Ice arena celebrates grand reopening with pro shop sale
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BRECKENRIDGE -Stephen C. West Ice Arena is holding a grand re-opening pro shop sale June 9-14. All items will be on sale at 0189 Boreas Pass Rd. in Breckenridge. The Steve reopens June 9 with its summer schedule of activities and public times. For more information on the reopening, contact Jenise Jensen at (970) 547-3151 or email@example.com. For more information on the pro shop sale, call (970) 547-9974.
Lake Dillon Preschool and Early Learning Center has openings
SUMMIT COUNTY – Lake Dillon Preschool and Early Learning Center currently has openings for infants, toddlers, and preschool-age children. The school is now enrolling for the summer. Please call (970) 468-1606 for more information.
Invitation to venders to attend the Mountain Market in Silverthorne
SILVERTHORNE – The Silverthorne Factory Stores will sponsor a Mountain Market every Saturday beginning June 21 through Aug. 30 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
It will be similar to a farmer’s market, but with a mountain flair.
Anyone interested in displaying and selling goods should contact Jana Rae as soon as possible to receive an application and reserve a space. Spaces are going fast. Contact Rae at (970) 262-9239.
Day camp for kids 6-12 offered by Colorado West Mental Health Center
SUMMIT COUNTY – Colorado West Mental Health Center is offering a therapeutic day camp for children 6-12 years old focusing on social development and positive relationships. Camp will be in session from June 24 through July 31 from 9-11:30 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday mornings. For more information, call Colorado West Mental Health at (970) 668-3478 and ask for Sara.
WOW announces summer plans
SUMMIT COUNTY – Summit County Women of Watercolor (WOW) will kick off its 2003 summer painting season with an organizational meeting at the home of MaryLou Johns at 10 a.m. Thursday, June 26. WOW is a group open to all women who would like to paint together on Tuesdays and Thursdays during July and August and who wish to learn in a supportive, nurturing environment.
Eileen O’ Sullivan and Kathy Wahler are co-
presidents of the group.
This summer WOW plans to offer two workshops, both discounted for group members.
From July 8-10, Judy Skovlin will present “Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain” at the Summerwood Clubhouse. Fee will be $30 for WOW members and $50 for guests.
A July 29-31 watercolor workshop will be offered by Raleigh Kinneyon, with a welcome dinner the evening before. Cost will be $100 for members or $150 for guests.
The group also will provide two opportunities for members to exhibit and patrons to view their work.: A show at the Speakeasy Gallery in Breckenridge is scheduled to open the week of July 7, and there will be a WOW booth at the Meet the Artists event at the Breckenridge tent August 16-17.
For meeting locations, more information or membership information, please call Kathy Wahler at (970) 468-0824 or Eileen O’Sullivan at (970) 453-7982.
Call for photographers
BRECKENRIDGE – A local gallery is seeking professional, original photography for a gallery co-op in Breckenridge. Submit samples to David Pfau at Breckenridge Photographics in La Cima Mall. Photographers will be chosen to display and sell their work in a gallery setting that will be open to the public Fridays through Sundays throughout the summer.
For more information, call David at (970) 547-1518, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or come by the shop.
Backcountry Access to host annual Avalanche Jam
SUMMIT COUNTY – On Friday Sept. 5, Backcountry Access will host the second annual Avalanche Jam at the American Alpine Club in
Golden. Once again, there will be fresh Alaskan salmon, a great band and a bevy of silent auction items. A number of backcountry suppliers will also be on hand to show their new wares in an expos. All proceeds benefit the Colorado Avalanche Information Center.
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