What’s Going on in the Mountains: October 16th-18th

Friday, October 16th 2015

Adult Drop-In Hockey: 8:30am Stephen C. West Ice Arena, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Preston Ghost Town & Gold Mine Tour: 10am Breckenridge Golf Course. Click Here for more information.

Behind Swinging Doors Saloon Tour: 5:00pm Breckenridge Heritage Alliance. Click Here for more information.

Birch Street Concert: 9:30pm Snake River Saloon. Click Here for more information.

Saturday, October 17th 2015

Yoga: 8:00am Epic Mountain Gear Frisco. Click Here for more information.

Adult Drop-In Tennis Clinic: 10:30am Keystone Tennis Center. Click Here for more information.

Met Opera Live in HD, Otello Verdi: 10:55am Colorado Mountain College. Click Here for more information.

Public Skate Session: 1:15pm Stephen C. West Arena. Click Here for more information.

Summit Ski Exhibit: All Day Summit Ski Museum, Breckenridge. Click Here for more information.

Live Music with Long/Story/Short: 9:00pm Bangkok Happy Bowl, Vail. Click Here for more information.

Sunday, October 18th 2015

Osage Gardens Pumpkin Patch: 9:30am New Castle. Click Here for more information.

Harp Recital: 4:00pm Lake Dillon Theatre, Dillon. Click Here for more information.

Vail Valley Band: 7:00pm Route 6 Café Vail. Click Here for more information.

Beginning Aerial Yoga: 7:00pm Roaring Fork Crossfit, Basalt. Click Here for more information.


 

Some off-season Restaurant deals:

Blue River Bistro: ½ off bottle of wines

Quandry Grille: Two for One Entrees with purchase of appetizer and beverage

Dillon Dam Brewery: 30% Off Pub Dinners 5-10pm

Nozawa: 50% off Select Sushi Rolls & Kitchen Entrees

Silverheels: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees

Kemosabe Sushi Bar: 25% off Total Bill 6-10pm

Hearthstone Restaurant: 2 for 1 Entrees Monday-Wednesday

Blue Spruce Inn: Every Dinner Entrée 1/3 Price

Mi Casa: 2 for 1 Dinner Entrees (dining passport required) Sun-Wed

Keystone Ranch: 3 for $33 October 8th-10th


 

**New Restaurant:

Tavern West:

“Tavern West features new American dishes crafted from all-natural meats and seafood, sourced locally whenever possible. With a wood-burning grill, a smoker and a rotisserie in his arsenal of culinary tools, Chef Ryan Worthen creates layers of flavor reminiscent of family favorites, but not easily found at home.”