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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Farmers Market

Silverthorne, Sept. 30

10 a.m., Silverthorne Pavilion, 400 Blue River Parkway. Venders include: $10 Vegetable bags by Miller Farms, fresh farm eggs, fresh fruit, jams, and salsas as well as novelty gifts and toys, balloons and face painting, honey, breads and pastries, dry mixes and dips, lotions, tamales, and jewelry. If you would like to join the market, please contact Miller Farms at (970) 785-6133.

The Peak School Community Open House

Frisco, Sept. 30

5:30 p.m., The Peak School, 40 W. Main St. Tour the expanded and renovated Peak School space, meet staff members and learn about this exciting Summit County education alternative for motivated students.

Hunter Education Class

Frisco, Sept. 30

6:30 p.m., Frisco County Commons Building, 37 Summit County Road. Hunter Education certification is required for anyone who was born after January 1, 1949 and wishes to purchase a hunting license in the state of Colorado. Certification is good for a lifetime. This is an online format. Attendance at the first class, online course completion, and attendance at the testing night of Oct. 10 is mandatory. Registration is not required. Just show up. There is a $10 fee for the class.

Ladies’ Night with Karaoke hosted by DJ Spicolli

Dillon, Sept. 30

9 p.m., Lake Dilon Tavern, 119 E LaBonte Street #108. Win free prizes for performances, and never a cover. Over 30k songs to choose from, and true, professional stage and sound system to sing on. Absolutely the best Karaoke night in the county.

Edwin Carter Discovery Center

Breckenridge, Sept. 30 to Oct. 5

11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Edwin Carter Discovery Center, 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.

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