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Group of people hanging out at FrozenFrisco Reception at Frisco Nordic Center

FrozenFrisco Reception

Event Info

The Frisco Arts and Culture Council (FACC) is bringing back the FrozenFrisco community ice art display at the Frisco Nordic Center on Saturday, February 3. The community is invited to an opening reception from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm on February 3, and the exhibit will also serve a dual purpose to kick off that evening’s ticketed event, Team Summit Nordic Program’s Eat, Ski, Be Merry, where participants will Nordic ski or snowshoe by candlelight from bonfire to bonfire with snacks, desserts, and beverages along the way.

This year’s outdoor exhibit will include a frozen campsite with ice seating and the work of community artists who will express their own singular take on ice as a medium. The exhibit will remain if weather conditions allow.


Saturday, February 03, 2024


Frisco Nordic Center
616 Recreation Way
Frisco, CO 80443

About the Exhibit and the Frisco Arts & Culture Council

The Frisco Arts and Culture Council is bringing this community art project back to the Frisco Nordic Center where it was first launched in February 2020 and held again in 2022 by MakeFrisco, an informal group of community makers and artists. The MakeFrisco art collective was born out of $25,000 in seed money dedicated in the 2020 Town of Frisco budget, to support public art. This initial funding and community group resulted in the Frisco Town Council initiating a five-year arts and culture strategic plan in 2022 to map out Frisco’s art and culture future. Once the Frisco Arts and Culture Plan was adopted by Town Council in 2023, Frisco Town Council established a Frisco Arts and Culture Council in May 2023 which includes several members from the original MakeFrisco group.

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