Summit County Community Notes: 9-1-2012
The Summit Foundation is in need of help with volunteers on Sunday at 9 a.m. at Beaver Run to help with sorting ducks. This is a great family activity. The ducks need a lot of love after their adventure in the river. If you have any questions, call Nancy Miller at the foundation at (970) 453-5970. We look forward to seeing you at Beaver Run.
Do you want to be a part of the Rocky Mountains favorite street party? Volunteer at Breckenridge’s 18th annual Oktoberfest. The Breckenridge Resort Chamber is currently seeking volunteers for Sept. 14, Sept. 15 and Sept. 16. Duties include: merchandise sales, pouring beer (must be 21), ticket sales, set-up, break down and much more. The shifts are short, tons of fun and all volunteers receive free stuff. For more info or to sign up for a shift, contact Gavin at (970) 453-5055.
Eighteen-year-old Rae Heim is running across the country barefoot to raise awareness for Soles4Souls, an organization with a simple concept: they procure shoes and get them to those in need. Heim will be at the Dillon Amphitheatre on tonight and the town of Dillon is supporting her by asking for you to bring in your gently worn shoes or sneakers to the amphitheatre to donate. Call (970) 468-2403 for more info.
Marina Mutt Day is on Monday at the Dillon Marina and always has a huge crowd participating in all kinds of doggie contests and winning some really cool stuff for humans and dogs. Keep an eye on the Daily for more info, but it will run from around 2-4 in the afternoon. All proceeds benefit LAPS.
The Keystone Science School, in partnership with Colorado River District, Aurora Water and Denver Water, will be hosting a standards-based, educational, three-day water program known as H2O Outdoors. Open to all Colorado high school students, H2O Outdoors will take place Oct. 13-15. The aim of the program is to provide students with insight into the world of Colorado’s water supply, laws and quality through hands-on experience in watershed observation. At the close of the program, students will present their findings during a “town hall” formatted dialogue. Meals and dorm-style housing are provided to all students and chaperones come from the Keystone Science School. Colorado students can enjoy this experience for only $25. Registration forms and fees are due by Sept. 14. For more info about H2O Outdoors or to register, contact Amanda Seidler at (970) 468-2098 or visit http://www.keystonescienceschool.org.
Rollicking good times await volunteers with Breckenridge’s own Backstage Theatre. Contact email@example.com.
The Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival returns to Summit County for its 15th season in September. This extraordinary music can be enjoyed by residents and visitors at four concerts during the week of Sept. 9-14. Reiko Aizawa and Jesse Mills, co-artistic directors of the festival, have invited five renowned musicians to join them. Concerts will take place at Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church in Dillon on Sept. 11 and Sept. 14. Soirees will take place at private homes on Sept. 9 and Sept. 13. Seating is limited. All concerts begin at 7 p.m. For info and soiree tickets: go to www. alpenglowchambermusic.org or call (970) 468-4774.
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