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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Drop-In Bocce is Thursday, May 26 at Dillon Town Park at 5 p.m. Bocce is easy for everyone to pickup and learn making summer the perfect time to start. Free event.
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Shibori Dyed Silk Scarves

Breckenridge, May 26

6 p.m., Randall Barn, 114 E. Washington Ave. Learn the basics of this Japanese method of tie dyeing, with the use of acid dyes. Register at least 24 hours in advance at (970) 453-3364.

Drop In Bocce

Dillon, May 26 & June 2

5 p.m., Dillon Town Park. Come Enjoy Americas Italian Pastime Bocce is easy for everyone to pickup and learn making summer the perfect time to start.

Kids Wanted for NBA Fit Clinic

Silverthorne, May 26-June 2

10:30 a.m., Silverthorne Recreation Center, 430 Rainbow Drive. Summit County youth ages 7-13 are invited to register for the free NBA Fit Clinic. Participation is limited to 100 boys and girls for this special NBA event. If your child would like to participate send an email to or call Susan at (970) 210-5516 for more information. Please include your name, your child’s name and age, and include your contact information.

Ghostly Tales

Breckenridge, May 26

7 p.m., Ghostly Tales Haunted Tour, 180 W. Jefferson. Explore the darker side of Breckenridge’s past on this 90 minute, historical walking tour. We will introduce you to such characters as Sylvia, the lonely widow; William Goodwin, the mangled miner; and Dr. Condon, the cold blooded killer. $18 with Credit Card, $15 cash. Call for reservations (970) 485-2894 or (970) 343-9169.

Songwriters Circle

Breckenridge, May 26

6 p.m., Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St. Songwriters can bring original songs to play for the group and receive constructive feedback from other participants. Components such as structure, word choice, and melody will be discussed. Open to songwriters of all musical genres, modest accompaniment is not required but preferred. Free. (970) 453-3364.

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