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AAM's Movies at the Museum is presented by the Etkin Family Digital Media and Moving Image Fund.

Friday, April 28

Movies at the Museum
7 p.m., Aspen Art Museum 
In 1993, curator Richard Flood interviewed artists for an issue of Frieze, asking them to name their favorite movies. This spring’s movies are Jack Pierson’s selections, which kicks off with Grey Gardens (1975)—the unconventional documentary about the everyday lives of two reclusive, formerly upper-class women: a mother and daughter both named Edith Beale. Free, aspenartmuseum.org

Local Electronic Showcase
9:30 p.m., Belly Up Aspen 
Featuring homebred beats by DJ Code4, Andrew Wickes, Sublog, and DJ Lo_G. No cover, bellyupaspen.com

Trivia Night
8 p.m., Rickhouse Social 
Host Mike Gordon will test your smarts for a night of laughs and discounts on drinks and small bites. Free, rickhousesocial.com

Rosewood Divine
8 p.m., Marble Distilling Company
Ali Paine Welch and Shaefer Welch (MDC's own Spirit Ambassador & Head Bartender) recently relocated from Nashville to the Roaring Fork Valley where they've finessed their harmony driven, gritty acoustic country sound. No cover, marbledistilling.com

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WhiteWater Ramble last rocked the Belly Up stage in November. 

Saturday, April 29

Guided Tour
1 p.m., Aspen Art Museum 
Drop-in for a spotlight tour of the latest exhibitions led by museum staff. Free, aspenartmuseum 

Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse
4 p.m., Thunder River Theatre Company, Carbondale 
TRTC's production in its new "Theatre for Young Audiences" series is based on the popular children’s book series by Kevin Henkes and helmed by award-winning Glenwood Springs director, Wendy Moore. From $15, thunderrivertheatre.com 

Celebrating In-Tune Students
5:309 p.m., L'Hostaria 
Join Jazz Aspen Snowmass for a three-course prix fixe menu and live music by JAS In-Schools students in celebration and support of its education programming. $60/person, jazzaspensnowmass.org 

Comedy Night
7 p.m., Marble Distilling Company, Carbondale
This month's headliner is 27-year comedy veteran, Deacon Gray, who's opened for the likes of Dave Chappelle, Drew Carey, and Chris Rock. Being raised by a preacher, the Denver-based Deacon has a fun and unique take on being the only comic in his family. He'll play a free, encore performance in Aspen at Mi Chola at 10 p.m. $5, marbledistilling.com

WhiteWater Ramble
10 p.m., Belly Up Aspen
It's always an all-out dance party when this Colorado-bred bluegrass quintet comes to town. $5, bellyupaspen.com

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Science Sundays at Jimmy's runs through May 7th. 

Sunday, April 30

Science Sundays
12–4 p.m., Jimmy’s
Join the Aspen Science Center as they transform Jimmy's restaurant into a scientific exploration zone with hands-on demonstrations of a variety of topics for kids of all ages. Light salads, sandwhiches, and refreshments will be provided. $10 suggested donation, aspensciencecenter.org

Lilly’s Purple Plastic Purse
4 p.m., Thunder River Theatre Company, Carbondale 
The company's new production, based on the popular children’s book series by Kevin Henkes and adapted by Kevin Kling, is helmed by award-winning Glenwood Springs director, Wendy Moore. From $15, thunderrivertheatre.com 

Spotlight on Student Poets
6:30 p.m., Victoria’s
In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Aspen Poets' Society presents an open mic night for students in the Roaring Fork Valley to perform all forms of the spoken word in a supportive and encouraging atmosphere. Free, aspenpoetsociety.com

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