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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Breckenridge Festival of Film

Breckenridge, Sept. 20 & 21

8 a.m., Various locations. The Breckenridge Festival of Film presents a year-round celebration of independent film for the community, visitors and filmmakers through diverse film experiences in an authentic mountain environment. New this year: The return of the Adventure Reel.

Art at JK Studio

Breckenridge, Sept. 20

10:30 a.m., Lincoln West Mall, 2nd Floor, 100 S. Main St. Local fiber artist designing & creating art you can wear, hang or just admire. Studio features hand quilted wall hangings, lightweight fabric pins and barrettes, hand knit scarves, fabric cards, coasters, paper weights, signature embellished vests & sweatshirts, embellished fleece hats & headbands, and more. Learn more online at:

Alpenglow Chamber Music Festival Concert #2

Dillon, Sept. 20

7 p.m., Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church, 56 US Highway 6. Hear a unique chamber music concert that includes piano, violin, flute and marimba. Enjoy the opportunity to meet the musicians while enjoying light refreshments during the intermission. Tickets are $20 for the general public, $10 for seniors and free for students with valid ID.

Summit County Championships Tennis Tournament

Keystone, Sept. 20 & 21

All Day, Keystone Tennis Center, Highway 6 and Tennis Club Road. Come out and watch exciting tennis matches from the beautiful viewing deck. This tournament is a fun tennis event that will include both local and visiting players. First round matches start at 3 p.m. Friday and go throughout the weekend. (970) 496-4220.

Feed your brain

Dillon, Sept. 20

11 a.m., Natural Grocers, 761 W. Anemone Trail. Learn about nutrition for concentration and focus in this free seminar, no reservations needed. Learn more at

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