Summit Celebrates Autumn

By Samantha Blair | Sunday, September 30, 2018

It’s officially autumn and Summit County is packed with fun fall festivities for the whole family. Shopping, food, beer, movies and pumpkins – could you ask for anything more?

Photo: Silverthorne, Colorado Facebook

Stay Tuned Snowboard Film

Winter is coming, and Silverthorne Performing Arts Center is getting everyone excited with Absinthe Films' Stay Tuned for October First Friday on October 5. The snowboard video premier features local Olympians Red Gerrard and Kyle Mack. There will be a free band at 5:30 p.m., and the movie starts at 7 p.m.

Photo: Absinthe Films Facebook


The second annual Broken Compass LostOberfest is this Saturday, October 6, from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Shaky Hand String Band and Grant Farm will be performing live music. There will be free German-style breakfast burritos for the first 50 customers, and food trucks will be serving yummy treats throughout the day. Get into the festive spirit and take part in the costume contest and cornhole competitions.

Photo: Broken Compass Brewing Facebook

Pumpkin Fest

Kaiser Permanente and the Town of Silverthorne have teamed up for the Pumpkin Fest at Rainbow Park on Sunday, October 7, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Bring the whole family and pick out a free pumpkin! There will be a petting zoo, pony rides, fun games, a bouncy house and more.

Photo: Silverthorne Colorado Facebook

To see more Summit County events this week, check out our Daytime and Nightlife listings.

Look Out for These Local Deals

Save 10 percent on any beer, wine or liquor item in Dillon Ridge Liquors with this coupon.

Get 25 percent off the sushi and hibachi menu when you mention this Everything Summit discount before ordering at Asobi Teppanyaki in Breckenridge. Want to try Thai food instead? Head to Bangkok Happy Bowl between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. and ask for the local’s lunch menu for great discounts.

DonLo Mercantile is hosting an online sale. Agent Nature products are 40 percent off through the end of October. 

About the Author Samantha Blair
Born and raised in Breckenridge, Samantha Blair has returned to live in Summit County as a writer and ski instructor. She has written for publications, companies and organizations from Santiago, Chile, to Rhode Island. When she is not traveling abroad or visiting family on the East Coast, Samantha is enjoying all of the skiing, hiking and adventures in Summit County and around Colorado.