GO Weekend Planner
Thrill the World Carbondale: Zombie Dance Event
Saturday 4 p.m. — Spectators and zombies are invited to the international, worldwide synchronized dance of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” at the Carbondale Library.
Carbondale Library, 320 Sopris Ave., Carbondale. | Free | 970-963-2889
Live music with Feeding Giants
Friday 8 p.m. — Feeding Giants, described as a multi-genre trio from New Castle, performs acoustic versions of covers as well as many originals.
Glenwood Springs Brew Garden, 115 Sixth St., Glenwood Springs | Free
Halloween Enchanted Castle at CMC
Saturday 4-8 p.m. — The Sopris Residence Hall Association at Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley presents the Enchanted Castle as an alternative to trick-or-treating door to door; for children age 10 and younger. Those who attend will receive a list or map of the designated trick-or-treating rooms, and student volunteers will help guide the kids through the residence hall. There’s also a small carnival — including a spider ring toss, “pin the nose on the pumpkin,” face painting and other activities.
Sopris Residence Hall, 2600 County Road 114, CMC Spring Valley
Goodbye Tram Party
Sunday noon — Celebrate the final day of the current Iron Mountain Tramway and take one last ride. There will be $1 hot dogs in the plaza, and photo ops to commemorate the old tram and celebrate the new tram.
Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, 51000 Two Rivers Plaza Road, Glenwood Springs | Tram tickets are $10
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