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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Dance at Its Peak

Frisco, May 17

4 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.

Restore Innocence

Breckenridge, May 17

9:00 a.m., Father Dyer Church, 310 Wellington Road. Restore Innocence has been recognized as one of the major anti-human trafficking organizations in Colorado, as well as on a national level. In addition to awareness, prevention and education, the organization’s mission is to aid victims of human trafficking.

Historic Walking Tour

Breckenridge, May 17

11 a.m. & 1:30 p.m., Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S Main St. Take a tour through Breckenridge’s Nationally Recognized Historic District with a local expert. Along the way, hear stories about the hardy souls who lived in Breckenridge more than 100 years ago. Reservations not required.

Ghostly Tales

Breckenridge, May 17

7 p.m., Dredge Restaurant, Breckenridge, 180 W. Jefferson Ave. Explore the darker side of Breckenridge’s past on this Ghost Hunt and 90 minute walking tour. Meet Sylvia, the lonely widow; William Goodwin, the mangled miner; and Dr. Condon, the cold blooded killer. Ghost-hunting equipment provided to help you find those ghosts. Tablets and Smart Phones will be used, bring your own. Call Jamie before 5 p.m. (970) 485-2894.

Community Dinner

Breckenridge, May 17

6 p.m., Father Dyer United Methodist Church, 310 Wellington Road. Free community fellowship meal in church basement. (970) 453-2250.

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