beautifully maintained single family home with nice finishes, great neighborhood, & jaw dropping views of Gore Range!

Silvergrove Sub

$220,000 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath - 1,176 square feet Adorable, bright, & charming condo with a custom tiled sauna. Marvelous views of Buffalo& Red Mountain from the large private deck!

timber lodge @ laKe dillon

$414,999 2 Bedroom, 1.75 Bath - 1,649 square feet What a choice property in Dillon ~ walk to lake, town, theater, stores, restaurants, coffee! You’ll love the log accents, large deck, & more!

looKout ridge

$425,900 3 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath - 1,701 square feet Overlooking the pond w/ great views to the south, this sunny & open home has large windows, & river rock surround gas fireplace!

PondS at blue river

$344,900 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath - 1,020 square feet Gorgeous setting next to the Ten Mile Creek in Frisco. Everything you want in a mountain getaway!

river glen

$450,000 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath - 2,011 square feet Unique, attractive, spacious townhome in quiet neighborhood. Enjoy the great views of Gore Range, Swan Mountain, & Lake Dillon from the living room!

Chateau aCadian

$480,000 5 Bedroom, 3.75 Bath - 2,181 square feet This is it – a huge, open great room, kitchen & dining w/ hardwood floors & a beautiful rock fireplace are ideal for entertaining!

ProSPeCtor village

$145,000 $150,000 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath - 552 square feet Studio, 1 Bath - 510 square feet This is the most affordable way to enjoy the Rockies! It's cozy, This isn't your typical Slopeside studio.The bedroom is in stylish & comes with all that you'll need for a mountain retreat! its own private alcove- w/ gorgeous views of the slopes!

aSPen ShadowS

SloPeSide Condo

$250,000 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath - square feet 828 Large deck overlooking wetlands & open space adding to the serene, peaceful feel of this home.

Soda CreeK

$225,000 Vacant Lot - .51 Acres Fantastic building site: great views, nicely treed. In the county, so no transfer tax & few restrictive covenants.

FriSCo terraCe Sub

Soda SPringS at KeyStone Condo
$230,000 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath - 607 square feet Resting in a peaceful, forested setting, this true 1 bedroom unit is located in the heart of Keystone.

$564,900 2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath - 1,322 square feet If location is the game – this unit is the ticket! Come stay in the closest building to the new gondola, it's wonderfully updated! Great rentals too!

JaCKPine lodge

$220,000 2 Bedroom, 1.75 Bath - 1,020 square feet Two levels with lovely lake & mountain views from the great deck & master bedroom!

laKeSide townhomeS

$185,000 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath - 710 square feet Let this be your home away from home in the heart of Keystone! Ice skate in the Winter & play with the paddleboats in the summer on Keystone Lake!

Plaza Condo

$89,000 1 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath - 432 square feet Trail head for Mt. Quandary is right across the street from this cute place! Great investment, or weekend getaway!

Quandary breCKenridge Condo

$670,000 3 Bedroom, 3 Bath - 1,635 square feet Walk to the slopes from your newly renovated home! Look out to the wetlands, Snake River, & Keystone slopes!

Cinnamon ridge

$155,000 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath - 569 square feet Great upgraded place which boasts renovated kitchen, flooring, windows, & new vanity in the bathroom. Plus has two great clubhouses – come see!

treehouSe Condo

$194,000 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath - 770 square feet Sit on the oversized deck & enjoy the views of Lake Dillon, Keystone, & surrounding Mountains! Great wood burning stove & spectacular updated kitchen!

Silver Queen weSt

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FeAtured ProPertieS - Best Buys

$52,000 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath - 956 square feet Join this friendly partnership & own 25% of this great property for $57,500 or 50% for $110,000! Enjoy your getaway for a fraction of the cost!

buFFalo village - 1/4 Share

$290,000 3 Bedroom, 2 Baths - 1,073 square feet You’ll love this condo that lives like a single family home! Expansive windows bring in the blue skies, & views!

glen Cove homeS

$250,000 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath - 882 square feet The views are outstanding: panoramic views of Keystone, Peak One, & Buffalo Mountain! You won’t want to miss this special gem in Wildernest!

SnowSCaPe Condo

$247,000 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath - 956 square feet The perfect mountain condo with all the amenities you could hope for!

buFFalo village Condo

$167,000 Studio, 1 Bath - 639 square feet Efficient open studio w/ oversized deck overlooking Keystone Lake & the ski slopes!

laKeSide Condo

treehouSe Condo – 1/8th Share
$23,900 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath - 758 square feet 1/8th share gives you 6 weeks per year so there’s no excuse not to enjoy your Rocky Mountains! Optional 12 weeks for $48,000!! Owner may carry!

$250,000 2 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath - 1,278 square feet It’s a rare find to back to open space & have a lake view whichcan be enjoyed from the oversized private deck!

woodworKS townhomeS

$725,900 4 Bedroom, 5 Bath - 3,200 square feet A front-&-center seat for panoramic lake views! From the fun media/game room to the spacious living areas, you’ll love it!

laKeSide eStateS townhomeS

$320,000 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath - 1,123 square feet Great ground floor unit provides easier access & easier living without compromising the wonderful lake views!

villaS @ ProSPeCt Point

$195,000 1 Bedroom, 1 Bath - 647 square feet Fantastic remodel with knockout views! Kick back on the oversized deck & enjoy your Rocky Mountains!

Silver Queen eaSt

$98,500 Vacant Lot – 1.102 Acres Enchanting spot for your dream mountain getaway! Sit & listen to Boulder Creek babble while being just a hop, skip, & jump from town.

meadowbrooK aCreS Sub

$240,000 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath - 909 square feet This cute place is an excellent value with a large garage! You’ll love the views & being adjacent to National Forest our your back deck!

trailhead Condo

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$99,000 1 Bedrooms, 1 Bath - square feet 584 This end unit is clean & bright w pretty views of Buffalo. Ground floor with nice patio.

dillon valley eaSt

$905,030 $770,797 $764,853 $835,803 $798,889 $737,253

2011 2010 $425,080 $463,633 $398,051 $406,529 $409,960 $333,501 $470,260 $399,025 $391,587 $311,951 2009 2008

$336,625 $285,563


$339,000 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bath - square feet 1,142 Enjoy panoramic views of Ten Mile & Gore Range, Lake Dillon & Marina! Plus it's end unit so extra light

dillon bay

Single Family


Vacant Land


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Summer 2011 CAlendAr oF eventS
JUly 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, AUg 5, 12, 19, 26 || Keystone Children’s theatre, “the red Cape.”, 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Little Red Riding Hood’s red cape is the envy of the entire kingdom. The Big Bad Wolf will stop at nothing to get his claws on it. But when the Three Little Pigs, Cinderella, and several other fairy tale favorites join forces for an epic game of Capture the Cape, only the cape itself knows who its true owner should be. $6, tickets available at the show. Quaking Aspens Amphitheatre, Keystone keystonefestivals.com/index.php/warren-station/key-event/childrens_ theatre_production_of_the_red_cape (970) 496-4386


JUly 2-3 || eCo-Friendly green art Festival, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., featuring original paintings, life size sculptures, photography, glass, wood, jewelry, collage and ceramics. Artists will showcase one piece of art created in an environmentally sound process. The artist must incorporate either recycled or repurposed objects into their work. The featured green artwork should serve to inspire and encourage environmentally friendly practices that will not only benefit the community but our ecosystem. 304 Main St., Frisco, 954-472-3755, anabelle@artfestival.com, info@artfestival. com, www.artfestival.com JUly 2-4 || 28th annual breCKenridge July art Festival, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Over 100 artists will be featured. Main Street Station, corner of Main Street and Park Ave., Breckenridge. (970) 547-9326, mountainartfestivals. com JUly 2-4 || independenCe day WeeKend, Celebrate independenCe day, free activities and family fun. 10K trail run and the Firecracker 50 bike race lead out the Main Street parade. After the arts festival, end the weekend with a performance by the National Repertory Orchestra and fireworks. Breckenridge. Rachel Zerowin (970) 453-5064 or gobreck.com/events/ town-events/fourth-july JUly 3 || ConCert Featuring doo Wop denny’s roCKin’ oldies shoW, 7 p.m. Dillon Amphitheatre. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 4 || national repertory orChestra, noon, Enjoy music starting with the in the morning followed by old fashioned 4th of July events starting at noon at with the children’s bike parade, a bocce tournament, pie eating contests, watermelon eating contests and more followed by Dillon’s boat parade on the shores of Lake Dillon. Top off the evening at the Dillon Amphitheatre with the concert and evening fireworks displayed over Frisco Bay. Town Park, Dillon. (970) 262-3400. www.townofdillon.com JUly 4 || eighth annual Fourth oF July garden party, Barney Ford House Museum, 9 a.m. Enjoy a champagne brunch and get the best parade seats in town. Reservations are required and space is limited. 111 E. Washington Ave., Breckenridge, Call (970) 453-9767, www.breckheritage. com JUly 4 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, ““patriotiC Celebration,” 8:30 p.m., Carl Topilow, conductor, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 4 || biKe parade & Kidtopia KidsFest, Bring your bike, tricycle, or wagon and join the annual bike parade through the village. Enjoy gold panning, petting zoo, train rides, caricatures, face painter, balloon artist, midway games, mascots, spin art, kids’ show, bounce houses and more. www.keystoneresort.com JUly 5, 12, 19, 26 || danCin’ in the roCKies - Dance Instruction – 7-10 p.m. Dancing lessons on Tuesdays throughout the summer. Swing, Country, a variety of options for all dance enthusiasts. All abilities, ages and dance lovers are welcome. Warren Station Center for the Arts, Warren Station, Keystone, Call (970) 468-8944 for more information or visit www.warrenstation.com JUly 6-7 || breCKenridge biKe WeeK. Discover pedal paradise. Weeklong free activities includes guided group rides; bike-in movie nights; nutrition, fitness and open space lectures; bike fits; children’s races; Tour de France viewing parties; bike demos and more. Breckenridge Rachel Zerowin (970) 453-5064 or gobreck.com/events/town-events/breck-bike-week JUly 6 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, 7:30 p.m., RavelMother Goose Suite, Piazzolla - The Four Seasons, Carl Topilow, conductor, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com

JUly 1, 15, 29 || Friday night Comedy, 7 p.m., A comedy series that will leave you laughing aloud. Enjoy drink specials, snacks, giveaways and more. May not be suitable for kids. Warren Station Center for the Arts, River Run Village, Keystone $12 at the door keystonefestivals.com/index. php/pavilion/ JUly 1-3 || 3 ring WeeKend. A free family event featuring live music, a conscious carnival, the “Primp my Ride” kid-powered parade, fireworks and interactive activities designed to educate and entertain. www.3ringweekend.com JUly 2, 23 || river run roCKs. 4 p.m., Free concert with music from Robert Earl Keen, River Run Village in the Events Plaza, Keystone www.keystoneresort.com JUly 2 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, “musiC oF hollyWood”, featuring the music of John Williams, 7:30 p.m., Carl

Topilow, conductor, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www. nromusic.com JUly 2 || “never Forget our soldiers,” an evening oF tribute, 4 p.m. Don’t miss the annual tribute to our service men and women. A concert by the Air Force Academy Band will follow our tribute. The evening will end with fireworks over Lake Dillon, choreographed to music and simulcast on Krystal 93. Dillon Amphitheatre (970) 262-3400, www. townofdillon.com JUly 2 || let’s play boCCe publiC instruCtion, 10 a.m., Come join members of the Summit Bocce Club and learn you all you need to know to start playing the fun game of bocce. Free. Bocce Courts, Dillon Town Park. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 2 || Free Chamber musiC, Classical Ensembles, National Repertory Orchestra, 2 p.m., Blue Village, Fire Pit Area, Outlets at Silverthorne, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 2 || Free Chamber musiC, Porch Series, National Repertory Orchestra, 1 p.m., 222 S. Main Street, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 2 || tales From beyond – a perspeCtive on the dillon Cemetery, 10 a.m., Tim Finley . Join local Tim Finley, Linda Polhemus and Summit Historical Society’s Linda Kelly and explore one of the Town of Dillon’s oldest assets, the Dillon Cemetery. Learn about the many locals interred there including mayors, stage coach drivers, miners, livery operators, railroad men, blacksmiths, and even a Civil War Colonel who fought under Gen. Robert E. Lee. This 45 minute tour will enlighten those interested in learning how folks lived in the 1800’s, the real “wild west”. Meet at the Dillon Cemetery lot off of Highway 6. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon. com JUly 2-3 || Copper halF marathon & trail 10K/5K, In conjunction with 3 Ring Weekend, the Copper Mountain Half Marathon returns. Something for every level of runner – a great t-shirt, an expo, beer and food. (303) 9261017 www.copperhalf.com

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Summer 2011 CAlendAr oF eventS
JUly 7 || sK8 over 8000 Ft sKateboard Competition, Pre-registration available at Silverthorne Recreation Center, $15, Skatepark, 430 Rainbow Dr., Silverthorne, (970) 262-7373, nicholds@silverthorne.org, www.silverthorne.org JUly 7 || national repertory orChestra presents a Free ClassiCal ensemble ConCert, 5:30 pm, Breckenridge Recreation Center, 880 Airport Road, Breckenridge. (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 7-10 || art & WildFloWer Celebration, Breckenridge Arts District and Carter Museum celebrate art, nature and outdoor recreation with something for everyone, including kids. Featuring plein air painting and art show, guided wildflower hiking and biking, art workshops and demonstrations and more. Breckenridge, (970) 453-3875 www.cdlt.org JUly 7-10 || mountain pose yoga Festival, First annual Mountain Pose. Yoga Festival features 3 days of medical researchers and professionals, yogis, musicians and motivational speakers. www.mountainposeyogafestival.com JUly 8-10 || Keystone Wine & Jazz Festival. Learn about different regions and the delicate nuance of fl avors that evolve the finest vineyard blends. Wine, live music from national jazz musicians. River Run, Keystone. www. keystonefestivals.com JUly 8 || national repertory orChestra, 6 p.m., Mountain Dance, Big Band Music and Classical Western Dress, Carl Topilow, conductor, Beaver Run Resort Ballroom, Breckenridge (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 8, 15, 29 || Free Chamber musiC, Porch Series, 5:30 p.m., 222 S. Main Street, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 9 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, 7:30 p.m., Carl Topilow, conductor, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 9 || nature preserve hiKe, 9:45 a.m., Join locals for an easy paced hike through the Dillon Nature Preserve. Meet at the Nature Preserve parking area across from the Dillon Cemetery off of Highway 6 by 9:45 a.m., (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 9 || sCienCe, adventure, Fun: Campfire Showcase: Do you wish sometime you could go back to camp? Fireflies, campfires, songs, and s’mores? Featuring on-stage songs and skits that focus on science, adventure and fun. Learn, get excited, stomp your feet, clap your hands, and sing along with your entire family. Dillon. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 9 || dillon toWn Weed pull, 9 a.m. Marina Park, by the concession stand, Dillon, (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 10 - AUg. 7 || sunday aFternoon’s musiC series, Enjoy local musicians and regional performances in the Sunday afternoon series throughout the summer. An uplifting variety of music will be performed. Dillon Amphitheatre, Dillon. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 13 || volunteer appreCiation piCniC & Cruise, 5 p.m. The Town of Dillon will thank volunteers who have assisted with Dillon events throughout the year with the second annual Volunteer Appreciation Picnic and Cruise. Volunteers and their families are invited to attend. Food served at approximately. 6 p.m., Dillon Marina, Dillon (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 13 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, 7:30 p.m., Amadeus and Serge, Mozart’s Symphony #34, Prokofiev-Classical Symphony, (Symphony No. 1), Sergei Pavlov, conductor, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 14 || saloon leCture, 3-4 p.m., Backcountry Brewery, 720 Main St., Frisco, (800) 424-1554 info@townoffrisco.com, TownOfFrisco.com JUly 15-17 || parKer artists guild village art WalK, http://parkerartistsguild.com JUly 16 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, 7:30 p.m. Two favorite Russians, Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, Shostakovich’s Symphony #5, Rossen Milanov, conductor, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 16 || let’s play boCCe publiC instruCtion, 10 a.m., Bocce Courts, Dillon Town Park. Learn you all you need to know to start playing the fun game of bocce. Free. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 16 || old Fashioned iCe Cream soCial, noon to 4 p.m. Children of all ages are invited to Summit Historical Society’s old fashioned ice cream social at the Old Dillon Schoolhouse and museum. Ice cream cones cost 5¢ each. Old Dillon Schoolhouse Museum, 403 LaBonte, Dillon. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon. com JUly 16 || breCKenridge massive beer Festival, 1-6 p.m. Live music, delicious craft brews and amazing views. Main Street Station, Breckenridge. Samantha Kaye: (970) 453-2234 ext. 16, breckenridgebeerfestival.com JUly 16-17 || Keystone halF marathon and 10K, www.keystoneresort.com JUly 16, 30, AUg. 13 || Keystone Kidtopia KidsFest, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m, Good old family times. Enjoy gold panning, petting zoo, train rides, caricatures, face painter, balloon artist, midway games, mascots, spin art, kids’ show, bounce houses and much, much more. Free. River Run Village. www.keystoneresort.com JUly 16 || Wild FloWer WalK, 9:30 a.m., Join local wildflower expert Pat Taylor and discover the beauty of alpine wildflowers. In the Dillon Nature Preserve upper trail. Meet at Marina Park at and then follow Tim (in your car) to the Tenderfoot Trailhead parking. (Bonnie Hamilton & Lucinda Burns) (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 17 || dillon arts Festival, Artists from around the country display their best in this juried art show. Downtown Dillon. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 19 || tuesday series: timeless and treasured, 7:30 p.m., Features Three Bolcolm Rags for String Quartet and Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-9142, marcia@breckenridgemusicfestival.com, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com JUly 20 || Free ConCert at 10 a.m. at the Breckenridge Recreation Center. Then at night: National Repertory Orchestra Concert, 7:30 p.m., Falletta Favorites, Rimsky-Korsakov-Scheherazade, Barber - Violin Concerto, JoAnn Falletta, guest conductor, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com

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JUly 21 - 23 || mountain art gathering, A premiere art show with artists assembled from around the country and representing a variety of mediums. Local Summit High School students’ artwork will be featured at this year’s gathering. Warren Station at Keystone River Run, Corinne Kelly, ckelly@ summitfoundation.org, www.summitfoundation.org JUly 21 || prohibition party, 6-9 p.m. the Bonnie Q BBQ Road House Room, 134 Lake Dillon Dr., Dillon. Come and enjoy a saloon of yesteryear. Enjoy food, spirits with local historian Sandie Mather. She will give a talk on Historic Saloons of Summit County. For reservations call (970) 468-2207 JUly 21 || Free Chamber musiC, Brown Bag Lunch Series, 12:30 pm., Breckenridge Theatre, 121 S. Ridge St., Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 21 || Festival orChestra grand opening ConCert. 7:30 p.m. Featuring Bernstein’s Overture to Candide and Mendelssohn’s “Italian” Symphony. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge (970) 453-9142, marcia@breckenridgemusicfestival.com, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com JUly 22 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, “topiloW pops,” A Night of Broadway, selections from favorite Broadway musicals, 6 p.m., Carl Topilow, conductor, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www. nromusic.com JUly 23-25 || Courage ClassiC, 22nd annual three-day; the course begins and ends in Leadville, (720) 777-7499 www.couragetours.com JUly 22-24 || mountain states Cup - Keystone Classic Mountain Bike Races, www.keystoneresort.com JUly 23 || tenderFoot trail hiKe. 9:30 a.m., Join locals Mary & Tim Forsythe for a 2 mile hike along one of Summit County’s most scenic trails, the Tenderfoot Trail. Meet at Marina Park at 9:30 am and then follow Tim (in your car) to the Tenderfoot Trailhead parking. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 23 || liszt’s piano ConCerto no. 1 and ravel’s piano ConCerto in g, plus Gershwin’s “American in Paris,” 7:30 p.m. Featuring Chu-Fang Huang: Van Cliburn finalist and Cleveland International Piano Competition 1st Prize Winner. Riverwalk Center in downtown Breckenridge (970) 453-9142 , marcia@breckenridgemusicfestival.com, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com JUly 23 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, 2 p.m., Hollywood High Country Tea, presented by Francis Ford Coppola Winery, Featuring a fashion show with Jane Venable, alumni, conductor, The Daley Ranch, Silverthorne, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 24 || let’s play boCCe publiC instruCtion, 1 p.m., Come join members of the Summit Bocce Club and learn you all you need to know to start playing the fun game of bocce. Free. Bocce Courts, Dillon Town Park. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 24 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, 11 a.m., Tchaikovsky’s Greatest Hits, including Swan Lake , Sergei Pavlov, conductor, Breckenridge Riverwalk Center, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 30 || tenderFoot trail hiKe. 9:30 a.m., Join locals Mary & Tim Forsythe for a 2 mile hike along one of Summit County’s most scenic trails, the Tenderfoot Trail. Meet at Marina Park at 9:30 am and then follow Tim (in your car) to the Tenderfoot Trailhead parking. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 25-29 || sCale the summit, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., a music camp for kids of all ages and abilities, open to strings, woodwinds, piano, guitar and harp. The camp will teach students about instrumental and ensemble playing, listening and leadership skills under the guidance of Chas Wetherbee, Keystone Resident and first violin of the Carpe Diem String Quartet, Janet Harriman, (970) 468-0110, www.cdsq.org, www.scalethesummit.com JUly 25-29 || guitars on the summit!, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Scale the Summit will be accepting guitar students to work on technique, improvisation and song writing skills with legendary folk/rock guitarist Willy Porter. (More information about Mr. Porter is available at www.willyporter.com), 371 E. LaBonte St., Dillon www.scalethesummit.com

JUly 26-28 || 27th annual genuine Jazz & Wine, in the beautiful backdrop of Copper Mountain. Stars from smooth jazz and fusion to mainstream jazz delight your senses. Sample some of the country’s best wines. Jazz artists this year include: Boney James, Jackiem Joyner, Stanley Jordan and more! www.GenuineJazz.com JUly 26 || art in the limelight, the Lake Dillon Theatre Company and the Cast of Characters at Arts Alive Gallery at 505 Main Street in Breckenridge for a wonderful night of food, wine and art. Tickets are $40 ($35 if you are a Cast of Character member). All admission proceeds plus 15% of art sales benefit the Lake Dillon Theatre Company. For more information, visit the Cast of Characters Online. JUly 26-27 || Finale, summit County library Children’s summer reading program: Jeff Kagan and his Rocky Mountain Music 11 a.m. July 26 (no

Wednesday program) South Branch Library, 504 Airport Rd., Breckenridge; July 27 10:30 a.m. North Branch Library, 651 Center Circle, Silverthorne; (no afternoon program); 1 p.m. Main Library in Frisco, 37 Peak One Dr., Frisco (no morning program), (970) 453-6098, path@co.summit.co.us JUly 26 || the Well-seasoned baroque. All concerts at 7:30 p.m. Featuring Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-9142, marcia@breckenridgemusicfestival.com, http://www. breckenridgemusicfestival.com JUly 27 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, 7:30 p.m., Real Genius: Beethoven and Brahms, Beethoven-Leonore Overture #3, Brahms-Symphony No. 1, Peter Oundjian, guest conductor, Peter Oundjian, guest conductor, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 28 || beethoven: inspiring. 7:30 p.m. Featuring Beethoven’s Symphony #7 introduced by “Inspiring Beethoven” by composer Kevin Puts. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge (970) 453-9142, marcia@breckenridgemusicfestival.com, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com JUly 28 || dragon party and grand prize draWing, final event of the Summit County Teen Summer Reading Program, 2-4:30 p.m. North Branch Library, 651 Center Circle, Silverthorne, (970) 468-5887, janetg@co.summit.co.us JUly 29-31 || 10th annual breCKenridge main street art Festival, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., North Main Street at Wellington, Breckenridge. Over 100 artists from around the country. (970) 547-9326, mountainartfestivals.com JUly 30 || Canine 4K, Frisco. Bring your dog and your walking shoes for a barking good time. The Canine 4K is great exercise and socialization for everyone and gives owners a chance to donate to a good cause, the League for Animals and People of the Summit (LAPS). There are running and walking categories, a silent auction, lots of pet vendors with goodies, and great prizes. (800) 424-1554 www.townoffrisco.com/events/canine-4k-2/ JUly 30 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, 7:30 p.m., Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, “In Sync” National Repertory Orchestra and Breckenridge Music Festival in Concert, Shostakovich-Festive Overture, Khachaturian-Gayane Ballet Suite, Mahler-Symphony No. 2, Resurrection, Mvt. 1, Ravel-Daphnis et Chloe Suite #2, Carl Topilow, conductor, Gerhardt Zimmerman, Conductor, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com JUly 30 || hiKe ms & beneFit ConCert with the Freddy Jones Band performing a free show at Burning Stones Plaza. Families may enjoy a leisurely 2-mile hike on the Green Route, while experienced hikers can choose the more advanced 5-mile Blue Route or take the challenge and attempt the 10-mile Black Diamond Route, all part of the Copper trail system. www.NationalMSSociety.com JUly 30, 31 || dillon open regatta. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets to in Dillon and watch as the shifting winds of Lake Dillon challenge the mental and physical skills of top sailors. Marina Park, Dillon Marina, Dillon. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com JUly 30 || in synC: the breCKenridge musiC Festival orChestra and the national repertory orChestra in ConCert, 7:30 p.m., Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com

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AUg. 1-6 || sCale the summit is a music camp for kids of all ages and abilities, open to strings, woodwinds, piano, guitar and harp. The camp will teach students about instrumental and ensemble playing, listening and leadership skills under the guidance of Chas Wetherbee, Keystone Resident and first violin of the Carpe Diem String Quartet, Janet Harriman, (970) 468-0110, www.cdsq.org AUg. 2 || a heavenly evening 7:30 p.m. Featuring Mahler’s Kindertoten-Lieder and Schubert’s Octet., Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 3 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, 7:30 p.m., Beethoven, Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, Carl Topilow, conductor, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com AUg. 4 || irving berlin: From rags to ritzes, 7:30 p.m., Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra and Vocal Soloists. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 5 || national repertory orChestra ConCert, “out oF this World Finale” Holst-The Planets 7:30 p.m., Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, Carl Topilow, conductor, (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com AUg. 5-7 || 15th annual bluegrass and beer Festival, Keystone, Downhome cooking, frothy flavors and mountain music are just a piece of the pie. Folks gather while 30 microbreweries from Colorado and beyond showcase their unique blends of hops and barleys. Live music. Kids Zone provides entertainment for the kids with inflatables and wacky activities. Confirmed 2011 music line-up includes Peter Rowan, Shannon Whitworth, Honey Don’t and Steel Pennies. www.keystonefestivals.com AUg. 6 || Wine, Women and song, 7:30 p.m. Featuring the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra and Vocal Soloists in songs of Vienna and Strauss’s “Wine, Women and Song” Waltz, Riverwalk Center in downtown Breckenridge (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 6 || 10th annual ClassiC boat shoW, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 25-35 vintage boats will be on display. The parade of boats begins at 2. Frisco Marina Docks, Frisco, www.townoffrisco.com/events/classic-boat-show/ AUg. 6 || let’s play boCCe publiC instruCtion, 10 a.m., Come join members of the Summit Bocce Club and learn you all you need to know. Free event. Bocce Courts, Dillon Town Park. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com AUg. 6 || Copper triangle biCyCle tour, The famous Copper Triangle has long been considered one of Colorado’s classic alpine road rides. The 2011 ride works in partnership with the Davis Phinney Foundation to raise funds for Parkinson’s disease research. www.coppertriangle.com AUg. 6 || emergenCy preparedness – What you need to KnoW in the high Country 10 a.m. Join Summit County Emergency Manager Joel Cockran for a look at the threats we often overlook and how to be prepared in the event of an emergency. Joel will answer your questions and provide insights that we all should be thinking about each and every day. Marina Park Pavilion by the Amphitheatre in Dillon (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com AUg. 7 || ‘vettes on the roCKies 38th annual shoW and shine event, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. More than 600 Corvettes on Main Street., townoffrisco.com/ events/vettes-on-the-rockies/, (800) 424-1554 AUg. 9 || tuesday series: an evening With robin sutherland, 7:30 p.m. Featuring Five Debussy Preludes and the Brahms Piano Trio #1 Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 6 || hiKe ‘n lunCh, please call for time, Bonnie Q BBQ Catering Co. Roadhouse Room 134 Lake Dillon Dr., Dillon. This is your chance to hike with a local historian at various destinations in Summit County. Lunch follows. $25. (970) 468-2207. AUg. 10 || Cabaret ConCert, 7:30 p.m. Featuring the Festival Vocalists with Michael Linville. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com

AUg. 11 || blue river series: leo KottKe, 7:30 p.m., Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 12-13 || dillon bbq at the summit, Join the festivities as BBQ masters from across the U.S. vie for top honors in this Kansas City BBQ event. Dillon. 888-499-4499, bbqatthesummit.com for details. AUg. 12 || all in the Family ConCert, 7:30 p.m. at the Featuring Mussorgsky’s Night on Bald Mountain and Lemony Snicket’s “The Composer Is Dead,” Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 12-13 || Colorado Cigar & breW Festival, In conjunction with GuitarTown, this new festival features samples of cigars and local brews, showcasing local merchants offering lifestyle products and services appealing to all attendees. www.coloradocigarandbrewfest.com AUg. 12-14 || guitartoWn. The world’s best guitarists come together featuring free guitar workshops, free live music, Guitar Hero contests and kids’ music activities. www.copperguitartown.com AUg. 13 || nature preserve hiKe, 9:45 a.m. Join local Susan Juergensmeir for an easy paced hike through the Dillon Nature Preserve. Meet at the Nature Preserve parking area across from the Dillon Cemetery off of Highway 6 (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com AUg. 13 || pianist robin sutherland in mozart’s piano ConCerto in C, plus rimsKy-KorsaKov’s “CapriCCio espagnol,” 7:30 p.m., Riverwalk

Center, Breckenridge. (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 13, 14 || art on main street to the roCKies, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Main Street, from 3rd Ave to 6th Ave. You will be able to view art from 120 of the finest artists in the country. Frisco, (800) 424-1554 www.townoffrisco.com/ events/art-on-main-street-to-the-rockies/ AUg. 13, 14 || FrisCo Wine tasting and dessert Competition to benefit the National Repertory Orchestra, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Frisco Main St., (970) 453-5825, www.nromusic.com

AUg. 14 || high Country hiKe For hospiCe, 8 a.m. to noon. Bring your family, friends and dog to the second annual High Country Hike for Hospice. Enjoy a reflective 3-mile hike lined with inspirational & thought provoking quotes in a scenic mountain setting. $25. Frisco Nordic Center. www.bristleconefoundation.org AUg. 15 || breCKenridge musiC Festival’s speCial event: Keystone Brass; the brass players of the Breckenridge Music Festival blow their horns in Keystone at this dinner event (970) 453-9142. www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 16 || dressed to the eights, 7:30 p.m. at the. Octets by Stravinsky and Beethoven, plus Mendelssohn’s Octet for Strings. Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge, (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 16 || FiFth annual summer gala musiC oF broadWay “oh What a night,” an evening of tunes from the best shows that have ever hit the Great White Way. Join ,Warren Station at Keystone in River Run Village Tickets $50. (970) 513-9386 lakedillontheatre.org

AUg. 19-21 || Warrior dash roCKies, It’s a mud-crawling, fire-leaping, extreme run. Participants will conquer extreme obstacles and celebrate their feat with music, beer, warrior helmets and muddy shorts. The live music includes RockSkool, Hell’s Belles, as well as Hot For Teacher, a Van Halen tribute band comprised of middle school teachers. www.warriordash.com AUg. 20 || Finale shoWCase. Riverwalk Center in downtown Breckenridge. 7:30 p.m. Featuring the artists of the festival orchestra as soloists, plus Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody No. 1. (970) 453-9142, www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com AUg. 20 || summit boCCe Club invitational tournament, Dillon Town Park Bocce Courts. Join a team and try your skill at bocce in the Summit Bocce Club’s Invitational Tournament. (970) 468-2403, www.townofdillon.com


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AUg. 20 || CirCle the summit. Circle beautiful Lake Dillon on paved bike paths and roads that take you through some of our nation’s most spectacular biking country. Start and finish on Main Street in Frisco, Afterwards, listen to the music of “Music on Main,” a street concert. Your entry fee for Circle the Summit provides support, improvements, and maintenance for the 65 miles of Summit County’s paved recreation path system. (800) 424-1554, www.townoffrisco.com/events/circle-the-summit/ AUg. 20 || tenderFoot trail hiKe, 9:30 a.m., Join locals (Jan Wiswell) for a 2 mile hike along one of Summit County’s most scenic trails, the Tenderfoot Trail. Meet at Marina Park at 9:30 am and then follow Jan (in your car) to the Tenderfoot Trailhead parking. (970) 390-5754 AUg. 20, 21 || Keystone blues Festival and art shoW, Savvy Blues stretches its acoustic roots through the Rocky Mountains. A classic art show, tasty dishes, ice cold brews and an array of wines trim the plaza while veteran guitarists with a knack for mixing funky rhythms, sultry measures and wicked chord patterns front our stellar event. Free family KidZone that includes, bounce houses, kid’s crafts and kids entertainment. www.keystonefestivals. com AUg. 21 || Family Fun Fest in FrisCo, an event for the whole family to enjoy, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Peninsula Recreation Area, Frisco. (800) 424-1554, www. townoffrisco.com/events/free-family-fun-fest/ AUg. 27 || quizno’s pro Challenge stage 5 Finish, Breckenridge will host the stage five finish of the inaugural Quizno’s Pro Challenge, a demanding sevenday road biking race that will attract many of the top cyclists in the world. Rachel Zerowin (970) 453-5064 or gobreck.com/events/town-events/quiznospro-challenge AUg. 27 || smallest Foot print, largest impaCt, 10 a.m. Naturalist Sarah Slaton will discuss what kind of impact the mountain pine beetle is leaving on Summit County and how it could potentially change the landscape of this area. Presented by the Friends of the Dillon Ranger District. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com

sept. 4 || breCK Crest mountain marathon, Benefiting The Summit Foundation, 5 mile, half marathon and marathon trail runs. The Breck Crest is known for its rugged nature, elevation gain and incredible scenery. Breckenridge. Contact: Corinne Kelly, 970.453.5970, ckelly@summitfoundation.org, www.summitfoundation.org sept. 4 || a taste oF Keystone, www.keystoneresort.com sept. 5 || John adams & Friends Fan appreCiation ConCert, 1 p.m. John Adams and Friends delight the crowd with the stories and songs of John Denver. Bring your picnics, friends and family for this popular annual afternoon event. Dillon Amphitheatre, Dillon, (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com sept. 5 || marina mutt Contest, Registration starts at noon, show at 2 p.m. Dog lovers unite in an afternoon of fun as dog owner’s show off their companions and compete for prizes. All proceeds benefit League of Animal and People of the Summit. Free, family, friendly. Dillon Marina. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com sept. 11 || 3rd annual beetleFest, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., a full day of activities from The DLM Timberworks Lumberjack show and live entertainment by White Water Ramble, to a bug petting zoo, 4K beetle stomp, and bug slug. Informational and artist booths. Event benefits the Friends of the Dillon Ranger District. Main St., (800) 424-1554, Dillon. www.townoffrisco.com/events/beetlefest/ sept. 9-11 || summit County’s Fall For the arts Celebration, During the first annual, county-wide arts celebration, enjoy a weekend of music, fine art, theater, dance, children’s activities and Summit County’s legendary fall colors. www.artsforthesummit.net sept. 17, 18, And 24, 25 || summit County parade oF homes, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tour amazing Summit County homes over two weekends. A minimal entry fee benefits The Summit Foundation. Throughout Summit County, Contact: Corinne Kelly, ckelly@summitfoundation.org, www.summitfoundation.org sept. 22 || toWn oF dillon Forum, 6 p.m. Find out what’s happening in the Town of Dillon at this annual event. Light refreshments served. Dillon Town Hall, Dillon, (970) 262-3400, www. townofdillon.com sept. 22 || harvest dinner (date subject to change) Supporting High Country Conservation Center’s (HC3) sustainable and local food initiatives, Vinny’s hosts an annual dinner featuring local foods. All proceeds go to HC3. Vinny’s Restaurant 310 Main., (970) 668-5703, jenny@highcountryconservation.org


sept. 2 || snaKe river Community ConCert, Warren Station Center for the Arts, www.warrenstation.com sept. 2-4 || dillon CraFt Fair, The Alliance for Historical Preservation hosts the 1st Annual Dillon Craft Fair. 65+ crafters from all over Colorado will showcase Colorado’s finest cottage industry crafts in this zero-waste event. Downtown Dillon. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com sept. 2-4 || Copper Country, A free Labor Day festival tradition, Copper Country celebrates the best of the American spirit with incredible live music, an arts festival, kids’ crafts, the Copper Kids’ Corral, mechanical bull rides, a petting zoo and pony rides. The free live music includes Holy Ghost Tent Revival, The Long Players, Tim O’Brien, Winfield’s Locket, Great American Taxi, Jimmie Vaughan, Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder, North Mississippi Allstars, TajMahal, and many others. www.coppercountryfest.com sept. 3 || the summit Foundation great rubber duCK raCes, 11 a.m. The Great Rubber Duck Races will sweep thousands of little yellow ducks down the Blue River to the Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge Riverwalk Center Contact: Corinne Kelly, ckelly@summitfoundation.org, www.summitfoundation.org sept. 3-5 || 36th annual gathering at the great divide art Festival, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Main Street at Wellington, Breckenridge. Over 120 artists will be featured. You’ll have the opportunity to meet the artists, learn the sources of their inspiration, ask questions about techniques, commission a specific piece, and purchase existing fine works of art. (970) 547-9326, mountainartfestivals.com sept. 4 || John adams & Friends Fan appreCiation ConCert, 1 p.m. Back for a third year, John Adams and Friends delight the crowd with the stories and songs of John Denver. Bring your picnics, friends and family for this popular annual afternoon event. Dillon Amphitheatre. (970) 262-3400, www.townofdillon.com

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