The beautiful spring weather continues, the birds are singing throughout the streets and this May in Aspen is full of music-making - and listening - opportunities. Monday nights bring Open Mic Night at the Red Onion, starting around 9p, an event that's quickly become a local favorite and a hub for discovering new talent here at home.
Around the corner at Victoria's Espresso Bar, The Cajon Brothers play every Tuesday and Thursday, from 4-7p, to complement the special du jour, Curry by Candlelight, from 5-close.
5 Point Film Festival brings the spirit of adventure, commitment to community and environmental stewardship to the big screen. April 26-29, the 5 Point Film Festival returns to nearby Carbondale, featuring four days of talks, films, events and inspiration.
Proceeds from the 5Point Film Festival, a 501(c)3 non-profit, benefit 1% for the Planet and other non-profits throughout the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond -so know that your enjoyment of the weekend goes directly toward promoting the next adventure!
For tickets and program info: www.5pointfilm.org.
One of the valley's most interactive art programs comes to the Aspen Art Museum on Friday, April 27 at 4:00 p.m.
AAM presents the Young Curators of the Roaring Fork and an opening reception to meet the artists. The program features young artists from around the valley displaying and discussing works, as AAM connects to the community and welcomes local input and talent.
For more info, visit: www.aspenartmuseum.org.