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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Wine Down Wednesday

Keystone, Every Wednesday

4 p.m., Black Bear Grill, 23044 US Hwy 6. Every Wednesday beginning June 24 – August 26. Join us on Summit County’s best deck (weather permitting) for wine sampling and hors deourves, live music, and beautiful views of the wetlands and Keystone Mountain. $20/person. 496-4825

Music series

Breckenridge, June 24

5:30 p.m., Ridge St. Adams St Alley. Wince, cheese and chocolate. Featuring Acoustic Moose on Wednesdays and to be announced on Fridays.

Bike to Work Day in Frisco

Frisco, June 24

All Day, Downtown Main St. Participate in this nation-wide challenge to ride your bike to work, the grocery store, dinner, etc. You can also skateboard, walk, run, bus or carpool as long as it is an alternative form of transportation that helps the environment. Also, stop by participating coffee shops on your bike ride to work for a free coffee.

Read to Dogs

Breckenridge & Frisco, June 24

12 p.m., South Branch – Summit County Library, 103 South Harris St. Every Wednesday beginning at noon at the South Branch Library in Breckenridge and after 1 p.m. at the Main Branch Library in Frisco, your young reader can read to a Certified Therapy Dog. Our special dogs listen attentively and encourage your young reader to keep reading. 970-453-6098

1883 Schoolhouse Museum

Dillon, June 24

10:30 a.m., 403 LaBonte St. Learn about school days of the past in the authentically furnished schoolhouse. View “Town at the Bottom of the Lake,” which tells about the construction of Dillon dam. Tour the Lula Myers 1885 ranch house and the depression era “honeymoon” cabin. For more information call 970-468-2207

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