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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

The Arapahoe Basin May Concert Series Shakin’ at the Basin presents High Five on Saturday, May 24. Somewhere in between the majestic altitude of Colorado’s highest peaks and the jubilation of homegrown music, the High 5 has found a synergy that transmutes what may first appear like a traditional jamming performance into a sensory-heightened experience. The players come from a wide variety of musical backgrounds, which makes for a fresh, well-traveled sound. The influences of bluegrass, reggae, folk, Americana, jam, trance, Afro-Cuban and good old rock ’n’ roll combine among the group of artists and are amplified into a full room of sonic wealth. The free and family-friendly show runs from 1 to 4 p.m. in the base area. Visit www.arapahoebasin.com/events for more information.

The Arapahoe Basin May Concert Series Shakin’ at the Basin presents High Five on Saturday, May 24. Somewhere in between the majestic altitude of Colorado’s highest peaks and the jubilation of homegrown music, the High 5 has found a synergy that transmutes what may first appear like a traditional jamming performance into a sensory-heightened experience. The players come from a wide variety of musical backgrounds, which makes for a fresh, well-traveled sound. The influences of bluegrass, reggae, folk, Americana, jam, trance, Afro-Cuban and good old rock ’n’ roll combine among the group of artists and are amplified into a full room of sonic wealth. The free and family-friendly show runs from 1 to 4 p.m. in the base area. Visit www.arapahoebasin.com/events for more information.

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Wine Festival

Breckenridge, May 24

2 p.m., Beaver Run Resort, 620 Village Road. Come taste Colorado Wineries, Craft Colorado Beers and Spirits while listening to Jazz favorite Dotsero. Discounted wine tickets with lodging at Beaver Run. Visit: http://www.beaverrun.com/specials-packages/breckenridge-wine-extravaganza to book your lodging and ticket.

Hotel de Paris Museum Day

Georgetown, May 24

9 a.m., Hotel de Paris Museum, 409 6th St. This year, the museum will celebrate its 60th anniversary. To celebrate the site’s Diamond anniversary, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper has proclaimed May 24 Hotel de Paris Museum Day. The historic site’s staff will read the proclamation from the steps of the historic site to open the tour season. General admission is $5; discounts are available for youth, seniors, active military, and members of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The museum shop offers cookbooks, aprons, sachets, soaps and more. Free public parking is located next to the museum.

Arnie Green Band

Dillon, May 24

9:30 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. Blues and Rock like only Arnie can do it, dancing and drink specials.

May Concert Series- High Five

Dillon, May 24

1-4 p.m., Arapahoe Basin, 28194 US Highway 6. Always free, family friendly, and a good time. The players come from a wide variety of musical backgrounds, which makes for a fresh, well-traveled sound. The influences of bluegrass, reggae, folk, Americana, jam, trance, Afro-Cuban and good old rock and roll combine among the group of artists and are amplified into a full room of sonic wealth. Presented by O’Dells.

Putt & Play Junction Opening Weekend

Breckenridge, May 24 & 25

10 a.m., Stephen C. West Ice Arena, 0189 Boreas Pass Road. Join the kick off of summer fun the entire Memorial Day weekend. Test your aim on 18 holes of themed mini-golf, bounce the afternoon away on two bounce houses and take a ride on the new Putt & Play Express mini-train. New, discounted individual and family rates cover unlimited play. $7 per person, $22 family admission.

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