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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

David Witte, author of "World War II at Camp Hale: Blazing a New Trail in the Rockies," will be doing a book signing and presentation Saturday, Dec. 12 from 3–5 p.m. at Next Page Books & Nosh in Frisco. A little about his book: In April 1942, a little over two years before the Tenth Mountain Division officially obtained its name, the U.S. Army began the unprecedented construction of a training facility for its newly acquired ski and mountain troops. Located near Pando in Colorados Sawatch Range, the site eventually known as Camp Hale sits at an elevation of 9,250 feet. Immense challenges in its creation and subsequent training included ongoing racial conflict, the high altitude and blustery winters. However, thanks to contributions from civilian workers and the Womens Army Corps and support from neighboring communities, the camp trained soldiers who helped defeat the Axis powers in World War II.
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Ugly Sweater Dash

Frisco, Dec. 12

4 p.m., Main Street in Downtown. Ugly holiday sweaters are required at this event. Registration is $15 per person. Dogs and children under 5 are free. Registration includes a special Frisco souvenir, a chance to show off your sweater and a whole bunch of glory for participating. Registration will be available at http://www.wassaildays.com.

The Bandits

Dillon, Dec. 12

9:30 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. Hot dance Modern Rock Trio from Boulder Colorado.

Adult Drop In Hockey

Breckenridge, Dec. 12

8:30 a.m., Stephen C. West Ice Arena, 0189 Boreas Pass Road. These sessions allow players to scrimmage and play pick-up hockey. All players must be 18 years of age or older, and rough play and inappropriate behavior is not allowed. Helmets are required and full equipment is highly recommended.

Girls in Stem

Keystone, Dec. 12

10 a.m., Keystone Science School Campus, 1053 Soda Ridge Road. Empowering girls to ask questions, develop solutions, dream big, and to embrace the ‘mistakes’ that can be the next big thing. In this hands-on exploration, girls grades 3-7 work together on fun and challenging creations and learn about the many possibilities open to women in STEM (science, tech, engineering, and math) careers. Their product of STEM will be designed, tested and unique.

Breakfast with Santa

Frisco, Dec. 12

8:30 a.m., Backcountry Brewery, 720 Main St. Breakfast with Santa is the perfect setting for a few lucky boys and girls to have a little one-on-one time with the Big Man from the North Pole. This years event will include Santa visiting for a full breakfast buffet, hot chocolate bar and a special edition ‘Elf Yourself’ workshop for the kids. Get your tickets online or at the preschool, for more information or to purchase tickets visit: http://www.friscobreakfastwithsanta.com.

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