Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

In archives you get babies dropped on the doorstep much like a firehouse. These orphan donations have little to no information attached, and can often go years without identification. The Summit Historical Society has a large collection of these photographs and could use some help identifying people, locations, dates, or anything else in the photos. If you can identify anything in this photograph please email, and thanks for helping preserve Summit's history.

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The Holiday Follies, a Revue

Dillon, Dec. 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.

The Swing Crew

Keystone, Dec. 20 & 22

3 p.m., The Last Lift Bar, 1195 Keystone Road. Thru this interactive-acoustic show, fun will be had, memories will be made see you at toastin’ time.

Keller Williams & His Compadres

Keystone, Dec. 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.

Lee Rogers Band

Dillon, Dec. 20

9 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. From Austin, Texas. Performing great electric dance rock.

Afternoon Moon

Frisco, Dec. 20

9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. Hailing from Illinois, Afternoon Moon has a captivating sound that has been described as psychedelic roots rock ‘n’ roll that flows into funky grooves with melodies you can sing along to. Free show.

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