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  • Aspen Nightlife – Aspen Recreation Center   THANK FOR YOU TIME IF YOU LIKE IS MY CONTENT PLS COME TO MY WEBSITE FOR READ GOODCONTENT ABOUT IS BACCARAT ONLINE ทีเด็ดบอลชุด While the Aspen Recreation Center closes just before 9pm, there is quite a bit of enjoyment to be had here after a day on the slopes. If you get there right after leaving the slopes, and eat a late dinner – after the center closes – you will have plenty of time to enjoy what the ARC has to offer.   The climbing walls at the center are the biggest attraction. The ARC features approximately 3100 feet of climbing walls for your enjoyment. There is also a 3-D climbing tower with more than 25 routes and four auto belays.   Another nice feature at the Aspen Recreation Center is the pool area. The James E. Moore Pool area features two pools. One pool is 25 yards in length and features six lanes, while the other pool is for recreation and has a two story slide, a lazy river, and spray features. You will also find a dry sauna, a steam room, and hot tubs in the pool area.   The Lewis Ice Arena is also located at the Aspen Recreation Center. Completed in the Spring of 2003, the arena features an NHL regulation size skating surface, grandstand seating for 450, a skate shop, locker rooms, and shower rooms. Public skating, skating lessons, figure skating, youth and adult hockey, and skating shows are available. You can also host private parties at the arena. High altitude training is also offered here.   You will also find cardio and weight rooms at the center, and many fitness classes are also offered. The Aspen Recreation Center hosts many off-site activities in the Aspen area...
  • Aspen Nightlife – Winterskol   THANK FOR YOU TIME IF YOU LIKE IS MY CONTENT PLS COME TO MY WEBSITE FOR READ GOODCONTENT ABOUT IS BACCARAT ONLINE ทีเด็ดบอลชุด Since Aspen is a wintertime playground for so many people, it is only fitting that everyone in Aspen during the month of January participates in Winterskol. This is literally a celebration of winter, cold, and snow – which is a great deal of what makes Aspen, well, Aspen! Winterskol is the ultimate Aspen party.   Winterskol is held during the month of January each year, and it is the wildest winter celebration you will ever experience. The highlight of Winterskol is the Canine Fashion Show, where pets are dressed up in crazy clothing, such as miniature bridal gowns. Winterskol has been an Aspen tradition for more than fifty years – and it will continue for at least another fifty! The first Winterskol celebration was held in 1951.   During Winterskol, more than 40 events are scheduled in the downtown area, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk Mountain, and Snowmass Mountain. The entire area gets involved in the activities. Winterskol is a celebration of Aspen’s Nordic ancestry, as well as a celebration of winter. While most events are scheduled in advance, Winterskol also brings several surprises as well. You just never know what you will find at the Winterskol celebration – until you are there.   Favorite traditional activities include the Canine Fashion Show, Winter sculpt, the Buttermilk Uphill Race, and Snowmass Splash. Don’t miss the torchlight descent and the fireworks display over Aspen Mountain. Don’t miss the unique competitions happening all over town. There is constant live entertainment all around town as well. If you are planning a ski vacation, and you want to have the time of your life – your destination...
  • Aspen Nightlife – US Comedy Arts Festival   THANK FOR YOU TIME IF YOU LIKE IS MY CONTENT PLS COME TO MY WEBSITE FOR READ GOODCONTENT ABOUT IS BACCARAT ONLINE สล็อตออนไลน์ มือถือ If you can visit Aspen in March, make sure that you catch the US Comedy Arts Festival that is held in various venues throughout Aspen. This is one of the major events for comedians all over the country – and it is some of the best entertainment you will ever experience.   The US Comedy Arts Festival features every type of comedy you can imagine, including Stand-up comedy, film shorts, alternative comedy, and sketch comedy. Tribute is given to some of the greatest comedians from the past, such as Rodney Dangerfield, Monty Python, and George Carlin. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy many of today’s famous comedians, and hear some unknown or up and coming comedians as well.   Make sure that you don’t miss this festival – and make sure that you make your plans and reservations very early. The lodges and hotels will fill up fast for this festival, and according to locals, this is the hardest time of the year to find lodging in Aspen – which is a good indication of how good the entertainment is! Please follow and like us:
  •   The Wheeler Opera House has been an integral part of Aspen nightlife, history, and culture since 1889 when Mr. J.B Wheeler and the Conried Company presented The King’s Fool. While the building started out as an Opera House, it was only used for town meetings and such by 1893, when the silver mines had played out.   The Wheeler Opera House remained open until 1912 when it was gutted by not one, but two fires in one week! The Opera House did not open again until June of 1946 when it was leased by the Aspen Company. The total restoration went on until 1960. Between the years of 1912 and 1946 the Wheeler Opera House remained empty, and it was used as a playground by the local children.   During the 1960’s and 1970’s, The Wheeler Opera House was mainly used as a movie theater. However, in 1979, the city decided to restore the Opera House to its original grandeur, and this restoration was completed in 1984. The cost was 4.5 million dollars. Today, the Wheeler Opera House is on the National Registrar of Historical Places.   Many events, such as lectures, concerts, plays, films, and musicals are held at The Wheeler Opera House today. You can see Broadway shows, jazz concerts, country and rock concerts, and even children’s theater here. Any type of cultural event you can imagine is held here – and shows are scheduled throughout the year. Locals consider the Wheeler Opera House the ‘crown jewel of Aspen. ’ Nationwide, it is considered a world class theater – and with the detailed woodwork it is certainly a sight to behold!   The Opera House is still in its original location on Hyman Avenue, in the heart of downtown Aspen. You can call to find out what...