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

Today’s top four things to do in Summit County

"Science, Adventure, and Fun” is an exhibition highlighting the activities at the Keystone Science School, presented by the artists of the Arts Alive Gallery. Since 1976, the Keystone Science School, a nonprofit organization, has taught scientific principles and leadership skills to young people, teachers and community members through engaging hands-on field experiences. A reception will be held on June 11, 4-8 p.m. and tickets may be purchased at the door or by going to The reception is a the Arts Alive Gallery, La Cima Mall, 500 S Main Street (970) 453-0450. The exhibition will be on display the month of June.
Courtesy Keystone Science School |

Paint Your Own Art! Pottery/Canvas/Mosaics

Breckenridge, June 11

11 a.m., Ready Paint Fire, 323 N. Main St. Great for kids and adults. Everything provided. $10- $50.

Frisco Rowing Center Open House

Frisco, June 11

8 a.m., Frisco Marina. Learn about the rowing club, try out its on-land rowing machines, learn the basics, and take a few strokes in one of the clubs sliding seat rowing shells. Talk to club members about lessons and membership opportunities. For more information go to the clubs website, email or (970) 409-8435.

Tumble Bubbles

Breckenridge, June 11

11 a.m., Maggie Pond, Village of Breckenridge, Park Ave. Tumble Bubbles will be at Maggie Pond in Breckenridge for the whole summer.

Walk With The Dead

Breckenridge, June 11

10:30 a.m., Main Street Station, 505 S. Main St. Go back in time with this walking tour which starts at the site of the original cemetery of Breckenridge. Hear the history of the town’s burial grounds and also the stories of the locals that are buried here. Visit their places of business or homes on the way. (970) 343-9169.

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