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Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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Caravan of Thieves

Frisco, Oct. 22

9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. If Django Reinhardt, the cast of Stomp and the Beatles all had a party at Tim Burton’s house, Caravan of Thieves would be the band they hire. Kenn Lee opens at 9 p.m. Tickets $10.

Pumpkin Patch

Breckenridge, Oct. 22-25

10 a.m. to 7 p.m., The Church at Agape Outpost, 15404 Colorado 9. Come visit an indoor pumpkin patch. There are free treats and hot cider as well as a photo spot for visitors to remember their visit. A portion of the proceeds go to support different missions organizations across the globe. There is free kids story time each Friday at 10 a.m.

Glassblowing Demonstration

Frisco, Sept. 22, 24 & 25

7 p.m., Gatherhouse Glassblowing Studio and Gallery, 110 Second Ave. Watch the glassblowers transform 2000-degree molten glass into pieces of art. Fascinating for all ages. Classes available.

Pumpkin Carving for Adults

Breckenridge, Oct. 22

7 p.m., Fuqua Livery Stable, 110 E Washington Ave. Couples, friends, and individuals are invited to create a magnificent carved pumpkin with tips from expert instructor Barry Brown. Before taking your creation home, the jack-o’-lanterns will be illuminated on the Arts District campus for a spook-tacular photo opportunity. Each couple receives one pumpkin, a pattern, and a mini-kit of Barry’s favorite carving tools.

Genetic Roulette: the Gamble of Our Lives

Breckenridge, Oct. 22

7 p.m., Colorado Mountain College, 107 Denison Placer Road. This is an informational film describing what genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) are, how they are developed and regulated, their prevalence in U.S. food, and possible health risks associated with their ingestion. It is sponsored by High Country Conservation and Colorado Mountain College.

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