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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Canvas Painting Party

Breckenridge, Sept. 27

7 p.m., Ready Paint Fire!, 323 N. Main St. Join local artist Lori Weissman for a fun and social evening messing around with paint and friends. No experience needed. Follow along step by step to create this beautiful image. With a glass of wine in hand and great music to groove along, let your creative juices flow. Reservations strongly suggested.

Blake Bostic Disc Golf Tournament

Frisco, Sept. 27

8 a.m., Day Lodge at the Frisco Adventure Park. Although we won’t get Blake back here on Earth we will be able to keep his spirit alive by coming together to celebrate his life and making someone else’s culinary dreams come true. To purchase tickets and more information go to: or

9th Annual Science Night with Steve Spangler

Breckenridge, Sept. 27

5:30 p.m., Village Hotel – Ten Mile Room, 535 S Park Ave. Dinner, silent auction, face painting, activities and Show. This Emmy award-winning presenter is guaranteed to turbo-charge your sense of wonder. (970) 333-7353.

National Public Lands Day

Dillon, Sept. 27

9 a.m., Tenderfoot Mountain. Crews will install natural barriers and signage to close non-system routes and then rehabilitate damaged areas by installing erosion control structures and transplanting native species. CMC will provide lunch and equipment. Beverages and fun will be provided after the workday. No stewardship experience is necessary and project is open to youth aged 14+ (with parent). CMC will provide transportation from Golden Saturday or volunteers can meet at the trailhead at 8:30 a.m. The project is free and open to the public but space is limited.

Funky Johnson

Dillon, Sept. 27

9 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. Local favorites and excellent band, Funky Johnson will be playing.

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