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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

The Tubbs Romp to Stomp snowshoe event takes place Saturday, March 1, at the Frisco Nordic Center. Try Tubbs Snowshoes on Frisco’s snowshoe trails, take photos in the photo booth, pick up fun swag, enjoy free breakfast, high-five the fun-loving mascot TubbScout and spend a morning in the great outdoors with hundreds of your soon-to-be friends. Earn the chance to take home some awesome gear and prizes by helping Tubbs raise funds for Susan G. Komen. Events include a 3-kilometer or 5K snowshoe walk, 3K snowshoe race and the Lil Romper Dash. For more information on registration and a full schedule of events, visit
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Strap In For Life Launch Party Featuring Juvenile

Breckenridge, Feb. 28

9 p.m., Cecilias, 520 South Main St. Join Strap In For Life for a launch fundraiser with thousands of dollars in raffle prizes. Come help support a new local 501c3 non profit in helping those affected by cancer experience snowboard culture on the mountain and beyond. Evening entertainment by award winning hip hop artist Juvenile. Get your spot on the guest list at Cecelias or before it fills up. First 100 People $15. (970) 453-2243.

Stargazing Snowshoe at Angler Mountain

Silverthorne, Feb. 28

6 p.m., Angler Mountain Trail, 502 Bald Eagle Rd. Get bundled up and come out for an evening snowshoe under the stars on Silverthorne’s local trail, Angler Mountain. After the snowshoe gather around the fire and warming hut at North Pond Park for warm beverages and treats.

Ladies 80’s Party with DJ RAD

Frisco, Feb. 28

10 p.m., Jonny-G’s Bar, Nightclub & Pizzeria, 409 Main St. All 80’s all night with special guest DJ RAD playing all the best from the 80’s (mostly 1 hit wonders) Throwback prices, too. Ladies drink $1 wells ($2 for the fellas) and $3 Fireballs.

Fireman’s Fire Hose Relay

Arapahoe Basin, Feb. 28

Fire departments from across Colorado team up to participate in a unique slalom-style event. Teams of five firefighters race down a 15-gate slalom course while holding on to 50 feet of fire hose. And you can’t miss them – all participants have to dress in their bunker jacket and fire helmet. So come out to cheer on these awesome men and women as they raise money to benefit the Burn Camps Program at The Children’s Hospital of Colorado.

USSA U-18 Championships

Arapahoe Basin, Feb. 28

The U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association’s (USSA) under-18 slalom competition.

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