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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Join a Taste of Ghostly Breckenridge on Saturday, March 19 at 7 p.m. Enjoy samples of cocktails, hot chocolate and appetizers while organizers entertain you with ghost stories in the warmth of some of Summit's popular bars/restaurants. Price is $27 for adults and $20 child. Call Gail (970) 343-9169 or Jamie (970) 485-2894 for reservations.
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Yayoi Kusama Infinity Books

Breckenridge, March 19

noon, Randall Barn, 114 E. Washington Ave. The participants will create a single sheet book which can be opened many ways. The covers will be decorated in the style of Yayoi Kusamas Infinity series. (970) 453-3364. Please register at least 24 hours in advance at http://www.breckcreate.org.

The Ultimate 80s Party

Keystone, March 19

9 p.m., Warren Station at Keystone, River Run. Warren Station hosts the ultimate 80s Party starring one of the most popular era cover bands to date, The 6 Million Dollar Band. Go to http://www.warrenstation.com and purchase your ultimate party pass for just $8 per person. And, for the especially sentimental guests; capture your cheesy, crazy 80s moments with free pics in the Epic Mix photo booth.

Women of Bill’s Ranch Tour

Frisco, March 19

10 a.m., Frisco Historical Park, 120 Main St. Walking tour participants will find out why Bill Thomas made the offer of free land to Denver residents and about the history of Bills Ranch and the women who helped shape the area. Advance registration is required. (970) 668-3428.

Knights of Columbus Irish Dinner

Silverthorne, March 19

6 p.m., Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church, 89 Smith Ranch Road. Corn beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie, soda bread, salad, dessert and drinks for adults and kids.

To view a full listing of today’s events visit https://www.summitdaily.com/Entertainment/Calendar/


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