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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Choreographed Waltz Ballroom Lessons

Frisco, March 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

Writing Group

Breckenridge, March 26

5:30 p.m., Yellow Arrow Coffee, 103 S. Harris St. All genres and levels welcome to join a new writer’s group in Breckenridge. Bring a piece to share, feedback is up to you. If you’re not ready to share, simply come listen. (970) 453-9093.

Poetry Slam

Breckenridge, March 26

7 p.m., Colorado Mountain College, Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium, 107 Denison Placer Road. A beloved Summit County literary tradition, Colorado Mountain College’s eighth annual Poetry Slam is free and open to the public. Come present your poem in any language, though translate it into English as well. Win one of three awards. (970) 453-6757.

Avalanche Education Series

Breckenridge, March 26

6 p.m., Breckenridge Ski Resort, 1599 Saw Mill Run Road. This education series is absolutely free to everyone with free food, door prizes and it is a great opportunity for learning about avalanche safety in and around the 10 Mile Range. (970) 453-5000.

Adult Canvas Painting Party

Frisco, March 26

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.

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