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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

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The Light of Dark

Breckenridge, every day

All Day, Arts Alive gallery, 500 S. Main St. La Cima Mall. This show depicts the art of the lights coming on at dusk, bright sunlight contrasted with dark shadows, dark stormy skies. So many ways to see the light. Stop in the gallery to see this new show and how many ways to see the light. Featured artist of the month, is renowned wildlife photographer, Richard Seeley, of Silverthorne. He his having a special show, “Owls, Owls and More Owls”. The opening reception for both shows is Saturday, March 14, from 4-8 p.m.

Met Opera Live in HD – ‘La Donna del Lago’

Breckenridge, March 14

10:30 a.m., Colorado Mountain College, 107 Denison Placer Road. The Metropolitan Opera, National Repertory Orchestra, Colorado Mountain College and Lake Dillon Theatre Company join forces to bring you another season of the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD. Gioachino Rossini’s La Donna del Lago. Prologue and Epilogue Series begins at 10:30 a.m. $10 students, $16 seniors, $20 adults.

Woodcut Printmaking

Breckenridge, March 14

1 p.m., Randall Barn, 114 E. Washington Ave. Students will learn the traditional technique to create a graphic image with subtle woodgrain texture. Create multiple prints to trade with other workshop participants and go home with a mini portfolia of prints. $45, includes all materials.


Dillon, March 14

9 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. The Rock Nouveau Band with the fantastic ryhthms and violin sound.

Johnny Johnston

Breckenridge, March 14

5 p.m., Base Nine Bar (Inside Beaver Run), 620 village Road. Come hear local performer Johnny Johnson play his Colorado inspired original music. Base Nine featured colorado craft beer tasting flights, free pool and darts and a relaxing and intimate atmosphere. (970) 453-6000.

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