Is it Too Late to Order a Tux for Summit High Prom 2018?

Well, the week of Summit High School's prom is upon us, and that means it's getting down to the wire for ordering your tuxedo! Of course everyone was on spring break last week, so don't worry, you're not alone if you just suddenly realized prom was less than a week away. And there's still time--just not much! Feel free to give us a call to ask questions, but here's some basic info about last-minute prom rentals:

Q. Is it too late to rent a tuxedo for prom?

A. No, it's not too late until Friday at 2 pm, but there are two important things to keep in mind: Shipping costs go up with each passing day, and availability is limited so you might not get your first choice. Also be aware that the ordering process can take a while as we try to secure your first, second, third, fourth, etc. choice until we find something that will work.

Q. Uh oh, I'm reading this AFTER Friday at 2 pm. Is there anything you can do?

A. Maybe. No promises, but call us at 970-668-5732 or stop by at 299 Main Street in Frisco, and we'll see if there is any way we can help.

Q. How much does it cost to rent an outfit?

A. The cost of a complete outfit ranges from around $100 to $140, pre-tax. There's also a $7 accidental damage waiver added to each rental. Shoes cost $25 to rent. For prom we are doing a free upgrade to microfiber shirts, which come in black, white, ivory, light blue or pink, and are available in fitted or regular styles. We also provide a pocket square at no cost. For a price list of our regular prices click here and scroll down.

At this point in the game, there will also be additional shipping charges, ranging from $20 to $70. These charges increase each day, so the sooner you can get in here, the better.

Q. So how does the process work?

A. First, we do measurements and choose styles and colors. Then, while you're still in the shop, we place the order, trying for your first choice, then if it isn't available, we keep trying different options until we are able to reserve an outfit. 

Q. Do I pay now or later? 

A. When you place the order we ask for a $50 non-refundable deposit that goes towards the cost of the tux. The balance is due when you pick it up.

Q. What are your hours?

A. During prom week we are open from 10-6 every day, and often we end up staying later. On Tuesday, April 24 I am planning to stay late in order to accommodate those with after school commitments, but please call to let me know if you'd like to come in after 6 so I will know to wait for you!

If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to call us at 970-668-5732.

 

 

 

Wassail Days!

It's hard to believe Thanksgiving is already over... and it's almost December!

That also means it's almost time for Wassail Days, the official kickoff of the holiday season here on Frisco Main Street.

 Speaking of warm drinks...this is just a small sample of the mugs we have available here at Frisco Fun & Formal!

Speaking of warm drinks...this is just a small sample of the mugs we have available here at Frisco Fun & Formal!

If you're not familiar with Wassail Days, this fun event is 10 days during which businesses on Frisco Main Street serve up their own version of wassail (spiced cider) for you to sample. If you try 12 different wassails and get stamps on your "12 Sips of Wassail" cards, then turn them in at the Visitor Information Center, you earn a commemorative mug. (Supplies are limited--so if you want a mug, don't wait until the last minute to start wassailing!)

Wassail Days also offers up a bunch of fun activities throughout the ten days, beginning on Friday night with the tree lighting ceremony beginning at 5:30 in Frisco Historic Park. Friday night we'll be staying open late and serving up treats along with the wassail.

Each year we look forward to this season, with the snow-capped peaks, the colorful lights and decorations lining our quaint and festive Main Street, and everyone getting into the holiday spirit. 

We're excited to be trying out a new wassail recipe this year, so please stop by and let us know what you think! 

Enjoy Your Summer With Events For Families In Summit County, Colorado

Many people think of Summit County's resort areas as primarily for winter skiing. What you might not know is that those same resorts are excellent locations to take your family for the ultimate, stress-free family vacation during the summer months as well.

 Get the kiddos out for a hike! With abundant hiking trails in the area, you can find the perfect day hike for any level.

Get the kiddos out for a hike! With abundant hiking trails in the area, you can find the perfect day hike for any level.

There are numerous opportunities to enjoy day trips to the unique vistas that the mountains provide. Activities such as rock climbing, biking, hiking, ATV trips, rappelling, whitewater rafting, horseback riding and boating are just a small sample of the summer activities that the mountains have to offer. Do a little research online or contact one of our local visitor centers and you'll be well on your way to a great Rocky Mountain adventure. Read on for more information about how Summit County can provide you with the perfect destination for your next family trip.

All summer long, there are tons of special events and ongoing activities that are perfect for families. Here are three top-notch providers of fantastic family friendly activities and entertainment:

Keystone

During the summer, Keystone offers a variety of fun family-friendly options. Keystone is also home to Kidtopia, with free daily activities for families such as nature hikes, face painting, arts and crafts, outdoor movies and more. Each year brings expanded offerings, new themes and even more entertainment. River Run Village, which is populated with great restaurants and shops, is a great area for the whole family to stroll around and enjoy a beautiful summer day in the mountains.

Breckenridge

In Breckenridge, ride the free gondola up to check out exciting activities for all ages, like an elevated roller coaster, a zip line, alpine slide, a maze, gold panning, a climbing wall and a bungee trampoline. In addition you can find guided hikes, 4x4 tours, Segway tours and bike rides. 

The Mountain Top Children's Museum, which works hard to provide a safe space to explore educational and creative activities, is another great stopping point for younger families. Geared toward children under 10, it has a great staff and quality programming. It even includes an easily accessible Kid's Night Out for parents wishing to have a night out on the town, which is convenient because it is located right in the heart of Breckenridge near shops and restaurants.

Frisco

If you happen to be in Frisco during the Fourth of July, you won't want to miss their legendary town celebration. You can begin the day with a pancake breakfast, follow-up with a local parade, enjoy bands all day long and then finish off with a spectacular fireworks show over the Frisco Bay Marina.

But if you miss out on that celebration, Frisco is still a glorious place to spend a summer day. Several hiking trails and recreational paths are located right in town, a free historic park and museum, water activities at the Frisco Bay Marina and many shops and restaurants that cater to younger visitors. Frisco's Main Street is relatively calm and quiet with an easygoing vibe perfect for all ages.

With the gorgeous views, the extensive activities, and the family friendly resorts, your family can have a wonderful summer vacation in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.

We're Thankful for Snow in Summit County

The snow has arrived!

 My morning walk...

My morning walk...

Personally I love warm weather and sunshine. Winter is long enough around here, and if I can get a few more hikes in before the snow hits, I'm not one to complain. 

But even I had to admit the dry, unseasonably warm November was dragging on a bit too long. Things were getting awfully dried out around here, and it was so warm we noticed some trees starting to bud. Several ski resort opening days got delayed, and at the shop we met some disappointed visitors who were here for their ski vacations and had to settle for a few open runs at A-Basin.

When Thanksgiving is a week away, the white stuff is a welcome sight, and last Thursday, we certainly got some--along with colder temperatures adequate for snow-making--just in time for the resorts to open. 

Then this morning, more snow! I'm not sure what the totals are, but it is definitely starting to feel a lot like winter time here on Frisco Main Street. I think I'm ready for Thanksgiving now.

Speaking of Thanksgiving, we'll be open only from 9-11 am on Thanksgiving morning, then we will be closing and going home to relax and celebrate the holiday.