Today’s top five things to do in Summit County |

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

Elephant Wrecking Ball will play two performances in Summit and Park counties this week. First, the band will be at The Brown Hotel in Breckenridge on Thursday, Aug. 11, before heading over Hoosier Pass to the South Park Saloon in Alma on Saturday, Aug. 13 at 9 p.m. Elephant Wrecking Ball features members of Pretty Lights, RAQ and John Brown's Body.
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The Swarm by Tasha Lewis

Breckenridge, Aug. 11

9 a.m., Breckenridge, Main St. Bridging boundaries between art, nature and everyday life, Tasha Lewiss ephemeral installations consist of thousands of cyanotype butterflies printed on fabric and embedded with magnets, invading metallic surfaces around town.

Vanya And Sonia And Masha And Spike

Breckenridge, Aug. 11

7:30 p.m., The Breckenridge Backstage Theatre, 121 Ridge St. In this dynamic new comedy by the author of Beyond Therapy, Masha returns home with her twenty-something boy toy Spike in tow, all hell breaks loose.

Elephant Wrecking Ball

Breckenridge, Aug. 11

10 p.m., The Historic Brown Hotel, 208 N. Ridge St. An amalgamation of heavy grooves, ambient dub and otherworldly sounds, Elephant Wrecking Ball transports listeners into familiar yet uncharted musical territories. Featuring members of Pretty Lights, RAQ, John Brown’s Body.

Guided Wilderness Hike

Breckenridge, Aug. 11

10 a.m., Breckenridge Welcome Center, 203 S Main St. Professional guides lead weekly explorations of the Breckenridge backcountry. Children under 4 must be in a carrying pack. $15 per person.

(e)motion Exhibit

Frisco, Aug. 11

9 a.m., THE ART FORUM at Summit County Commons, 37 Peak One Drive. A variety of local artists display paintings, photography, watercolors, encaustics, multi media works and painted snowboards. The exhibit i titled ‘e(motion)’ and is located in the upper level of the County Commons in Frisco.

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