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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Adult Canvas Painting Party

Frisco, Feb. 12

7 p.m., Frisco Day Lodge, 621 Recreation Way. This class is open to all abilities; instructor, Sheila Trowbridge, will guide the class step-by-step to paint a canvas. Included in the registration fee is one soda, beer or glass of wine. This class is open to the first 35 to register; open to ages 12 and up. Cost: $45/person. A $5 late fee will be applied to any walk up registrations the day of the program. Registration is strongly recommended; if minimum number of 6 participants is not met 48 hours prior to the event the class will be cancelled.

Cupcakes & Canvases Aprs Party

Keystone, Feb. 12

5 p.m., Warren Station Center for the Arts, 164 Ida Belle Drive. During this two hour class, your kids will be guided by an art teacher to create an artistic masterpiece while enjoying delicious cupcakes. Class includes canvas, art supplies, cupcakes, juice and guidance. (970) 423-8996.

Dwight Brill Celebration of Life

Breckenridge, Feb. 12

6 p.m., Maggie Restaurant, Base of Peak 9. Join Breck employees and locals at the 16th Annual Dwight Brill ‘Celebration of Life’ Memorial Dinner and Silent Auction. Each year, the Dwight Brill ‘Celebration of Life’ Fund helps numerous Breckenridge Ski Resort employees by providing emergency financial support in times of extreme need. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $20 for adults either at the Peak 8 Admin Building or at the Peak 8 Guest Service desk in One Ski Hill Place. Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $25 per adult, or two for $45. Children are $5 each.


Frisco, Feb. 12

9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. Local rockers Tim Sabo, Dayman Pasqual and Andrew Held play a mix of originals and covers. Free show.

John Truscelli Band

Dillon, Feb. 12

9 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. Come out and rock the Snake.

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