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Sit back, relax and enjoy all things food and wine in the high country. Breckenridge’s charming mountainside locations of Main Street Station and The Village at Breckenridge will transform into mountainside vineyards featuring approximately 300 wines and small plate food pairings to accompany each sip. With more than 70 of the top and most awarded wineries from the United Status, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Portugal, New Zealand, Australia, Argentina and Chile, guests can experience what each region has to offer in wine - from big and bold to clean and crisp - as well as learning what food pairings work well to highlight each vintage and region.

Some additional highlights of this year’s festival include, music by Spinphony - a “crossover” string

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Isak Heartstone is now officially re-opened to the public. After months of hard work and collaboration between the Town of Breckenridge, Breckenridge Creative Arts and the Breckenridge Tourism Office, Breckenridge’s famous 15-foot tall wooden troll is ready to receive visitors in his new home. 

 Isak’s creator, is Danish artist Thomas Dambo, who specializes in making imaginative art pieces, furniture and more from recycled materials. Dozens of his creations can be seen around the world, including Isak.  Isak became a popular attraction in Breckenridge last year after being installed near a local trail near, a neighborhood. Almost overnight, his popularity soared and soon tourists came from far and wide to pose with Isak--creating unexpected crowds.

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Come join us for our free porch concert series with National Repertory Orchestra musicians. Stop by our Main Street office in Breckenridge for performances throughout the summer. We’ve been proud supporters of the NRO for 14 years. 

4-5pm - June 11, July 9, July 16, July 22
Located at 229 S. Main St. in Breckenridge

For nearly 60 years, the National Repertory Orchestra has helped to prepare young musicians for their respective musical careers in the heart of Breckenridge and Summit County. The NRO is a fellowship that provides a high level of musical experience for both performers and the community while upholding the mission of “Changing Lives Through Music”. Each year 1,000 musicians between 18 and 29 years old from all over the county audition

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The locals know summer can officially begin once the Town’s party has come and gone. Breckenridge Town Party, also known as the rite of passage to celebrate the move from spring to summer, is this Thursday, June 13. Come one, come all and gather with our amazing community to party on the Riverwalk Center Lawn. Admission is free for everyone and open to the public. Food and drink are available for purchase.

Breckenridge Town Party
3-8 pm. Thursday, June 13, 2019
Located at the Riverwalk Center Lawn

Live entertainment starts at 4pm. The headliner, Jacob Jolliff Band is set to begin playing at 6:45pm. Jacob Jolliff is the mandolinist from Yonder Mountain String Band, and has formed the Jacob Jolliff Band with some of his favorite jamming buddies.

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It’s an exciting time for Breckenridge Associates Real Estate, we’re celebrating our platinum anniversary in 2019 - we just turned 20!

When opening our doors on Main Street in 1999, Breckenridge was growing into what it is today - a bustling mountain town with all the attractions to make it a worthwhile destination any time of the year. As we formed the team of 10 brokers to open our business, we had the vision Breckenridge would continue to grow and thrive. Our founders had started to see bigger name brokerages entering into the local market, but continued to feel the best approach to introducing home buyers to Breckenridge was to showcase our town from a true local’s perspective and connection to the community. In 2003, we purchased and moved

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If you’ve lived in Breckenridge and Summit County, you’ll notice in recent years there’s something besides snow and sunshine that’s getting a lot of attention. More and more, we’re hearing about moose sightings and interactions in Breckenridge.

Stories of mama moose and her calves in our neighbor’s backyard can be beautiful - you get that “one with nature” feeling of “this is why I live here” to truly experience the joy of wildlife and nature. Quietly watching from your window is perhaps the best way to be in awe of these beautiful animals, but if you encounter one outside it’s best to keep great distance between you and the moose. Your chance of a sighting is best at dusk and dawn, but these days you may see a moose strolling through town on your way

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Get ready for the ultimate sensory experience in Breckenridge. The return of the WAVE: Light + Water + Sound brings a welcome exhibition to the community in late May. In this free, four-night festival, guests will experience cutting-edge sculptures, interactive art installations and live performances in a truly unique setting. The event is centered around transforming the Blue River and Breckenridge waterfront into outdoor canvases and stages to showcase contemporary public art. The works of art are exceptional when viewed with the naturally magical evening sky and Breckenridge’s scenic mountain backdrop.

Taking place May 30-June 2, 2019 from 3-11pm, the sensory-stimulating festival will appeal to curious and artistic minds with “must-see” works of

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There’s no time like springtime to hit Arapahoe Basin and a day at The Beach. Pack the car, grab some friends and some sunscreen, and hit the road early to secure prime time real estate at the top beach spot in the county, The Beach at A-Basin. Sunny days, spring skiing and riding conditions, and this endless season of snow are sure to make The Beach a perfect set up this spring.

Beach time is always a guaranteed good time, and a great excuse to bring friends together to celebrate birthdays, reunions, company parties or special occasions. The Beach backs up to three lower mountain chairlifts, so allows for the perfect access and time to kick back and relax in A-Basin’s unique setting.

Due to its popularity, The Beach fills up fast. There are

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Breckenridge has Spring Fever! Spring in Breckenridge is widely known for having the best snow in Colorado along with sunny bluebird days, special events and great deals.

Breck Pride Week, April 3-7
LGBTQ community and everyone is invited to celebrate Breck Pride with daily apres parties, on-mountain guided tours and celebrations all week long.
Location: Breckenridge Ski Resort and In Town

Breckenridge Spring Beer Festival, April 6
Brews and views, and free live music in the Colorado Rockies.
Noon-5pm, $35/person
Location: Main Street Station & The Village at Breckenridge

Imperial Challenge, April 13
It’s the 28th year for the most unique pseudo-triathlon anywhere. Ride your bike six miles from the Breckenridge Recreation Center to the base of Peak 7

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Breckenridge Ski Resort plans to extend the 2018-19 ski and snowboarding season through Memorial Day. This adds more than a month of extra skiing and riding for pass holders and resort guests for the first time in close to 20 years. The resort’s original closing date for the season was planned for April 21, and is now extended through Memorial Day, Monday, May 27. Breckenridge said it plans to operate the extended season on Peak 7, and will offer access to advanced- and expert-level terrain on Peak 8, which includes Imperial, Horseshoe and North Bowls, which are accessed by the Independent SuperChair, the Imperial Express SuperChair and the TBar. Breckenridge’s high elevation and resort positioning with north facing slopes will allow the resort to the

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