Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

On Monday, Nov. 16, from 6:30–8:00 p.m. Caryn and Peter Boddie present, “Bygone Skiers and Lost Ski Hills,” as part of the continuing adult fall reading program, Stop Me if You’ve Read This One, at the Summit County Library. The Main Library in Frisco hosts this published couple for a multi-media presentation that will take attendees on a tour of the hills folks once skied in Summit County and other parts of Colorado.
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Lost Ski Areas of Colorado

Frisco, Nov. 16

6:30 p.m., Summit County Library, 37 Peak One Drive. The Boddies will surprise you with tales of areas once skied in Colorado on November 16. Many of the stories they are sharing will be found in their new book about the Central and Southern Rockies, being released this same day!

Cosmic Mesa

Frisco, Nov. 18

9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. A Cosmic Americana Grass band that takes bluegrass to new depths. Along with great originals the band also plays a mixture of crazy fiddle tunes, old traditionals and some choice covers. Free show.

Early Bird Yoga

Dillon, Nov. 16 & 18

8 a.m., Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church, 56 US Highway 6. Join us with our modified Kundalini Yoga any Monday, Wednesday or Friday and stay fit. Drop ins welcome. We concentrate on breathing, strength, and flexibility. The perfect class for all levels.

Family Gym Time

Breckenridge, Nov. 16 & 18

10 a.m., Breckenridge Recreation Center, 880 Airport Road. An inflatable jungle is set up along with gym mats and other play equipment, so kids can have a roomy, warm, indoor space for active play and socialization. Family Gym Time is an open-play format with no instruction provided. Parent supervision is required; no registration is required. $6.50 drop-in fee. Kids up to age 5 are welcome. (970) 453-1734.

The Truth About Labels

Dillon, Nov. 16 & 17

5 p.m., Dillon Natural Grocers, 761 W. Anemone Trail. Food has changed more in the last 100 years than in the last 10,000, especially animal products. Natural, free-range, grass-fed—what do these labels really mean and which is best? We will help you understand the rules and loopholes so that you can shop with confidence that you are getting what you pay for.

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