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Fall Fest

Event Info

Kick off the fall season and immerse yourself in art at “ARToberfest” at Frisco’s Fall Fest. Peruse local and regional art at the Arts at Altitude art show (curated by the Summit County Arts Council) in the Frisco Historic Park on Friday, September 10 and Saturday, September 11 from 10:00am to 5:00pm .

Activities on Saturday, September 11 will also include live music and make-and-take art projects for children and adults. Ein Prosit will be serving up pretzels and sausage. The event will also include a beer garden featuring German beer and will benefit the Friends of the Dillon Ranger District.

Top 9 Reasons to Come to Frisco’s Fall Fest

  1. Frisco is hosting Fall Fest on our charming and mellow Main Street with Ein Prosit serving up pretzels and sausage.
  2. Fall Fest will feature beers in the great tradition of German brewing. The beer garden will feature Germany’s Ayinger and Weihenstephaner beers.
  3. With Mount Royal in the background, you can’t help but look hotter than usual.
  4. Dogs are welcome to join the festivities. Frisco loves well-mannered canines and humans!
  5. There will be an art show at Fall Fest with regional artists who specialize in pieces that are authentic, wallet friendly, and accessible.
  6. The Frisco Bay Marina is just a five minute walk down Main Street from Fall Fest and offers everything from paddle board to pontoon boat rentals on Dillon Reservoir.
  7. Frisco is surrounded by public land on three sides so make Frisco your base camp for the whole weekend and enjoy miles of mountain biking and hiking trails while you are in Frisco.
  8. Fall Fest benefits Friends of the Dillon Ranger District.
  9. In addition to beer, Fall Fest will also serve up local craft cocktails from Rising Sun Distillery and Ava Grace wine.

When

Saturday, September 11, 2021
10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Where

Historic Park and Main Street between 1st Avenue and 2nd Avenue.

Frisco/Copper Information Center

970-668-5547
800-424-1554
TOFinfo@townoffrisco.com

Schedule

Friday, September 10, 2021

10:00am – 5:00pm
Arts at Altitude – local and regional art sale with live acoustic music throughout the day

The art show will include a fundraising booth for the Sandy Greenhut Memorial Scholarship. The booth will feature 200 of Anne Weavers Water Colors. Funds from the booth and donations in Sandy’s memory will go toward a scholarship to be awarded in April 2022 and successive years to Summit High School students entering college to pursue an arts program.

12:00pm – 2:00pm 
Live music with Claire Elich

3:00pm – 5:00pm
Live music with the Sunday BANKER

Saturday, September 11, 2021

10:00am – 5:00pm

  • Arts at Altitude – local and regional art sale with live acoustic music. The art show will include a fundraising booth for the Sandy Greenhut Memorial Scholarship. The booth will feature 200 of Anne Weavers Water Colors. Funds from the booth and donations in Sandy’s memory will go toward a scholarship to be awarded in April 2022 and successive years to Summit High School students entering college to pursue an arts program.
  • Three free make & take art projects for kids and adults
  • Pretzels and sausage from Ein Prosit
  • German beer
  • Local craft cocktails from Rising Sun Distillery
  • Acoustic live music throughout the day

12:00pm – 2:00pm
Live music with Bottlerocket Hurricane

3:00pm – 5:00pm
Live music with Stuck on Vinyl

Arts at Altitude

The Summit County Arts Council will present a local and regional Arts at Altitude show and sale at the Frisco Historic Park on Friday, September 10 and Saturday, September 11 from 10:00am – 5:00pm. The show will feature jewelry, pottery, paintings, photography and other fine arts.

Sandy Greenhut Memorial Scholarship Fundraising

The art show will include a fundraising booth for the Sandy Greenhut Memorial Scholarship. The booth will feature 200 of Anne Weaver’s watercolors. Funds from the booth and donations in Sandy’s memory will go toward a scholarship to be awarded in April 2022 and successive years to Summit High School students entering college to pursue an arts program.

Partners

Thank you to our 2021 Fall Fest partners!

Fall Fest beverage sales benefit Friends of the Dillon Ranger District (FDRD). FDRD leverages the power of volunteers to make sure National Forest lands enjoyed by millions of people each year are not negatively impacted by their popularity.

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