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  • Alliance for Historical Preservation

    Alliance for Historical Preservation works to preserve historical sites in Summit County, Colorado.

    Contact Name: 
    Charlotte Clarke
    Email: 
    Charlottefrisco@yahoo.com
    Phone: 
    970-376-5153
    Mailing Address: 
    P.O. Box 1374 Frisco, CO 80443
  • Alpenglow Chamber Music Festivals, Inc.

    The mission of the Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival, a non-profit organization, is to enhance the cultural life of our diverse community by bringing nationally and internationally known musicians to Summit County. The Festival concerts encourage chamber music appreciation and education for adults and children. The organization provides opportunities for audiences to interact with the musicians and concerts that are affordable. The Festival consists of a series of chamber music concerts held in public facilities and home soirées.

    Contact Name: 
    Mr. John A. Palsedge
    Email: 
    info@alpenglowchambermusic.org
    Phone: 
    (970) 468-2857
    website: 
    www.alpenglowchambermusic.org
    Mailing Address: 
    P.O. Box 840 Dillon, CO 80435
  • Arts for the Summit

    Arts for the Summit is a locally supported organization that represents over twenty cultural entities in Summit County, Colorado. Our mission is to communicate, collaborate, and coordinate events in an informative format for our art patrons.

    Contact Name: 
    Ms. Sandra L. Greenhut, Administrator
    Email: 
    sandyg@co.summit.co.us
    Phone: 
    (970) 468-7557
    website: 
    www.artsforthesummit.org
    Mailing Address: 
    P.O. Box 1855 Frisco, CO 80443
  • Backstage Theatre, Inc.

    Providing opportunities to experience and participate in quality, live theatre.

    Contact Name: 
    Mr. Christopher Willard, Executive Director
    Email: 
    artistic_director@hotmail.com
    Phone: 
    (970) 453-0199
    website: 
    www.backstagetheatre.org
    Mailing Address: 
    P.O. Box 297 Breckenridge, CO 80443
  • Blue River Watershed Group

    The mission of the Blue River Watershed Group is to protect, restore, and promote a healthy watershed through cooperative community education, stewardship, and resource management.

    We provide Summit County citizens with the resources and information necessary to become an action-oriented, fully informed and inspired community.

    Contact Name: 
    Mr. Steven A. Swanson, Executive Director
    Email: 
    steves@blueriverwatershed.org
    Phone: 
    (970) 485-5581
    website: 
    www.blueriverwatershed.org
    Mailing Address: 
    P.O. Box 1626 Frisco, CO 80443
  • Breckenridge Festival of Film, Inc.

    The mission of the Breckenridge Festival of Film is to enrich lives through the ideas and emotions inspired by the art of filmmaking. Inspire. Educate. Entertain. The festival is also a means to celebrate independent filmmakers, enrich the cultural community of Summit County, and provide an educational, creative and inspirational learning environment where participants can focus on their craft and interact intimately with guest filmmakers through a four-day annual film festival and throughout the year.

    As of 2013, the festival has moved back to its fall format, typically scheduled for the third weekend of September. A perfect time to see fall foliage as well as more than 50 films and top-notch premieres. September offers plenty of recreational activities to enjoy before settling back to watch entertainment in action.

    The festival is always seeking supporters, be it through volunteering at the festival and at our year-round fundraisers and events, or by private and corporate donation. For information on any of these opportunities, visit BreckFilmFest.com or email Info@BreckFilmFest.com or VolunteerBreckFilmFest@gmail.com.

    Board President: Gary Martinez
    Email: GaryM@co.summit.co.us

    Contact Name: 
    Janice K., Executive Director
    Email: 
    info@breckfilmfest.com
    Phone: 
    (970) 453-6200
    website: 
    www.breckfilmfest.com
    Mailing Address: 
    P.O. Box 718 Breckenridge, CO 80424
  • Breckenridge Heritage Alliance

    The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance was founded in December 2006 to promote and protect Breckenridge's unique history and heritage. Through a collection of sites and historic tours as well as programs and events for all ages, the Alliance encourages residents and guests to experience first hand what life was like in Historic Breckenridge.  

    Contact Name: 
    Cindy Hintgen, Operations Manager
    Email: 
    CindyH@breckheritage.com
    Phone: 
    (970) 453-9767
    website: 
    www.breckheritage.com
    Physical Address: 
    309 N. Main Street, Breckenridge, CO 80424 
    Mailing Address: 
    P.O. Box 2460, Breckenridge, CO 80424 
  • Breckenridge Music Institute

    Year-round programming including the Summer Festival, featuring the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra, in residence each summer; Chamber music in intimate settings; Blue River Series jazz, blues and bluegrass, roots rock country and many other musical styles; and a Winter Series of concerts.

    Breckenridge Music Festival brings great music to residents and visitors of Summit County.

    The Breckenridge Music Festival is supported by funding from the Colorado Creative Industries Division, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

    Contact Name: 
    Ms. Marcia Kaufmann, Executive Director
    Email: 
    marcia@breckenridgemusicfestival.com
    Phone: 
    (970) 000-0000
    website: 
    www.breckenridgemusicfestival.com
    Mailing Address: 
    P.O. Box 697 Breckenridge, CO 80443
  • Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC)

    The Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center (BOEC) is a non-profit 501(c)3 human service organization whose mission is to expand the potential of people with disabilities and special needs through meaningful, educational and inspiring outdoor experiences. The BOEC started in 1976 with an all-volunteer staff and gear that came from their closets. Today, the BOEC offers state-of-the-art programming and features a highly trained professional staff. The major programs are: Adaptive Ski and Ride Program - with operations at the Breckenridge and Keystone Ski Resorts. Wilderness Program - offering multi-day camps at our Breckenridge campus and mobile programs on National Forest and BLM lands and rivers. Internship Program - providing professional on-the-job training to students of recreational therapy and outdoor education. Adaptive Cycling Program for persons with disabilities. Situated on 39 acres, the BOEC boasts a beautiful campus with a modern lodge, climbing wall, high ropes course, cabins, teepees and many more resources for experiential education. Mobile courses are offered as well, operating on surrounding public lands and rivers. 

    Contact Name: 
    Bruce Fitch, Executive Director
    Email: 
    volunteer@boec.org
    Phone: 
    (970) 453-6422 
    website: 
    www.boec.org
    Mailing Address: 
    PO Box 697  Breckenridge, CO 80424
    Target Group: 
    Physical and mental disabilities, youth at risk, and professional challenges 
  • Breckenridge Resort Chamber

    The Breckenridge Resort Chamber works to enhance and promote the unique character and experience of Breckenridge as a world-renowned destination resort and to represent, serve and perpetuate the common interest and character of its membership and community.

    Contact Name: 
    Mr. John McMahon, Executive Director
    Email: 
    jmcmahon@gobreck.com
    Phone: 
    (970) 453-2913
    website: 
    www.gobreck.com
    Mailing Address: 
    P.O. Box 1909 Breckenridge, CO 80424