Summit’s Top Five Things To Do |

Summit’s Top Five Things To Do

The sun rises over North Pond on Friday morning as two ducks enjoy a leisurely swim.
Bill Linfield / Special to the Daily |

Frisco Meet the Artists

Frisco, Sept. 11

10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Frisco Historical Park, 120 Main St. Meet the Artists in Frisco in conjunction with the Frisco Fall Fest runs Saturday and Sunday with live music, over 30 booths of local art including watercolor, jewelry, oil, photography, fiber arts, mosaics wood furniture, metals and more.

Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival Concert

Dillon, Sept. 11

7 p.m., Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church, 56 Highway 6. Public Concert. Opening concert of the 19th Season of Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival 2016. Co-artistic directors, Rieko Aizawa, piano, and Jesse Mills, violin, are joined by Jennifer Grim, flute, and Efe Baltacigil, cello, for an evening of musical vignettes inspired by nature. Refreshments offered during intermission. $20 per person ($10 for seniors, free for students). With questions, call (970) 262-6262.

ColoradoCare: Will it work?

Breckenridge, Sept. 11

7-9 p.m., Breckenridge Library Hopeful/Discovery rooms, 103 S Harris St. Health Care In Crisis: Is ColoradoCare the Answer? is the title of the fourth offering from the Second Sundays Film Series at the Breckenridge South Branch Library. Following excerpts from award-winning documentary films, the audience will hear presentations about Amendment 69 (ColoradoCare), a health care initiative that will be on the ballot on November 8. Audience members will be encouraged to ask questions, to challenge what has been presented in the media and receive answers. The event is free and open to the public.

First Date (Musical)

Silverthorne, Sept. 11

7:30 p.m. (Sept. 9 & 10), 6:30 p.m. (Sept. 11), The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, 246-X Rainbow Drive. Hailed as ‘a winning crowd pleaser delivered with comic verve and charm’ by New York Times, First Date is a hysterical and helpful new musical about the chances we all take to find the perfect romantic relationship.

Breckenridge’s 22nd Annual Oktoberfest

Breckenridge, Sept. 11

8 a.m., Main St. Going strong for more than twenty years, Brecks Oktoberfest brings a weekend of parties, German cuisine and plenty of Paulaner beer. Its one of the largest Oktoberfests in the Rocky Mountain region and offers collectible steins imported from Germany. The weekend is a mix of traditional (with Munichs Paulaner, one of the six breweries who provide beer for the German festival) and local flavor (from Breckenridge Brewery).

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