Tweet All About It: Snowbound for the holidays

“It wouldn’t Aspen if it wasn’t for the 10th Mountain Division who trained here and came back from World War II and built this town. #aspen” — @AuthorMWTrott

“#Aspen or #Denver #Colorado for a #girlstrip?” — @DerbeckerP

“There’s snow place like #Aspen for the holidays. Wishing everyone a very merry Christmas filled with joy and love!” — @garyfeldman

“You know you rich when you choose to go to the snow for Christmas #Aspen. I’m from Michigan y’all can have this s—” — @skitterdoo

“People from #Delhi may remember Kanche wali bottle. Just stumbled on a #Japanese version of it in #Aspen.” — @Sandeep_S_Kohli

“Definitely in my happy place. Have a safe and wonderful holiday, everyone!! #Aspen #Snowmass #powderday #happyholidays @ Aspen Colorado” — @TohoruMasamune

“The Melted Gondola at the top of Aspen Mountain helps us visualize the impacts of global warming — and encourages us to act. #aspen #skiseason #winter #melting #climatecrisis #climateaction” — @ClimateFast

“@MariahCarey is #aspen bound for Christmas. I wonder if she will immediately go to a warm place per usual tradition prior to #covid” — @MariahsOGLambs


Professional dancers return to Aspen to perform in ‘The Nutcracker’

Roaring Fork Valley natives Emily Ridings and Nikki Ferry have come full circle when it comes to dance. Both studied dance with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet (ASFB) as kids, continued their training with other prominent schools, and now return this weekend, as ASFB presents “The Nutcracker” at Aspen District Theater.

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