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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Dance at Its Peak

Frisco, May 16

6 p.m., Summit High School auditorium, 16201 Colorado 9. Summit School of Dance’s annual recital, featuring dancers of all ages from toddlers through adults. With performances by the award winning CO.motion Dancers. There will be classic ballet and pointe, jazz, tap, hip-hop, modern musical theatre and contemporary pieces. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $10/adults and $5/students. For more information call (970) 668-3975.

FDRD Yard Sale

Dillon, May 16

8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Dillon Ranger District Office. From furniture to clothing and sports gear to collectibles, there are thousands of treasures to be had for a screaming deal. One hundred percent of the proceeds from this sale will be donated to FDRD and will be put directly back into the care of the surrounding forest.

Frisco’s Town Clean Up Day

Frisco, May 16

9 a.m., 304 Main St. Volunteer to help get outside and ‘tidy the town’. Enjoy lunch on the Town Council outside of the Frisco Historic Park to reward your efforts.

Silverthorne Town Clean Up Day

Silverthorne, May 16

9 a.m., Rainbow Park. After your morning of sprucing up, please join a volunteer appreciation picnic back at the Park at noon.

Dillon Town Clean Up Day

Dillon, May 16

9 a.m., Dillon Town Park. Spruce up the town in the morning. Arbor Day festivities will follow at the volunteer picnic at noon back at the park.

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