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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Chain Station Mountain Music

Frisco, Jan. 1

9 p.m., The Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main Street, Frisco. Chain Station is a 4-piece, high-energy, get ‘em out on the dance floor stringband from the Front Range of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. They’ve become known for catchy and lyrically-poignant original songs that flow from the mountains, through them and right back to you! Pure Mountain Music.

DJ Rudeboi

Dillon, Jan. 1

9:30 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Hwy 6, Dillon. Hey DJ Rudeboi is actually a nice guy that’s likes to keep the party going with you favorite Rock/Hop hits. Bring in the New Year with no cover, and big drink specials all night.

Move It & Lose It 5k Run

Breckenridge, Jan. 1

11 a.m., Gold Run Nordic Center, 200 Clubhouse Dr., Breckenridge. Fudge, apple pie and eggnog. What would the holidays be without overindulging in sugary treats? This fun run is your chance start the New Year burning some calories and enjoying the beautiful scenery at the Gold Run Nordic Center! Prizes will be awarded to the first-place male and female finishers. Participants may race on foot or snowshoe. Adults – $30, Youth (17 & Under) – $20.

Learn to ski and Ride Month

Copper Mountain, all January

Because Humans Were Never Meant to Hibernate! Try something new this winter! Take lessons from professional instructors during Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. Of course, lessons are available all winter long.

Chocolate Village

Keystone , Jan. 1 & 2

A yearly favorite, be sure not to miss this delicious homemade creation from Keystone Resort’s Pastry Chef Ned Archibald. This handcrafted holiday tradition features 8,000 pounds of chocolate crafted into a miniature alpine village, a working chocolate gondola, a cascading chocolate waterfall, 4 foot tall white chocolate Christmas tree with chocolate presents. This mouth watering creation gets a special new addition every year.

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