Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
Ryan Summerlin January 17, 2014
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Keystone, Jan. 17
6:15 p.m., Warren Station Center for the Arts, 164 Ida Belle Drive, Keystone. Warren Station at Keystone, CO and The Handsome Little Devils present Conjure. Conjure is the lightheartedly macabre tale of a quirky magician who must, with the help of the audience, bring back his loving, bumbling, deceased assistant to perform the magic show of a lifetime, err, after-lifetime.
Country Dance Night
Dillon, Jan. 17
7 p.m., Dillon Amphitheater, 100 Lodge Pole, Dillon. Join us for County dancing at the Silverthorne Pavilion. Dance lessons start promptly at 7 p.m. and continue until 8 p.m. Open dancing with your favorite country songs until 11 p.m. Cash bar available, you may bring your own snacks. $5.00 cover charge. Call (970) 453-2224 to be added to the dance email list or contact us at email@example.com.
Big Medicine Gang
Dillon, Jan. 17
9:30 p.m., Alma’s Only Bar, 12 S. Main Street, Alma. McGoon Productions Presents: Big Medicine Gang at Alma’s Only Bar. Big Medicine Gang’s high energy original sound is a stiff-cocktail of Blues, Funk & Reggae. They conjure an ol’ school sound reminiscent of Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, Sam & Dave, and Led Zeppelin. As well as a healthy dose of reggae fueled by Sublime, the Wailers, and the Skatalites. While not a ‘Jam Band’, followers of the genre will find BMG has a great vibe and sound, especially when joined by their horn section! Jamming may ensue, -guitar/vocals Seth Strickland (Indica Gypsys, Subdudes family & side projects) -drummer/vocals Matt Coddel (Skullfunk, Swampkoolers, the Funguys) come take your medicine.
Disabled IPC World Cup
Copper Mountain, Jan. 17
All day, Copper Mountain Resort. Adaptive snowboard and skier boarder cross and slalom competition.
Breckenridge, Jan. 17
2-10 p.m., Adams Ave., Breckenridge. Ice Castles in Breck is a one-of-a-kind experience! Built by hand and constructed only of ice, the Ice Castle at Breck is waiting to be explored! Carved walking paths lead visitors through towering glacial formations, caverns, archways, and maze-like tunnels. Come experience vivid glacial hues by day and nightly displays of millions of tons of illuminated ice. Bring your camera and wear your coat — tickets are good for all day, $10!
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