Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
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Fall Hike Yoga Series
Breckenridge, Oct. 1
Noon, Meet at north gondola parking lot. Plan for approximately 2 hours of hiking and a 1 hour yoga practice, no mats required. Registration suggested, visit http://www.metayogastudios.com for details. Please meet at the North gondola lot at 15-20 minutes prior to carpool to the trailhead. (970) 485-2238.
CoWorking grand opening
Frisco, Oct. 1
All day, Elevate CoSpace, 711 Granite St. Come by throughout the day for an open house followed by a ribbon-cutting ceremony and party starting at 5 p.m. http://www.elevatecospace.com.
Bingo At the Summit
Silverthorne, Oct. 1
6:30 p.m., Summit County Elks Lodge #2561, 1321 Blue River Parkway. $10 buy in for all cash games and a featured $1 progressive Blackout bingo with consolation prizes weekly. Fun for all ages (under 18 must be accompanied by a paying adult).
Free Poker Night at Lake Dillon Tavern
Dillon, Oct. 1
7 p.m., Lake Dilon Tavern, 119 E LaBonte Street #108. Games start at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. and are hosted by Miss Erika Burton. Win gift certificates nightly and a trip to Vegas by competing in our ongoing cumulative tournament.
Breckenridge, Oct. 1, 3 & 4
7 p.m., 180 Jefferson Ave. A ghost hunt and walking tour of downtown Breckenridge. Visit some of the most haunted buildings in town. Equipment included. Adult $15, child $10. Call for reservation – Jamie (970) 485-2894.
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