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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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DJ RudeBoi

Dillon, March 24

9 p.m., Lake Dillon Tavern, 119 E Labonte St. #108. Local’s (and visitors) appreciation night every Tuesday at the LDT. DJ RudeBoi rocks the dance floor with your favorite hits, hip hop, and EDM.

Oil Painting for Beginners

Breckenridge, March 24

1 p.m., Fuqua Livery Stable, 110 E Washington Ave. Learn to paint in oils, or brush up on your painting skills. This workshop will cover the basics of oil painting including color mixing, brushwork, values and composition. $45, materials list provided, or $13 material fee.

Healing Arts Tea Time

Breckenridge, March 24

5 p.m., Fuqua Livery Stable, 110 E Washington Ave. Experience the healing properties of tea. Make a relaxation/bedtime tea, stamina/energy tea and a detox/cleansing tea. Also siptea throughout the workshop and learning about the herbs. $35, includes all materials.

Freud’s Last Session

Dillon, March 24-26 & 29

6:30 p.m., The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, 176 Lake Dillon Drive. In September 1939, 83-year-old Dr. Sigmund Freud welcomes Oxford C. S. Lewis into his office. While they anxiously await news of Britain’s entering the Second World War, the unlikely pair embarks on an intellectual journey involving love, sex, the existence of God, and the meaning of life.

Choreographed Waltz Ballroom Lessons

Frisco, March 24 & 26

7 p.m., Summit County Community & Senior Citizens Center, 83 Nancy’s Place. Begin your experience in Ballroom Dancing by learning to Waltz using choreographed ballroom dance routines. Upon lesson completion, students may dance regularly at dances sponsored by the Timberline Toppers. The Waltz (eight classes) Tuesday and Thursday. Instruction by Timberline Toppers’ club cuer, Elaine Fogle. To register or for more information, contact Elaine Fogle at

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