The Lead with Love Leadership Summit takes place this weekend at Aspen Meadows. 

Friday, October 26

Lead with Love Leadership Summit
7 a.m.–6:30 p.m., Aspen Meadows
Check the schedule for inspired discussions and presentations centered around the concepts of social impact and business for good, along with yoga, meditation, and nourishing food and refreshments. $200-$1,000, ileadwithlovesummit.org

Redstone Castle Tours
10:30 a.m., Redstone
Built in 1902 by robber baron, industrialist, and coal magnate John Cleveland Osgood, the castle still contains his cigar smoke, and other apparitions, some say. Find out for yourself on these 90-minute guided tours of the 42-room estate, which was used as a hunting retreat. $25 adults/$20 seniors/$10 youth, theredstonecastle.com   

Active Art
1:30 p.m., Aspen Art Museum
Museum educators host art making for seniors in the Roof Deck Sculpture Garden, with complimentary refreshments. Free, aspenartmuseum.org

Halloween Book Club
5:30 p.m., meet at Ute Cemetery
After convening at the cemetery, return to the library for an appropriately creepy potluck, book discussion, and costume contest. The book being discussed is Jar of Hearts, by Jennifer Hillier. Free; RSVP and reserve your copy of the book by emailing elizabeth.mullen@pitkincounty.com  

Aspen Darkside Ghost Tour
8 p.m., historic downtown Aspen
The scent of pumpkin spice wafts through the air, and the leaves are in their last phase of changing colors, so get in the spooky spirit on a 60-minute walking tour that shares true stories of ghosts, murder, and mayhem dating back to 1879. Reservations required. $35 adults/$25 for children, aspenwalkingtours.com   

Rock 'n' Roast: Halloween Bash with the Posers
8 p.m., The Temporary, Basalt
Support Growing Years School, Mt. Sopris Montessori, and the Children’s Rocky Mountain School at this fundraiser that includes a wine toss, a drawing for $1,000, a cash bar, desserts, and coffee. Costumes are encouraged, of course. $30, tacaw.org

Saturday, October 27

Lead with Love Leadership Summit
7 a.m.–5:30 p.m., Aspen Meadows
Check the schedule for inspired discussions and presentations centered around the concepts of social impact and business for good, along with yoga, meditation, and nourishing food and refreshments. $200-$1,000, ileadwithlovesummit.org

Aspen Parkrun 
8 a.m., Aspen Recreation Center
Every Saturday, the Aspen Recreation department hosts weekly 5K timed runs. The course follows the High School Trail through the school district to the Marolt Open Space, continues over the Castle Creek foot bridge, and then returns. Parkrun is an international movement that encourages communities to sponsor free runs open to all. Free, parkrun.us/aspen  

Redstone Castle Tours
10:30 a.m., Redstone
Built in 1902 by robber baron, industrialist, and coal magnate John Cleveland Osgood, the castle still contains his cigar smoke, and other apparitions, some say. Find out for yourself on these 90-minute guided tours of the 42-room estate, which was used as a hunting retreat. $25 adults/$20 seniors/$10 youth, theredstonecastle.com

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

Play-Ground Theatre's Halloween Show
3 p.m., The Temporary, Basalt
This interactive show for kids and families features live music, sketch-comedy skits, and puppets, all organized around the theme of having a blast while staying safe on All Hallow's Eve. Basalt Police Officers will be on hand to give away reflectors, glow sticks, and other goodies after the show. Costumes are strongly encouraged. $7 in advance/$9 day of show, tacaw.org

Thrill the World: Zombie Dance Event
4 p.m., Carbondale Branch Library
Join thousands of others around the world for this annual global celebration of Halloween and Michael Jackson. Presented in partnership with Coredination and Bonedale Ballet, local zombies, who have been rehearsing until the wee hours, will perform a choreographed group dance to Jackson's iconic song Thriller. Free, gcpld.org 

Dean Weiler will delight and enlighten you with his stories of Aspen's early residents. 

Cemetery Tour: Walk with the Dead
5:30 p.m., Ute Cemetery
During this guided walk through Aspen's first burial ground, you'll hear tales about the pioneers of Ute City, including the lonely buffalo soldier and a toast to the Scotsman. $35 adults/$25 children, aspenwalkingtours.com     

Call of the Wild: Illustrated Edition
5:30 p.m., Wheeler Opera House
Become immersed in Jack London's legendary tale of Buck, the canine who was kidnapped from his California home and sent to Alaska to work as a sled dog during the Klondike Gold Rush. The show uses a 180-degree projection screen that surrounds the performer and features classic illustrations from the book, historic photographs, and drawings and animations. Free, wheeleroperahouse.com

Second Annual Dance Your A** Off Halloween Bash
8 p.m., The Temporary, Basalt
DJ Kai will get the dance floor jumping, and the costume contest is no joke. $14 in advance/$19 day of party, tacaw.org

Get your Gypsy Kings fix with House of Gipsies Saturday night at the Belly Up. 

House of Gipsies
8:30 p.m., Belly Up Aspen
Featuring members of the original Gypsy Kings, House of the Gipsies will deliver an energetic evening of music in conjunction with the Lead with Love Leadership Summit. $40 GA, bellyupaspen.com

Sunday, October 28

Lead with Love Leadership Summit
7 a.m.–6:30 p.m., Aspen Meadows
Check the schedule for inspired discussions and presentations centered around the concepts of social impact and business for good, along with yoga, meditation, and nourishing food and refreshments. $200-$1,000, ileadwithlovesummit.org  

Crafternoons at the Art Base–Celebrate Día de los Muertos and Halloween
10:00 a.m.–12 p.m., the Art Base, Basalt
Visit the gallery and participate in art and craft making this Sunday in preparation for Día de los Muertos and Halloween. All ages welcome no registration needed. Please plan to stay with your child during Sunday Crafternoons. $5 per child recommended donation, theartbase.org

Goodbye Tram Party!
12 p.m.,Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, Glenwood Springs
After 15 years of carrying 2.2 million visitors, it's time for a new tram up Iron Mountain. Enjoy the Octoberfest on the Mountain celebration, cake, prizes, free refreshments, $1 hot dogs, and throw-back tram ride pricing to 2003. $10, glenwoodcaverns.com

Sunday Night Football 
6:20 p.m., Belly Up Aspen
Watch the New Orleans Saints play the Minnesota Vikings with sliders, wings, beer, and more served right to your table. Talk about easy. No cover, bellyupaspen.com     

With no place to hide their props, you'll be left wondering, "How did they do that?"

The Naked Magicians
7:30 p.m., Wheeler Opera House
This R-rated magic show features two Aussie entertainers who prove that "good magicians don't need sleeves and great magicians don't need pants." 18+ only. Includes coarse language, sexual references, and male nudity. $25, wheeleroperahouse.com

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