Crawfish and cruiser bikes |

Crawfish and cruiser bikes

11. Virginia and Jeff Edelson celebrating his birthday.

Jazz Aspen Snowmass and the JAS Advisory Board hosted a family-friendly garden party at the Aspen Historical Society on Thursday. Guests enjoyed cocktails, crawfish, fine wine and live music from local band Phonic Verve. WE-cycle hosted a pop-up station onsite where all could test drive their summer fleet of bikes on a complimentary trial basis. Event sponsors included The Scout Guide, Genshaft Kramer, WE-cycle, Smoke Modern Barbecue and more.

As a focus for the evening, JAS Executive Director Jim Horowitz introduced The Band, JAS’ new membership program created to encourage philanthropy and a social affiliation from young community members. For more information about becoming a member of The Band, contact Holly Upper at or 970-920-4996, ext. 15.

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