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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Womens Resource Center Fall Banquet

Keystone, Oct. 4

6 p.m., Warren Station Center for the Arts, 164 Ida Belle Drive. The Women’s Resource Center Board and volunteers will be holding their annual fall banquet to support ministry to local men and women involved in unintended pregnancies. Brian Myers, former pastor of Dillon Community Church and author of The Upward Fall, will be the featured speaker. Donations are gladly accepted. (970) 423-8996.

Urban Dance Theory

Dillon, Oct. 4

9 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. Urban Dance Theory will be rockin the Snake with an exciting new female vocalist up front.

The North Face Speaker Series

Breckenridge, Oct. 4

7:30 p.m., Breckenridge Riverwalk Center, 150 West Adams St. Join the Adventure: The Never Stop Exploring Speaker Series Brings Sage Cattabriga-Alosa to Breckenridge. Sage is one of the biggest names in the ski-film industry, winning Best Male Performance from Powder Magazine’s video awards in 2004, 2009, and 2011. A Light Dose is the tale of what happens when his two worlds art and skiing collide. (970) 453-5000.

2014 Moon Walk

Alma, Oct. 4

7 p.m., Alma Buckskin Cemetery, Park County Road 8. Walk and enjoy the evening during the full moon while being guided through the Buckskin cemetery. Listen to tales of days gone by and learn the history of Buckskin Gulch. After the walk, enjoy homemade cookies, cider and hot chocolate. A small gift bag is available for children while supplies last. $5 suggested donation. (719) 836-3324.

Dredge Boat Hike

Breckenridge, Oct. 4

10 a.m., B&B Trailhead, French Gulch Road. Hike through Breckenridge’s fabled Golden Horseshoe, the location of dozens of early mining operations. Along the way are scenic views, former mine sites and the remains of the Reiling Dredge boat. Weather permitting, reservations required – online or call (970) 453-9767 x2.

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