For a film lover, Aspen Filmfest is one of the fall's biggest highlights. Filmfest begins today with a slate of four movies, including "Reaching for the Moon" and "Muscle Shoals" - a documentary about the iconic Alabama recording studio where dozens of hits have been recorded. Because of construction at the Wheeler Opera House, the movies will be screened at the Isis Theater. For detailed movie listings, visit www.aspenfilm.org.
Saturday, September 21 the valley-wide fundraiser, Rally the Valley, will take place in Sayre Park in downtown Glenwood Springs. Rally the Valley raises money to support patients at the Calaway Young Cancer Center at Valley View Hospital. You can Rally by participating in a 24.5-mile bike ride or a four-mile walk through Glenwood Springs. Festivities begin with registration at 8:30am and include a lunch and party in Sayre Park. For details, visit www.vvhfoundation.org.
Aspen Ruggerfest, the world's only all-age, full-contact rugby tournament concludes in Wagner Park on Sunday. Championship matches begin at 10am, with the Open Division Championship Match at 4pm. A closing party will take place afterwards. Come cheer on these burly athletes at this beloved annual event. For details, visit aspenrugby.com.