Frisco: Warren Miller Entertainment’s "Wintervention" screens Friday |

Frisco: Warren Miller Entertainment’s "Wintervention" screens Friday

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Aspen Skiing Company, paid about $50,000 for a spot in Warren Miller's "Impact," which is debuting this month. Dan Hudson/Warren Miller Entertainment

The latest in Warren Miller Entertainment’s jaw-dropping, eye-popping, “make-you-want-to-huck-a-cliff” snow entertainment is on tour, and it’s coming as a local fundraiser to Summit Middle School at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

The company’s 61st film, “Wintervention,” features well-known faces in the freeriding, racing and industry worlds, including Summit County’s own Zack Black.

Black, a Summit High grad who went to the Olympic trials last year in the halfpipe, will be the emcee for the show.

The film is narrated by Jonny Moseley. It hits locations that will make the ski-obsessed drool: Alaska, Norway, Canada, Antarctica and more.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students and children. The event is organized by and for Dillon Valley Elementary School. Proceeds from the fundraiser go toward purchasing books for children to take home to read, as many do not have enough challenging books to read at home, said Hollyanna Bates, event coordinator and first grade teacher at Dillon Valley Elementary.

As an independent promoter, Dillon Valley Elementary paid $1,000 to bring the show to Frisco. It’s back again in Summit County after a hiatus last year, Bates said.

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