Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Jonny Greco, owner of Jonny-G's in Frisco, will celebrate closing night of his bar, pizzeria and nightclub on Wednesday, April 30. His new venture, Greco's Restaurant & Bar, at the current site of Tuscato, will open in mid-June. Jonny-G’s final free Texas Hold ’Em tournaments will be held Tuesday, April 29, at 7 and 10 p.m. There’s no entry fee, and card slingers will have a chance to win prizes valid at the new restaurant. Visit for more information.
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Preschool Story Time

Silverthorne, April 29 & 30

11 a.m., North Branch – Summit County Library, 651 Center Circle. This week’s theme is food frenzy. All preschoolers and their parents are invited to attend. (970) 468-5887.

Preschool Story Time

Breckenridge, April 29 & 30

11 a.m., South Branch – Summit County Library, 504 Airport Road. This week’s theme is the barnyard. (970) 453-6098.

Summit Reads #3 Book Discussion

Silverthorne, April 29

7 p.m., North Branch – Summit County Library, 651 Center Circle. Third book discussion on the book, ‘Getting Green Done: Hard Truths from the Front Lines of the Sustainability Revolution,’ by Auden Schendler. Led by Joel Geurts from the Keystone Science Center. For more information please contact the Main Library at (970) 668-5555.

Barney Ford Victorian Home

Breckenridge, April 29 – May 4

11 a.m. to 3 p.m., 111 East Washington Ave. The Barney Ford House Museum honors the escaped slave who prospered and became a prominent entrepreneur and black civil right leader in Colorado. Call (970) 453-9767, x2.

Edwin Carter Discovery Center

Breckenridge, April 29 – May 4

11 a.m. to 3 p.m., 111 North Ridge St. Explore the home and museum of Edwin Carter, miner turned taxidermist and naturalist. View many original Rocky Mountain specimens and enjoy interactive displays honoring Carter’s legacy. Call (970) 453-9767, x2.

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