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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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The Mountaintop

Dillon, Oct. 15

6:30 p.m., The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, 176 Lake Dillon Drive. Cast members Harvy Blanks and Kim Staunton are two of the most respected long-time members of the Denver Center Theatre Company. Be amazed by their performances in this intimate venue.

‘An Evening with the Boys’ with Len Rhodes and Jerry Brown

Keystone, Oct. 15

7 p.m. Summit Music and Arts Fundraiser. Join storyteller/musician Jerry Brown and Summit Music and Arts Artist in Residence and Pianist Len Rhodes for an evening of music from the ‘Great American Songbook.’ Featuring music from Irving Berlin, Cole Porter and George Gershwin – all incredibly successful, yet each suffered tragic circumstances. 1920-30s dress suggested but not required. Just come and have fun. House concert. Limited seating. $25. Tickets: Information: (970) 485-2916.

2 for 1 Books for Sale

Summit County, Oct. 15-18

All Day, all library locations. The Summit County Library’s Friends of the Library are selling paperback books in each of the three branches. Stop by your library and buy a book or two and help to create children’s programs and adult author visits at your library. Currently these books are buy two for one low price. (970) 668-5555.

Creating caring kids

Breckenridge, Oct. 15

5:30-6:30 p.m., Carriage House, 890 Airport Road. Community members are invited to join the Summit Pyramid Leadership Team at the Carriage House Early Learning Center for an award presentation and to tour classrooms to learn more about the Pyramid Plus Approach.

Ghostly Tales

Breckenridge, Oct. 15, 17 & 18

7 p.m., 180 Jefferson Ave. A ghost hunt and walking tour of downtown Breckenridge. Visit some of the most haunted buildings in town. Equipment included. Adult $15, child $10. Call for reservation – Jamie (970) 485-2894.

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