Today’s top five things to do in Summit County
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An Evening of Chamber Music for the Season
Silverthorne, Jan. 2
7 p.m., Silverthorne Pavilion, 400 Blue River Parkway. Purchase tickets individually or become a ‘Friend of Summit Music and Arts’ (go to the website and look under ‘donate’). Join Summit Music and Arts Artistic Director and Artist in Residence Len Rhodes, and Dercum Center’s Artistic Director and Violinist Chas Wetherbee in a special evening of music to bring in the New Year. With Julianne Scott, clarinet; Paul Nagem, flute; and Janet Harriman, harp. $35 per person. Tickets: http://www.summitmusicandarts.org or (970) 485-2916.
Ski with a Ranger
Summit County, Jan. 2
11 a.m., Keystone, Breckenridge & Copper Mountain Ski Resorts. Friends of the Dillon Ranger District has partnered with local ski resorts and the US Forest Service to offer free 1 hour, on-hill skiing, or riding, nature tours. Friendly and knowledgeable volunteer rangers will educate visitors and locals. Tours will require guests to have proper ski equipment, lift tickets, and intermediate skiing/snowboarding ability.
Breckenridge, Jan. 2
3:30 p.m., Park Ave Pub, 605 South Park Ave. Singer of scintilating songs, teller of tantilizing tales, and darn good apres fun, too.
Frisco, Jan. 2
9 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. With vintage sound and modern swagger, Von Stomper excellently couples old-time folk Americana with some rock attitude and almost vaudevillian flair.
Christmas Chocolate Village
Keystone, Jan. 2-4
All Day, Keystone Lodge & Spa, 22101 US Highway 6. 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. (800) 354-4386.
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