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Spring Guide: Calendar of Events

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FEBRUARYFebruary 10Summit Bouldering Competitions, Breckenridge3-9 p.m. at the Breckenridge Recreation Center. Hosted by the American Bouldering Series and the Breckenridge Climbing Wall, this series is for the beginner to expert climber ages 7 and older. Sponsors include local and national companies. (970) 453-1734.February 15-17Steel Magnolias, Breckenridge Theatre7:30 p.m. At Truvys beauty salon, six unforgettable women congregate for much more than a wash and set. Gossip, hard advice and verbal jousting give way to a more serious exploration of relationships and the ties that bind friends together. Contains some adult language. Call (970) 453-0199.February 16-18The Musicals of Musicals, the Musical Lake Dillon TheatreIn this hilarious satire of musical theater, one story becomes five delightful musicals, each written in the distinctive style of a different master of the form, from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim. Also lovingly spoofed are Kander and Ebb, Jerry Herman and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for students. (970) 513-9386.February 17Fourth Annual Snow Golf Tournament, DillonAn event fore the Rotary Foundation of Summit County. Golf fanatics of all ages are welcome to gather a foursome or join with other players for an individual stroke play and short iron tournament on the snow. Beverages, food and wacky awards are also in the mix. (866) 503-3400 or http://www.townofdillon.com.February 18Steel Magnolias, Breckenridge Theatre2 p.m. At Truvys beauty salon, six unforgettable women congregate for much more than a wash and set. Gossip, hard advice and verbal jousting give way to a more serious exploration of relationships and the ties that bind friends together. Contains some adult language. Call (970) 453-0199.February 20Mardi Gras Celebration, BreckenridgeFat Tuesday festivities begin with the crowning of the Rex and Queen and continue onto Main Street with a festive procession. Local establishments continue the party with live music, hurricanes, Cajun food and plenty of beads. Contact http://www.gobreck.com or (877) 864-0868. February 20River Run Mardi Gras Street Party and Parade, Keystone1-6 p.m. Style your purple, green and gold for a romping day of whimsical fun. Zydeco makes its way to the Rockies with a band of gumbo flavors, luscious drinks, wacky street performers and a madcap float parade. Let the jubilant sounds and sweet aromas of Mardi Gras tempt you from River Runs balconies. Call (888) ski-keystone for information. This is an event to benefit the Snake River Community Association.February 22-24Steel Magnolias, Breckenridge Theatre7:30 p.m. At Truvys beauty salon, six unforgettable women congregate for much more than a wash and set. Gossip, hard advice and verbal jousting give way to a more serious exploration of relationships and the ties that bind friends together. Contains some adult language. Call (970) 453-0199.February 23-25The Musicals of Musicals, the Musical Lake Dillon TheatreIn this hilarious satire of musical theater, one story becomes five delightful musicals, each written in the distinctive style of a different master of the form, from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim. Also lovingly spoofed are Kander and Ebb, Jerry Herman and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for students. (970) 513-9386.February 27Gold Run Loppet, Breckenridge10 a.m. mass start at the Gold Run Nordic Center. Freestyle 15K and 30K races around the Gold Run Nordic Center. (970) 547-7889.

MARCHMarch 1-3Steel Magnolias, Breckenridge Theatre7:30 p.m. At Truvys beauty salon, six unforgettable women congregate for much more than a wash and set. Gossip, hard advice and verbal jousting give way to a more serious exploration of relationships and the ties that bind friends together. Contains some adult language. Call (970) 453-0199.March 2-4The Musicals of Musicals, the Musical Lake Dillon TheatreIn this hilarious satire of musical theater, one story becomes five delightful musicals, each written in the distinctive style of a different master of the form, from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim. Also lovingly spoofed are Kander and Ebb, Jerry Herman and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for students. (970) 513-9386.March 3-4Copper Series, Copper MountainSuperpipe and slopestyle. Contact (866) 841-2481 or http://www.coppercolorado.com.March 4Steel Magnolias, Breckenridge Theatre2 p.m. At Truvys beauty salon, six unforgettable women congregate for much more than a wash and set. Gossip, hard advice and verbal jousting give way to a more serious exploration of relationships and the ties that bind friends together. Contains some adult language. Call (970) 453-0199.March 4Third Annual Dogterra Event, Breckenridge9 a.m. at the Gold Run Nordic Center. A canine, skier and snowshoer multi-sport event to benefit the League for Animals and People of the Summit. Fun and competitive events include ski and snowshoe races, an obstacle course, Frisbee catch and look-alike competitions. (970) 547-7889.March 8-10Steel Magnolias, Breckenridge Theatre7:30 p.m. At Truvys beauty salon, six unforgettable women congregate for much more than a wash and set. Gossip, hard advice and verbal jousting give way to a more serious exploration of relationships and the ties that bind friends together. Contains some adult language. Call (970) 453-0199.March 9-11The Musicals of Musicals, the Musical Lake Dillon TheatreIn this hilarious satire of musical theater, one story becomes five delightful musicals, each written in the distinctive style of a different master of the form, from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim. Also lovingly spoofed are Kander and Ebb, Jerry Herman and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for students. (970) 513-9386.March 10Tubbs Romp to Stomp Out Breast Cancer, Frisco8 a.m. to noon. A snowshoe fun walk/race at the Frisco Nordic Center.March 11Copper Series, Copper MountainGiant and slalom. Contact (866) 841-2481 or http://www.coppercolorado.com.March 15MONTAGE Music Society, Breckenridge Music Festival7 p.m. St. Marys Church in Breckenridge. Boston-based ensemble combines masterpieces with contemporary music. Following the concert, join hosts and musicians at a charming Breckenridge home for imported wines, cheeses, pts and delectable desserts for $50. Tickets at $20 include a pre-concert reception and concert. (970) 453-9142.March 15-17Steel Magnolias, Breckenridge Theatre7:30 p.m. At Truvys beauty salon, six unforgettable women congregate for much more than a wash and set. Gossip, hard advice and verbal jousting give way to a more serious exploration of relationships and the ties that bind friends together. Contains some adult language. Call (970) 453-0199.March 16-18The Musicals of Musicals, the Musical Lake Dillon TheatreIn this hilarious satire of musical theater, one story becomes five delightful musicals, each written in the distinctive style of a different master of the form, from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim. Also lovingly spoofed are Kander and Ebb, Jerry Herman and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for students. (970) 513-9386.March 17Saint Patricks Day Celebration, Copper MountainAuthentic Irish fair, music, spirits and plenty of green beer. Throw on your Bono shades and join us for a street party hosted by U2 cover band, One. March 23-25The Musicals of Musicals, the Musical Lake Dillon TheatreIn this hilarious satire of musical theater, one story becomes five delightful musicals, each written in the distinctive style of a different master of the form, from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim. Also lovingly spoofed are Kander and Ebb, Jerry Herman and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for students. (970) 513-9386.March 25-26Special Olympics Colorado,Copper MountainThe Winter Games mark the culmination of the winter sports season for the 550 athletes who annually participate in Alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, figure skating, snowshoeing and snowboarding. This season marks the 19th consecutive year Copper Mountain will host the event.March 30-31Hidden, Breckenridge Theatre7:30 p.m. A young commissioner of Jerusalems Yad Vashem arrives in Vermont to interview an elderly woman said to be a rescuer of Jews during WWII. As past and present merge into one, secrets and sacrifices are revealed. But there is more to the story than this purported rescuer even knows, and she soon finds herself on a journey to reconnect with the part of her past that has been buried for so long. A powerful new play celebrating hope and humanity and the hidden courage inside us all. Call (970) 453-0199. Shows continue through April.March 30-31The Musicals of Musicals, the Musical Lake Dillon TheatreIn this hilarious satire of musical theater, one story becomes five delightful musicals, each written in the distinctive style of a different master of the form, from Rodgers and Hammerstein to Stephen Sondheim. Also lovingly spoofed are Kander and Ebb, Jerry Herman and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $22 for adults and $18 for students. (970) 513-9386.March 31Sunsation, Copper MountainThe three-week, end-of-season blowout bash returns for its seventh year with free live bands, entertainment, on-hill events, barbecues, beer gardens and more. Confirmed acts include Galactic, Dark Star Orchestra and Strive Roots. Visit http://www.coppercolorado.com for the most up-to-date Sunsation schedule.

APRILApril 1Women on Board, Arapahoe BasinCall (970) 468-0718 to sign up.April 1April Fools Day, BreckenridgeJoin the foolish fun in town for a barbecue, kids activities, live music and the crowing of the Town Fool. April 1Guided Historical Snowshoe Mine Tour, FriscoMeet at 1 p.m. at the Historic Park Gazebo for a two-hour guided tour.April 1-22 Spring Massive, BreckenridgeSeventh annual Spring Massive Festival offers concerts, competitions, celebrity racing, nightlife, exhibitions, jams, film shoots and legendary spring conditions.April 1-22Bite of BreckenridgeEach participating restaurant features a three-course menu (appetizer, entre and dessert) for a special price point. Call (970) 453-6018 for more information. April 6The Christy Oboe Quartet, Breckenridge Music Festival7 p.m. the Father Dyer Church, Breckenridge. The Christy Oboe Quartet features three siblings: oboist Judy Christy, violinist Jay Christy and violist Jan-Marie Christy Joyce. Tickets are $20, or $5 for students. (970) 453-9142.April 6-7Hidden, Breckenridge Theatre7:30 p.m. A young commissioner of Jerusalems Yad Vashem arrives in Vermont to interview an elderly woman said to be a rescuer of Jews during WWII. As secrets and sacrifices are uncovered, a shocking turn of events leads the woman on a journey to reconnect with the part of her past that has been buried for so long. A powerful new play celebrating the hidden courage inside us all. (970) 453-0199.April 6-8Breckenridge Train Company Easter Egg Hunt, Main Street, Breckenridge11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily at the Breckenridge Train Company in Main Street Station. Every train ride will include an Easter egg hunt in the courtyard plaza with prizes for kids.April 7Womens Tele Clinic, Arapahoe Basin.Call (970) 468-0718 to sign up.April 7The Great Egg Scramble, Breckenridge Recreation Center10 a.m. Little ones ages 2 to 10 look for eggs filled with prizes in the gym and pool areas. Free event.April 7Easter Celebration and Egg Hunt, Keystone Resort.April 7Boarding for Breast Cancer, Keystone ResortBoarding For Breast Cancer is a nonprofit, youth-focused education, awareness and fundraising foundation. Its mission is to increase awareness about breast cancer, the importance of early detection and the value of an active lifestyle.April 7Planet Earths Shop Wars, Copper MountainWho truly is born to shred? Planet Earth Outerwears Shop Wars give local shops the chance to square off and claim bragging rights for best shop around. Twenty shops are invited to Coppers Catalyst Terrain Park to go head-to-head in three best trick events best jump, best superpipe trick and best rail slide.April 7-8Snowactive Kids Weekend, Breckenridge.This weekend is full of free snow adventures catering to guests tall and small, including interactive escapades. Activities include a cocoa and cookies concert, interactive kids village at the base of Peak 8, mini snow sculpting challenge, Eggcellent Easter Egg Hunt at the kids tent, Easter brunch on the mountain and more.April 7-8Sunsation, Copper MountainVisit http://www.coppercolorado.com for the Sunsation schedule.April 8Easter Egg Hunt, Frisco Main StreetChildren of all ages hunt for candy-stuffed eggs.April 8Beachn Egg Hunt, Arapahoe BasinApril 8Hidden, Breckenridge Theatre.4 p.m. A young commissioner of Jerusalems Yad Vashem arrives in Vermont to interview an elderly woman said to be a rescuer of Jews during WWII. As secrets and sacrifices are uncovered, a shocking turn of events leads the woman on a journey to reconnect with the part of her past that has been buried for so long. A powerful new play celebrating the hidden courage inside us all. (970) 453-0199.April 8Colorados Largest Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Celebration, Copper MountainMore than 30,000 Easter eggs will fill the village and lower mountain at Copper. Lucky participants can find Copper Tickets redeemable for cash prizes, season passes, gift certificates and more. April 9-15Snowboarder Magazines Superpark 11, Keystone Resort.Snowboarder Magazine is bringing back SuperPark for another epic year of snowboarding in Keystones A-51 Terrain Park. The countrys best park builders and pro riders come together to create a park like youve never seen before.April 11Legends of Skiing, Arapahoe Basin(970) 468-0718.April 12Cooking Class, BreckenridgeChef Bob Burden and Beaver Run Resort host an interactive cooking demonstration from 6-9 p.m., featuring a six-course meal in Spencers private dining room. Call (970) 453-8755 to make a reservation.April 12Spring Chickens! Senior Appreciation Day, Breckenridge Ski Resort A day to appreciate age 65 and older skiers and riders. Free parking at the base of peak 8 and $10 lunch vouchers at the Vista Haus Restaurant. Lunch starts at 11 a.m. (970) 453-5000.April 13Massive Rail Jam: Benefit for Matt Wyffels, BreckenridgeSkiers and boarders grind it out at this Massive Rail Jam, benefiting Matt Wyffels, a competitive snowboarder who was paralyzed a few years ago. With prize money on the line for each rail, this competition is always a celebration. All proceeds will be given to Wyffels for his physical therapy, which has taught him how to walk and snowboard again despite his paralysis. Prizes, giveaways and live music. Helmets required. Entry is limited to 125 participants. (970) 453-5000.April 13-14Hidden, Breckenridge Theatre.7:30 p.m. A young commissioner of Jerusalems Yad Vashem arrives in Vermont to interview an elderly woman said to be a rescuer of Jews during WWII. As secrets and sacrifices are uncovered, a shocking turn of events leads the woman on a journey to reconnect with the part of her past that has been buried for so long. A powerful new play celebrating the hidden courage inside us all. (970) 453-0199.April 14Ice Melt Parade, town of Dillon.April 14Massive Slopestyle Competition, BreckenridgeSkiers and riders throw down in slopestyle competition in the Freeway Terrain Park. Cash purse is on the line with each rider being judged on overall style, technical difficulty and creativity. Helmets required. Entry is limited to 125 participants. (970) 453-5000April 1418th Annual Mogul Masters/Dual Tele Bump Contest/New Belgium Bar Promo, Arapahoe Basin. (970) 468-0718.April 14Tele Clinic and Extreme Mountain Clinic, Arapahoe Basin. (970) 468-0718.April 14Summit Huts Association: Volunteer Appreciation Hut Trip, BreckenridgeAnyone who has volunteered for Summit Huts in the last year is eligible for this overnight hut trip to Francies Cabin. (970) 453-8583.April 14Volcom Peanut Butter and Rail Jam, Copper MountainThe Peanut Butter and Rail Jam is Volcom Stones signature amateur snowboard series. The event is free and on a first-come, first-served basis with free prizes and all-you-can-eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.April 14-15Sunsation, Copper MountainVisit http://www.coppercolorado.com for the Sunsation schedule.April 15Hidden, Breckenridge Theatre.2 p.m. A young commissioner of Jerusalems Yad Vashem arrives in Vermont to interview an elderly woman said to be a rescuer of Jews during WWII. As secrets and sacrifices are uncovered, a shocking turn of events leads the woman on a journey to reconnect with the part of her past that has been buried for so long. A powerful new play celebrating the hidden courage inside us all. (970) 453-0199.April 15Massive Superpipe Competition, Breckenridge.World-class riders and local amateurs compete in Colorados top-rated Superpipe. Entry is limited to 125 participants. Helmets required. (970) 453-5000April 15Copper Mountain closing day.April 1818th Annual Enduro/Clif Shot Bloks, Arapahoe Basin.April 20Central City Opera, Breckenridge Music FestivalTime and location to be announced. Celebrating its 75th anniversary, Central City Opera is internationally recognized for its stellar productions of contemporary and standard operas. Tickets are $20, or $5 for students. (970) 453-9142.April 20-21Hidden, Breckenridge Theatre7:30 p.m. A young commissioner of Jerusalems Yad Vashem arrives in Vermont to interview an elderly woman said to be a rescuer of Jews during WWII. As secrets and sacrifices are uncovered, a shocking turn of events leads the woman on a journey to reconnect with the part of her past that has been buried for so long. A powerful new play celebrating the hidden courage inside us all. (970) 453-0199.April 21 Free Massive Music Concert, BreckenridgeFinish off the season in style kicking off with a concert at the Riverwalk Center.April 21Tele Clinic, Arapahoe Basin(970) 468-0718.April 21 Imperial Challenge, BreckenridgeThe 13th Annual Imperial Challenge warms up with a 6.2 mile mountain bike ride from the town of Breckenridge across Peak 7 to Peak 8, Followed by a 2,500-foot ascent on Peak 8 to the top of the Imperial Bowl, using the equipment of your choice. (970) 453-0333.April 2228th Annual Bump Buffet, BreckenridgeThe 28th Annual Bump Buffet combines talent with spirit as telemarkers tackle the bumps on Peak 8 dressed in zany costumes. Competitors may compete as a team or as an individual with great prizes and a raffle for all. Call Mountain Outfitters at (970) 453-2201. April 22Breckenridge Ski Resort closing day. April 22Hidden, Breckenridge Theatre2 p.m. A young commissioner of Jerusalems Yad Vashem arrives in Vermont to interview an elderly woman said to be a rescuer of Jews during WWII. As secrets and sacrifices are uncovered, a shocking turn of events leads the woman on a journey to reconnect with the part of her past that has been buried for so long. A powerful new play celebrating the hidden courage inside us all. (970) 453-0199.April 25KSMT Locals Appreciation Day,Arapahoe Basin.April 25Rail Jam, Arapahoe Basin.April 285th Annual Grind/Clif Shot Bloks/New Belgium Bar Promo, Arapahoe Basin.April 28Extreme Mountain Clinic, Arapahoe Basin (970) 468-0718.

MAYMay 4Colorado Childrens Chorale, Breckenridge Music FestivalTime and location to be announced. For more than three decades, the Colorado Childrens Chorale has brought its artistry and charm to audiences throughout the world. (970) 453-9142.May 5Shakin at the Basin May Concert Series, Arapahoe Basin Concert and fourth annual Huck, Rock & Roll terrain park competition.May 12Shakin at the Basin May Concert Series and Rail Jam, Arapahoe Basin. May 12MS Walk station, Marina Park, Dillon.May 19Town Cleanup Day, FriscoVolunteer to clean up, and enjoy lunch on the town. Meet at Walter Byron Park.May 19Shakin at the Basin May Concert Series, Arapahoe Basin. May 19Clean Up and Arbor Day, Dillon.May 25-27The Glass Menagerie, Lake Dillon Theatre7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Written by Tennessee Williams, this play is one of the most famous plays of modern theater. Its a drama of great tenderness, charm and beauty. (970) 513-9386.May 26Shakin at the Basin May Concert Series, Arapahoe Basin.May 27Memorial Weekend Beach Party and Sixth Annual Festival of the Brew Pubs and Shakin at the Basin May Concert Series, Arapahoe Basin. May 28Shakin at the Basin May Concert Series, Arapahoe Basin.May 28Dillons Memorial Day Service,Dillon Cemetery.


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