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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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ACBL Sanctioned Duplicate Bridge

Frisco, June 8 & 12

1-4:30 p.m., Summit County Community & Senior Citizens Center, Highway 9 and County Road 1004. Partnership Chairman Howard, (970) 468-2313. For additional information contact Mike at (210) 310-6656. Fragrance-free, please.

Open Mic

Breckenridge, June 8

9 p.m., The MotherLoaded Tavern, 103 S.Main St. User friendly but furiously cookin Open Mic with a furry Moose. Bring your strings and come sing, dance, laugh and cry.

Skateboard Camp Session

Breckenridge, June 8

9 a.m., Breckenridge Rec Center, 880 Airport Road. Skate camps return this summer with exceptional skateboard instructors teaching you how to ride the bowls and shred the street. Camps are open to boys and girls of all abilities. All participants must have a skateboard and helmet. Ages 6-14 are welcome.

Summit Stix Practice

Frisco, June 8

6 p.m., Summit High School, 16201 Colorado 9. Grab your water, gear and get on the field. Make sure to bring your registration or fill one out before practice starts.

Summer display

Frisco, Every day

All Day, The Art Forum at Summit County Commons, 37 Peak One Drive. Recent Summit High graduate and recipient of the Summit County Arts Exhibit Committee Scholarship, Kaitlin Wallace is displaying a sample of her fashion designs. Learn more about the wonderful waxy world of encaustics with Victoria Eubanks. Scroll-saw woodworker Len Szmurlo and metalsmith Cathy Gammel’s art is featured on the wall adjacent the library. The yearlong exhibit, displayed through the end of July, features works from Kate Kiesler, Bruce Spinney, Christina Davis and Janet Eichman.

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