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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Hog MaGundy takes the stage at The Barkley Ballroom in Frisco for Bluegrass Wednesdays on July 8. Hog MaGundy formed in early 2013 in Fort Collins. Through a shared passion for bluegrass and jam music, the band brings a new kind of foot-stomping, good-timey grass music to the Front Range and beyond. Hog MaGundy shows are a mix of unique originals and covers from across the musical spectrum that will be sure to get the dance party started. Doors open at 9 p.m., and there’s no cover. For more information, visit
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Art in Tiger Run Park

Breckenridge, July 8

4 p.m., Tiger Run Resort, 85 Revette Drive. An annual art show featuring national artists living in Tiger Run Resort. The public is invited to view a variety of mixed media and crafts from watercolor, pen & ink, oil, pastels, stained glass, photography, to wood plus much more from many award-winning creators. A reception will follow.

Free Kids Hour: Arts and Crafts

Breckenridge, July 8

3 p.m., Art Supply, 201 S. Ridge St. In this one hour workshop specially designed for the small ones they will create their very unique and colorful ornament. With many patterns and colors of fuse beads to choose from and instruction step by step they are going to have a great time. This is a free activity and capacity is limited so call 970-423-6945 to reserve your spot.

Summit Trail Running Series Race #3

Breckenridge, July 8

6 p.m., Breckenridge Recreation Center, 880 Airport Road. Explore the Baker’s Tank trail. The race has a 4K short course and a 9K long course. Participants must bring a reusable water bottle. Register for $22 by noon Wednesday, July 8 or on race day for $25. The fee for ages 10-17 is $5. Breckenridge Free Ride buses take racers to and from the trail head for the race – there is no parking at trailhead.

Yoga on the Lawn

Breckenridge, July 8

noon, Breckenridge Arts District, 110 East Washington Ave. All levels. Check in at Meta (Upstairs by Cuppa Joe). Grab a mat and head across the street for Weekly Yoga on the Lawn @ Breck Create: Arts District.

Summit Bocce Club

Dillon, July 8

5:30 p.m., Dillon Town Park. Every Wednesday during the summer. Drop ins welcomed. Courts across the street from Lake Dillon Liquors and Jersey Boys Pizza next to basketball courts.

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