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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

The Horse Whisperer exhibit will be featured at the Arts Alive Gallery until Oct. 30. Artists Jon Hans and Deborah Young are also the featured artists of the month for September at the gallery. The gallery is located in the La Cima Mall, 500 South Main St., Breckenridge. Call (970) 453-0450 for more information.
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Silverthorne, Sept. 16

6:30 p.m., Summit County Elks Lodge #2561, 1321 Blue River Parkway. Charitable games — all players welcome. Under-18 must be accompanied by a participating adult. Minimum $11 entry for all games.

Whitewater Ramble: Pickin’ on the 90’s + Matthew Tegeler

Frisco, Sept. 17

8 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main Street, Frisco. Jamgrass superstars WWR play a sequel to their highly touted 90’s theme set. Free show. Doors and Free beer at 8 p.m. Matthew Tegeler opens with a solo piano set at 8:30. A portion of proceeds from tonight’s concert will be donated to Ability Connections Colorado, serving people living with disabilities.

Early Bird Yoga

Dillon, Sept. 16

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.

Building Meals for Optimal Health

Dillon, Sept. 16

5 p.m., Natural Grocers, 761 W. Anemone Trail. Optimal health means all day energy, clear skin, healthy weight and clear thinking. Learn the basics of building balanced, nutrient-dense meals and be one step closer to optimal health.

Haunted Tour of Breckenridge

Breckenridge, Sept. 16

7:30 p.m., Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S. Main St. An eerie evening stroll through Breckenridges haunted historic district. Upon entering homes of former residents, you’ll wonder … was it a draft or did you just meet Mrs. Briggle? Reservations required — call (970) 453-9767, x2.

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