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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Summit County Open Space & Trails Kick-Off BBQ

Frisco, May 13

5:30 p.m., Frisco Nordic Center, 616 Recreation Way. Summit County Open Space & Trails invites all community members to their 2014 Volunteer kick-off party. Come hear about upcoming summer projects, learn about County Open Space properties, discover how you can participate in the ‘adopt’ program, learn about hiking and mountain biking trails in the County and eat good food. RSVP by May 9.

Free Glassblowing Demonstration

Frisco, May 13 & 15

2 p.m., Gatherhouse Glassblowing Studio & Gallery, 110 Second Ave. Watch the glassblowers transform 2000-degree molten glass into pieces of art. Fascinating for all ages. Classes available.

Littleague Hip Hop for Preschool

Breckenridge, May 13

11 a.m., South Branch – Summit County Library, 504 Airport Road. Littleague is playing their hip hop tunes at the 3 libraries during Children’s Book Week. Hear ‘Bug Patrol,’ ‘Trip to Sea,’ and ‘Homemade Haircut.’ (970) 453-6098.

Little Learners: Jobs

Breckenridge, May 13

9 a.m. to Noon, Breckenridge Recreation Center, 880 Airport Road. What Little Learner doesn’t pretend to be a grown up? This is their chance to learn all about the jobs Moms and Dads perform. Explore all the different careers your little one could have one day. Ages: 3-5. (970) 453-1734.

Adult Lunch Shot Drop-In Hockey

Breckenridge, May 13

11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Stephen C. West Ice Arena, 0189 Boreas Pass Road. This adult (age 18 and older) drop-in hockey session allows you to order lunch from Downstairs at Eric’s and/ or Empire Burger, play hockey, and have lunch and a drink waiting for you after the session. The minimum equipment requirement is a helmet and stick, which are available for rent, if needed. Full equipment is highly recommended. $9 per session ($14 including lunch).

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