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Friday, March 3

First Friday on the 100 Block
5 p.m., Marble Distilling Co., Carbondale
Before or after you wander through the galleries in Carbondale's Creative District, stop by the Marble Bar for a special cocktail menu and local, live music from The Milemarker’s. Free, marbledistilling.com

Ullr Nights
5 p.m., Snowmass Mountain
Bundle up and ride the Snowmass gondola to some family-friendly snow play, including lift-served tubing ($34 per hour; reserve in advance), free ice skating, free snowshoe tours, snowbiking ($69 guided rides for ages 12 and up, free minibikes for younger kids), and climbing on a massive snow sculpture. Elk Camp restaurant serves dinner with live music, followed by s’mores and hot cocoa by the bonfire. $10 (gondola ride), gosnowmass.com

JAS Café
7 & 9:15 p.m., Cooking School of Aspen
Jazz Aspen Snowmass presents this winter-long series of intimate shows by leading genre musicians, with this weekend’s performance from Haile Loren. $35, jazzaspensnowmass.org

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Elephant Revival's Charlie Rose, Bonnie Paine, Daniel Rodriguez, Dango Rose, and Bridget Law.

Saturday, March 4

Aspen Art Museum Après Ski
3-5 p.m., S/O Café
Head from the slopes to Level 3 for a more creative après with spectacular mountain views, art making, live music, free snacks, and discounts at the café. Rotating lineups of local talent and an art station with Create Your Own Lift Ticket ensure fun for all ages for the first three Saturdays in March. Free, aspensartmuseum.org 

Spring Board White Out Black Night
6 p.m., Limelight Hotel
Don your best black-and-white cocktail attire and dance the night away in support of this local nonprofit for young professionals, which since 1997 has been committed to empowering a new generation to be leaders, philanthropists, and volunteers. $25, springboardaspen.org

Elephant Revival 
7:30 p.m., Wheeler Opera House
The famed folk and roots music of the Nederland, Colo.-based quintet returns to the Wheeler Opera House stage in partnership with Belly Up Aspen with opening bands Bonfire Dub and Dead Horses. $30 (advance), $35 (day of show), aspenshowtix.com

JAS Café
7 & 9:15 p.m., Cooking School of Aspen
Jazz Aspen Snowmass presents this winter-long series of intimate shows by leading genre musicians, with this weekend’s performance from Haile Loren. $35, jazzaspensnowmass.org

The Tempest
7:30 p.m., Lon Winston Theatre
Thunder River Theatre Company (TRTC) brings William Shakespeare’s final play to the Carbondale stage with a talented cast of local actors on weekends through March 11. $15-$30,  thunderrivertheatre.com

Dead Floyd
10 p.m., Belly Up Aspen 
Just as the name suggests, it's a Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd mash-up of a cover band, which delivers an unpredictable show. No cover (until 10 p.m.), $5 (after), bellyupaspen.com 

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Silverboom Nordic Ski Race and BBQ marks it's 45th year on Sunday. 

Sunday, March 5

Silverboom Nordic Ski Race and BBQ
10 a.m., Snowmass Cross Country Center
Pick your mode—classic or skate—for the 45th running of this event that includes 5K, 10K, and 20K distances. A 1.5K Kiddieboom gets young Nords involved. $15 (adults), $7 (kids), utemountaineer.com

Wilderness Workshop Ski Day Social
11 a.m.-3 p.m., , Aspen Mountain
Kick off Wilderness Workshop's 50th Anniversary year ahead with a spring ski soiree and membership drive at Buckhorn Cabin. Free (with ski pass), discounted lift tickets available for members, RSVP required, wildernessworkshop.org

The Tempest
7:30 p.m., Lon Winston Theatre
Thunder River Theatre Company (TRTC) brings William Shakespeare’s final play to the Carbondale stage with a talented cast of local actors on weekends through March 11. $15-$30,  thunderrivertheatre.com

Americana Music Series presented by KDNK: Suzzanne Paris, Michael Jude, and John Michel
9 p.m., Justice Snow's 
The beloved Americana Music Series is back for another full month run in March (Wednesday and Sunday nights with select Sunday brunch performances) programmed by Justice Snow’s Music Curator Brad Manosevitz, who describes the woman-focused lineup as, “a chance to showcase talented female singers and songwriters and a celebration of music that is distinctly American.” Free, justicesnows.com

Grant Farm
10 p.m., Belly Up Aspen
Keep the night of Americana music going with Boulder's four-piece band led by National Flatpicking Guitar Champion Tyler Grant. No cover, bellyupaspen.com 

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