Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Calling all ladies! Gnu Snowboards and Woodward at Copper are hosting a girls-only snowboard camp Saturday, March 22, and Sunday, March 23. All ladies ages 8 and older and of all abilities are invited to come work on their skills in  the Woodward at Copper Barn and on snow in Woodward's terrain parks. For more information, visit
Tripp Fay / Copper Mountain Resort  |

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Ski with Bernie

Breckenrige, March 19

9:15 a.m., Gold Run Nordic Center, 200 Clubhouse Drive. Come ski with Bernie, Nordic Supervisor, at Gold Run Nordic Center. Work on individual Nordic skills such as consistency, technique and skiing continuously at an even pace for 1 hour. You can choose classic or skate skiing – geared toward all abilities. (970) 453-1734.

Acoustic Moose, Alive!

Breckenridge, March 19

5-8 p.m., Ridge Street Wine, Cheese and Chocolate, Adams St. Alley. Singer/Songwriter plays hot tunes for these cold winter nights. Every Wednesday and Friday.

Kyle Hollinsworth Band

Frisco, March 19

9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. String Cheese Incident keyboardist Kyle Hollingsworth puts together an allstar cast of musicians for this highly acclaimed side-project. Jaden Carlson Band opens at 9 p.m. Tickets are $20.

Adult Canvas Painting Party

Frisco, March 19

7 p.m., Frisco Day Lodge, 621 Recreation Way. Instructor, Sheila Trowbridge, will guide the class step-by-step to paint a ‘poppies’ themed canvas. You’ll be amazed at how simple it is to do and you’ll have a new piece of art to take home with you. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged; open to ages 12 and up. $45/person includes all supplies and one beverage.

Live Trivia Night

Dillon, March 19

9 p.m., Dillon Dam Brewery, 100 Little Dam St. Live trivia competition with fun Dam prizes. No cover. $5 Crown Royal drinks. Sponsored by Crown Royal.

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