Favorite Frisco Things photo contest continues through Thursday, Jan. 2
December 7, 2013
The town of Frisco's Favorite Frisco Things photo contest is in full swing now through Thursday, Jan. 2. To mark the season of celebrating and giving thanks, three hearts are located throughout town to provide a frame for a Favorite Frisco Thing or "mobile" hearts are available for check out from the Frisco Visitor Information Center, located at 300 Main St., to frame a far-flung favorite Frisco thing.
This is a great opportunity to shine the spotlight on a favorite Frisco person, activity, restaurant, view, dog, trail, shop, moment or couple and spread the word about the passion that locals and visitors alike feel for Frisco. Two photo submissions will win a two-night stay for two at the Frisco Holiday Inn, tubing at the Frisco Adventure Park and a few favorite Frisco treats. The photo with the most votes from the public will win.
"There is an incredible amount of passion for Frisco from locals and visitors," said Stacey Campbell, of the Frisco Visitor Information Center. "I often hear folks remark that Frisco has the perfect combination of a charming Main Street, natural beauty and central location. Also, everyone has a favorite Frisco thing that they seek out in town, and now they get an opportunity to share that."
To enter a photo in the Favorite Frisco Things photo contest, go to http://www.facebook.com/TownofFrisco and click on the Frisco Favorite Things tab.
Submissions are due by Thursday, Jan. 2.
'America's Got Talent' auditions in Denver
NBC's summer reality series "America's Got Talent" has begun its nationwide search for Season 9 acts with open auditions for any age and any talent. The audition tour comes to the Colorado Convention Center on Saturday, Dec. 7, and Sunday, Dec. 8.
The auditions are a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for performers across the country to showcase their talent in 90 seconds to the series' producers, in the hopes of being able to take the stage in front of the judges. Every type of performer is welcome — last season's competitors included musicians, dancers, magicians, contortionists, comedians, singers, jugglers, animal acts and everything in between.
For updates, registration forms, audition tips, venue information and to submit an online audition, visit http://www.agtauditions.com.
Tap it Tuesday at
Dillon Dam Brewery
On Tuesday, Dec. 10, Dillon Dam Brewery will tap one 5-gallon keg of the brewmaster's special stash for Tap it Tuesday. Half-pints of the specialty brew will be available for $5 each starting at 5 p.m. while they last. This week's beer is a Black Forest Stout, Export Stout aged on Frangelico- and Cherry Grand Marnier-soaked black cherry woodchips. For more information, visit http://www.dambrewery.com.
Ribbon cutting at Beehive Breckenridge
The Breckenridge Resort Chamber will host a ribbon cutting at Beehive Breckenridge soap at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. The new location, at 308 S. Main St. in the same courtyard shops of Old South Main, is 20 steps farther, with twice as much space.
The Beehive's ribbon cutting will be in conjunction with a fundraiser for Far View Horse Rescue and will feature a special sale and $3 cupcakes, with cupcake proceeds going to Far View Horse Rescue.
For more information, visit http://stores.beehivebreckenridge.com.
One-year anniversary party at Flourish
Flourish, an artisan jewelry and artwork store in Breckenridge, will celebrate its one-year anniversary on Thursday, Dec. 12, from 5 to 7 p.m. at 226 S. Main St. Flourish is thanking its customers for a year of success with light fare, libations, sweet treats and 15 percent off any purchase.
The store will also be raffling off a unique, hand-made bracelet and a three-hour, make-and-take jewelry class with Holly Stein. For more information, call (970) 389-5301.
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