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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

The Don't Stop Till You Get Enough Concert featuring Who's Bad will be held at the Dillon Amphitheatre Saturday, Sept. 12 from 7–9 p.m. The Michael Jackson tribute band will keep things going for one more week at the Dillon Amphitheatre. Free show.
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Quandary Peak Trail and Ecological Restoration

Breckenridge, Sept. 12 & 13

7 a.m., Quandary Peak Trail, Quandary Peak. Join 30 other passionate people just like you while giving back to one of Colorado’s most popular 14ers. Learn more and register at Free to participate; minimum age 16. Free camping and meals provided.

Breckenridge Ski and Snowboard Swap

Breckenridge, Sept. 12 & 13

3 p.m. (Sept. 11) & 9 a.m. (Sept. 12 & 13), Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave. For more information visit (970) 453-3187.

Oktoberfest Women’s Hockey Tournament

Breckenridge, Sept. 12 & 13

All Day, Stephen C. West Ice Arena, 0189 Boreas Pass Road. Come watch the annual Women’s Oktoberfest Hockey Tournament in between enjoying fun, food and beverages during Breckenridge Oktoberfest. There are no spectator fees, so bring all your friends to check ou the action. Please call for game schedule, (970) 453-1734.

Boom Bostic Disc Golf Showdown

Frisco, Sept. 12

9 a.m., Frisco Adventure Park, 621 Recreation Way. A full day of fun, just the way Blake would have liked it will start off with a disc golf tournament in the morning, followed by a community BBQ with silent auction and three bands down by the marina in the afternoon and a poker tournament in the evening. In keeping with Blake’s generous spirit all proceeds will go toward Blake Bostic Colorado Mountain College Culinary Scholarships. Games cost $1 to play and each has their own prize associated with each game.

Frisco’s Fall Fest

Frisco, Sept. 12

10 a.m., Main Street in Downtown Frisco. This all day Main Street festival has celebrates the sights, sounds and flavors of Colorado. The art show features Colorado artisans, the Harvest Market showcases Colorado Proud items and the music is home grown. The festival is free to attend.

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