Frisco Free Family Fun Fair returns Saturday, Aug. 15
If you go
What: Frisco Free Family Fun Fair
When: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 15
Where: Frisco Adventure Park, 616 Recreation Way, Frisco
More information: Call (970) 453-2234, or visit http://www.friscofreefamilyfunfair.com.
The Frisco Free Family Fun Fair will offer free activities for Summit County families and visitors on Saturday, Aug. 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Frisco Adventure Park. Families are invited to take part in free activities such as the Cave of Confusion, giant climbing wall, quad bungee jumper, bouncy castles, inflatable slide, rolling zorb balls, balloon animals and face painting. Plus, there will be live performances on the Summit Ford Stage, including two magic performances by Magic Matt, live music from Boulder-based kids group Jeff & Paige and a super hero training camp.
Parents are also given the opportunity to check out local sponsors and vendors offering services, food, information and sign-ups for activities. Parents are encouraged to bring money for kid’s snacks, treats and for other on-site vendors.
“This is such a great opportunity for families to bring their kids out for a day of fun and gives parents an opportunity to let their kids have fun in a safe environment with tons of activities,” said Jen Radueg, event director for Radiate Live Events. “We partner with the town of Frisco and our sponsors to make this event happen each year. We love bringing in new elements, and this year, we are excited to have Magic Matt, as well as Spiderman visiting us at the event. It will be a fun and special day.”
This year, the Frisco Free Family Fun Fair will also include a Strider for Life bike race benefiting Flight for Life. Day-of registration will begin at 10 a.m., with races starting at 11 a.m. Registration is $10 and will include a Strider for Life T-shirt and race bike plate for the first 100 riders. Preregistration is available at Stork & Bear Co., located at 610 Main St. in Frisco, or by emailing Brittany Gilbert at firstname.lastname@example.org. There will also be a silent auction with items such as Strider Bikes and an Arapahoe Basin Ski Area season pass.
“The partnership with Always Mountain Time and their radio stations, KSMT and the Lift, allows us to bring a really interesting, free family event to the Frisco Adventure Park,” said Vanessa Agee, director of marketing and communications for the town of Frisco. “We encourage families to bring their bikes to the Flight for Life fundraiser or to just tool around the pump track at the bike park. Or they can bring along their skateboards and check out the skate park. People will see what an incredible free summer amenity the Frisco Adventure Park really is.”
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