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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Headwater Hops Festival

Dillon, Aug. 6

5 p.m., Dillon Marina. Enjoy an evening of sampling from Summit County breweries and the Breckenridge Distillery, celebrating the clean water and great beer of this headwaters county. Live music will be provided by Amy Mathesius. Dinner is included in the ticket price. An amazing silent auction includes ski passes, rounds of golf throughout the county, rafting, fly fishing, apparel, wine and even Broncos, Rockies and CU Buffs sporting event tickets. The event takes place at the Tiki Bar at Dillon Marina. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Advance tickets can be purchased via

52 Rivers: A Fly Fishing Journey

Breckenridge, Aug. 6

5 p.m., South Branch – Summit County Library, 103 S. Harris St. Join fly fishing enthusiast Shelley Walchak who spent 2013 fly-fishing a river a week in the Rocky Mountain region and wrote a book about her adventure. Books will be available for purchase at the event. This program is for adults. (970) 453-6098.

The 11th Annual Guitar Town

Copper Mountain, Aug. 6-9

All Day, Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle. Three free days of the world’s best guitarists, with live performances, guitar and song writing workshops and kids music activities.

Concert in the Park Series

Frisco, Aug. 6

5:30 p.m., Frisco Historic Park & Museum, 1 Main St. The concerts usually feature some of the hottest up-and-coming musical talent and are ready to get you moving to the beat in the mountains. (800) 424-1554.

Rowdy Shadehouse

Frisco, Aug. 6

8 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. Rowdy Shadehouse is a high-energy funk rock explosion. This seven-person fireball never ceases to blow people away with their incredible musicianship and suggestive stage antics. Doors and free keg at 8 p.m.

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