Summit Events


Winter Events

NOTE: All events that are posted, could change without notice, might be cancellation, change of dates, or times, so please call ahead to the event your interested in, to make sure its still on or no changes happening And its best to look into details, if not sure if event is Free or not. The post sent to me may not always say it.



The businesses below have not been sorted by Town due to the fact that many are providing virtual classes, activities or entertainment that can be accessed online and/or services that are not duplicated in all areas.                                                                                                 



Barre Forte Summit County 

409 Main St #204, Frisco, CO 80443 - Offering online classes. Less than one hour classes in the comfort of your own home. Visit their Facebook page at HERE for more details.


Bhava Yoga

505 S. Main St - A5 at Main Street Station, Breckenridge, CO - Closed until further notice. Online classes coming soon. Visit the website at for more information.

Club Z Tutoring

Online tutoring. We accept online payments and meet with students virtually. 800-434-2582

Meta Yoga Studios

118 S. Ridge St - #5 & 6, Breckenridge, CO - Closed until further notice. FREE virtual mini-sessions available on our Instagram @metayoga and Facebook /metayogastudios.

Studio B

101 Third Avenue - Providing virtual online classes - see Facebook Page for details HERE (970) 368-2439


Sunny Side Up Studio/The Groovy Moose

302 S Main St unit b, Breckenridge, CO - Offering online workshops for arts and crafts. There is an honesty shop outside, the honesty shop where people can take what they want and leave cash through the door or venmo! Delivery for project kits, and online ordering also available. Visit on Facebook at @thesunnysideupstudio or for more details.


October 20th & 26th

Kids' Pumpkin Painting Night-5.30 pm-8.30 pm,  Pumpkin and paints are complimentary for kids with the purchase of adult dinners. All current COVID restrictions in place. Masks required when entering/exiting the restaurant and using the restrooms. 

Timberline Craft Kitchen & Cocktails,246 Rainbow Dr.,Suite Y, Silverthorne

(970) 455-8385 Pre-registration required

October 23rd & 30th

Preston Ghost Town Hike-9am, This 3-mile hike takes you to the ghost town of Preston, which was a bustling center of approximately 150 residents, a post office, shops and a school. Learn about the town’s history, the many mines that operated in the area and what led to Preston’s demise.  Ticket purchase & pre-registration required Price: 

$20 - $30 , Breckenridge Heritage Alliance, 309 N. Main St. Breckenridge 

(970) 453-9767 x2


October 23rd,28th,30th

Breckenridge Haunted Tour Breckenridge has its share of eerie and unexplained stories. This popular evening walking tour takes visitors to places claimed to be haunted by lingering spirits from the past. Search for the ghosts still rumored to haunt these establishments today.Due to COVID-19 health restrictions, this is an outdoor-only tour at this time. The tour does not take you inside any buildings. Ticket purchase & pre-registration requiredPrice: $15 - $20, Where is the event? Breckenridge Welcome Center 203 S. Main St. Breckenridge. (970) 453-9767 x2

October 24th

Dia De Los Muertos Performances/activities-11 am-4 pmEvent  


Where is the event? Riverwalk Center 150 W. Adams Ave. Breckenridge (970) 453-3187

Experience intimate performances and cultural activities in the Riverwalk Center in downtown Breckenridge, including storytelling, traditional Aztec dancing, and an ofrenda-making demonstration.  Space will be limited and offered on a first-come first-served basis to allow for social distancing. Activities and performances will each run approximately 30 – 40 minutes, and young guests will be encouraged to take a Día de los Muertos craft project to make at home. Schedule:
11 a.m.: Storyteller from the Mexican Cultural Center in Denver
noon: Aztec Dancers from Groupo Huizilopchtli
1 p.m.: Storyteller from Mexican Cultural Center in Denver
2 p.m.: Ofrenda demonstration
3 p.m.: Aztec Dancers from Groupo Huizilopchtli

October 24th & 31st

Women of Bill's Ranch Historic Walking Tour,10 am-noon, Price:  $15; $5 for children 4-12; 4& under free. , 300 E. Main Street, Frisco

With all new content, this tour looks at 1930s Frisco through the eyes of its most influential residents — the women who called Bill’s Ranch home.

This two-hour walking tour winds through the historic Bill’s Ranch Neighborhood, Frisco’s first suburb. Learn about Jane Thomas and her family, their dairy ranch, and their creative solution that sustained Frisco’s population through the Great Depression.

This tour is entirely outdoors and offered rain or shine so, please wear weather-appropriate shoes and dress in layers. We would ask you to please leave your pets at home.All Frisco Historic Park & Museum Tours are subject to local and state health ordinances. Participants will be required to wear face coverings throughout the tour. Please be mindful and maintain physical distancing whenever possible.

November 3rd

Cheese and Cocktail Pairing-6pm-7.30 pm, 1121 Dillon Dam Rd, Frisco CO., Price: 

$30, Pre-registration required. Learn about cheeses from different regions and different types of milk, taste their unique qualities, then enjoy a mini-cocktail with each cheese that has been selected specifically for how it complements the individual characteristics of the cheese. Ask questions and learn how we create pairings. Each guest will get four cheeses and four mini-cocktails and notes on each cheese. This is a ticketed event and everyone will be expected to stay at their tables and wear a mask when except when they are seated. If you are coming with a group and don't order tickets together, please indicate who is in your group upon reservation so we can accommodate each table.


Hosted by Rising Sun Distillery and the Truffle Cheese Shop.