Every Tuesday is Fresh Tracks Tuesday – we're bringing you all the great new music from bands you already know, and some new groups too. Tune in all day long to catch our Freshies... great music you may not have heard yet! Sponsored by Brenner Materials
Thursdays: Krystal Media and Music at the Summit welcome live local music back with the SMRF Cares Concert Series 2021. The Summit Musicians Relief Fund is presenting several YouTube concerts at the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center. The premiere is THIS Thursday with John Truscelli and Jess Rose. You can hear the shows at 6pm THURSDAY on the SMRF YouTube channel. Concerts will continue EVERY Thursday through June. Krystal Media Supports the Summit.
February 3 and 4: Krystal Media’s Music at the Summit has more great live music to tell you about—at Bakers Brewery this week. Tomorrow Tyler Easton and Levi Corrigan play from 4:30 to 6pm. Then on Thursday it’s Earl Clairmont and Greg Johnston. If you come for the live tunes you can also take adavantage of happy hour prices. Music at the Summit is sponsored by Bakers Brewery, Greers Appliance and Mountain Comfort Furnishings.
February 3: Building Hope Summit County is sponsoring a Women’s Circle with Mia for women and girls ages 14 plus from 6pm-7:30pm. This online gathering to share and reflect with acceptance through storytelling and discussion. Go to buildinghopesummit-dot-org for more information. Krystal Media Supports the Summit!
February 4: Building Hope Summit County will be teaming up with the Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center for the Frisco Cross Country Adventure TOMORROW. This cross-country ski session will be held at the Frisco Nordic Center for ages 12-20 and is for all levels and abilities. Get details and sign up at buildinghopesummit-dot-org. Krystal Media Supports the Summit.
February 5: Silverthorne’s First Friday is this week. Visit the Silverthorne Pavilion Friday from 6 to 8pm and listen to music from REMEZCLA... There’ll be an outdoor light display and pick-up to go wish lantern kits. Please be sure to wear face coverings and follow physical distancing guidelines. You can find out more at silverthorne-dot-org. Krystal 93 Supports the Summit!
February 5: Mountain Comfort Furnishings and Design is giving back to the community by giving away new or gently used furniture to local residents on a first come first served basis. It happens THIS FRIDAY in front of their store on Summit Boulevard in Frisco. Krystal Media Supports the Summit!
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BUILDING HOPE SUMMIT COUNTY:
Building Hope is launching a Volunteer Peer Support Program! It’s community-based and staffed by non-professional, skilled volunteers who are trained to make referrals to mental wellness resources, and foster healthy, meaningful connections. Do you want to volunteer? Send an email to nicole@buildinghopesummit-dot-org. Krystal Media Supports the Summit!
Summit County trails are open and you can give back to your local forest by purchasing a tax-deductible Friends of the Dillon Ranger District membership. It’s a great opportunity to give back to our local forest, get details and become a member at FDRD-dot-org.
HELP THE ROTARY CLUB OF SUMMIT COUNTY:
The Rotary Club of Summit County is raffling tickets to win a brand-new Ford Escape or 14 thousand dollars. The Rotary Club has upped their local grant offerings from 15 to 25 thousand dollars, and they just donated 50 thousand dollars to FIRC. Help a great organization and get a chance for new wheels... raffle tickets for the Ford Escape are available at winrotarycar.com.
Every Thursday on Krystal 93: As a part of our Music at the Summit initiative, we feature music from a local artists. Tune in at 9:50am and 3:50pm for a nice locally made tune! You can learn more about local musicians and hear more music at krystal93.com
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