A&E briefs: Breckenridge Brewery hosts live music event in Littleton
Breckenridge Brewery hosts live music event in Littleton
Early-bird tickets to the Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny went on sale at 8 a.m. Friday, May 27. This all-day music-fueled celebration on July 9 marks the brewery’s 26th year in the craft brewing scene. The 12-acre brewery campus in Littleton, provides room for two stages, elbow room for dancing, more beer and barbecue tents and more space for hanging out with friends.
This year’s music line-up features Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Larry & Jenny Keel (accompanied by Drew Emmitt and Andy Thorn of Leftover Salmon), and Head for the Hills on the main stage. The brewery will announce a festival headliner in several weeks. The beer garden stage showcases Colorado musicians Zolopht, Grant Farm, We Dream Dawn, Sweet Lillies and Caribou Mountain Collective.
The first 200 people to purchase tickets online can do so at the special anniversary price of $26. These limited tickets also include access to the after-party at Cervante’s Masterpiece in Denver where Robert Randolph and Zolopht will perform again.
“Our Hootenanny really speaks to who we are,” said Todd Thibault, of Breckenridge Brewery, in a statement. “We’ve grown up a bit over the 26 years, but we’re still the same folks who enjoy good beer and good times with friends. That’s why we do this. We want to share what we love with the folks who helped us get here.”
As in years past, the Breckenridge Brewery Hootenanny benefits Conscious Alliance, a Colorado-based nonprofit that fights hunger across the nation through their extraordinary grassroots food collection and hunger awareness programs.
To purchase tickets and for additional information go to http://www.breckbrew.com/Hootenanny.
New mystery lovers book club
Join the new Mystery-Lovers Book Club for its first meeting on Wednesday, June 22 at noon at the Summit County Library South Branch, 103 S. Harris St., Breckenridge. The group will choose the first mystery at this meeting. The book club will meet once a month at the Summit County South Branch/Breckenridge Library at noon.
Fourth annual Memorial Day Commemoration
The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance is hosting a celebration to honor veterans on Monday, May 30 at Valley Brook Cemetery starting at 9 a.m. This is a free event and will include light refreshments, an interdenominational service, comments by Major Kerry G. Davis, a celebration of the Valley Brook Cemetery being listed on the National Register of Historic Places, wreath-laying, and the playing of Taps. Reservations are not required. Parking is available at the Carriage House Learning Center across the road from the entrance to the cemetery or 1/2 block south at the Breckenridge Recreation Center. For more information, go to BreckHeritage.com
Father’s Day Falcon Fest held in Arvada
Father’s Day Falcon Fest Returns for its second year Sunday, June 19, 8:30–11:30 a.m. Guests will be treated to a continental breakfast provided by Great Harvest Bread Company in Arvada and Einstein Bros Bagels in Littleton, as well as fresh coffee from the Englewood Caribou Coffee store at Lincoln and Peoria. Event attendees will receive a close and personal encounter with live raptors presented by Hawkquest at our outdoor Audubon Nature Center amphitheater. Enter to win prizes from REI and Cabela’s at Lone Tree, as well as unique raptor merchandise. Raptor hikes will leave from the amphitheater at the conclusion of the raptor program or event attendees will be able to view the “Colorado Wild” art show happening in the Audubon Nature Center. An exclusive offsite raptor trip provided by Tom Bush, Audubon Master Birder and owner of Front Range Birding Company, will be available for an additional cost and limited to 14 people. Local chapter member fathers are free. Non-member fathers are $3, additional teen/adult tickets are $16, children (12 & Under) are $8. Please visit http://www.denveraudubon.org, or call the Audubon Society of Greater Denver at (303) 973-9530 or email email@example.com.
—Compiled by Heather Jarvis
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