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

Today’s top four things to do in Summit County

On Sunday, July 3, from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., the Frisco Historic Park and Museum at 120 Main St. will host the annual Frisco Founder’s celebration. This free event will highlight Frisco’s history with interactive activities and entertainment. Guests will have a chance to ride burros, pan for gold and create sidewalk chalk art compliments of Climax Mine. There will also be opportunities to tour the Historic Park and Museum’s 12 buildings, enjoy some refreshments, or set out a lawn chair at the park for a day of entertainment. The free entertainment lineup at Chez’ Place Gazebo includes a historic re-enactment by the Legendary Ladies at 11 a.m., two roping demonstrations at noon and 2 p.m., a concert by the Summit Concert Band at 1 p.m., and a performance with the singer/songwriter band, HoneyHoney, at 3 p.m. In addition, Summit Advocates for Gifted Education (SAGE) will be selling lemonade and ice cream as a fundraiser.
Todd Powell / town of Frisco |

Stencil+sidewalk: Chalk-it-Up

Breckenridge, July 3

12 p.m., Fuqua Livery Stable, 110 E Washington Ave. Fill the streets with color and pattern using chalk. Free. First come, first served. (970) 453-3364.

Wynonna & The Big Noise

Breckenridge, July 3

7 p.m., Breckenridge Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Ave.

Gold Panning

Breckenridge, July 3

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.

July 3rd Remembrance

Frisco, July 3

1 p.m., St. Anthony Summit Medical Center, 340 Peak One Drive. Come together to bless a new space of beauty to honor, reflect and remember those who sacrificed. The event will be held on the west side of the hospital.

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