Potbelly Perspectives

The Potbelly Perspectives speaker series runs each winter from January through March, featuring Aspen locals and visitors who share their exciting accounts of world travel and adventure through images and stories.

This series takes place every Wednesday evening at 7pm at Hallam Lake, providing an opportunity for community-building and story-telling that engages Aspen locals and visitors alike. Tea donated by Two Leaves and A Bud and Paradise Bakery cookies are offered. Stay tuned for presentation descriptions and photo previews!

Potbelly Perspectives 2018 Lineup:

    • January 3rd | Jason Gregg, "In Defense of Wild Birds: Bringing an End to Bird Poaching in the Mediterranean"
    • January 10th | Sarah Uhl, "For the Love of Landscapes: Hunting for Magic in Scandinavia"
    • January 17th | Jordan Curet, "Exploring the Unknown Escalante River by Stand Up Paddleboard"
    • January 24th | Jerry Olp, "Canada to Mexico: A Journey on the Pacific Crest Trail During the Year of Fire & Ice"
    • January 31st | Pat Callahan, "Al Fin del Mundo: Biking to the Bottom of the World"
    • February 7th | Amy Behrhorst, "Water, Women, & Wheels: An Off-the-Beaten-Path Adventure in Africa"
    • February 14th | Catherine Cussaguet, "The Manaslu Balcony: Trekking a New Route in Nepal"
    • February 21st | Ellie Barber & Natalie Spears, "Turns Out Banjos & Mandolins Aren't Very Common in Rural Chile"
    • February 28th | Marian Krogh, "Seeking Balance & Finding Adventure through Skiing in Kyrgyzstan"
    • March 7th | Danny Brown, "Transcending Wild Tasmania"