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Be a tourist in your own backyard

FRISCO – In cooperation with the Frisco Historical Society, the town of Frisco will present “Frisco’s Be a Tourist in your own Backyard” at 2 p.m. May 31 at the Frisco Historic Park. The event is part of the Colorado Historical Society’s Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month.

The theme for the statewide observance is “Preserve Our Fragile Past.”

The event promotes the preservation of Frisco’s past and aspires to raise awareness and appreciation of the mountain town’s rich history.

Goals include introducing the concept of “heritage tourism” and promoting preservation of the past through incentives.

For information, call Jocelyn Mills at (970) 668-5276. To learn more about Archeology and Historical Preservation Month, call (303) 866-3682, visit or e-mail


Hot Jazz and Cool Chicks

DILLON – The 11th semi-annual Hot Jazz and Cool Chicks fundraiser will be from 6-8 p.m. May 13 at the Dillon Dam Brewery in Dillon.

The proceeds will help support the Summit County Youth Jazz Band and the Summit U-19 Girl’s Rugby Team in their travels this spring and summer. Admission to the event is free.

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