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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Glass Fusing Workshop

Breckenridge, June 25

7 p.m., Ready Paint Fire, 323 N. Main St. Intro to Glass Fusing. Learn how to cut and safely break colored glass and layer with glass powders. Form patterns or images to be melted into plates, platters, bowls, lampshades and more. Only $40 produces a 6 slumped dish. Choose your slumping form, cut your base and create your own art in glass. Please note glass may take up to a week to process through the kiln.

Concert in the Park Series

Frisco, June 25

5:30 p.m., Frisco Historic Park & Museum, 1 Main St. The Town of Frisco is proud to bring together great music for a great cause at the FREE outdoor Concert in the Park Series. The concerts usually features some of the hottest up-and-coming musical talent. 800-424-1554

Summer Evening of Family Fun

Silverthorne, June 25

6 p.m., Rainbow Park, 590 Rainbow Dr. Free family fun for the entire family. Climbing walls, kids mountain bike track, tumble bubbles, obstacle course bounce house, hot dogs, chips, and ice cream.

Rockin Read-a-Thon

Breckenridge, June 25

12 p.m., South Branch – Summit County Library, 103 South Harris St. From noon to 4 p.m. all sixth through twelfth graders are invited to bring pillows and books (or pick some up here) and knock out some summer reading hours. Pizza will be served and there will be reading breaks to play games and talk about what books are hot this summer. Come for some or all of the time. 970-453-6098

Strange but True

Breckenridge, June 25

2 p.m., 100 N. Main St. This walking tour is all about disappearances, suspected kidnappings and other tragedies, including the fate of the Breckenridge Navy. Weird stories from 1961 to present day. Call Gail 970-343-9169 for reservation $15.

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