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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Funky Johnson

Dillon, Aug. 29

9 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. A Summit County favorite.

Sunset at the Summit

Dillon, Aug. 29

7 p.m., Lake Dillon Amphitheater, West Lodgepole St. Welcome Queen Nation to the Stage. Queen Nation’s live performance of Queen’s greatest hits preserve the image, sound and stage persona of vintage Queen.

Colorado Cider & Beer Circus

Copper Mountain, Aug. 29

noon, Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle. This ticketed craft beverage sampling event will take place in the Center Village and includes Rocky Mountain cideries and breweries and a few select others from around the country. Headlining the event is the fabulous eye and ear candy March Fourth Marching Band, as part of Copper Mountain’s Summer Concert Series. More information is available at #cidercircus.

2015 Rimfire Challenge and Summit Range Association Yard Sale

Dillon, Aug. 29

9 a.m., Summit County Shooting Range, 639 County Road 66. Family-friendly, free admission, competition targets are $5 each. Adult and Youth (14 and under) divisions. Certified instructors and Range Safety Officers will be on hand. Bring your own rimfire rifle (e.g. .22 or .17 cal), or use a loaner. Cash prizes, trophies and awards! Summit Range Association Yard Sale selling shooting, reloading accessories and ammo to raise funds for range. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. Visit for details.

Meditation Hike & Yoga

Frisco, Aug. 29

9:30 a.m., Elevated Yoga & Holistic Health, 310 E Main St. From the studio on Main Street, well begin with a gentle meditative hike to Rainbow Lake, expanding awareness to the sounds and sights of Nature. A Hatha yoga practice will follow near the banks of the Lake. Led by owner Lisa Julian every Saturday this summer, $30 ($20 for members). (970) 401-2071.

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