Mountain Mayhem: Hard Hat Happy Hour
Marking the start of Phase 1 of construction for its grand renovation, The Aspen Club & Spa hosted a party on Thursday, Oct. 1, for members of the club and the community.
The late-afternoon event took place on the pool deck and what was once the upper tennis court amidst the beautiful fall colors. As guests arrived they were greeted with bright yellow hard hats, souvenir cups and raffle tickets for an array of prizes announced by KSPN DJ David Bach. Conundrum Catering served delicious appetizers as guests also enjoyed drinks and cake.
The Aspen Club covered the gamut with activities for all ages, providing a bouncy house, sumo wrestling, cornhole boards, spray paint cans for the graffiti-style mural on the pool building wall and the ground, and a pie-eating contest won by Aspen Club personal trainer Dirk Schultz.
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