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Thursday, August 16 - Wednesday, August 22

a– Activity  e– Event k– Kid’s Activity/Event  
b– Bar/Club/Nightlife  h– Historical Activity r– Restaurant/Food 
c– Cultural Activity  i– Information  s– Shopping

                                 

Thursday, August 16


(h) Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Speaker Series: They Weren’t All Prostitutes and Gamblers – 3 p.m. at Town Hall. Free! 800-980-1859

(c) The Backstage Theatre Presents: "The Smell of the Kill” –7:30 p.m. at the Breckenridge Theatre. Take three delicious, malicious wives; add three miserable, unloving husbands. Shake (not stir) them carefully, and chill. That’s the recipe for this tantalizing black comedy. 970-453-0199 for reservations.

(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes – BodyPump 6:15 & 8 a.m.; Mat Pilates 10:30 a.m.; Yoga Express 12 p.m.; RPM 12 p.m.; BodyPump 5:30 p.m.; Yoga Intermediate 5:30 p.m. (Ice Rink). 970-453-1734

(a) Fitness Classes at The Spa & Athletic Club – Cycling 8 a.m. 970-453-9300 x2

(a) Yoga at Abby Hall – Anusara Inspired Yoga 9-10:30 a.m.; Tai Chi 6-7:30 p.m. Abby Hall is located at 136 S. Main St. $10/class.

970-453-8558

(r) Locals’ and Wine Club Night at The Cellar – 970-453-4777

Friday, August 17

(e) 23rd Annual Genuine Jazz and Wine Festival (17-19) - This unique festival combines hot night-time indoor shows with daytime concerts at the base of the picturesque Rocky Mountains . The night-time concerts are held within walking distance at the Ten Mile Ball Room, while the day-time and early evening concerts take place on two outdoor stages: Village Plaza Stage and Main Street Station Stage. Known for its scenic splendor and internationally renowned talent, this weekend festival spotlights groups with styles ranging from Smooth Jazz and Fusion to Mainstream, and delights an audience composed of people from around the world.Visit www.genuinejazz.com for more details or call 970-418-2121.

(a) Summit Junior Tennis Tournament (17-19) – All day at the Breckenridge Recreation Center . This tournament will crown the Breckenridge summer junior champion. 970-453-1734

(c) Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra: “Music and Art” – 7:30 p.m. at the Riverwalk Center . 970-547-3100– 7:30 p.m. at the Riverwalk Center . 970-547-3100

(c) The Backstage Theatre Presents: "The Smell of the Kill” –7:30 p.m. at the Breckenridge Theatre. Take three delicious, malicious wives; add three miserable, unloving husbands. Shake (not stir) them carefully, and chill. That’s the recipe for this tantalizing black comedy. 970-453-0199 for reservations.

(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes –Cycle for Cyclists “Skills and Drills” 6:15 a.m.; Step Combo 8 a.m.; Strength/Stretch 9:05 a.m.; Boot Camp 9:45 a.m.; Skaters Yoga 10 a.m. (Ice Rink); BodyPump 12 p.m. 970-453-1734

(a) Fitness Classes at The Spa & Athletic Club - T’ai Chi 6 p.m. 970-453-9300 x2

(a) Yoga at Abby Hall – Anusara Inspired Hatha Yoga 9-10:30 a.m. Abby Hall is located at 136 S. Main St. $10/class. 970-453-8558

(r) Friday Shrimp Boil – 5-7 p.m. at the Salt Creek. FREE Friday shrimp boil on the deck of Salt Creek. For more info rmation, call 970-453-4949.

Saturday, August 18

(e) 23rd Annual Genuine Jazz and Wine Festival (17-19) - Known for its scenic splendor and internationally renowned talent, this weekend festival spotlights groups with styles ranging from Smooth Jazz and Fusion to Mainstream, and delights an audience composed of people from around the world.Today’s festival includes a wine tasting event from 1-5p.m. at the Main Street Station Plaza. Enjoy samples of 13 different wines, live jazz and art exhibits. $25 entry fee for 10 samples and a souvenir glass. Visit www.genuinejazz.com for more details or call 970-418-2121.

(h) 12th Annual Boreas Pass Railroad Day – 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. A celebration of the narrow gauge railroad route over Boreas Pass. Activities will take place from Como to Breckenridge along Boreas Pass Road . Speakers and interpreters will be available at spots along the route including: Boreas Pass Station, Baker’s Tank and the Rotary Snowplow Park . Contact the US Forest Service at 719-836-2031 for additional info rmation.

(a) Summit Junior Tennis Tournament (17-19) – All day at the Breckenridge Recreation Center . This tournament will crown the Breckenridge summer junior champion. 970-453-1734

(a) Mountain Biking Adventure Clinic – Get in gear. Fine tune your riding skills on pristine single track trails in Summit County ’s backcountry. Learn how to fix those mechanicals without having to consult anyone else. An action-packed day with good fun, great trails and new riding partners. 970-668-8900 or www.coloradobikeandski.com

(c) Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra Season Finale: “Orchestra Showcase” – 7:30 p.m. at the Riverwalk Center . 970-547-3100

(c) The Backstage Theatre Presents: "The Smell of the Kill” –7:30 p.m. at the Breckenridge Theatre. Take three delicious, malicious wives; add three miserable, unloving husbands. Shake (not stir) them carefully, and chill. That’s the recipe for this tantalizing black comedy. 970-453-0199 for reservations.

(c) The Backstage Theatre Presents: “The Hobbit” – 11 a.m. at the Breckenridge Theatre, 121 S. Ridge St . “The Hobbit" is a new adaptation of the beloved Tolkien story. In this version, it is the eve of Bilbo Baggins’ 111th birthday. Bilbo’s nephew, Frodo, discovers the book Bilbo has been writing about his adventures battling trolls, goblins, and the feared dragon, Smaug. Frodo convinces Bilbo to tell his story, and with the help of other hobbits – as well as the powerful wizard, Gandalf the Grey – "the greatest adventure" of a simple hobbit comes to magical life. 970-453-0199 for reservations.

(k) Parents’ Night Out – 5-8 p.m. at the Breckenridge Recreation Center . Kids will have a great time with climbing, activities, games and dinner. Ages 3-12. 970-453-1734

(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes –BodyPump 8:30 a.m.; Yoga All Levels 9:45 a.m. 970-453-1734

(a) Fitness Classes at The Spa & Athletic Club – Yoga 11:30 a.m. 970-453-9300 x 2

(a) Yoga at Abby Hall – Hatha Yoga, 9-10:30 a.m. $10 drop in fee. 970-453-9544

Sunday, August 19

(e) 23rd Annual Genuine Jazz and Wine Festival (17-19) - This unique festival combines hot night-time indoor shows with daytime concerts at the base of the picturesque Rocky Mountains . The night-time concerts are held within walking distance at the Ten Mile Ball Room, while the day-time and early evening concerts take place on two outdoor stages: Village Plaza Stage and Main Street Station Stage. Known for its scenic splendor and internationally renowned talent, this weekend festival spotlights groups with styles ranging from Smooth Jazz and Fusion to Mainstream, and delights an audience composed of people from around the world.Visit www.genuinejazz.com for more details or call 970-418-2121.

(c) Breckenridge World Market - Every Sunday and boasts 40+ vendors from around the world sharing their hand made crafts and exotic goods as well as three farms, one all-organic, supplying vegetables and fruits. The market is held every Sunday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and there will be live music on the Plaza stage from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. each Sunday. For more info rmation call (970) 453-4000.

(c) Blue River Series: Asleep at the Wheel – 7:30 p.m. at the Riverwalk Center . This Western swing band has entertained thousands of people across the country and has won nine Grammys since 1970 - including one in 2001 for best Vocal Performance By A Duo or Group for "Cherokee Maiden" from their acclaimed Ride With Bob album. Rolling Stone, who voted Asleep at the Wheel "Best Country & Western Band" in 1977, refers to the band as one of the most popular and acclaimed bands of its genre, re-popularizing western swing at a time when it had fallen out of favor with the country world. 970-547-3100

(c) The Backstage Theatre Presents: "The Smell of the Kill” –7:30 p.m. at the Breckenridge Theatre. Take three delicious, malicious wives; add three miserable, unloving husbands. Shake (not stir) them carefully, and chill. That’s the recipe for this tantalizing black comedy. 970-453-0199 for reservations.

(c) The Backstage Theatre Presents: “The Hobbit” – 1 p.m. at the Breckenridge Theatre, 121 S. Ridge St. “The Hobbit" is a new adaptation of the beloved Tolkien story. In this version, it is the eve of Bilbo Baggins’ 111th birthday. Bilbo’s nephew, Frodo, discovers the book Bilbo has been writing about his adventures battling trolls, goblins, and the feared dragon, Smaug. Frodo convinces Bilbo to tell his story, and with the help of other hobbits – as well as the powerful wizard, Gandalf the Grey – "the greatest adventure" of a simple hobbit comes to magical life. 970-453-0199 for reservations.

(a) Summit Junior Tennis Tournament (17-19) – All day at the Breckenridge Recreation Center . This tournament will crown the Breckenridge summer junior champion. 970-453-1734

(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes – Ashtangha Yoga Level 1&2 6 p.m. 970-453-1734

(a) Breckenridge Nature Series Star Gaze – 8:30 p.m. See Jupiter’s cloud bands and wonders of the summer Milky Way. The universe is truly at your fingertips in this program designed to educate and entertain anyone who has ever been curious about the night sky. Meet at the Breckenridge Golf Club. 970-453-1734

Monday, August 20

(i) Epic Tales – 7 p.m. at the Breckenridge Theatre. The Nature Series and Adventure Programming staff pair up to bring you tales of adventure and nature/wilderness clinics. Be inspired and motivated by slideshows of epic tales of adventures in skiing, climbing, kayaking and other outdoor sports. 970-453-1734

(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes – Cycle Endurance 6:15 a.m.; Boot Camp 6:30 and 9:45 a.m.; Step Combo 8 a.m.; H2O Combo 8 a.m.; Strength/Stretch 9:05 a.m.; Core Pilates 11:05 a.m.; Body Pump 12 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.; Yoga Intermediate Vinyasa 5:30 p.m. (Ice Rink); Beginners Progressive Yoga 7 p.m. (Ice Rink). 970-453-1734

(a) Acrylic Miniatures – 6-8 p.m. at the Robert Whyte House. Learn how to paint small yet compelling images using acrylic paints. You may also create multiple paintings to form a dyptych or tryptych. 970-453-3364

Tuesday, August 21

(k) Kidz Calliope – 2 p.m. at the Riverwalk Center . Red Panda Acrobatics. Come watch this spectacular performance that includes acrobatic skills, traditional Chinese music, colorful costumes, and a fast paced show that is guaranteed to amaze any audience. 970-547-3100

(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes –Body Pump 6:15 and 8 a.m.; Modified and Amplified 9:45 a.m.; Mat Pilates 10:30 a.m.; Yoga Express 12 p.m.; RPM 12 p.m.; Latinas en Movimiento 2 p.m.; Yoga Basics 5:30 p.m.; Yoga Intermediate 5:30 p.m. (Ice Rink). 970-453-1734

(a) Fitness Classes at The Spa & Athletic Club – Yoga 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.

(a) Seriously Ceramic – 5:30-8 p.m. at the Robert Whyte House, 127 S. Ridge St . This ceramic session challenges students to focus on intention and technique. 970-453-3364

(a) Yoga at Abby Hall – 136 S. Main St. Hatha Yoga 9-10:30 a.m. $10/class. 970-453-8558

(s) Tea Time Quilting and Stitchery – All levels are invited to a knitting gathering every Tuesday from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Located at 122 S. Main Street, upstairs. An instructor will be on hand to answer questions. Free! 970-547-8300

Wednesday, August 22

(a) Breckenridge Recreation Center Classes – RPM 6:15 a.m. and 12 p.m.; Boot Camp 6:30 a.m. and 9:45 a.m.; Yoga Basics 8 a.m.; Strength/Stretch 9:05 a.m.; Total Body Pilates 11:05 a.m.; BodyPump 12 p.m.; Yoga for Athletes 5:30 p.m. 970-453-1734

(a) Fitness Classes at The Spa & Athletic Club –T’ai Chi 6:30 p.m. 970-453-9300, x2

(a) Yoga at Abby Hall – 136 S. Main St. Anusara Inspired Hatha Yoga 9-10:30 a.m.; Qigong 5:30-6:15 p.m.; Shaolin Kung Fu 6:30-8 p.m. $10/class. 970-453-8558

(r) Wine Tasting at The Cellar - 5:30 p.m. (Limited seating, reservations recommended). South America by the Taste! Fun and exciting wines from all over South America ! We will discover Chilean Chardonnay and Cabernet, Argentinian Torrontes and Malbec, and Uruguayan Tannat.970-453-4777

Ongoing Restaurant Specials

(r) Briar Rose Restaurant - 109 Lincoln Avenue. Bar/lounge opens at 4:30 p.m. The Fresh Pineapple Martinis are back for the summer. Special appetizers available in the bar and on the deck. Alaskan king crab feast on Saturday night. Call for early bird specials. Reservations accepted. 970-453-9948

(r) Bubba Gump Shrimp Co – Happy hour from 2-5 p.m. (until 6 p.m. if you’re a local!) in the bar & on the back deck including 2-for-1 Apps, $4 & $5 pitchers of beer, $3.50 22oz margaritas, $1 PBR’s and more!

(b) Jake’s Dive Bar – Happy hour daily from 3-7 p.m. Daily drink specials; free pool Sundays and Tuesdays; $6 Workman’s special Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. 970-547-0110

(r) Mi Casa Mexican Restaurant – Daily Happy Hour in the Cantina nightly from 3-6 p.m. with free munchies. 970-453-2071

Ongoing Sales/Promotions

(i) Bed & Breakfast Inns Locals’ Appreciation Special – The Bed & Breakfast experience offers unrivaled amenities. Allaire Timbers Inn: 970-453-7530, Barn on the River: 970-453-2975, Fireside Inn: 970-453-6456, Four Peaks Inn: 970-453-3813, Hunt Placer Inn: 970-453-7573.

(s) Gourmet Cabby Intern et Café – ½ price internet access any day of the week from 8 a.m. – midnight if you mention “The Scoop.” 408 S. Ridge St. 970-453-7788

(s) Main Street Outlet – 20% to 70% off on all sportswear, skiwear and snowboardwear! This is our 13th year of offering quality, service and the best prices in town! That’s the One and Only Main Street Outlet located at 324 South Main Street , Breckenridge. 970-453-1300

(s) Manicures and Pedicures by Mary Jo – Always 10% off services if you mention The Scoop when booking an appointment. 970-390-1873

(p) Ski Hill Mortgage – Jumbo 30 year fixed (loan amounts over $417,000) rate mortgage is now 6.75% with no points and no appraisal fee. For more info , please call Judy Wallace at 970-453-7883 or email skihillmtg@aol.com.

Ongoing Activities

(a) Arts Alive Gallery – Summit County’s only local artists’ co-op gallery featuring for sale contemporary and classic paintings, sculpture, photography, ceramics, hand-blown glass and custom jewelry. Come by to view the “History: Through Arists’ Eyes” exhibit.he exhibit celebrates the heritage of Breckenridge with works from local artists. La Cima Mall, 500 S. Main St. Open Daily, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 970-453-0450

(h) Historic District Walking Tours – Walk through downtown Breckenridge and visit the Historic District. The Breckenridge district is listed on the Secretary of Interior National Register of Historic Places and is one of the largest historic districts in Colorado . It contains many early homes from log cabins to stately Victorian residences. You’ll also learn about commerce, mining and life in early Breckenridge. Guided walking tours and self-guided brochures are available. Call for times. 1-800-980-1859.

(h) Historic Breckenridge – Take a guided stroll through historic Breckenridge sites and museums, including the following: Alice G. Milne Memorial Park , 102 N Harris St ; Barney Ford House Museum . 111 E Washington Ave; Briggle House, 104 N. Harris St; Country Boy Mine, French Gulch Rd; Edwin Carter 1875 Museum, 111 N. Ridge St; Iowa Hill Hydraulic Mine, Airport Road; Rotary Snowplow Park, Boreas Pass Rd; Valley Brook Cemetery, Airport Road at Valley Brook; Red, White and Blue Fire Museum, 316 North Main St.

1-800-980-1859

(k) Mountain Top Children’s Museum – Children and adults alike love this interactive museum, featuring exhibits and experiments in the Wonder Lab, art in the Creation Station, building in the Kidstruction Zone and performing on stage in Studio Imagination. Children under two can visit the Tot Spot. Located at 605 S. Park Ave. Parking is available at the F and Tiger Dredge lots across Park Avenue . Admission is $6 per child and $4 per adult. Children under one and seniors can enter free. 970-453-7878

(a) Public Skating at the Stephen C. West Ice Arena – Skate rentals and drop-in lessons also available. Times vary. Call 970-547-9974 for more information.

* Fly-Fishing * Four-Wheeling * Gold Panning * Hiking & Backpacking * Historical Tours *

* Horseback Riding * In-Line Skating * Jeep Rentals * Museum Tours * Mountain Biking *

* Rock Climbing * Spas * Skate Park * Whitewater Rafting * Concerts * Theatre… and more *

Call 970-453-6018 for information on activities.

Upcoming Events

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet – August 25-26

20th Annual Rubber Duck Races – September 1

Breckenridge Singletrack Festival – September 7-9

13th Annual Breckenridge Oktoberfest – September 14-16

 

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