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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Today at 10 a.m. naturalist Sara Kleinkopf will be leading at White River National Forest snowshoe hike. The hike will be easy to moderate in its difficulty and will probably last anywhere from three to four hours. Spots are limited, so check for availability at Fdrd.org. The hike is free and will take off at the Dillon Ranger District Headquarters in Silverthorne.
Caroline Lewis / Special to the Daily |

National Forest Snowshoe Hike

Silverthorne, Feb. 22

10 a.m., Dillon Ranger District Headquarters, 680 Blue River Parkway. Leisurely paced snowshoe tour in the Dillon Ranger District of the White River National Forest with guest naturalist Sara Kleinkopf. Spots are limited, so sign up in advance at Fdrd.org. Free.

Transitions of the Ute People

Silverthorne, Feb. 22

2 p.m., Town of Silverthorne Pavilion, 400 Blue River Parkway. Summit Historical Society presents of the Seasons of the Nuche: Transitions of the Ute People. Doors open at 1:30 p.m. Find tickets at Eventbrite.com for advanced discounts.

Living Room Concert Series

Frisco, Feb. 22

4:30 p.m., Next Page Books and Nosh, 409 Main St. Local musician Randall McKinnon will perform live music.

Breckenridge Town Mixer

Breckenridge, Feb. 22

5-7 p.m., Robbie’s Tavern, Grand Colorado Resort, 1627 Ski Hill Road. The Breckenridge Ambassador’s presents a February mixer at a new restaurant in town. $10 cover at the door for two drinks, unlimited food and a raffle ticket.

Greener Grounds

Frisco, Feb. 22

9 p.m., The Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. Denver-based Greener Grounds is an upcoming jam band with musical influences ranging from rock and jazz to funk and reggae. No cover.

To view a full listing of today’s events visit https://www.summitdaily.com/Entertainment/Calendar/


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