Frisco to celebrate civic pride week
FRISCO – Frisco’s sixth annual Pride Week begins Monday.
The annual event, from June 3 through 9, will give Frisco residents an opportunity to learn more about their town.
Citizens are invited to tour town facilities, learn about important community issues during lunchtime seminars, mingle and meet fellow residents at neighborhood picnics, and listen to a free concert.
The annual town event will conclude with a weekend events, including a June 9 concert at the Historic Park Gazebo with the Beloved Invaders.
Frisco Pride Week:
– Get to Know Your Town Tours – Little Known Faces and Places
Monday, June 3, at noon- Free luncheon at the Historic Park Gazebo.
Carly Weir will give a talk during lunch on the Summit Recycling Project. After lunch there will be tours of the Old Town Hall renovation, public works shop, water plant, sewer plant, historic Lund House at the marina, Staley House and the Nordic Center. Town staff members will lead the tours and will give insight into what’s going on around town.
– Options for First Time Homebuyers and Affordable Housing Discussion
Tuesday, June 4, at noon
Free luncheon at the Historic Park gazebo.
Speaker: Gordon Ferris of the Summit County Housing Authority.
– Noxious Weed Discussion
Wednesday, June 5 at noon – free Luncheon at the Historic Park gazebo.
Paul Schreiner, Summit County weed coordinator, will lead a weed pull work project following the luncheon.
– Neighborhood Picnic in the Parks with Councilmembers
Wednesday, June 5
5:30 pm – Work project in Walter Byron Park.
6:30 pm – Free Dinner provided at Walter Byron Park
– Landscaping Discussion
Thursday, June 6 at noon – Free Luncheon at the Historic Park Gazebo.
Neils Lunceford will present landscaping tips for high altitude gardening.
– Marina Groundbreaking Ceremony
Thursday, June 6 at 5 p.m. at entrance to marina
– Willow Preserve and Open Space Nature Walk
Thursday, June 6 at 6 p.m., meet at Willow Preserve
– Volunteer Recognition Luncheon
Friday, June 7 at noon – Free Luncheon at the Historic Park Gazebo.
Garden Grant Awards, Environmental Excellence Award announcement, and Phenomenal Frisco Awards.
– More Guys Who Cook
Saturday, June 8 at 6 p.m. at Tuscato.
For tickets, call Scott Brunvand (970) 668-5094 or Judi Amico at (970) 668-0691. Sponsored by the Frisco Chamber of Commerce.
– Kids Bike Safety Clinic / Bike Rodeo
Saturday, June 8 from 10-11:30 a.m. Frisco Town Hall.
Get your bike registered and learn the rules of the road.
– 2002 Colorado Year of Trails – Hike and trail work project.
– Concert at the Historic Park Gazebo
Sunday, June 9 from 1-3 p.m. at Frisco Historic Park Gazebo
Beloved Invaders (surfin’ music). Bring lawn chairs and blankets and relax on the grass.
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