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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Chris Browers from Uncle John's Farm took this photo recently. "Peaches are winding down," he says. "Pears and apples are starting to take center stage as the ravens, squirrels and raccoons feast on the sweet corn as it's cut down. Soon it'll be apple and pear cider, doughnuts and roasted chilies, with pumpkins not far behind."
Courtesy of Chris Browers |

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Summit County English-Espanol Conversation Group

Frisco, Sept. 1

6 p.m., 110 3rd Ave, 110 3rd Ave. This is a wonderful opportunity to make new friends and improve your Ingles y Spanish language skills.

Afterschool Skateboarding Drop in

Breckenridge, Sept. 1 & 3

4:30-6 p.m., Breckenridge Recreation Center, 880 Airport Road. All children are required to wear a helmet and bring their own skateboard. Elbow and knee pads are optional but recommended. Transportation is provided from Upper Blue and Breckenridge Elementary. Students not attending Breckenridge schools are encouraged to participate but need to provide their own transportation. Fees: $10. (970) 453-1734.

Cloak and Dagger

Dillon, Sept. 1 & 2

All Day, The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, 176 Lake Dillon Drive. Third-rate detective Nick Cutter is down on his luck when a beautiful blonde bombshell tosses a very intriguing case (and herself) into his lap.

Ping Pong Tournament

Breckenridge, Sept. 1

7 p.m., The Mine Breck, 200 North Main Str. Come by The Mine Breck on Tuesday evenings for a weekly ping pong tournament. Free to play, double elimination, and winner receives a $20 bar tab.

Historic Walking Tour

Breckenridge, Sept. 1 & 2

11 a.m. & 1:30 p.m., Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S Main St. Take a tour through Breckenridge’s nationally recognized historic district. Along the way hear stories of the rough, the tough and adventurous souls seeking their fortune. Adults $10; Children $5. Reservations not required.

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