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August 31, 2019: The Great Rubber Duck Race! Adopt a duck to support The Summit Foundation  

Posted by Breckenridge Associates Real Estate on Saturday, August 10th, 2019 at 12:38pm.

Labor Day Weekend marks the official end of summer. It’s also the time for a longstanding Summit County tradition: The Great Rubber Duck Race!

For three decades, this fun-filled community event has raised money in support of the Summit Foundation’s grant and scholarship programs. The Summit Foundation is the leading organization inspiring people and mobilizing resources to improve and enrich the lives of individuals in Summit County.

On August 31, thousands of adopted ducks zip down the Blue River in the heart of Breckenridge for this worthy cause. Participate in the 32nd Annual Great Rubber Duck Race by adopting one—or even a flock—of ducks, available for sale around town prior to the race. It’s a great cause—and it’s fun! Should your duck cross the finish line a winner there are prizes!

Free family activities, bounce houses, a community mural and toddler zone are all part of the fun. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

 Schedule of Events:
10 a.m.: Free activities for kids begin
1 p.m.: Kids’ Duck Dash launches from Adams Street Bridge
2 p.m.: Business Battle Duck Race launches from Maggie Pond
3 p.m.: Great Rubber Duck Race launches from Maggie Pond

The Summit Foundation, a trusted, local community foundation, provides leadership and resources to assist local working families, resolve critical community issues and preserve the quality of life residents enjoy in the beautiful Rockies of Summit County. The generosity of more than 3,000 donors has contributed nearly $30 million to Summit County communities over the past 35 years. The Summit Foundation, with its unique ability to understand the needs or the entire community, is a key resource for bringing people together to help address community needs and gaps. We are proud to have this dedicated organization working to support our local community.

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