Aspen Center for Environmental Studies
|Evening Presentations|| |
|Potbelly Perspectives |
$5, Free for members
Feb. 16:"Off the Grid" A
Fly Fishing Film a Year in the Making - RABeattie
Feb. 23: Kazakhstan- Adventure Half a World Away - Charles Hopton
Thursdays, 7:30pm. Free
Feb. 3: Roadless: One Man's Searchfor America's Least Known Public Lands - Nelson Guda
Feb. 17: "Gasland"
Acclaimed Documentary About the Impacts of Natural Gas Drilling
Feb. 24: 300,500 Green Jobs:
Why Europe Isn't Afraid of Climate Policy and We Shouldn't Be Either - Piper Foster
Spinning Wool Series
Rock Bottom Ranch
February 8, 15 & 22
3:30pm - 5pm
$20, $15 members per class
Experience the traditional art of spinning wool to create your own yarn in this 3 class series.
learn how to wash and card your fiber and then how to spin it. You
will be able to spin on both a spinning wheel and with a drop-spindle to
create yarn that you will be able to knit into your own creations. We
will provide all of the materials and have enough wool for you to take
home along with your own drop-spindle to continue perfecting your own
yarn spinning. This timeless skill will provide you with hours of
entertainment and a beautiful product to show for all of your hard
|Full Moon Wildlife Walks|| |
|Rock Bottom Ranch|
5pm - 6:15pm
Free, ages 12 and up welcome
the Rock Bottom Ranch staff on an evening wildlife walk! Get a chance
to see beavers swimming in the pond, elk grazing in the meadows and hear
the hoot of a great horned owl, all under a full moon. Tea and hot
chocolate will warm you up following the walk.
|Yoga at Hallam Lake|| |
Tuesdays & Thursdays
5pm - 6pm, $5 minimum donation
Yoga classes at Hallam Lake for members on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Hallam Lake from 5pm - 6pm starting February 8th.
minimum $5 donation for the class will support ACES' amazing programs.
Bring your own mat and reusable water bottle. This will be a
beginner-based class, no fancy spandex required!
Spread the word!
Non ACES members are welcome to attend one class to see what it is all
about, and then become an ACES member to attend additional classes.
Click here for more details.
|ACES Summer Programs|| |
Like busy bees we are getting ready for the summer! All ACES classes will be online and ready for registration in March. We will send out an e-mail alert when listings and registration is open.
|ACES Summer Naturalist|| |
|Now Accepting 2011 Applications|
|2010 Summer Naturalist Training|
is now accepting applications for the 2011 Summer Naturalist Position.
ACES hires fourteen naturalists to lead guided walks, teach
environmental education and manage the Hallam Lake Visitor Center and
Preserve each summer.Click here for more information and an application.
|ACES on Wheels|
In the spring, ACES is looking to upgrade its fleet
of vehicles used to transport our naturalist educators to their program
sites. ACES would be very grateful for donated vehicles that are: fuel
efficient, all wheel drive (Subaru or similar), automatic transmission,
2002 or newer with 100,000 or fewer miles. Please contact Jim Kravitz if you have a vehicle you would like to donate to ACES. An in-kind contribution acknowledgement receipt will be provided. Thank you!
Aspen Center for Environmental Studies | 100 Puppy Smith Street | Aspen | CO | 81611