Aspen Square Daily News
With Halloween just two weeks away, the ghosts and ghouls are gathering for their annual frolics. What better way to get in the mood than to participate in the 15th annual Historic Ghost Walk in Glenwood Springs. Linwood Cemetery and the Frontier Historical Society host nightly walking tours lit by lamplight, with costumed actors portraying famous Glenwood Springs figures, including Doc Holiday. There are four tours per night, beginning at 7pm. For details, call (970) 945-4448.
Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) is hosting its annual Harvest Party on Saturday, October 18 at Rock Bottom Ranch. From 12 noon to 5pm participants will enjoy "foot stomping live music," lunch, farm tours, pumpkin carving, pony rides and more. A silent auction will benefit ACES' science education programming for 42 regional schools. For details, visit www.aspennature.org.
We know fall is really here when the Aspen Saturday Market ends. Today is the last chance to stroll down Hunter, Hopkins and Hyman, smelling the roasting peppers, browsing the crafts booths and picking up fall fruits and veggies. The Market ends at 3pm today, so if you're in town don't miss this Aspen Saturday tradition!