Summit County Community Notes: 3-22-2013
Those “Characters” are at it again! Lake Dillon Theatre Company’s Cast of Characters is staging its fourth annual Wine Tasting and Membership Event at a beautiful Keystone home from 4-7 p.m. on Sunday, March 24 . Interested persons (with good character!) are invited to participate for only $15.00 “admission” and a bottle of their favorite wine under $20. Admission donations will “role” over into a 2013 CO’C membership “if it all tastes right”! Appetizers will be served. To reserve your spot (and become the “Character” you’ve always known you are) send your $15 (per guest) tax-deductible donation to LDTC Cast of Characters: Don Parsons, Membership VP, P.O. Box 272, Dillon, CO 8043. Please include your email (for directions) and snail mail, addresses and phone number. Questions or reservations? Sandi at 668-0651 or Don at 406-1341.
The Cast of Characters acts voluntarily to stage friend-raisers, fun-raisers, fund-raisers and other suitable projects and productions in support of the mission of the Lake Dillon Theatre Company..
Continental Divide Land Trust will lead a snowshoe tour to Iron Springs Open Space near Summit High School at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday,, March 23. CDLT holds a conservation easement on the property, which is owned by Summit County Open Space. The tour will be led by CDLT’s executive director Leigh Girvin, who will focus on potential impacts to the property from the proposed realignment of Highway 9.
The tour is free for CDLT supporters, or a suggested donation of $5 per adult. Kids free. Dogs on leash welcome. Please bring your own equipment, water, and dress for the weather. Meet in the student parking lot on the south side of Summit High School at 10:30 a.m. The tour will last about 1 hour. In the event of inclement weather, the group will gather on the leeward side of the school and look at maps to learn more about the project.
The opportunity to support and participate in live community theater here in Breckenridge awaits. The Backstage welcomes charming box-office folk to welcome theater patrons, creative craft workers to assist with set creation, cheerful individuals to distribute performance information throughout the county, and anyone who embraces the performing arts. We have opportunities for you to become involved today! Interested? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Tuesday, March 26, you can help bring some sunshine into the life of a family challenged with cancer and see a comedy at the same time. On that evening, Lake Dillon Theatre’s production of Neil Simon’s “The Sunshine Boys” will benefit Domus Pacis Family Respite. Domus Pacis brings Colorado cancer patients and their families to the beautiful mountains of Summit County to enjoy being together in peaceful surroundings. To find out more, visit: http://www.domuspacis.org and to purchase tickets go to lakedillontheatre.org.
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