Sights from Halloween 2017 in Aspen |

Sights from Halloween 2017 in Aspen

‘Twas a cold, dark All Hallows’ Eve in the good city of Aspen filled with ghosts, goblins, skeletons and witches. But the residents of the town weren’t frightened in the least as it seems there were superheroes to protect them everywhere they looked, and more than a few cute-as-could-be puppies warmed even the coldest of ghoulish hearts.

The Elks Lodge sponsored “Boo Bash” at the Aspen Fire Department hosted crowds of trick-or-treaters and their sometimes dressed-up parents, and the Aspen Mountain Tots daycare paraded costumed kids throughout the town.

There were also several well-attended dress up events for adults, including Halloween parties at the Caribou Club and Hooch, and a Spazmatics show at Belly Up that included a costume contest.

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