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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

The Breckenridge Resort Chamber Ambassadors will present their End of the Season Jam on Friday, April 4, from 2 to 6 p.m. This event benefits local graduating seniors with scholarships for further education. It will take place on the upper floor of the Copper Top at Beaver Run Resort in Breckenridge. Invited local musicians will donate their time to help the Ambassadors raise money for the scholarship fund by jamming together and providing an exciting evening of après ski music. All are welcome and asked to show their support by a voluntary donation. Contact Bonnie Smith at (970) 389-6014 or for more information.
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USASA Nationals

Copper Mountain, April 2-4

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.

Acoustic Moose, Alive!

Breckenridge, April 2 & 4

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

Caribou Mountain Collective

Friso, April 2

9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. CMC hails from the bluegrass mecca of Nederland, CO. Following in the footsteps of YMSB, Leftover Salmon and others, Caribou Mountain Collective is made up of young and talented bluegrass musicians. Free show.

The Werks

Breckenridge, April 2

9 p.m., Three 20 South, 320 S. Main St. Come out for some great live music.

Ghostly Tales

Breckenridge, April 2 & 5

7 p.m., 118 Jefferson Ave. Hear stories of ghastly folk, deathly love, tragic endings, murder and mayhem. $15 adults $10 child, reservations required. Call Jamie, (970) 485-2894 or Gail, (970) 343-9169, then meet at the Dredge restaurant Northside Bridge.

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