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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Dine Out to Donate

Breckenridge & Frisco, Dec. 11

5 p.m. Blue River Bistro, Burke and Riley’s Irish Pub, Bagalis and Boatyard Pizzeria & Grill are donating 20% of dinner sales to Summit County Cares, an emergency assistance fund that helps locals facing hard times. 100 percent of the money raised is used to help locals pay rent, utility or medical bills. Treat yourself to a night out and help the community.

Twenty: Search & Rescue Benefit

Dillon, Dec. 11

8 p.m., Dillon Dam Brewery, 100 Little Dam St. Poor Boyz premieres their latest film, Twenty. This snowsport movie showing benefits the Summit County Rescue Group. $8 at the door includes admission and one raffle ticket. Additional raffle tickets are $2 each or 3/$5. Win ski gear, swag and lift tickets. SCRG is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization which provides backcountry search and rescue services to Summit County 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, at no charge. It is one of 6 mountain rescue teams in Colorado.

Wassail Days

Frisco, Dec. 11-14

All Day, Main Street in Downtown. There are many Wassail traditions throughout the world, but in Frisco, Wassail Days is an holiday experience for people looking for unique shopping and a slowed down version of holiday celebrations. Shoppers can buy a commemorative Wassail mug from participating merchants and at the Frisco/Copper Information Center located on 3rd and Main. Take your mug from shop to shop and taste each merchant’s interpretation of Wassail. At the end of your shopping, vote for your favorite Wassail.

Digital Beat Down

Frisco, Dec. 11

9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. Live electronic duo using instruments to create the experience of a DJ. Drums + bass, dubstep and deep house music. Free show.

High 5

Dillon, Dec. 11

9 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. Great groove dance rock from this home grown Summit County band.

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