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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Every Wednesday the Lake Dillon Tavern has a local band, group or duo performing rock, blues, funk or jazz. The venue is always looking for new talent to perform. If interested, please contact There is no cover and $3 whiskey drinks all night.
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Zumba Drop In

Breckenridge, Sept. 30

7:45 a.m., Breckenridge Rec Center, 880 Airport Rd, Breckenridge. Change up your workout and join us for Zumba, a high energy Latin dance class, geared for all levels. Get your heart rate up and your dance moves on! Zumba is free with Rec Center admission.

Early Bird Yoga

Dillon, Sept. 30 & Oct. 2

8 a.m., Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church, 56 US Highway 6. Modified Kundalini Yoga focuses on strength, breathing and flexibility. All levels welcome.

Modern Advancements in Treatment of the Spine: Surgical and Rehabilitation

Frisco, Sept. 30

6 p.m., Frisco Senior Center. Guest speakers will include Dr. James Perry and Vail Summit Orthopaedics and Joe Reitan, DPT of Avalanche PT. These spine specialists will offer alternatives that can help you feel better sooner. No RSVP required. Please call (970) 668-3633 for questions.

English Tea Tour

Breckenridge, Sept. 30

1:30 p.m., Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S Main St. Join Mrs. Engle, the banker’s wife, or May Nicholson, the Madame, as they take you through Breckenridge in 1910 on this living history walking tour. Finish with tea and scones in one of our historic tea rooms. Tel: (970) 343-9169 or (970) 485-2894.

Ghostly Tales

Breckenridge, Sept. 30

7 p.m., Dredge Restaurant, Breckenridge, 180 W. Jefferson Ave. Explore the darker side of Breckenridge’s history with this 90 minute walking tour and ghost hunt. We provide ghost-hunting equipment to help you find the ghosts. (970) 343-9169 or (970) 485-2894 $18 adult $10 child.

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