Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
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Jason Daniels Band Frisco, May 28
8 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. Nashvilles Jason Daniels Band has blues and rock woven into some of the best songwriting of any touring band today. Free keg at 8 p.m., music at 9:30 p.m.
Design & Thinking Movie ScreeningFrisco, May 28
5 p.m., Evo 3 Workspace, 620 E. Main St. The process of innovation is changing due to Design Thinking. Spacelab and Evo 3 Workspace have partnered for this very special documentary screening. This free event supports the vision of creating a STEM economy in the mountains.
Tomando Control Colorado Class for Spanish Speakers Frisco, May 28
4 p.m., St. Anthony Summit Medical Center, 340 Peak One Drive. A free class taught in Spanish to help people deal with the challenges of living with an ongoing health condition such as heart disease, a lung condition, diabetes or arthritis. Tomando Control Colorado is the chronic disease self-management program developed at Stanford University. For more information and to register, contact Kellee Jackson at COAW, 1-888-900-2629 or (720) 724-3809. Email email@example.com.
On the Road AgainBreckenridge, every day
All Day, Arts Alive gallery, 500 S. Main St. La Cima Mall. The gallery artists are showing works depicting their favorite vacations or places they are looking forward to visiting. There is also a special showing of two of the gallery artists. Quilt artist, Keats Scott and sculptor, Janelle Kopp.
Pastels, Polish dresses and jewelry Frisco, every day
All Day, The Art Forum at Summit County Commons, 37 Peak One Drive. This month features beautiful jewelry by local bead artist Cheri Breeman and by pastel artist Susan Venier. Also on display are traditional Polish folk costumes, brightly colored and decorated with embroidery. The yearlong exhibit shows works from Tim Adrian, Paula Kraemer, Joe Wakeman and others.
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