EVENTS THIS WEEKEND | Keystone Restaurant Week
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Jun 9, 2016 // Tracy Schwartz
EVENTS THIS WEEKEND | Keystone Restaurant Week

You’ll want to check out at least one of these events this weekend!

 

June 10-19 – Keystone Restaurant Week | River Run Village

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Enjoy a culinary experience at a discount. Restaurants in Keystone’s River Run Village will be celebrating Restaurant Week with a variety of specials, sales and entertainment. Restaurants feature culinary specials, wine pairings, kid-themed meals and more, for lunches and dinners all week long that are advertised.

 

 

June 11 – Rob Millisor Heart Health Walk | Carter park, Breckenridge

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In honor of Rob, BGV Gives (BGV’s philanthropy program) will host a family-friendly walk to raise funds in support of heart health programs, education and research on June 11th, 2016.

ATTENTION: The on-line registration site for The Walk will close on Thursday, June 9 at midnight. Please complete your registration today! On-site registration will be available at Carter Park beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, June 11.

 

June 11 – Highest Airshow on Earth | Dillon Reservoir

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This is the can’t miss event of the spring season. Now, in it’s third year it just keeps getting better. There will be high-flying fun over the reservoir with entertainment at Marina Park including glider displays, kids zone, air museum exhibits, yummy food, libations and much more. The fun continues into the afternoon with live music at the Dillon Amphitheatre.

For the best viewing it’s recommended that you arrive early and utilize the recreation path just below Marina Park.

 

 

 

 

June 11 – National Repertory Orchestra (NRO), Opening Night | Riverwalk Center, Breckenridge

NRO-logo.CMYK_The NRO’s Opening Night, Rhapsody in Blue, will feature pieces by John Williams, Paul Hindemith, George Gershwin and Edward Elgar.

Every year the NRO auditions nearly 1,000 musicians between the ages of 18 and 29 in about 25 different cities across the country to fill the 88 tuition-free spots of the orchestra. The United States is not the only country to be represented in the NRO, with many of our fellows originating from countries in Europe, Asia and South America. So, while “National” is in our name, “International” is in our music.

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