March 13th - Aspen Sneak A Peak Benefitting the Aspen Hope Center - Aspen Real Life
Aspen Sneak A Peak Benefitting the Aspen Hope Center

March 13th – Aspen Sneak A Peak Benefitting the Aspen Hope Center

For the past 17 years, Aspen Sneak A Peak has been a Party With A Purpose .

This special themed and costume night is filled with dancing and entertainment while raising funds for multiple charities that have made a difference in the community.

We are proud to announce that Aspen Sneak A Peak is the benefactor of the Aspen Hope Center whose mission is to extend a beacon of hope to those in emotional crisis and offer a continuum of comprehensive care while steadfastly working to decrease the stigma of mental illness through expert clinical care, public education, community collaboration and outreach.

100% of the proceeds will go directly to the Aspen Hope Center that will fund crucial, life changing elements of mental health care needed in Aspen Valley.

In tribute to the 30th anniversary of the first Sneaker Ball, this year’s theme is Superheroes! Assemble your supper powers and get ready for our first annual costume contest!

It will be a night with live music, silent auctions, raffles and fun while making an impact on people’s lives.

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