Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
December 24, 2015
A Christmas Story
Breckenridge, Dec. 25-30
7 p.m., Riverwalk Center, 150 W. Adams Avenue. Directed by Christopher Willard In this Christmas adventure like no other, young Ralphie Parkers fervent campaign for a Red Ryder BB Gun unfolds despite a chorus of worries ('You'll shoot your eye out!') and amid seasonal shenanigans involving a leg lamp, a bunny suit, and a tongue stuck to a frozen flagpole. (970) 453-3187.
Frisco, Dec. 26
9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. Eminence Ensemble plays their 6th Annual Holiday show at The Barkley Ballroom. It is a homecoming for the five-piece Electronic Jamband that formed almost 10 years ago in Summit County and have been on countless national tours since. Free show.
Ski with a Ranger
Keystone, Breckenridge & Copper Mountain, Dec. 25 & 26
11 a.m., Keystone, Breckenridge & Copper Mountain Ski Resorts. Volunteer Snow Rangers will educate skiers and riders about the fascinating natural and cultural history of Summit County and the White River National Forest. These one hour tours require guests to have proper ski equipment, lift tickets, and intermediate skiing/snowboarding ability. For more information visit http://www.fdrd.org.
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Lay Led Shabbat Service with Synagogue of the Summit
Breckenridge, Dec. 25
7 p.m., Carter Park, 300 S High St. Welcome Shabbat with us at our monthly lay led Kabbalat Shabbat Service. We will provide Challah and Kiddish Wine. Please bring a nosh to share during the Oneg following the service. For more information contact Jackie Balyeat at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (317) 414-5663.
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