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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Wilderness First Aid Course Begins

Breckenridge, April 27

8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Carter Park Pavilion, 300 South High St. The Breckenridge Recreation Center and Desert Mountain Medicine team up to offer you a chance to become certified in Wilderness First Aid. This course is a great introduction to wilderness medicine and basic life support skills. American Heart Association CPR is included in the curriculum. For more information on Desert Mountain Medicine, visit Ages: 15 & up.

Breckenridge Spring Fever Festival

Breckenridge, April 27

8:30 a.m., Breckenridge Ski Resort, Peak 8 Base Area, T- Bar Restaurant, 1599 Ski Hill Rd. The biggest spring party in the Rocky Mountains is back. Breckenridge Ski Resort’s annual ‘Spring Fever’ month-long festival will again return to Breck to end ski season with a bang, and will feature a series of events both on the mountain and in town.

Pianist Katie Mahan

Dillon, April 27

4 p.m., Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church, 56 US Highway 6. Ms. Mahan will be performing the music of Debussy, Beethoven, Wagner-Liszt, and Gershwin.

Kids Canvas Painting Parties

Keystone, April 27

4 p.m., ReadyPaintFire!, 135 Dercum Square. Fun weekly paintings step-by-step with a ReadyPaintFire artist -skating penguins, funny foxes and purple moose.

‘Outdoor Art’ Show

Frisco, every day

All day, County Commons Library Gallery. Summit County Arts Exhibit Committee presents the “Outdoor Art” of Marianna Duford. This exhibit features colorful paintings from Colorado, Mexico and Italy printed in a way that allows them to be displayed outdoors or in a spa or pool area. Marianna is a Colorado native whose artwork includes watercolors, oils or acrylics drawn from her travels around the world and especially Colorado.

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