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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

The Blue Ribbon Bacon Tour continues today with bacon in just about every shape, size and variety, in addition to a Bacon Whiskey Tour, bacon Bloody Mary’s, live music and the Bacon Education Center. The fest is at Keystone Resort from 1–6 p.m.
CourtesyKeystone Neighbourhood Company |

Bang Out Some Bangles

Breckenridge, June 26

10 a.m., Hot Shop, 123 S. Ridge St. Using basic jewelry skills (soldering, hammering, shaping, texturing, finishing), you will make a variety of round, square and oval bangles out of brass and sterling silver. Please register at least 24 hours in advance. (970) 453-3364.

Doowop Denny Rockin Oldies Show

Frisco, June 26

4 p.m., Blue Spruce Inn, 20 Main St. 50s/60s/70s Music to bring out the Rock & Roll Kid in you.

Hike and Yoga at Rainbow Lake

Frisco, June 26

8 a.m., Elevated Yoga & Holistic Health, 310 E Main St. From the studio on Main Street in Frisco, well begin with a gentle hike to Rainbow Lake, expanding awareness to the sounds and sights of Nature. A Hatha yoga practice will follow near the banks of the Lake. All levels are welcome. $30. Call to register. (970) 401-2071.

Gold Panning

Breckenridge, June 26

11 a.m., Lomax Placer Gulch, 301 Ski Hill Rd. Step back in time with a knowledgeable mining guide. Go inside a miners cabin, see and touch original mining equipment and learn to pan for gold. What you find is yours to keep. Great for kids of all ages. Reservations not required. Offered Tuesdays through Sundays. $10. 970-453-9767.

Breakfast Benefit Fundraiser

Silverthorne, June 26

9 a.m., Summit County Elks Lodge #2561, 1321 Blue River Parkway. Fundraiser Breakfast to Benefit the Lake Dillon Theater Company. Full breakfast buffet including biscuits and gravy, eggs, green chili, assorted pastries, and of course our Famous bacon. Call for will call or get your tickets from Lake Dillon Theater Company Board.

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