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Week in the Arts - October 19th

Oct 19, 2015

Highlights of the arts and culture scene in the Valley.


Tuesday night in Aspen, Matisyahu will play the Belly Up. The Jewish reggae singer has been performing for over a decade after his breakout hit, “King Without A Crown” from his album “Live at Stubb’s.”  He’s made a few albums since then, and definitely puts on an energetic show.


On Friday at the Carbondale Library, Olivia Pevec and Rochelle Norwood lead Ultimate Arts Day for Kids. Kids will get their hands dirty by making art from bike parts, among other things.


Also on Friday, Farshid Moussavi gives her presentation as part of the architecture lecture series at the Aspen Art Museum. She has worked on projects in Cleveland, London and Paris.


Fall has come to the Roaring Fork Valley. In Basalt, you can get that perfect pumpkin at the Crown Mountain Pumpkin Patch starting at 9 a.m. on Saturday. Children can be part of the Halloween hustle race.


Need something a little spookier? The Historic Ghost Walk returns for its 16th year in Glenwood Springs.  The tours kick off on Friday and Saturday nights at 7 p.m. in Linwood Cemetery.