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GO Weekend Planner

Running in groups of three, the Iron Mountain Tram cabins accend and decend the on their way to and from Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. After 15 years of service Tthe tram will be retired Oct. 28 and replaced by a new tram. During the dismantling and construction the park will be temporarily closed until March when the new tram is up and running.
Kyle Mills / Post Independent

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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