Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
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40oz To Freedom
Breckenridge, Dec. 19
9 p.m., Three 20 South, 320 S. Main St., Breckenridge. 40 oz to Freedom formed in March of 2007 and has been turning heads from day one. They have a uniquely similar sound to Sublime as well as an amazingly energetic show that is sure to leave you wanting more. All in all, this is the band to see for any true Sublime fan.
Arnie Green Band
Dillon, Dec. 19
9:30 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Hwy 6, Dillon. Live on stage the Arnie Green Band is a great blues and rock band playing your favorite hits. Please support local music.
Deep Trouble: Ocean Impacts of Climate Change
Silverthorne, Dec. 19
6:30 p.m., Colorado Mountain College, 107 Denison Placer Rd., Breckenridge. Chuck Dayton, a retired environmental lawyer sailed across the Central Pacific Ocean this summer, visiting islands we dream as paradise, only to be hit hard with the realization that we are one of the last generations who will experience the Earth as we now know it. Come listen to Chuck Dayton speak of his 3,000 mile voyage and his observations of the impacts of climate change on our precious ocean ecosystems.
Gingerbread House Contest Voting
Silverthorne, Dec. 19 & 20
9 a.m., Main Branch – Summit County Library, 0037 County Rd. 1005, Frisco. Come by the Main Library and cast your vote for the Gingerbread House created by Summit County’s finest young chefs. Voting occurs during library hours and ends on Dec. 20. Good luck to all the entries.
USSA Grand Prix
Copper Mountain, Dec. 19-21
9 a.m., Copper Mountain Resort, 209 Ten Mile Circle, Copper Mountain. Top freeskiers and snowboarders from around the globe will compete in their quest to qualify for the 2014 Olympics at America’s largest competitive winter sports tour.
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