Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
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Pilgrim’s Breakfast Breckenridge, June 7
9 a.m., Yellow Arrow Coffee, 103 S. Harris St. Fuel up for the day ahead and meet other pilgrims, including several volunteers who have completed the Camino de Santiago. Traditional Spanish breakfast, buffet style. Coffee and juice included. Reservations strongly encouraged.
Summit County Camino Breckenridge, June 7
10 a.m., Yellow Arrow Coffee, 103 S. Harris St. Starts at Yellow Arrow Coffee, ends at St. Johns Episcopal in Breckenridge Join fellow pilgrims for a mini day on the camino right here in Summit County. The five-mile walk takes pilgrims past historic sights, stunning views, and chances to stop and relax with a coffee or a bite at local businesses in Breckenridge. Earn stamps in a pilgrims passport to get your Summit County Compostela at the end.
Human Trafficking – Let’s End It Together Dillon, June 7
4 p.m., Lord of the Mountains, 56 U.S. Highway 6. Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal industry in the world and the second largest behind the drug trade. Libby Swenson, the National Partnership Director of CRU/ International Justice Mission, will lead a discussion. (970) 468-6809.
Loveland Pedal Club Ride Copper Mountain, June 7
All Day, Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle. A 24 mile, moderate to difficult, Fremont Pass Ride. Meet at the gas station/bike path access parking lot by Copper Mountain. (Take the Copper Mountain entrance. Turn left. It’s the first lot.) For information contact Sue F at (970) 593-2767.
Community Dinner Breckenridge, June 7
6 p.m., Father Dyer United Methodist Church, 310 Wellington Road. Free community fellowship meal in church basement. (970) 453-2250.
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