Let’s face it. Unless we are all outside on the town, in our own pods getting weird and spooky with masks on, our Aspen Halloween will not be as we know it from the past. But mark my words, nothing will keep our hearty mountain folk from going out in our alter egos, so stay on the alert for the zombies and walking dead who will be lurking in the darkest corners, and if you see them … run ….
From pumpkin patches and spooky decorations to axe throwing at the bar, treat yourself to these top Halloween events happening around the community.
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Halloween in Aspen
Aspens Halloween Spooky 5K virtual run
Calling all pumpkins, witches, and wizards! It’s time to put on your running shoes and get spooky for Aspens’ first ever Aspens Halloween Spooky 5K virtual run to raise much needed funds for Aspens Charities. Run or walk 5K in your fancy dress costumes over the weekend of 31st Oct & 1st Nov, in your garden, in the park or anywhere there’s space!
The Covid-19 pandemic has had an enormous financial impact on Aspens Charities and it is urgently needed to raise funds to continue providing vital support to some of the most vulnerable people in our society. It’s easy to take part – simply register at the link by clicking here.
-Registration fee: adults: £10, children 5-15: £5; under 5s free
-Set up your own fundraising page and ask all your friends to sponsor you
-All participants get a Halloween Spooky 5K Certificate and Aspens keyring!
Get Your Pumpkin From Engel & Völkers and Save Our Trees
This year for Halloween, Engel & Völkers is giving back to the community
Starting Friday, October 16th, until Friday, October 30th, they will have pumpkins available for $5 each; each dollar spent on pumpkins, will plant one tree in the White River National Forest in efforts to restore the damage done by the Grizzly Creek Fire. #COMMUNITYSTRONG
You will be able to purchase a pumpkin at the Engel & Völkers Aspen, Basalt, or Carbondale shops using cash or venmo; there will be a QR code for easy access outside each building, and instructions for dropping cash.
If you have any questions or need help, please give one of offices a call:
Now, LET’S PLANT SOME TREES!!
Halloween in Basalt
Friday, October 30th – Drive In Halloween Movie: “Ghostbusters (1984)”
Basalt Regional Library welcomes you to an outdoor Halloween Drive-In movie experience. The movie will begin after sunset. Please note: Participants must adhere to social distancing. With social distancing in mind, and based on public health recommendations, there will not be any outdoor seating available. Participants will need to stay in their vehicles. RSVP
Halloween in Carbondale
Friday, October 30th – Boogyman down at Landmark Cafè with Aspen Real Life and Dirtbag Debutant
Slither over to Landmark Cafè to partake in their Friday Mercantile Market on October 30th. Co-Hosted by Dirtbag Debutant, Landmark Cafè and yours truly, Aspen Real Life, this is going to be a community bash not to be missed. Bring your little goblins by the farm stand outside. Shop the Mercantile Market where you’ll find incredible gifts all made locally. Boogyman down to live music. Wear your costumes. Wear your masks. Get your drink on.
POSTPONED – Train for the Zombie Apocalypse with Wood & Steel Axe
Train for the Zombie Apocalypse with Wood & Steel Axe Company at Carbondale Beer Works. Learn how to throw an axe and get ready for the zombie apocalypse. Coaches will be on hand to teach you to throw. There will be a $12.00 fee for food and/or beverage purchase and gets you 3 throws. $100.00 gift card for the best zombie costume – Add to your calendar and check out their Facebook event page!
Halloween in Glenwood Springs
Sunday, October 24th – Haunted Car Wash
Join Grease Monkey on the evening of October 24th for a Haunted Car Wash! In partnership with St. Stephen School for an awesome event you won’t want to miss! Stop by between, 6:00 – 9:00 pm at 3106 S. Glen Ave. Glenwood Springs, CO. For updates, follow them on Facebook here!
Saturday, October 31st – Glenwood Springs Halloween Spooktacular
Join Glenwood Springs Community Center for a Halloween Spooktacular! Enjoy a candy, pumpkin scavenger hunt, showings of Charlie Brown Great Pumpkin, warm treats and more! After your walking tour, explore Downtown Glenwood businesses for their hidden pumpkins for a chance to win prizes! For more information, check out their Facebook Event Page.
- Glenwood Toys and Gifts
- Dancing Bear Trading Post
- Cooper Wine & Spirits
- Pinwills Frozen Yogurt
- Casey Brewing Company
- Sunlight Ski and Bike Company
- Art on 8th
- Toad & Co.
- Rivera Supper Club
- Fourth Dimension
- Springs Bar and Grille
- Doc Holidays Bar and Grille
- Rocky Mountain Pizza
Candy will be individually bagged and all social distance policies will be adhered to.