GSCRA Forms Membership Committee
Meeting on Friday, October 7, 4-5p.m.
Riviera Supper Club & Piano Bar
If you have always wanted to become involved with the chamber, now is your chance! The chamber is still has room for a couple more chamber members to join a new Glenwood Springs Chamber Membership Committee. The main focus of the committee will be to recruit new members into the chamber by prospecting, developing outreach strategies, and implementing new programs and [...]
Join us at the W.I.N. Meeting Wednesday, October 26!
4th Annual W.I.N. Business Trade Fair
Hosted by The Glenwood Springs Library
You're invited to attend this month's W.I.N. meeting on Wednesday, October 26th for the 4th Annual W.I.N. Business Trade Fair hosted by The Glenwood Springs Public Library
When: Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
Time: 7:15 am - 9:00 am
Where: The Glenwood Springs Library - Community Meeting Room
Attend this October's W.I.N. meeting to meet local business [...]
Glenwood Springs' Community on the Move Committee Invites You to a Media Conference
Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 2:30 PM at the corner of 6th & Pine (parking lot of former Mountain Sports Outlet).
Join us at the site of the Gateway to Glenwood -- one of the projects outlined for bonding in the A&I 1-Cent sales tax renewal effort.
Mayor Mike Gamba, Community on the Move leadership and supporters will be on hand with visuals of identified projects.
Hunt for your favorite pumpkin in our giant pumpkin field.
- Hay Maze
- Strawbale Mountain
- Farm Store
- Sand Box
- Feed the Chickens
Open every day October 1-31.
Hours: M-F 11-6/ Sat. & Sun. 9-5
Activities are free. Pumpkins are sold by the pound. [...]
Election Cheat Sheet
Understanding the 2016 ballot beyond Clinton vs. Trump
You're invited to join us on
Monday, October 10, 12-1:30 p.m. at the Limelight Hotel in the Monarch Room
355 S. Monarch St., Aspen, CO 81611
Lunch will be provided. RSVP required.
2016 is a big ballot year. In addition to the presidential and congressional elections, there are nine statewide questions and numerous local initiatives on the ballot in Colorado. Rather than not voting on the questions you don't [...]
Party like it’s 1964!
That was the year that the Wilderness Act established the first 54 wilderness areas, including the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness. This 50th anniversary is a fitting moment to celebrate that bold legacy and to throw a giant, joyful party for our beloved Maroon Bells.
The Maroon Bells Birthday Bash will be a good-old-fashioned, family-friendly party – complete with cake and candles! And given the Bells’ fame, it promises to be something of a reunion for fans from around the state and beyond.
The outdoor festival will run from 3 to 9 p.m. (see schedule) and will feature live music by four bands, an address by author/activist Rick Bass, a Ute Nation ceremony, kids’ activities and wilderness displays.
Advance tickets are just $10 for adults, with kids 12 and under free (and that includes cake!). Parking is also free. The Highlands Alehouse will offer special food and drink deals.
The Bash is a presentation of the Wilderness Workshop, Aspen Center for Environmental Studies and the US Forest Service. A half-dozen other organizations will also offer a range of free pre-Bash activities including wilderness hikes, projects and educational programs.
In addition to celebrating our regional landscape, this daylong event will raise awareness about the benefits of our wilderness areas as well as stewardship challenges faced in the future.
A 50k ultra trail running race that will cover all four area mountains. The race will begin at the base of Aspen Mountain, peak at the Sundeck and follow single-/double-track trails through Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass before finishing in Snowmass Base Village.
The race will begin at the base of Aspen Mountain, climb to the Sundeck, and then follow single- and double-track trails over Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass before finishing at Snowmass base village.
This will be a very challenging race with almost 10,000′ of climbing over 31 miles (50K).
NEW for 2014: We are offering a short course (Rec) which will include the Buttermilk and Snowmass portions of the course. This course is 14 miles (22K).
The race offers options for all runners with solo full and rec course as well as relay for teams of two and four.
The race will award a $2,500 prize purse. The top three men (1st – $750, 2nd – $350, 3rd – $150) and women (1st – $750, 2nd – $350, 3rd – $150) finishers will be paid out of the purse.
All registered racers will receive a Helly Hansen Pace 1/2 Zip Short Sleeve and finishers will receive a custom gift with the race logo.
An awards ceremony will be held in Snowmass base village where finishers will be awarded custom medals.
Experience the beauty and magic of live, professional-level community theatre in Aspen, Colorado. Each year, artists and volunteers from Aspen, Basalt, Carbondale, Glenwood Springs and beyond join together share with you our love of live performance. ACT, a non-profit Aspen arts organization, has been producing theater locally since 1977.
This fall, Warren Miller releases its 65th ski film,No Turning Back. The newest installment pays homage to the 65 years of mountain culture and adventure filmmaking that has lead us to every end of the winter world—and this year is no different. From beneath the blankets of powder in Niseko, Japan to the top of Greece’s Mount Olympus, the French Alps, and the Mom & Pop hills of Montana, each location is sure to provide nothing but stoke. Watch Olympian Ted Ligety shred the World Cup in Colorado, Ingrid Backstrom and Jess McMillan push the boundaries of the Alaskan Chugach, and JT Holmes and Ulie Kestenholz take flight high above the Swiss Alps. Revel in the celebration for this year’s winter season and remember, this time there’s No Turning Back. Find shows, get tickets and more at warrenmiller.com.
The world’s fastest women skiers will once again take Aspen Mountain by storm over Thanksgiving weekend. Spectators near and far are invited to the base of Lift 1A on Aspen Mountain to enjoy prime viewing of the finish line from the grandstands. Live television coverage by NBC and Versus will capture the excitement that embodies World Cup racing. Plum TV will also be broadcasting all the races live!! The weekend includes the first Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series of the season. Both events are FREE and open to the public!
In this exciting event, contestants race from the base of Aspen Mountain all the way to the top! Racers climb 3,267 vertical feet – over 2.5 miles at night. All participants receive a racer bag valued at over $100 and top racers and fundraisers will receive great prizes! The post-race party at the summit will include dinner by The Little Nell, live music, and awards for top fundraisers and racers presented by liver recipient and Bronze Medalist, Chris Klug.
Ride for Life: Skip the uphill hike and ride the Silver Queen Gondola straight to the summit! Enjoy dinner prepared by The Little Nell, live music, awards, and most importantly, cheer on the racers while standing next to the bonfire, as they come across the finish line!
Snowed In: For those of you who want to support the event but don’t want to leave the warmth of your lodge or home, you can opt to be Snowed In and still show your support by sponsoring a participant or making a general donation.
Embrace the holiday spirit and enjoy the magic of Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s The Nutcracker. Children of all ages will marvel at this whimsical interpretation of a seasonal classic. With ballet, flamenco, Chinese silk dancing and even an aerialist, allow the cast of 60 dancers, actors and circus artists to create lifelong memories for you and your loved ones.