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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Wednesday Living Room Concert

Frisco, March 4

4 p.m., The Next Page Bookstore, 409 Main St., Suite 101. Join Randall McKinnon for a fun afternoon of engaging musical fun at his favorite bookstore ever, The Next Page. Drink and food specials at the tea bar. Come browse the stacks and enjoy Randall’s tunes-including selections from his brand new CD, Back Home. Make requests and even suggestions for next week’s show.

Live Music with Amy and Jesse

Breckenridge, March 4

4 p.m., The Warming Hut Restaurant, 207 N. Main St. Live music with Amy and Jesse on Wino Wednesdays. Wine and appetizer specials.

Live Music Wednesdays

Dillon, March 4

9 p.m., Lake Dillon Tavern, 119 E Labonte St. #108. A local band, group or duo performing rock, blues, funk, or jazz. Always looking for new talent to perform, if interested please contact No cover and $3 Whiskey drinks all night.

Whitewater Ramble Plays Paul Simon

Frisco, March 4

9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. High Octane bluegrass band WWR plays the fourth installment of their winter residency. This show features one original set of music folloewd by a set-long tribute to the music of Paul Simon.

A Taste of Ghostly Breckenridge

Breckenridge, March 4, 6 & 7

7 p.m., Dredge Restaurant, 180 W. Jefferson Ave. Enjoy samples of craft beer, cocktails, hot chocolate as well as appetizers and other culinary delights while being entertained with the Ghostly Tales of Breckenridge’s past, in the warmth of four of popular eating/drinking establishments. This 90 minute tour will introduce you to such characters as Sylvia, the lonely widow; William Goodwin, the mangled miner; Dr. Condon, the cold blooded killer; and Miss Whitney, the lady of the night. Ghost hunting equipment provided. Call for reservations on (970) 343-9169. Adults $25, Child (4 – 12) $20.

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