If you haven’t heard, kids rule at Keystone Resort! Daily Keystone Kidtopia events offer kids endless things to do during their visit. Kids can have a snowball fight or explore the world’s largest snowfort. They can enjoy free cookies and hot chocolate, play games, learn about so many things, do arts and crafts, and more! Checkout the main events that happen every week all season long at Keystone. The best part? Most of the events are free and for all ages! The Keystone Kidtopia Headquarters is located in the main level of Expedition Station in River Run Village, near the ice rink.
Note – dates and times are subject to change. Call (970) 496-4386 with questions.
Located in River Run, Kidtopia Headquarters is open daily from 9:30 am – 3 pm. Enjoy toys, games, and more. Great for chilly days or when you want to take a break from the outside activities!
Starting December 16, the world’s largest snowfort will be open for exploration. Have a snowball fight or pretend you are king of the castle! Fun for all ages!
At 4pm at Kidtopia Headquarters, get a free tasty treat from Chef Ned!
ISpy Keystone Scavenger Hunt
Enjoy this self-guided tour that explores the resort and starts at Kidtopia Headquarters!
Ripperoo’s Ice Cream Party!
Kids can enjoy ice cream, photo opportunities and t-shirt decorating on the 1st floor of the Mountain House Lodge on Sundays through April 1st from 3:30 – 4:30 pm.
The Keystone Science School heads the exploration of our universe on Sundays at the Kidtopia Headquarters from 5 – 6:30 pm. Highlights including learning about winter constellations, viewing celestial objects up close, and buildin a starfinder that will be theirs to take home.
Fireside Cocoa & Coloring
Mondays from 3 – 5 pm, stop in at the Bighorn Bistro and decorate your own mug next to the fire and then fill it with hot cocoa and take it home as a souvenir! No registration required and no charge!
Family Game Night
In River Run Village at Kidtopia Headquarters at Expedition Station, families can join in on board games or bingo or friendly foosball from 6:30 – 8 pm.
Stretch, Bend & Wiggle: Kid’s Yoga
At Keystone’s Lakeside Village, visit Studio K from 10:30 – 11:15 am and have some fun with a kid’s yoga class. Kids will learn how to do basic yoga and incorporate yoga as part of a healthy lifestyle.
Meet the Avy Dog
Every Tuesday from 4 – 5 pm, Keystone’s avalanche dogs will be ready to meet and greet guests as they learn about what the dog’s do and how they are an asset to the team. Meet the dogs at the Kidtopia Headquarters.
Super Snowy Science
Meet at Kidtopia Headquarters from 5:30 – 7 pm and learn about the science of snow. Keystone Science School instructors lead a class teaching about types of snow crystals, layers of snow, life-cycle of snow and more. All ages are welcome and you don’t even have to register in advance, just ‘snow’ up!
Kids (and their parents) can learn about all the different kinds of animals that call Keystone their home. Put on by Friends of the Dillon Ranger Disctrict, this is a hands on class for everyone! Meet at River Run Kidtopia Headquarters across from the Dercum Ice Rink at 2 pm, for this hourlong class, every Wednesday through April 8.
Winter Movie Matinee
Curl up with a good movie every Wednesday starting at 4pm at the Kidtopia Headquarters! Movies average about an hour and a half.
Here’s the 2017 / 2018 Winter Film Lineup (subject to change):
December 6 – Anastasia
December 13 – Elf
December 20 – Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
December 27 – Frozen
January 3 – The Book of Life
January 10 – Paddington
January 17 – Snow Day
January 24 – Peter Pan
January 31 – The Peanuts Movie
February 7 – Cool Runnings (Olympics)
February 14 – Ratatouille (Kidtopia Culinary Festival)
February 21 – Leap!
February 28 – Moana
March 7 – Sing! (Kidtopia Music Experience)
March 14 – The Princess and the Frog
March 21 – Storks
March 28 – The Good Dinosaur
April 4 – The Little Mermaid
Old-Fashioned Tubing with Ripperoo
Head over to the Keystone Nordic Center in West Keystone for some tubing. Walk up and slide down or build a snowman, Thursdays from 2 – 3 pm.
Cupcakes and Canvas
Every Thursday from 5 – 6 pm, kids can explore their creative side as an art teach guides them to create a masterpiece and enjoy a cupcake! This class is $15 per person and reservations are required, call (970) 496-4386. The class is for kids ages 3 or older and their parents and includes the canvas, all supplies, instruction and a cupcake!
Wacky Tacky Party!
On Fridays, Kidtopia Headquarters turns up the volume with their Wacky Tack Party! Dance music, party games, prizes and face painting and a fun craft to make and take home. Join the party from 5 – 7 pm on Friday afternoons.
Crafter-er-noon & Face Painting
Be at the Keystone Kidtopia headquarters starting at 12:30 until 3 pm on Saturdays for face painting and free crafts!
Ripperoo’s Village Parade
Join Ripperoo as he parades through the village with friends and dance performers, hop on his float! Parade starts at 4pm in River Run.
River Run Fireworks
To cap off a wonderful weekend in the mountains, direct your eyes to the mountains for the weekly Saturday night fireworks display! Fireworks start at 7 pm through March 10 and 8 pm for the remainder of the ski season.
Be sure to take advantage of some of these fun, kid-friendly events while you are visiting Keystone this winter. Most events are free to attend and parents are always welcome! Keystone is the place for kids!
If you really want to make the most of your holiday weekend, why not take your family to Keystone for a nice ski vacation? Instead of stressing over a big meal and having to clean the house, spread out in a spacious condo and leave the cooking to someone else! Spend your time with your family instead!
Spend the weekend skiing together, watching football, playing games and enjoying each other’s company. Take advantage of Keystone’s great dining options and instead of spending all of your time in the kitchen, enjoy a great family holiday meal that someone else prepares! Try some of Keystone’s best restaurants such as the Alpenglow Stube, Der Fondue Chessel or the Ski Tip Lodge for a delicious Thanksgiving spread. For something in River Run, check out Zuma Roadhouse. You can also find nice family menus at Bighorn Bistro and the Snake River Saloon in Mountain House.
Support your team by sporting your football jersey out on the slopes! You’ll notice that most people stay in on Thursday, meaning you’ll have the slopes to yourself! If you do want to cook your family meal, you can rest easy knowing that your rental condo is stocked with plenty of cooking supplies to make that perfect meal. We require each of our vacation rentals to have a standard inventory of cooking items such as pots, pans, knives, cutting boards, utensils and more.
Arrive on Wednesday evening and just relax. On Thursday, enjoy a family day together skiing and of course eating a big meal, and then more skiing and more eating leftovers! Friday morning, the diehard shoppers can head into town and enjoy Black Friday Deals at the Silverthorne Outlets Mall! Talk about great deals, the outlets are a shopping lover’s dream come true and every year the deals get better and better! On Saturday, head into River Run Village and attend the Welcome Winter Family Carnival. This free event happens every year and is the official ‘winter kickoff’ party. Enjoy tons of activities and games for the kids, along with live music and winter-themed drink specials for the adults. Watch as the holiday tree lights up and the village lights begin their ‘dance’ for the holiday season. Santa and his reindeer will also be around for visits with the kids.
Create a new tradition this year of skiing with your family on Thanksgiving at Keystone Ski Resort in Colorado! The fresh, crisp mountain air and exercise sure beats a stuffy, crowded house any day! You’ll love waking up early on Thanksgiving morning to hit the slopes. Book a condo at The Springs Condos to be close to the gondola so you can head back to the condo periodically throughout the day for Thanksgiving goodies, such as a slice of pumpkin pie and to check on the score of the big game! If you aren’t into downhill skiing or snowboarding, grab a pair of snow shoes, cross-country nordic skis or ice skates and head outside!
Take advantage of our new lowered Thanksgiving weekend rates. Book early for the best property selections, especially if you are traveling with a large or extended family. We have everything from small ski studio condos, to medium size townhomes up to 5 and 6 bedroom private homes for a large family or even multiple families or a big group of friends!
Looking for something to do today? Head to Keystone today to watch or run in the Das Bier Burner 5K, followed by Keystone Oktoberfest.
Same-day registration for the race will be going on in River Run Village this morning from 8:15 am until 11:15 am, with the race starting at noon. Your entry will get you an event t-shirt, goody bag filled with all sorts of fun schwag as well as a complimentary brat and beer after the race. A portion of the proceeds of this event supports the SOS Outreach of Summit County. The course is fairly flat and follows the paved Keystone bike path for most of the route, heading towards East Keystone, through Settler’s Creek and back towards the village along the Snake River. The atmosphere is FUN and all ages and abilities are welcome! Enjoy checking out the great costumes and vote for your favorite to win the best costume prize! Prizes include Freshies Gourmet Cocktail Drink Baskets, free stay vouchers with SummitCove Lodging, beer- themed items such as event beer steins and more!
Not planning on running? Head to the village anyways and grab a cowbell to cheer on the runners starting around 12:15. At 1pm, Keystone Oktoberfest kicks off in the village with Oktoberfest beer tasting, food vendors and live music from the local favorite Those Austrian Guys and polka dancing! There will also be plenty of kids activities taking place and this event is free to attend, with the option to purchase food and drink.
Don’t miss Keystone’s last summer festival as we send away summer in the sunshine! Spend the whole weekend in Keystone by booking a condo with us at a discounted summer rate.
If it slipped your mind to signup for Colorado’s most fun 5K – don’t worry! You can still signup online for the Das Bier Burner 5k until 6pm this evening, Friday September 1 or in person tomorrow on race day in River Run Village from 8:15 am until 11:15 am.
The Das Bier Burner 5K is in its 4th year and is put on by your favorite property management and vacation rental company, SummitCove! Portions of the proceeds of this event go to support our long-time charity partner, the SOS Outreach. The SOS Outreach provides opportunities for underprivileged youth to gain life experiences through adventure programs and mentoring. You’ll see some of the SOS kids out on the course on race day cheering you on and acting as some of our course marshalls.
The race starts right in the heart of Keystone’s River Run Village, at the entrance, near the Montezuma parking lot. You’ll find that the atmosphere is fun and relaxed and not too competitive! We have kids and adults, young and old, from all athletic abilities come out to participate in the event. Walking or running, some pushing a stroller, making their way to the finish line to ‘EARN’ their complimentary brat from New Moon Cafe and New Belgium beer that is provided after the race at Keystone Oktoberfest! Each runner also receives a commemorative event t-shirt and goody bag with their check-in packet.
Costumes are HIGHLY encouraged for this event and we have seen some great ones over the years. Lederhosen and Dirndls are very popular, as well as anything with a beer theme! We even had a recent bride and groom run in their wedding attire in a past race! The SummitCove Yetis will be on site cheering the runners on and pumping up the crowd! Prizes are awarded across multiple age brackets in the first through third finishers as well as prizes for best male and female costume!
If you are going to be in the mountains this weekend, head to Keystone tomorrow morning to participate in the Das Bier Burner 5K, starting at 12pm! Sign up TODAY using code ‘LASTMINUTE’ to get 50% off your entry! Check in early tonight at the SummitCove front desk from 3 – 9 pm. Earn your Oktoberfest brats and beer this year, all while supporting a great cause… see you on the course!
Labor Day Weekend in Keystone is jam packed with fun activities to enjoy with your friends or family. Book a condo and head out for a fun weekend in the mountains!
Head up to Keystone on Friday and take advantage of free scenic gondola rides and the Friday Afternoon Club. Relax with a beer on an adirondack chair as you take in the spectacular 360 views and listen to the band play. Challenge your friends to a game of cornhole or ladder golf or even head on an easy hike around the top of the mountain. Friday evening enjoy a horse carriage ride out to the Soda Creek Homestead for ‘Brats, Belgians and Brews’ dinner, complete with a cowboy entertainer and campfire!
On Saturday, kick off the day with the Das Bier Burner 5K fun run starting at noon. This event is one of Colorado’s favorite 5K’s – a great value and a ton of fun. Every runner gets a commemorative event t-shirt and goody bag with their registration, as well as a complimentary brat and beer (for those 21+) after the race at Keystone Oktoberfest! The race starts and finishes at the entrance of River Run Village. The course mostly follows the Keystone bike path, circling out to East Keystone along Montezuma Road, through Settler’s Creek and The Adlers, around Red Hawk Townhomes, past the Snake River and on the outskirts of the village. The final yards push through the heart of the village as onlookers cheer you on with cowbells! Costumes are encouraged and there are plenty of prizes awarded at this event. Register today at www.DasBierBurner.com.
After the race, head right into Keystone Oktoberfest in the River Run Plaza from 1 – 6 pm. Enjoy plenty of Oktoberfest Beers and German themed- cuisines as you participate in polka dancing and PROST-ing all afternoon long! Live music starts with the Summit Concert Band and then rolls into Those Austrian Guys as the highlight of the day! This is a family-friendly event and there will be plenty of kids activities available as well, such as face painting and a bounce castle! Purchase an Oktoberfest beer stein for $35 and get 3 free fill ups!
Finally on Sunday, top off the weekend at A Taste of Keystone. This foodie event happens around the lake in Lakeside Village, offering food samples from some of Keystone’s best chefs and restaurants. Tasting tickets are just a dollar each, so each lunch in the form of tastings! Live music will be on site along with paddle board rentals if you want to get out on the water. Stroll around the lake and take in the great views as you fill up your belly on great food!
In between all of these fun weekend events, be sure to make time for a nice hike or bike ride. Mountain View Sports offers all of our summer guests discounted bike rentals and there is a wonderful paved bike path that runs all the way through Keystone into Dillon or around the lake. There are also countless hiking trails in and around the Keystone Resort area. Try the Keystone Aqueduct Trail for an easy going hike with a view!
Take advantage of some of the last days of summer! Book a condo with SummitCove Lodging and take 25% off summer stays through the end of September at select properties when you book with the promotional code ‘BUCKETLIST’.
Summer is well underway and Fall will be here before you know it, with kids back to school, cooler temperatures and of course, Oktoberfest celebrations. Send off summer right with one last mountain getaway in Keystone over Labor Day weekend.
The 4th annual Das Bier Burner 5K is scheduled for Saturday, September 2, 2017 in Keystone. This fun ‘beer’ run features a smooth course over rolling hills, mostly on a paved bike path, starting and finishing in Keystone’s River Run Village.
Runners will enjoy the serene setting and great mountain views throughout the race! All ages are welcome and this event is family-friendly; you can even push a stroller if you want to run with your little ones! Every runner receives a reusable goody bag and t-shirt at check-in, as well as a free brat and a beer (for those over 21+) after the race! Come up early on Friday night to get a good night’s rest and check-in early from 1 – 8 pm at the SummitCove check-in office. All registered runners receive 35% off weekend lodging with SummitCove. If you can’t make it on Friday, get checked in for the race near the River Run Village entrance on Ida Belle drive from 8:45 – 11:30 am on Saturday morning. Same day registrations will be accepted unless the race has already sold out, but same-day t-shirts are not always a guarantee, so why not register now?
This event supports charity partner, the SOS Outreach. This non-profit organization works with underprivileged youth, ages 8 – 18, to promote growth, skills and personal development through outdoor sports programs such as skiing, mountain biking and climbing. A portion of the proceeds of this event go directly to the Summit County SOS Outreach group. You will see some of their kids out on the course on race day cheering you on!
The race starts at 12pm with a mass start and heads out towards East Keystone down Montezuma road. Soon the course heads south, up and around Settler’s Creek Townhomes and down near the Snake River. Runners will kick it into high gear as they pass by the gondola and head into the finish, lapping around River Run as they are cheered on by the SummitCove Yeti and other fans armed with lots of cowbells!
This event is nothing but fun for everyone involved! Costumes are highly encouraged, whether it’s your Yeti suit, lederhosen or dirndls! A ‘Best Costume’ prize will be awarded during the prize ceremony. Whether you enjoy a leisurely jog, fast-paced walk or are obsessed with coming in the top 10, this race is for you. If you are one of those hoping to cross the finish line first, you are in for some great prizes! Prizes change from year to year, but past year’s prizes have included custom event beer steins, Freshie’s gift baskets, zip lining tours, free lodging in Keystone, sports equipment, snowmobiling, beer socks and more!
Keystone Oktoberfest kicks off directly after the race at 1pm, which is where you can enjoy your complimentary brat from New Moon Cafe and New Belgium beer. The ‘Summit Concert Band’ kicks things off at 1pm and then local Oktoberfest favorite, ‘Those Austrian Guys’ start 2pm and play all afternoon until the last ‘Prost’ at 6pm. There will be lots of fun kid’s activities happening including free face painters, a bounce house and the Edelweiss Schuhplattlers, Polka Dancers, who will encourage everyone to dance! You’ll also find some great deals at the River Run Merchant tent sale as they clear out the summer inventory and get ready for winter. German themed food and beer will be served all afternoon. Commemorative Keystone Oktoberfest mugs are available for purchase in advance for $35 with 3 refills.
What are you waiting for? Register today for the Das Bier Burner 5K, happening in Keystone on September 2!
One of Keystone’s longest running and most-loved festivals is back in Keystone on August 5 and 6. The Bluegrass and Beer Festival is celebrating its 21st year, bringing great music and delicious beer to Keystone’s River Run Village. This fun festival features beer tastings from over 40 breweries, many from Colorado including Baker’s Brewery, Bruz Beers, New Belgium, Oskar Blues, Left Hand Brewing, Crazy Mountain, Lone Tree and more. Purchase a one-day or weekend glass-pass to enjoy all the beer samples you can handle! SummitCove Lodging has some great deals when you purchase your tickets and lodging together, plus you’ll receive a free beer in your condo when you check-in!
That’s right – FREE BEER! All guests staying with SummitCove who purchase a Bluegrass & Beer lodging and ticket package will receive a complimentary in-room beer bomber from our partner Bruz Beer, hailing from Denver Colorado, waiting for you nice and cold when you check-in to kickoff the Bluegrass and Beer weekend!
Warm Colorado sunshine and great Bluegrass tunes flood River Run Village with live music across 3 stages, including an intimate acoustic stage at the Quaking Aspen Amphitheatre. This year’s incredible Bluegrass Line-Up includes artists like The Lonesome Days, The Wooks, The River Arkansas, Liver Down the River, Wood & Wire, The Railsplitters, Brothers Comatose and back for another year headliner Peter Rowan Band, in addition to many others.
If you are looking to be in the heart of the action, be sure to check out our River Run Village properties. Book early to get the best selection and if you’re lucky, you can get a property with a balcony that overlooks the festival! If you are looking for a quintessential Colorado summer weekend, the Bluegrass and Beer festival is the perfect event with great music, beautiful scenery and great beer. Take a morning hike before the festival or enjoy a ride up the gondola. On your day off, book a whitewater rafting trip with Performance Tours or a fun and scenic downhill bike tour down Vail Pass with Mountain View Sports and their ‘Ride the Pass’ tours. No matter what you plan, it will certainly be one of the best weekends of your summer! Book your Bluegrass and Beer weekend package with SummitCove here.
If fun and great weather are what you love, than the Keystone Wine & Jazz Festival today is a sure bet. It’s not too late to join in on the fun today. The Sunday schedule still has plenty of entertainment with four concerts, a wine tasting, wine seminar and lots of delicious festival food from local venders. My favorite food that I tried from yesterday was the crab stuffed ravioli smothered in cheese and I can’t wait to get over there and find out what my new favorite will be today.
We all sampled a myriad of red and white wines which flow in abundance as you walk through the festival and why wouldn’t it with over 300 varieties of wine available. Come on out to the festival today with your friends or family. Parking is free and located across from the venue, close and easy. Stop by the SummitCove tent for some shwag and a complimentary photo with the SummitCove Yeti. This is a family friendly event and kids are welcome!
Location & Schedule for Sunday:
Located in River Run Village at 100 Dercum Square, Keystone, CO 80435
10:30-12:30 Prosecco & Pancakes
12:00-1:00 Concert Flatirons Jazz Orchestra
1:00 Concert Debbie Strafford
12:30-4:00 Concert Joel Rodney
1:00-5:00 River Run Village Grand Tasting
1:00-5:00 Festival Food Vendors
1:00-5:00 Kid Zone
1:30 Concert Phil Denny Band
2:00-3:00 Wine Seminar “Willy Wonka’s Wild Wine Ride”
3:00-5:00 Concert Vincent Ingala
SummitCove Lodging has some great last-minute deals on lodging for the festival, with properties right in River Run Village, you won’t have to worry about driving home after the festivities. Enjoy the beautiful summer weather in the mountains today! Remember, the festival is free to attend, but if you want to taste wine, you can purchase a ticket at the Will Call office near Silver Mill in River Run Village. You can also purchase food and drinks a la carte without a grand tasting pass.
Get your grape on this weekend, July 15th and 16th at the annual Keystone Wine and Jazz Festival. This weekend is definitely a favorite amongst the locals! Wine and Jazz Fest is jam packed with fun events like Prosecco and Pancakes, Flat Irons Jazz Orchestra, wine tastings and so much more! Wine and cheese along with other food pairings will be happening throughout the entire weekend along with some amazing reserve wine tastings! This is a Colorado Wine festival you will not want to miss! You can view the whole weekend’s schedule of events here. Check out our Wine and Jazz Taster’s Dream Package which offers two nights lodging in River Run and two one-day Grand Tasting Tickets to the event, starting at just $481! Live music includes artists Scruffy Pearls, Joel Rodney Siemion, Brian Simpson Band, Michael Lington, the Flatirons Jazz Orchestra, Phil Denny Band and Vincent Ingala.
Looking for some other activities to do this weekend? On Friday, head up to the top of the mountain for the Friday Afternoon Club, with live music from Dewey Paul. Spend the afternoon hiking around, enjoying the views and playing yard games such as cornhole, slacklining or ladder golf! On Saturday, take the kids to tie-dye a t-shirt from 3 – 5 pm. Head out on a bike ride on the beautiful bike path which flows along the Snake River in Keystone. Ride all the way to Dillon and stop for a cocktail at the Tiki Bar or even ride all the way around the Dillon Reservoir! Prefer to hike? The Keystone Aqueduct Trail is a great trail for all ages that offers great views of Keystone and the Gore Range Mountains. You may also want to book a whitewater rafting adventure while you are here with Performance Tours rafting. The activities are endless – but summer is not! Head to Keystone this weekend for the Wine and Jazz Festival and some fun, before summer is over!
Fall is the perfect opportunity to take a weekend vacation up to the mountains! The Aspen leaves are beginning to change, the crowds are diminishing and there are plenty of events to take advantage of in the high country. If you’re headed to Keystone this weekend, here are a few things that you can check out in Summit County while enjoying the fall weather!
Starting this Friday, September 9th, Keystone’s Restaurant Week begins! Enjoy delicious eats at a great price. Throughout River Run Village, restaurants will be featuring specials as well as live music. Keystone’s Restaurant week goes through September 9th – 18th.
Music Schedule for Keystone Restaurant Week
|Date||Feature Restaurant||Local Musician||Time|
|Friday, Sept. 9||Spoon Café||Randall McKinnon||4pm – 6pm|
|Saturday, Sept. 10||Café FreshLuigi’s Pasta House||Randall McKinnonRandall McKinnon||12pm to 2pm4pm to 6pm|
|Sunday, Sept. 11||New Moon Café||Drew Andrew Reges||12pm to 2pm|
|Monday, Sept. 12||Kickapoo Tavern||Beau Thomas||4pm to 6pm|
|Tuesday, Sept. 13||Pizza on the Run||Beau Thomas||4pm to 6pm|
|Wednesday, Sept. 14||Zuma Roadhouse||John Truscelli||4pm to 6pm|
|Thursday, Sept. 15||9280’ Tap House||Jess Moidel||4pm to 6pm|
|Friday, Sept. 16||Kickapoo Tavern||John Truscelli||4pm to 6pm|
|Saturday, Sept. 17||New Moon CaféPizza on the Run||Randall McKinnonRandall McKinnon||12pm to 2pm4pm to 6pm|
|Sunday, Sept 18||Inxpot||Drew Andrew Reges||12pm to 2pm|
Luigi’s Pasta House
2 for 1 all entrees: September 9, 10 and 11th only. Restaurant closes September 12th.
Feature Spotlight: Sat Sept 19th with Randall McKinnon 4-6pm
All 10 days: 2 for 1 Burgers.
Feature Spotlight special: Surf & Turf- 10 ox Aspen Ridge Ribeye with a Jumbo Shrimp Skewer w/ 2 sides $29.99
Feature Spotlight: Mon Sept 12 with Beau Thomas 4 – 6pm & Fri Sept 16 with John Truscelli 4 – 6pm
40% off all entrees and burgers.
Feature Spotlight: Wed Sept 14 with John Truscelli 4 – 6pm
$3 Beer specials, $5 mojitos, Buy one sandwich or salad get second one half off. Sept 9 & 10th only. Restaurant closes September 11th.
Feature Spotlight: Friday September 9th with Randall McKinnon 4 – 6pm.
New Moon Café
Feature Spotlight Special: $3 all beer all day. $2 off all Panini all day.
Feature Spotlight: Sun Sept 11 with Drew Andrew Reges 12 – 2pm & Sat Sept 17 with Randall McKinnon 12 – 2pm
Pizza on the Run
$3 Drafts all 10 days.
Featured Spotlight Specials 9/13 & 9/17: ½ price pizzas all day! Food Specials Daily!
Feature Spotlight: Sat Sept 17 with Randall McKinnon 4 – 6pm & Tues Sept 13 with Beau Thomas 4 – 6pm
Feature Spotlight Special: $4 Seasoned Beef Fajitas w/ grilled onions & yellow/ green peppers. Sides: cheddar cheese, corn & flour tortillas, guacamole, salsa, sour cream, black beans.
Feature Spotlight: Sat Sept 10 Patio Party in Buffalo Courtyard with Randall McKinnon 12 – 2pm
10 Day Special: 10% off sushi Friday and Saturday night, $4 Sapporo on sushi nights
$8 Lunch special every day, $5 Breakfast Burrito every day, $1 off Nitro Cold Brew, Buy one get one half off Pastries by Pauli, 15% off all fall latte flavors (pumpkin, maple and butter pecan).
Feature Spotlight: Sun Sept 18th with Drew Andrew Reges 12-2pm
Feature Spotlight Special: $5 Blackberry mimosa, $5 Bacon bloody Mary, ½ off Biscuits and Gravy
9280’ Tap House
10 Day Special: Tap House Tacos and side with a beer or soft drink for $10 (Choices include Cod, Tempura Shrimp, Pork or Chicken).
Feature Spotlight: Thurs Sept 15 with Jess Moidel 4 – 6pm
On Saturday, Summit County will be hosting it’s first triathlon,106 West Tri
, which also boasts being the ‘highest’ triathlon in the world at 10,291 feet. The race starts with a 1.2 mile swim in Lake Dillon (a new privilege that has never been allowed before), a 56 mile cycle race that will pass right through Keystone and up Montezuma road and finishing with 13.1 mile run around part of the Lake.Book discounted event lodging with SummitCove here.
This event will be a blast to watch, and you may even be able to see the bikers from your Keystone condo!
Head over to Lake Dillon Drive between 9am and 2pm to check out the Dillon Farmer’s Market this Friday! Grab lunch and catch the live music while you browse the local food and crafts for sale.
And you won’t want to miss the last summer concert at the Dillon Amphitheater, The John Truscelli Band. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the sunset at this gorgeous outdoor venue. Show starts at 7pm.
Arapahoe Basin is hosting their final summer event on September 11th, a Clam Bake and Oyster Boil! Head over to the base of the mountain for live music and an open bar from 3pm-6pm. Buy an adult ticket for $42 or a child ticket for $15, to enjoy a picnic style meal on the deck. To check availability and make a reservation, call A-Basin Guest Services at888-272-7246
Check out local artists from all over Colorado this Saturday and Sunday at Frisco Fall Fest. Meet the artists, and maybe find something to take back home from 10am – 5pm each day. There will also be a beer and margarita garden open daily to suit everyone’s taste! Saturday features free live music from Caribou Mountain Collective from 12 – 2pm, and Page 6ix from 3 – 5pm.
And if you want to make it a long weekend, head into town Thursday night to catch a free show at the Barkley Ballroom by Northern Strangers – a psychedelic folk rock band, joined, and Float like a Buffalo – a folk, funk, rock influenced group.
If you missed Keystone’s Oktoberfest last weekend, you still have a chance to “Prost!” with your friends at the Breckenridge Oktoberfest this weekend! Grab a Paulaner Beir and german cuisine on Friday from 2 – 6pm, Saturday 11 – 6pm and Sunday11 – 5pm, on Breckenridge Main Street.
This weekend Copper Mountain is hosting the Dirty Girls Mud Run! Start the weekend off by heading to C. B. Grill at 7pm to enjoy Wine Night benefiting Bright Pink, a non profit focused on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer. Saturday morning, the 3.1 mile (5K) obstacle course starts at 10am, and is followed by a costume contest and live music in the village. Finish the weekend out strong with Sunrise Yoga at 7am, followed by Bennies and Bubbly Brunch at JJ’s Tavern. And for those of you with energy left after all of that – sign up for the Golf Tournament at Copper Creek Golf Course! Tee-time is 11am. Event tickets are available individually, as well as in a combined package.