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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Book Organizing

Dillon, Aug. 24

9 a.m., Dillon Valley Elementary, 108 Deer Path Road. We need approximately 40 volunteers to help sort, sticker and organize books at Dillon Valley Elementary. If you have a couple hours, a half day or a whole day, we can use your help. Sign up at: bit.do/924help. Call Hollyanna Bates for more info (970) 389-7885.

Billabong, Element, and Under Armour Trunk Show

Breckenridge, Aug. 24 & 25

1 p.m., Breckenridge Christian Ministries (BCM Building), 103 Sawmill Road. Billabong/Element / Under Armour show with mens, ladies & kids apparel & accessories for summer & fall. Proceeds to benefit SCY – Summit County Youth.

Cloak and Dagger

Dillon, Aug. 24 & 26

All Day, The Lake Dillon Theatre Company, 176 Lake Dillon Drive. Third-rate detective Nick Cutter is down on his luck when a beautiful blonde bombshell tosses a very intriguing case (and herself) into his lap.

Iowa Hill Gold Miner’s Hike

Breckenridge, Aug. 24

10 a.m., Iowa Hill Trailhead, Airport Road. Enjoy an easy guided hike through the historic Iowa Hill mine site, which takes you past mining artifacts, interpretive signs, and up to a restored miners’ boardinghouse. Weather permitting; reservations required by 8 p.m. Sunday. $15/Adult; $10/Child ages 4-12.

English Tea Tour

Breckenridge, Aug. 24 & 26

1:30 p.m., Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S Main St. Join Mrs Engle, the banker’s wife, or Ms. Nicholson, the Madam, as they take you through Breckenridge in 1910 on this living history walking tour. Hear the stories and finish with tea and scones in an historic tea room. Tel: (970) 343-9169 or (970) 485-2894 for reservations. $18 per person.

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