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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Empty Hands, Open Arms

Breckenridge, Jan. 22

7 p.m., Colorado Mountain College Breckenridge, 107 Denison Placer Rd., Breckenridge. When acclaimed author Deni B chard first learned of the last living bonobos great apes that are, alongside the chimpanzee, our closest relatives in the animal kingdom he was astonished. How could the world accept the extinction of this majestic species, along with the rainforest they call home?

International Snow Sculpture Champs

Breckenridge, Jan. 22

All Day, Breckenridge Ski Resort, 1599 Saw Mill Run Rd., Breckenridge. Watch as teams from around the world each work to turn 20 tons of snow into incredible works of art within just a few days. As a spectator you’ll also get a chance to vote for the People’s Choice winner. The Riverwalk Center is also home to the Ice Village, where each ice carving is sculpted into a glowing statue to represent many of the supporters of the Snow Sculpture Championships. The competition sculptures will be exhibited in the Tiger Dredge parking lot adjacent to the Riverwalk Center. (970) 453-5000.

Robotic Pirate Monkey

Breckenridge, Jan. 22

9 p.m., Three 20 South, 320 S. Main St., Breckenridge. After forming in late Spring of 2010, Robotic Pirate Monkey quickly emerged out of Boulder’s dense electronic music scene. RPM is the collaboration of Andrew Hathaway, Matt Berryhill, and Matt Flesher.

Whiskey Tango

Frisco, Jan. 22

9 p.m., The Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St., Frisco. Whiskey Tango isn’t just Bluegrass, it’s ‘foot stomping slamgrass.’ Free Show at 9:30 p.m. (970) 708-7042.

Krystal 93 Apres ski party

Dillon, Jan. 22

5-7:30 p.m., Pug Ryan’s, Dillon. Come down for a chance to win skit tickets, concert tickets, and much more!

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