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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Freud’s Last Session

Dillon, March 11 & 12

6:30 p.m., The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, 176 Lake Dillon Drive. In September 1939, 83-year-old Dr. Sigmund Freud welcomes Oxford C. S. Lewis into his office. While they anxiously await news of Britain’s entering the Second World War, the unlikely pair embarks on an intellectual journey involving love, sex, the existence of God, and the meaning of life.

Art at JK Studio

Breckenridge, March 11, 13 & 14

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

Wednesday Living Room Concert

Frisco, March 11

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. 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 11

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 11

9 p.m., Lake Dillon Tavern, 119 E Labonte St. #108. A local band, group or duo performing rock, blues, funk, or jazz. No cover and $3 Whiskey drinks all night.

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