Aspen Square Daily News

Mad Hatter's Ball Returns to Winterskol

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The Aspen Historical Society is bringing back a fun Aspen tradition, the Mad Hatter's Ball, a staple of the winter season which began in the wacky 1950s. This year's version kicks off Winterskol on Thursday, January 10 at the Wheeler Opera House. The Ball is free, but revelers are urged to get creative and come up with the most outrageous head gear they can think of. Attendees will be vying for the coveted Best Hat Award and will receive two passes to the Aspen Laff Festival in February. For details, visit www.aspenhistory.com or call (970) 925-3721.


Sunny Skies Reveal 10 More Inches of Snow

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The heavens opened again last night and we woke to nearly a foot of fresh powder on Aspen Mountain and Aspen Highlands. It's a dream come true for skiers and boarders who were rushing out the door for fresh tracks this morning. What a great way to spend the week between Christmas and New Years!


12 Days of Aspen Continue

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Now that the end of the world won't be happening, the Aspen Chamber Resort Association's 12 Days of Christmas will feel even more special this year. Today's events include Skijor & Dog Sled Demos at Wagner Park, a visit from Santa's reindeer at the Wagner Park Clock Tour, cookies and cocoa with Santa at the Aspen Fire Station and Local Vocals Victorian Carolers this evening at the Hotel Jerome.


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