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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

The smell of fresh cut hay, apples being pressed for cider, chopped corn fields, burning leaf litter piles, and autumn rain bring back memories of years past. People are weary and thankful for the good peach harvest, 25-pound boxes feel like 50. Fall farmers feasts and harvest dinner are starting to be planned.
Chris Brower / Uncle John’s Farm Stand |

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CASACD Volunteer Training

Dillon, Sept. 15

5:30 p.m., CASA of the Continental Divide, 330 Fiedler Drive. CASACD is seeking volunteer child advocates to get to know children involved in abuse and neglect cases and then report to the judge what is in their best interest. 35 hour training Sept. 15-26. Fill out an application at

Edges Skating Lessons

Breckenridge, Sept. 15

6:30 p.m., Stephen C. West Ice Arena, 0189 Boreas Pass Road. This new ice skating class focuses on control and power gained through the use of skate edges, along with the foundations of skating. If you do not consider yourself an intermediate and above skater, we highly recommend taking a concurrent Adult Ice Skating Lesson (also offered on Tuesday evenings).

SharQui Belly Dance Fitness Class

Breckenridge, Sept. 15

7 p.m., Summit School of Dance, 1900 Airport Road. SharQui (SHAR-key) is an hour long, all body, aerobic dance workout to great music. No dance experience or special equipment needed — not even shoes. Drop in classes, $10 cash/check.

Ghostly Tales

Breckenridge, Sept. 15

7 p.m., Dredge Restaurant, Breckenridge, 180 W. Jefferson Ave. Explore the darker side of Breckenridge’s past on this Ghost Hunt and 90 minute walking tour. Ghost-hunting equipment provided to help you find those ghosts. Adults $18, and $10 for children. Please call for reservations: Gail (970) 343-9169 or Jamie (970) 485-2894.

Free Community Dinner

Silverthorne, Sept. 15

5 p.m., Summit Elks Lodge. Free Community Dinner served to all every Tuesday. The Elks Lodge is 3 blocks north of Target on Highway 9.

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