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January 2016

Found 3 blog entries for January 2016.

Hard to find a more glorious way to celebrate snow and winter - than to watch the progress of the dozens of artists who are making snow sculpture this week in Breckenridge.

Locals who volunteer for the International Snow Sculpture Championships know what those who are here all week also know, that seeing the process from start to finish has a snowball effect.  By today, Friday, like the Fridays of each year's event past, the sculptures roll in all directions and become dramatically different from one another.  Visitors to the site, tonight, will have the opportunity to watch as the teams make the final decisions - those details that are best made in the cold of the night, for on Friday night, everyone can work as long as they like.

The work ends Saturday,

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Happy New Year! Here is the start to a great year. Hope that you and your family had a wonderful holiday season. The weather has not been too frightful. The beautiful snow covered peaks are stunning and all chairlifts at the Breckenridge Ski Resort are running. Start your 2016 off on the right foot and make Breckenridge or Summit County your home away from home.

These are Breckenridge Associates Real Estate Top 5 Deals for January 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1478 American Way
You will love this home from the moment you pull in the driveway! A lush, private setting surrounds this ranch style architectural gem. Big windows pull the outdoors in. Multiple outdoor living spaces to enjoy, no matter what time of the day or year it

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International Snow Sculpture Championship

Perhaps you are an expert snowman builder...imagine carving an image out of snow, what would it be?   The Budweiser International Snow Sculpture Championship (ISSC) returns to Breckenridge, January 18th – February 7th, 2016.  The 20 ton (yes, you read that correctly) blocks of snow will start to take shape on January 18th in the Tiger Dredge lot, behind the Riverwalk Center.  Teams will be coming from all over the world and will spend up to 65 hours shaping and sculpting the snow, creating gravity defying masterpieces.   Watching them evolve is an experience like no other. These sculptors will be sculpting the snow from January 26th through January 30th. They will endure Breckenridge's harsh temperatures and

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