Springtime in the Rockies means pop-up parties both on- and off-piste. A tradition for 13 years now, Bonnie’s Bash at the eponymous mountain restaurant is one of those fun get-togethers. Aspen local Sarah Manning has kept the spirit alive every spring, rounding up one and all for the Hawaiian-themed party with lots of leis and a couple of kegs.
This year’s celebration on April 5, will be remembered for bluebird weather, favorable snow conditions and a great group of friends in attendance. And for the 14th annual event, rumor has it the DJ will be back to fire up a dance party on the deck.
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