Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
May 6, 2014
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French Gulch Dredge Hike
Breckenridge, May 5
10 a.m., B&B Trailhead, Airport Road. Hike through Breckenridge's fabled Golden Horseshoe, the location of dozens of early mining operations. Along the way enjoy scenic views and explore former mine sites. Weather permitting; Reservations required.
Free Fit Camp
Dillon, May 5 & 7
6:30 p.m., Dillon Amphitheater, 100 Lodge Pole. To promote a healthy active lifestyle to shape up Summit County. New faces and all fitness levels welcome. If you are interested email Danielle M. Powell email@example.com.
ACBL Sanctioned Duplicate Bridge
Frisco, May 5
1-4:30 p.m., Summit County Community & Senior Citizens Center, SW Corner of CR1004 & Highway 9. Partnership Chairman Howard at (970) 468-2313; For additional information contact Mike at (210) 310-6656. Fragrance free please.
Our Profits for Non-Profits
Georgetown, May 5
6 p.m., LUCHA Cantina at the Red Ram, 606 Sixth St. Join Lucha Cantina in Georgetown for a night of charity. Every Monday, LUCHA will donate 20% of all profits (including alcohol!) to a local charity. Fantastic food and drinks in a fun and funky restaurant.
Mindfulness Meditation and Buddhist Philosophy
Dillon, May 5
6 p.m., Lord of the Mountains Dillon, 56 U.S. 6. Mindfulness Meditation Summit County presents weekly classes on Mindfulness Meditation and its application in everyday life. All levels and drop-ins welcome. Area retreats, videos and downloads are also available. Classes are by donation.
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