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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Celebrate the grand re-opening of the Woodward at Copper Barn at Woodward Remix, Friday, Nov. 29 to Sunday, Dec. 1. The weekend will include free public Woodward Barn Sessions, BMX and skate demos and free Kidz skate jams.
Tripp Fay / Copper Mountain Resort |

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Snowshoe Hike in French Gulch

Breckenridge, Nov. 25

10 a.m. – noon, meets at trail-head, call or go online for directions. Hike through Breckenridge’s fabled Golden Horseshoe, the location of dozens of early mining operations. Along the way are scenic views and former mine sites. Weather permitting, call for reservations and pricing, (970) 453-9767 x2.

Open Mic

Breckenridge, Nov. 25

9 p.m., Mother Loaded Tavern, , Breckenridge. A fabulously fun, user friendly, furiously cooking open mic hosted by a furry Moose.

Mindfulness Meditation and Buddhist Philosophy

Dillon, Nov. 25

6-8 p.m., Lord of the Mountains Church, US Hwy 6 and 50 Evergreen Rd., Dillon. Weekly classes on Mindfulness Meditation and its application in everyday life. All levels and drop-ins welcome. Area retreats, videos and downloads are also available. Classes are by donation. Call (970) 389-3612.

After Work Adult Tennis Clinic

Keystone, Nov. 25

5:30 p.m., Keystone Tennis Center, Hwy 6 and Tennis Club Rd., Keystone. Tennis professionals will coach you through aerobic drills that will improve your game. It is an hour of quick paced tennis that will get you energized after work.

ACBL sanctioned duplicate bridge

Frisco, Monday & Friday

1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Summit County Community & Senior Citizens Center, 0083 Nancy’s Place, Frisco. ACBL sanctioned duplicate bridge 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.: Partnership Chairman Jane at (970) 453-4886; For additional information contact Mike at (210)310-6656. Fragrance free please.

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