Aspen Square Daily News
For lovers of adventure films and the outdoors, you can't find a more interesting film festival than this weekend's 5 Point Film Festival. Beginning tomorrow, April 24 and running until April 27, the film screenings will take place at various venues in Carbondale. Included in the festival is the documentary "Dam-Nation" about the changing attitudes towards large dam projects and their effects on river ecosystems and health. "Dam-Nation" will play at 2pm on Saturday April 26. For the full film schedule and ticket information, visit www.5pointfilm.org.
If you are visiting Aspen with young children, don't miss the Community Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 20 at the Yellow Brick Park, in Aspen's West End neighborhood. Beginning at noon, little ones can hunt for 5,000 colorful eggs in special age-appropriate zones throughout the park. BYO basket! For details, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
After the Highlands closing day festivities, grab some dinner to fortify yourself for tonight's show at Belly Up by the terrific MarchFourth Marching Band. Their show is a journey of musical styles from Louisiana swamps to gypsy music and every other genre you can imagine. You're guaranteed one of the liveliest shows of the year!. For details, visit www.bellyupaspen.com.