The Next Page + Hungry Monk Music is collaborating to bring Summit County kids the opportunity to attend week long summer camps that will unlock the creative imagination of participants! 

Music and Story Week

July 30 - August 03 / 9am-12pm
Ages 4-8 / Recommended for beginners
Taught by: 
Hazel Ketchum
Explore sounds and songs that pair with your favorite books. Using music, stories, and puppets, students will expand on notable children's literature.

Tuition: $200

Songwriter Week

August 06 - 10 / 9am-12pm
Ages 9-14 / All skill levels welcome
Taught by: 
Hazel Ketchum
Learn the basics of songwriting, melody, harmony, and lyrics, to create your own original songs to perform.

Tuition: $200

Stay tuned for more information about adult music camp offerings! For additional information and to register your student click here!


Regularly Scheduled Events

Live Music at the Next Page

Wednesdays 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Join legendary Randall McKinnon as he sings all the songs you know by heart! Happy hour beer and wine specials and great company!

Fridays 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

A wonderful rotating schedule of local artists here to entertain you while you let go of the stresses of the week! 


Book Clubs at the Next Page

May 15th at 10 am: The Happy Bookers will be discussing Shadowland by Elizabeth Kostovo. THIS IS A NEW DATE FOR MAY!!! 

May 24th at 5 pm: The Scavengers Book Club for tweens and their parents will be discussing Book Scavenger by Jennifer Bertman 

May 31st at 6 pm: The Drinking Club with a Reading Problem will be discussing Beartown by Frederik Backman. THIS IS A NEW DATE FOR MAY TO ACCOMODATE THE ESSENTIAL OILS CLASS 


June 12th at 10 am: The Happy Bookers will be discussing  The Leavers by Lisa Ko 

June 28th at 5 pm: The Scavengers Book Club for tweens and their parents will be discussing  Short by Holy Goldberg Sloan 

June 28th at 6 pm: The Drinking Club with a Reading Problem 
will be discussing  Exit West by Mohsin Hamid 

Special Events

Up Next @ Next Page....

May 1 - Summit Reads Meet the Author: Jason Ramos, author of  Smokejumper will be at the CMC Finkel Auditorium in Breckenridge at 6 pm. Books will be available for purchase and Jason will sign them after his talk.  

May 5 International, New York Times, and USA Today bestselling author William Gear presents the masterpiece he has been working on for over 20 years: THIS SCORCHED EARTH. Beautiful and heart-wrenching, this epic family saga is a tale of survival and thecreation of the Western spirit. Using his expertise in researchand archeology to root the story in historical reality, Gear’s gripping account of a family torn apart by the Civil War is reminiscent of James A. Michener’s Centennial or A. B. Guthrie’s The Big Sky. A sprawling epic set within an immersive and meticulously researched account of the Civil War, THIS SCORCHED EARTH shows how ordinary people deal with tragedy and family bonds never break. Well worth the read, this story has earned its label as Gear’s crowning achievement. In store event will take place from 4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

May 12  join Niki Rellon, extreme athlete and author of  Push On: My Walk to Recovery on the Appalachian Trailas she talks about her forty five foot fall from the side of a Utah canyon in 2013, where she thought she was going to die. Not only did she survive, but she is stronger and more determined than ever, despite having lost a leg! Her book is a memoir of her horrific accident, her rehabilitation, and her ultimate recovery on one of the longest hikes in North America, just fourteen short months after her fall. Don't miss this!!! This event begis at 3:00 p.m.

Summer Botanical Essential Oils Series: presented by Bri Carter, Essential Oils Educator 
Join us for this informative series on aromatic plants and essential oils. We will discuss the growing, sourcing, and health benefits of plants from all around the world. 
Thursday evenings in May, we will feature different plant groups and enjoy their aromas. Offerings of botanical books and teas will be available. 
6:30-7:30 on the following days: 
May 3rd - Flowers 
May 10th - Trees 
May 17th - Herbs & Grasses 
May 24th - Roots & Fruits 

For questions contact Bri Carter 720-353-8638 or