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ASPEN PUBLIC RADIO BRINGS KEN RUDIN’s POLITICAL JUNKIE TO ASPEN

Aspen Public Radio, the Roaring Fork Valley’s premier public media organization, will present a public conversation with Ken Rudin of Ken Rudin’s Political Junkie at Paepcke Auditorium in Aspen, with Steve House, Chairman of the Colorado Republican Committee, and Rick Palacio, Chairman of the Colorado Democratic Party on Monday, August 22. The 2016 elections stand to be an important marker in American politics from the race for the White House to statewide elections. The discussion will cover these topics and more, delivered with Rudin’s signature intelligence and humor.

This ticketed event is open to the public ($15 Aspen Public Radio members / $25 non-members) and tickets may be purchased in advance at http://www.AspenPublicRadio.org or (970) 920-9000. Doors open at 5:45pm and the event will begin at 6pm. A private reception will immediately follow the conversation at 7pm ($65 Aspen Public Radio members / $75 non-members) in the Koch Courtyard and Lobby.

APR has embarked on a strategic plan to better meet the needs of its audience in the 21st century and this special event represents another meaningful step towards this goal. More information about this event can be found at http://www.AspenPublicRadio.org.

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JOIN RFOV AT THE LOST MAN TRAIL PROJECT

Friday, August 26th – Sunday, August 28th

Spend a weekend backcountry camping with like-minded people in a spectacularly beautiful location and help repair and restore damaged sections of the trail 4.5 – 6 miles in from the trail head. Food and filtered water will be provided by RFOV. This project is a great way for beginners and experienced backpackers alike to experience the beautiful Lost Man Trail.

For more information and to sign up for this project, please visit RFOV.org! RSVPs are appreciated.


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