Summit County community notes 7-27 |

Summit County community notes 7-27

Writer Edith Lynn Hornik-Beer returns to CMC in Dillon for one more seminar on Saturday, this time to teach participants how to make money blogging. Hornik-Beer has been earning money blogging since 2004. Her seminar will cover promotional blogging, how to get jobs writing blogs for other businesses and how to pass employers’ tests when seeking a blogging job, among other topics. The three-hour seminar takes place Saturday at 10 a.m. and costs $20. For more info, call CMC Dillon at (970) 468-5989.

Silverthorne will host the second annual Rocky Mountain Triathlon on Sunday, July 29, at North Pond Park. During the event, the park will not be available for public use. This event will be staging participants starting at 5 a.m. with the first wave in the pond at 8. The event will be using all parking available and will have police stationed at Bald Eagle and Hamilton Creek for traffic assistance. Be aware that racers will be on Highway 9 north of the park and will be on the Blue River Trail. More info att

Did you know that you can buy locally produced vegetables and herbs every Friday at the Dillon Farmers Market from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit the WisePlant Farm at the High Country Conservation Center booth. All produce is grown at the greenhouses at Nancy’s Community Garden next to the Summit County Community and Senior Center in Frisco.

Summit 4-H will be hosting the second Family Gymkhana of its summer series on Saturday, July 28, at the Summit County Fairgrounds in Silverthorne. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. with events in poles, barrels, keyhole and flags starting at 10. Age groups range from 8 years old up through adults. Contact Cindy at (970) 376-2933 for more info.

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