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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Summit Seed Library

Frisco, April 14 to May 11

9 a.m., Main Branch – Summit County Library, 0037 County Road 1005, Frisco. Starting in April the Summit Seed Library began at the Main Library, Frisco. High Country Conservation produced the seeds and chose reading materials to help you get your Summit County garden started. Stop by and check out your 5 seed packets today. To view seed growing tips in Summit County visit (970) 668-5555

Open Mic with Moose

Breckenridge, April 14

9 p.m., The MotherLoaded Tavern, 103 South Main St. Famous, friendly and fabulously cooking Open Mic featuring fine and funky folk from the county and beyond. Hosted by a fury Moose.

‘Outdoor Art’ Show

Frisco, every day

All day, County Commons Library Gallery. Summit County Arts Exhibit Committee presents the “Outdoor Art” of Marianna Duford. This exhibit features colorful paintings from Colorado, Mexico and Italy printed in a way that allows them to be displayed outdoors or in a spa or pool area. Marianna is a Colorado native whose artwork includes watercolors, oils or acrylics drawn from her travels around the world and especially Colorado.

National Library Week

Frisco, April 14-19

9 a.m., Main Branch – Summit County Library, 0037 County Road 1005. Today’s libraries are driven by the needs of the community. Whether you’re looking for e-books, information on student loans or 24/7 homework help for your kids the Summit County Libraries have the resources to meet your needs. (970) 668-5555.

Breckenridge Spring Fever Festival

Breckenridge, April 14-27

8:30 a.m., Breckenridge Ski Resort, Peak 8 Base Area, T- Bar Restaurant, 1599 Ski Hill Rd. The biggest spring party in the Rocky Mountains is back. Breckenridge Ski Resort’s annual ‘Spring Fever’ month-long festival will again return to Breck to end ski season with a bang, and will feature a series of events both on the mountain and in town.

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