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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Keystone Bluegrass and Beer Festival

Keystone, Aug. 1 & 2

Noon, River Run Village. Folks gather while 30+ craft breweries from Colorado and beyond showcase their unique blends of hops and barleys. Live music kicks up on three stages. Visit for the most up to date schedule of events. All Keystone festivals and events are pet free.

Salute to Ella Fitzgerald

Breckenridge, Aug. 1

7:30 p.m., Riverwalk Center, 150 West Adams Ave. Orchestra Pop Series with music by: Michael Berkowitz, conductor Featuring Carmen Bradford, vocalist Gershwin: Strike Up the Band, Nice Work If You Can Get It, They Cant Take That Away From Me, Fascinating Rhythm, Someone to Watch Over Me, Fitzgerald: A Tisket, a Tasket, Morey: Someday My Price Will Come, Rodgers: My Funny Valentine. Tickets can be purchased at (970) 547-3100 or online at: Price: $7 – 40.

What’s Your Everest?

Breckenridge, Aug. 1

6 a.m., Double Tree Breckenridge and Kite Lake Trailhead, 550 Village Road. The national no-profit No Barriers will host its 5th annual Whats Your Everest event. The event will provide a platform for change the opportunity to summit up to four 14,000-foot peaks gather inspiring speakers, provide a chance to interact with our ambassadors and let participants partake in a community celebration of the potential of the human spirit.

Bake Sale to benefit Summit in Honduras

Breckenridge, Aug. 1 & 2

10 a.m., St John’s Episcopal Church, 106 French St. Summit Honduras is a humanitarian, nonprofit providing outreach to impoverished families and children in Honduras since 2005 and this is our biggest fundraiser of the year.

Gigantic Rummage Sale

Frisco, Aug. 1 & 2

5 p.m., Summit Senior and Community Center, Highway 9. 2600 Member organization gives you the best opportunity to restock your life.

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