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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Free community dinner

Silverthorne, Nov. 11

5-7 p.m., Elks Lodge. Free Community Dinner served to all every Tuesday. The Elks Lodge is 3 blocks north of Target on Hiway 9 in Silverthorne.

Quiet the Mind

Breckenridge, Nov. 11

2:30 p.m., Meta Yoga Studios, 118 South Ridge St. Quiet the Mind, Energize the Soul is a weekly one hour meditation and relaxation class to help you tune in, still the mind and prepare your body to sit in a meditative state. All with the aim of ‘Empowering You to Thrive’ and live the fullest and most joyful life possible. The class will provide a foundation to help you establish a regular mediation practice. No experience required. All levels welcome. MYS passes welcome.

Drop In Pickle Ball

Silverhtorne, Nov. 11

11:30 a.m., Silverthorne Recreation Center, 430 Rainbow Drive. Drop in sports are free with a valid Silverthorne Recreation Center pass or daily admission. Clean, non-marking gym shoes are required while using gymnasium. All games must fall within the designated drop in times. Ages 16 and older. (970) 262-7370.

Veterans Day Assembly

Breckenridge, Nov. 11

11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Frisco Elementary School, 800 8th Ave. Frisco Elementary School would like to invite all veterans to the annual Veterans Day Assembly to honor your service. There will be classroom talks and a lunch social with fellow Veterans, followed by an assembly. Please RSVP to Leslie at (970) 409-8926, or by email to Thank you to all Veterans.

Ladies’ Night with Karaoke hosted by DJ Spicolli

Dillon, Nov. 11

9 p.m., Lake Dilon Tavern, 119 E LaBonte Street #108. Win free prizes for performances, and never a cover. Over 30k songs to choose from, and true, professional stage and sound system to sing on. Absolutely the best Karaoke night in the county.

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