Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
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Breckenridge, April 1
9 p.m., Three 20 South, 320 S. Main St. SunSquabi is a 3-piece Electronic Hydro-funk experience, created by guitarist/producer Kevin Donohue, bassist Andrew Clymer and drummer Chris Anderson.
Seed Library Launch for Summit Reads
Frisco, April 1
All Day, Main Branch – Summit County Library, 0037 County Road 1005. The 2014 Summit Reads Community Project returns for a fourth year with events and discussions focused on the book, ‘Getting Green Done: Hard Truths from the Front Lines of the Sustainability Revolution,’ by Auden Schendler. (970) 668-5555.
Historic Walking Tour of Breck
Breckenridge, April 1-6
11 a.m. & 1:30 p.m., Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S. Main St. Take a tour through Breckenridge’s Nationally Recognized Historic District with a local expert. Along the way, hear stories about the hardy souls who lived in Breckenridge more than 100 years ago. Reservations not required, call (970) 453-9767 x2. Tickets are $10 adults, $5 children (age 4-12).
Breckenridge Spring Fever Festival
Breckenridge, April 1-27
8:30 a.m., Breckenridge Ski Resort, Peak 8 Base Area, T- Bar Restaurant, 1599 Ski Hill Rd. The biggest spring party in the Rocky Mountains is back. Breckenridge Ski Resort’s annual ‘Spring Fever’ month-long festival will again return to Breck to end ski season with a bang, and will feature a series of events both on the mountain and in town.
Copper Mountain, April 1-4
All Day, Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle. The United States of America Snowboard and Freeski Association National Championships is the largest snowboard and free skiing event on the earth welcoming top athletes from around the nation to compete for the title of National Champion.
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