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

Today’s top five things to do in Summit County

The band Salem will perform at The Barkely Ballroom in Frisco on Friday, March 18, after showings of ski/snowboard/avalanche awareness films. There will be raffles from outdoor industry partners. Doors open at 8 p.m.
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The Swing Crew in Keystone

Keystone, March 18

3 p.m., The Last Lift Bar, 1195 Keystone Rd. Interactive, acoustic apres ski.


Frisco, March 18

Participate in The Longevity Project

The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.

8 p.m., Barkley Ballroom, 610 Main St. Salem performs socially-conscious music blending hip-hop, jazz and funk. The night begins with ski/snowboard video premiers. No cover.

Cranford Hollow Live Music!

Dillon, March 18

9:30 p.m., Snake River Saloon, 23074 Highway 6. Cranford Hollow, Americana southern rock band, out of Hilton Head, SC. 21 and over.

Spring Fling Dance Party

Breckenridge, March 18

10 p.m., The MotherLoaded Tavern, 103 S. Main St. Shake off the winter chill and swing into Spring at Motherloaded Tavern in beautiful downtown Breckenridge. Celebrate the Spring Equinox with a smokin’ hot dance party and kick off the Big Thaw with Soul Tones, Colorado’s own groove-driven Funk/Rock power trio. Recently dubbed the Classic Rockers, Soul Tones incorporate a captivating blend of timeless favorites and funky originals. Free show.

Coffee Talk

Breckenridge, March 18

8 a.m., Amazing Grace, 213 Lincoln Ave. Join Town Manager Rick Holman and Mayor John Warner for an informal opportunity to speak one-on-one and discuss Town issues, offer input on the happenings in our community and for a chance to clarify information.

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