Aspen Cares fifth annual theatrical fashion show is Friday night |

Aspen Cares fifth annual theatrical fashion show is Friday night

The fifth annual Aspen Cares Theatrical Fashion Show, a 60-minute, high-energy performance benefiting the Aspen Hope Center, is tonight at Belly Up Aspen.

The choreographed show features several modeling walk sequences and characters playing roles of people struggling with sexual and mental-health issues, Aspen Cares co-founder Ramona Bruland said.

The primary beneficiary this year is the Aspen Hope Center, which is a local mental-health outreach program that provides mental-health care to those in need throughout the valley.

The proceeds also will go toward two sexual-health beneficiaries — WestCAP, a community-based care and prevention service center for HIV-positive individuals, and the HIV clinic at St. Mary’s Hospital located in Grand Junction.

The event begins at 8 p.m. General admission is $55 and tickets are available at the Belly Up box office. For more information, visit

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