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The 5Point Film Festival is always full of surprises. 

Friday, April 20

 
5Point Film Festival
 
All day, Carbondale Recreation Center and other locations in town
 

This highly popular adventure film festival includes four programs of short films, filmmaker appearances, live performances, informative talks and panels, and parties throughout the weekend. All of the festival’s programming centers around the themes of adventure, the outdoors, the human spirit, and conserving our natural surroundings. Tonight's film program is sold out, but it's absolutely worth trying to find an extra ticket at the venue. Program admission from $15, 5pointfilm.org

Starmites
 
6:30 p.m., Wheeler Opera House

Part of this month's programs of local school plays, Theatre Aspen School presents this musical production about a girl named Eleanor who dreams her way into a comic book adventure and finds both new friends and evil foes. $10 for educators, $12 for students, $20 for adults, wheeleroperahouse.com

Josh Rogan
 
8 p.m., Marble Distilling Co., Carbondale

 The local musician, who explores both rock and roll and soul music, returns for an encore performance. Free, marbledistilling.com

The Anderson Brothers Bring You the Magic of Benny Goodman
 
8 pm, The Temporary, Basalt
 

Celebrating the songs of clarinet swing legend Benny Goodman, this New York–based trio includes Peter and Will Anderson, two identical twins and Juilliard grads who have toured the world, and Parisian guitarist Felix Lemerle. $14 in advance, $19 day of, tacaw.org 

 
Dead Floyd
 
10 p.m., Belly Up

Covering both Pink Floyd and Grateful Dead songs, this group of four was named one of Westword’s 10 Finest Tribute Bands in 2016. Since the bands they cover have such a vast array of songs, Dead Floyd's sets are always a surprise. $8 general admission, $5 surcharge added for 21 and younger, bellyupaspen.com

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The Dustbowl Revival plays with the Shook Twins Saturday night at The Temporary. 

Image: Talley Media

Saturday, April 21

 
5Point Film Festival
 
All day, Carbondale Recreation Center and other locations in town
 

This highly popular adventure film festival includes four programs of short films, filmmaker appearances, live performances, informative talks and panels, and parties throughout the weekend. All of the festival’s programming centers around the themes of adventure, the outdoors, the human spirit, and conserving our natural surroundings. Tonight's film program is sold out, but limited tickets may still be available for the 11 a.m. youth film program and the 2:30 p.m. screening of the feature The Bikes of WrathProgram admission from $15, 5pointfilm.org

 
Aspen Parkrun
 
8 a.m., Aspen Recreation Center

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

20th Annual Fryingpan River Cleanup
 
8:30 a.m.– 12 p.m., Lions Park, Basalt

Lend a hand to clean up a 1-mile stretch of one of the country’s most beautiful rivers. Hosted by the Roaring Fork Conservancy, this community event includes a free breakfast and prizes for unusual finds. roaringfork.org 

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

Lululemon Trunk Show
 
1 p.m., Marble Distilling Co., Carbondale

The popular yoga brand with a store in Aspen brings its spring products to the distillery’s tasting room throughout April. It turns out that shopping and cocktails mix well. Free to attend, marbledistilling.com

Starmites
 
2 & 6:30 p.m., Wheeler Opera House

Part of this month's programs of local school plays, Theatre Aspen School presents this musical production about a girl named Eleanor who dreams her way into a comic book adventure and finds both new friends and evil foes. $10 for educators, $12 for students, $20 for adults, wheeleroperahouse.com

Divine Beloved & Sacred Cacao Ceremony
 
5–7 p.m., Harmony Scott Jewelry Design, Carbondale

This mini-workshop addresses how to nurture our relationships with others and, more importantly, ourselves. Harmony Scott will share her own journey about the inner marriage between her masculine and feminine sides, which we all have within us, and offer exercises and tools to use on your personal journey. Cacao will be served. Free, harmonyscott.com

Shook Twins & the Dustbowl Revival
 
8:30 p.m., The Temporary, Basalt

Two musical groups join forces for this evening of Americana sounds. Idaho natives and twin sisters Laurie and Katelyn Shook make up the Shook Twins, who offer a lively blend of folk, roots, groove, and soul. An eight-member band from Venice Beach, California, the Dustbowl Revival brings in sounds of bluegrass, soul, New Orleans funk, and roots. $25 in advance, $30 day of, tacaw.org

Phutureprimitive
 
10 p.m., Belly Up

A moniker for the Bay Area producer and songwriter Rain, Phutureprimitive has opened for Bassnectar and Infected Mushroom and played at the Electric Forest Festival. His influences include downtempo, glitch hop, and psychedelic rock. Boulder-based music producer Kris Artz opens. No cover until 10 p.m., $10 after 10 p.m., $5 surcharge added for 21 and younger after 10 p.m., bellyupaspen.com

 
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The documentary Shut Up and Play the Hits follows LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy for a 48-hour period. The film screens at the Belly Up on Sunday night.

Sunday, April 22

 
5Point Film Festival
 
All day, Carbondale Recreation Center and other locations in town
 

This highly popular adventure film festival includes four programs of short films, filmmaker appearances, live performances, informative talks and panels, and parties throughout the weekend. All of the festival’s programming centers around the themes of adventure, the outdoors, the human spirit, and conserving our natural surroundings. Program admission from $15, 5pointfilm.org

Lululemon Trunk Show
 
1 p.m., Marble Distilling Co., Carbondale

The popular yoga brand with a store in Aspen brings its spring products to the distillery’s tasting room throughout April. It turns out that shopping and cocktails mix well. Free, marbledistilling.com 

Earth Day Celebration
 
2–5 p.m., Farm Park at Cozy Point Ranch

Celebrate Earth Day with alpacas Kona and Roy and all of the new baby farm animals. Put on by Aspen TREE, the afternoon is open to all ages and includes live music, children’s activities, and local vendors. If you’re really looking to roll up your sleeves and spend some more time on the farm, come early for volunteer work at 11 a.m. Free, aspen-tree.org

Shut Up and Play the Hits
 
7:30 p.m., Belly Up

This 2012 music documentary follows LCD Soundsystem frontman James Murphy over a 48-hour-period before and after the band's last show at Madison Square Garden. The film also includes extended interview segments between Murphy and pop culture writer Chuck Klosterman. Free, bellyupaspen.com

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