Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
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The Holiday Follies, a Revue
Dillon, Dec. 19 & 20
7:30 p.m., The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, 176 Lake Dillon Drive. This holiday variety show features yuletide classics, comic interludes, and audience favorites to liven up the season. Featuring Brittany Jeffery, Andrew Tebo, Nina Waters, Diane Huber, Ben Whitmore, and more. Fun for all ages.
Christmas Chocolate Village
Keystone, Dec. 19 to Jan. 4
All Day, Keystone Lodge & Spa, 22101 US Highway 6. A yearly favorite, be sure not to miss this delicious homemade creation from Keystone Resort’s Pastry Chef Ned Archibald. This handcrafted holiday tradition features 8,000 pounds of chocolate crafted into a miniature alpine village, a working chocolate gondola, a cascading chocolate waterfall, 4 foot tall white chocolate Christmas tree with chocolate presents. (800) 354-4386.
Dillon, Dec. 19
9 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. Great dance rock.
Keller Williams & His Compadres
Keystone, Dec. 19 & 20
9 p.m., Warren Station Center for the Arts, 164 Ida Belle Drive. Solo set each night as well. Dec. 19 — Catch Keller with Andy Thorn of Leftover Salmon and Andy Hall and Andy Falco from the Infamous Stringdusters. Dec. 20 — Keller returns to the stage with fellow compadres and former WMD’s Keith Moseley, Gibb Droll and Jeff Sipe. (970) 423-8996.
KSS Dining for Dollars
Breckenridge, Dec. 19
11 a.m., Quandary Grill, 505 S. Main St. When you dine at Quandary Grille, 10 percent of what you spend will be donated to KSS. Just by enjoying a meal or happy hour you are helping to support quality science education and leadership programming at Keystone Science School. So bring your friends and family and enjoy a great meal for a great cause. (970) 390-9328.
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