In Brief: Parties on Friday; shuttle service expands to Aspen airport

Wilderness Workshop hosts Community Party Friday

The Wilderness Workshop’s annual Community Party returns on Friday at Sopris Park in Carbondale from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Wilderness Workshop spokespeople call this their kickoff to summer, celebrating their restoration and stewardship projects, hikes in landscapes they’re working to protect, bilingual events like Latino Conservation Week, and actions locals can take to protect the environment.

The event is free and open to the public. They encourage but don’t require registration online.


  • Live music by the Pink Hawks (SpotifyInstagram) & The Confluents (Instagram)
  • Food from Mama’s Pierogis, Slow Groovin BBQ, and Señor Mango
  • Members receive 1 free beer (until the kegs run dry!) or a non-alcoholic drink from the bar; drinks also available for purchase Rosybelle Mobile Maker Bus, bounce castle, face painting, yard games
  • Take action for public lands and learn about summer events
  • The chance to join or renew WW Membership

HeartQuarters hosts event at Here House

The HeartQuarters’ outer space-themed after-party at the Here House in Aspen is planned for Friday after the psychedelics symposium at the Wheeler Opera House.

The party is hosted by HeartQuarters, an organization dedicated to promoting education, wellness, and harm reduction in psychedelics.

The event will feature a silent auction, food, and a live set by DJ EVA. There will be a power narrative by the Pat Tillman scholar, Tim Spalla, discussing a new initiative connecting military therapists with veterans in need.

The event is open to all, with a minimum donation of $15 at the door. All proceeds will go towards supporting HeartQuarters’ charitable foundation’s programming initiatives.

Roaring Fork Express adds shuttle service at Aspen airport

Following the launch last winter of shuttles from the Roaring Fork Valley to the Denver and Eagle airports, Roaring Fork Express will add service at the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport, the company announced this week. 

“We are excited to add routes for Aspen Snowmass and the region, including the need for Aspen airport shuttle up and down the Roaring Fork Valley,” said company owner and CEO Landon Ogilvie. “Growing the scope and resources at Roaring Fork Express will benefit all sectors of the operation, including the local and destination airport shuttles, as well as events, weddings, hotel, corporate, and other services.” 

Aspen airport shuttles will operate on a per-vehicle basis (rather than shared, per-customer rides), and the service will reach from Aspen to Glenwood Springs and adjoining areas. Vehicles will include SUVs, Transits, and Mini-Coaches with capacity up to 27 passengers, and the ability to accommodate all skis, boards, and luggage.

As a bonus, Roaring Fork Express will now also offer shuttles to the Maroon Bells during the summer.

“Since our launch, we have received repeated requests for Aspen airport transportation, and we are glad to bring this added option to the valley,” Ogilvie said. “It will allow us to expand our other offerings as well with increased vehicles and staff, and we look forward to continuing to grow services for our partners, residents, and guests.”

ASE shuttles are available now, with booking available online at, or by calling 970-486-3002 or 800-822-4844. Rides will also be available for booking in-person at the Aspen airport starting Friday.