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Mountain Mayhem: Out and About

May Selby
Mountain Mayhem
Chefs Megan Rainnie and Matt Zubrod brave the rain at Cochon 555 Heritage Fire.
Meredith McKee signing the wall at Jimmy's. The popular restaurant and bar closes for good on September 18 so be sure to visit soon and often!
Maureen Poschman and Amy Tara Koch at dinner at Mad Dog Ranch in Old Snowmass.
Chefs Maneet Chauhan and Mawa McQueen meet at a reception to kick off Intersect Aspen.
Paula Houde and Derrek Hull with the Trotter Project, Chef Maneet Chauhan and Becca Hoffman with Intersect Aspen at a summer reception for the art fair.
Candy and Dan Sherman at a fun summer cocktail party.
Anders Gustafson, Craig Chalmers, Daragh Kneeshaw and Brendan Collins at the finishline for the Power of Four running race.
Todd Threlkeld and Al Fiandaca behind the bar at the Caribou one summer night.
Bryan and Sheridan Reeder of Dallas on a fun summer night at the 'Bou.
Newlyweds Hannah Haberkamp and Eric Motley at a reception celebrating them this summer.

This summer in the Rockies has been filled with celebrations from grand to small and outdoor activities from running and biking races to exhilarating adventures.

On July 1, newlyweds Eric Motley and Hannah Haberkamp of Washington D.C. were honored at an intimate Aspen reception hosted by friends Laurie Tisch, Anne McNulty and Diane Morris. Since 2007, Motley has worked for the Aspen Institute, serving most recently as an executive vice president and the corporate secretary and spending his summers in Aspen. He begins a new full-time role in Washington working at the National Gallery on August 30 as Deputy Director as he and Hannah enjoy the start to married life.

On July 30, Indian American chef Maneet Chauhan, well known for her role as a judge on Chopped on the Food Network, was the guest of a honor at a reception kicking off Intersect Aspen Art Fair. She was a guest chef at a private residence the following night cooking some of her favorite Indian appetizers and will be back this winter for a guest chef experience at The Nell, date to be announced.



Be sure to visit Jimmy’s, an American Restaurant and Bar, before it closes for good on September 18. The longtime Aspen establishment has theme nights and guest bartender shifts planned over the next few weeks leading up to the last day.


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