Week in the Life: Halloween, Aspen-style | AspenTimes.com

Week in the Life: Halloween, Aspen-style

Photos by Anna Stonehouse
Kya Bennett gets a pink pumpkin painted on her face at the Snowmass Pumpkin Patch at the Little Red Schoolhouse on Saturday, Oct. 8.
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For some, Christmas is the most anticipated holiday. For others, the party takes place on the Fourth of July. But for Aspenites of all ages, Halloween is the day and night to beat all others. Maybe it’s because it’s offseason — a time for just locals to let loose a bit before the winter season and the madness begins. Regardless, Halloween is picture perfect as this installment of a Week in the Life.

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