Event cancellations and business closures across Summit County | SummitDaily.com

Event cancellations and business closures across Summit County

Editor’s note: This list is no longer being updated now that the county has ordered the closure of all nonessential businesses. If you’re a restaurant that is offering to-go food, email news@summitdaily.com to be included in a list of local food options.

UPDATE: Summit County has ordered all businesses to close indefinitely. Only banks, grocery stores, liquor stores, marijuana dispensaries, pharmacies and gas stations will remain open.

Events and gatherings across Summit County continue to be canceled following a recommendation from the county to halt all events of 50 or more people to prevent the spread of coronavirus. All government-sponsored events of 50 or more have been canceled.

Arts and entertainment

  • The Summit County Youth and Goodness Grows documentary film screening scheduled for March 15 at CMC has been canceled.
  • The Keystone Neighbourhood Co. also has canceled or postponed its events through May 1, including this weekend’s Rocky Mountain Country Fest and the Winter Comedy Series.
  • 10 Mile Music Hall has postponed all events and concerts
  • Lake Dillon Theatre Co. has canceled its play “The Roommate,” which was scheduled to run from March 13-29.
  • Breckenridge arts organizations have suspended all events through April 30 at the Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge Theater, Speakeasy Theater and Old Masonic Hall. The Riverwalk Center ticket office will notify those who have already purchased tickets about refunds or details for rescheduled events.
  • The Long Run — A Tribute to the Eagles, which was a fundraiser for local nonprofit Domus Pacis Family Respite was canceled. The event was scheduled for Saturday, March 14, at the Riverwalk Center in Breckenridge.
  • The two-day Rocky Mountain Country Fest in Keystone has been canceled

Government and education

  • The Summit County Animal Shelter will be closed to the public and volunteers. People who need to claim or relinquish a pet, or are interested in meeting an animal for adoption, can call 970-668-3230.
  • The March 18 grand opening of the new Silverthorne Recycle Center has been canceled.
  • The Summit County Treasurer & Public Trustee Office is closed to the public but will remain open during regular business hours by phone, email and online chat at the treasurer’s website. Ballot box drop-off locations around the county can be used to drop off property tax and vehicle registration payments by check only. Payments should be in an envelope and include account information and an email address to which officials can send a receipt. For more information, visit SummitCountyCo.gov/treasurer, email treasurer@summitcountyco.gov or call 970-453-3440.
  • Across Summit County, all public facilities are closed to the public, and Breckenridge Assistant Town Manager Shannon Haynes said the town would close Carter Park after residents gathered there Sunday to go sledding.
  • The public portion of the Forest Health Task Force meeting March 18 at County Commons has been canceled. Dan Schroder’s special presentation, “Preparing Yourself and Your Family for Wildfire,” will be recorded.
  • Dillon has postponed the Coffee with the Mayor event March 16.
  • Summit School District and Peak School officials have announced that schools will close for three weeks beginning Monday, March 16.
  • Peak School officials have announced that schools will close for three weeks beginning Monday, March 16.
  • The town of Frisco has canceled its Town Council candidate forum Tuesday, March 17. Frisco Director of Marketing and Communications Vanessa Agee said voters can submit questions to the candidates at FriscoGov.com and via email to deborahw@townoffrisco.com through noon Friday, March 20. Answers to questions will be posted online Wednesday, March 25.
  • Colorado Mountain College campuses in Dillon and Breckenridge will be closed through April 12.

Organizations and nonprofits

  • The Friends of the Dillon Ranger District has ceased all public and youth programs and office operations.
  • The Elks Club in Silverthorne is closed for two weeks. The Rotary sponsored community dinner from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, March 17, will be serving corned beef for take-away. Boxes will be provided, but diners are invited to bring their own containers if they wish. The meal March 24 will be to-go, as well.
  • The Catholic Parish of St. Mary Our Lady of Peace in Breckenridge and Silverthorne has canceled all Masses at both churches and at the Copper Mountain chapel until at least March 31.
  • The Summit Community Care Clinic’s 13th Annual Soup for the Soul scheduled March 28, has been postponed.
  • Dillon Community Church will cancel Sunday services for the next two weeks, including on March 15 and 20.
  • St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Breckenridge will suspend its regular Tuesday community dinner until it is safe for guests and volunteers to resume.
  • The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is restricting all visitors at skilled nursing, assisted living and intermediate care facilities to protect the health of the residents.
  • Father Dyer United Methodist Church is suspending fellowship, book and discussion groups, meetings and choir practices. It will continue to host a short Sunday morning worship service, and asks parishioners to attend only if they feel well and to avoid touching other worshipers. Community dinners from 6-7 p.m. Sunday nights will now offer to-go food only.
  • Friends of CAIC, a nonprofit that benefits the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, has canceled all educational programs and fundraising events through April 15.
  • The Summit County Chamber of Commerce March mixer, which was scheduled for March 19, has been canceled.
  • The Rotary Club of Summit County meetings on March 17 and 24 have been canceled.
  • The spring 9Health Fair, which was scheduled for April 4 in Breckenridge, has been postponed.


  • Summit County has ordered all businesses to close indefinitely. Only banks, grocery stores, liquor stores, marijuana dispensaries, pharmacies and gas stations will remain open.
  • Outer Range Brewing Co. has closed its taproom. A to-go window will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Additionally, cans and bottles can be ordered online at OuterRange.com for faster pickup.
  • Breckenridge Brewery and Pub is closed.
  • Dillon Dam Brewery is closed as of March 16 until further notice. The restaurant hopes to reopen March 17 with to-go options.
  • REI co-op in Dillon is closed until March 27. Angry James Brewing in Silverthorne is closed until further notice. Broken Compass Brewing in Breckenridge is closed until March 22.
  • Next Page Books and Nosh in Frisco is closed. Orders can be placed online, by phone or email.
  • Shirt Off My Back, Shirt and Ernies and 129 South Activewear in Breckenridge are now closed.
  • The Summit Daily News has closed its Frisco office, but all employees, including those in the newsroom and advertising department, will continue to work from home. Find contact information for our team, including phone numbers and email addresses, at SummitDaily.com/contact-us.
  • Downstairs at Eric’s in Breckenridge closed Sunday with a potential reopen date of March 22.
  • Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant and Hearthstone Restaurant in Breckenridge closed Sunday. The closure will be evaluated on a day-to-day basis. Mi Casa will open on Monday from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. for limited takeout menu options. All orders must be conducted over the phone and be picked up.
  • Beaver Run Resort has closed all of its food and beverage operations with the exception of the Skywalk Deli. Guests are being encouraged to stay in their rooms and order room service.
  • Peak Yoga in Dillon will be closed through March 28.
  • Mindfulness Meditation Centers’ Sunday evening meditation class will be canceled through April 12.
  • The grand opening of Mid Mountain Modern on March 21 in Frisco has been postponed.
  • Alpine Dance Academy in Frisco will be closed through April 6. The Ballet & Modern Concert and make-up classes will be rescheduled.
  • Peak One Fitness in Frisco will be closed for two weeks from March 15 to April 1. For members, the remaining two weeks of March will be added to their memberships when the center reopens.

Sports and outdoors

  • Arapahoe Basin Ski Area has closed uphill access. Loveland Ski Area uphill access remains open to current passholders.
  • Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, Breckenridge Ski Resort, Keystone Resort, Loveland Ski Area and Copper Mountain Resort have all announced closures.
  • The Summit Hockey Classic has been postponed.
  • Copper Mountain Resort has canceled all large events through the end of March, including 10 Barrel Snow Beach, Moonlight Dine & Ski events, the Ten Mile Tavern Beer Pairing Dinner, Copper Uncorked and Duke’s Puppy Love Party.
  • The town of Frisco has announced that the Frisco Adventure Park tubing and ski/ride hill, the Frisco Nordic Center, the Frisco/Copper Visitor Information Center and the Frisco Historic Park will be closed starting Saturday. Government buildings will be open by appointment only.
  • Copper Mountain Resort announced the Woodward Barn will be closed.
  • The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center has canceled the remainder of its winter programing.
  • The Team Summit and Team Breckenridge youth sports clubs each announced Friday evening that they have suspended all activities and training effective immediately.
  • The Colorado High School Activities Association has suspension all high school sports games and practices through at least April 6.
  • The Frisco BrewSki beer fest on skis has been canceled. It was scheduled for March 14.

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