Events Calendar

There’s always something to do in our little mountain town! Use the filters below to view different types of events.

Jan
2
Thu
Artist Hours @ Arts District Campus
Jan 2 – Apr 30 all-day

Patrons who demonstrate skill in specific medium can rent the following studios hourly:

Fuqua Livery Stable – Woodworking
The Hot Shop – Glassblowing/Lampworking, Metalsmithing + Welding
Randall Barn – Painting, Printmaking + Textiles

Studio rental includes the space + tools. Some materials available for use or purchase.

Campus is closed on Mondays and will be closed on 4/23 + 4/24.

To schedule artist hours, email drea@breckcreate.org.

Apr
7
Tue
Breckenridge Heritage Alliance: High Line Railroad Park @ High Line Railroad Park
Apr 7 all-day
Park open year-round sunrise to sunset. Museum open June-September.
189 Boreas Pass Rd.
 
Train lovers will delight in Engine No. 9, one of the few remaining narrow gauge locomotives that once braved the treacherous mountain passes. Located near the original track into Breckenridge from Boreas Pass, the park also has a rotary snowplow, a replica C&S caboose and flatcar, and a train-themed playground.
Breckenridge Heritage Alliance: Breckenridge Sawmill Museum @ Breckenridge Sawmill Museum
Apr 7 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

The historic homes, stores, and mines still standing in Breckenridge today could not have existed without the sawmills that processed trees cleared from local hillsides. One of our newest attractions, the sawmill museum offers a self-guided tour of the equipment used by early frontiersmen to cut and prepare timbers for construction.

Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio
Apr 7 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Open Studios are an opportunity to explore a medium independently. Studio technicians will be present to orient participants, but these sessions are not led by an instructor. Prior to attending on Open Studio session, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. Prices are $16 for non-members and $12 for members. Clay is available for purchase at Old Masonic Hall. $10 for 12.5 lbs + $20 for 25 lbs.

 

Studio Tech: Sinjin McNicholl

Beginner Welding @ Hot Shop
Apr 7 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

In this beginner welding class, students will learn oxy-acetylene welding techniques to produce unique sculptural projects. Our instructor will also cover: methods for identifying metals; surface preparation for scrap welding; and aesthetic and protective surface treatment for finished pieces. No prior experience is required, and materials are included in the cost for this class.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. The cost of the class includes metal, use of tools, and other studio equipment.

Instructor: Lou Bibeau

Elks Lodge Dinner @ Elks Lodge
Apr 7 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Come enjoy a free hot meal every Tuesday at the Elk’s Lodge.

Free Community Dinner @ St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church
Apr 7 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Free Community Dinner @ St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church

St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church offers a delicious FREE Community Meal every Tuesday, all year ’round, in the Parish Hall from 6 – 7:00 p.m.

We open our doors and hearts to provide food and fellowship for our community, neighbors, and parishioners. Everyone who would like to share a meal with us is welcome!  Do you know people in town who might enjoy a hearty meal and some fellowship? Invite them to join us as well!

Apr
8
Wed
Breckenridge Heritage Alliance: High Line Railroad Park @ High Line Railroad Park
Apr 8 all-day
Park open year-round sunrise to sunset. Museum open June-September.
189 Boreas Pass Rd.
 
Train lovers will delight in Engine No. 9, one of the few remaining narrow gauge locomotives that once braved the treacherous mountain passes. Located near the original track into Breckenridge from Boreas Pass, the park also has a rotary snowplow, a replica C&S caboose and flatcar, and a train-themed playground.
Breckenridge Heritage Alliance: Breckenridge Sawmill Museum @ Breckenridge Sawmill Museum
Apr 8 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

The historic homes, stores, and mines still standing in Breckenridge today could not have existed without the sawmills that processed trees cleared from local hillsides. One of our newest attractions, the sawmill museum offers a self-guided tour of the equipment used by early frontiersmen to cut and prepare timbers for construction.

Breckenridge Heritage Alliance: Red, White & Blue Fire Museum
Apr 8 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

The Breckenridge Fire Department dates back to 1880, when volunteer firefighters used hand-powered equipment to fight the catastrophic fires that swept through town. Find an original ladder cart, restored hose cart, uniforms and more at the Red, White & Blue Fire Museum, available for tours with a modern firefighter and as a rental for kids’ parties and events.

The museum is open year-round with tours lead by modern firefighters; please visit the Red, White & Blue Fire Station (next to the museum) or call 970-453-2474 to arrange a tour.