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ACES

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Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES), a non-profit environmental science education organization, offers activities and programs for all ages. Explore the Aspen area on free Naturalist guided hikes and tours, year-round hire a guide options, and camps and classes for kids and adults. ACES has something for everyone, including a variety of community events and lectures throughout the year. Visit Hallam Lake in Aspen and Rock Bottom Ranch in Basalt.

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AREDAY - American Renewable Energy Day

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America’s premier renewable energy summit includes leaders from both public and private sectors in science, investment, government, advanced technology development and deployment. Renewable energy experts discuss solar, wind, biofuels, geothermal, and other trail-blazing approaches to sustainability. This year will include an extensive renewable energy expo featuring the latest breakthroughs in renewable energy technology, sustainability and energy efficiency, an evening Gala Event, a Film Festival, and free concert featuring Taj Mahal and the Phantom Brass band.

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Ascendigo Autism

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Ascendigo believes that learning any skill, whether life skills, social skills, or sport specific skills, is best accomplished through sustained and repeated immersion, coupled with the expectation that the participant can in fact progress to the next level. All of our programs provide our ASD participants the perfect environment to master new skills through incremental, repetitive, supportive learning opportunities. The activity itself provides an intrinsic motivation to learn and work, while the Ascendigo staff provide the specialized instruction to enable the participant to succeed.   

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Aspen Camp of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

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We're the only year-round camp for Deaf* individuals from around the world. Our cabins and campus can be rented during the off-season for travelers, schools, and local businesses. We also offer Deaf Culture exposure through American Sign Language classes, leadership training, and more. Check out aspencamp.org to learn more about what we can do for you.

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Aspen Center for Physics

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Aspen Center for Physics is a scientific organization which promotes organized research in physics, astrophysics and related fields through programs of individual and collaborative research, workshops, and conferences, as well as promotes the education of the general pubic through public lectures and other activities. 

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Aspen Chamber Resort Association

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Welcome to Aspen, Colorado and the Aspen Chamber Resort Association. This is the official guide to Aspen Events, Lodging, Shopping & Dining.

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Aspen Community Foundation

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The Community Foundation connects donors to community needs, makes grants to non-profits, builds permanent charitable funds, and brings people together to solve community problems.

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Aspen Elks #224

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Aspen Film

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Mission: To enlighten, enrich, educate and entertain through film. Aspen Film presents year-round programs including Shortsfest (April 5-10, 2016), Filmfest (September 21-25, 2016) and Academy Screenings (December TBA).

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Aspen Science Center

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Aspen Science Center is a 501(c)(3) formed in 2005 with the mission of advancing the public understanding of science through life-long discovery, exploration, and education.

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Aspen Valley Hospital Foundation

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In 2012, Aspen Valley Hospital formed its own fundraising entity, Aspen Valley Hospital Foundation (AVHF), that is solely focused on encouraging philanthropic support for the current and future needs of Aspen Valley Hospital. AVHF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, IRS designated organization that oversees all charitable giving to the hospital, including for its expansion and renovation project. 

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Aspen Valley Ski/Snowboard Club

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Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club
providing all youth in the greater Roaring Fork Valley the opportunity to develop as athletes and as people through winter sports.

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Aspen Words

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Aspen Words was founded in 1976 as a literary center based in Aspen, CO. A program of the Aspen Institute, its mission is to encourage writers, inspire readers and connect people through the power of stories. For more information, visit www.aspenwords.org/.

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Aspen Youth Center

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The Aspen Youth Center provides local and visiting youth in grades 4-12 with free, daily activities. Youth can play air hockey, work in the computer lab, join in dodge ball and basketball games, and participate in art and cooking clubs.

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AspenOUT

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Gay Ski Week
GLBT Organization
Community Outreach Programs

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Basalt Chamber of Commerce

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Tourist information and support for the Basalt business community.

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Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming

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Encouraging and supporting ethics and integrity in the work place.
Providing programs and benefits to support your business and employees.
Serving the Roaring Fork Valley and beyond.

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Buddy Program

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The Buddy Program strengthens our community by guiding and inspiring youth through mentoring. We serve over 450 local youth through one-on-one mentoring, experiential group mentoring and additional support services.

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Challenge America

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Challenge American is a 501(c)(3) national nonprofit that connects the military community and their families to the resources they need to live productive, dignified lives. 

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Challenge Aspen

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Challenge Aspen is dedicated to impacting lives by presenting meaningful recreational, educational, and cultural experiences to individuals faced with cognitive and/or physical disabilities. We encourage family and friends to share in these experiences. Challenge Aspen aims to carefully orchestrate life-changing adventures, giving participants the courage to try something new, trust their own abilities, and carry that courage forward, reaching towards goals in other areas of their lives. 

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Chris Klug Foundation

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The Chris Klug Foundation is dedicated to promoting lifesaving organ and tissue donation and improving the quality of life for those touched by donation.

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CMC

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Community Health Services

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Travel Immunizations; Family Planning Programs; Flu Immunization Clinics; Immunization Clinic; Komen Cancer Screening; Pre-natal Care Services; WIC - Women, Infants, and Children Supplemental Food Program; and Women's Wellness Connection (WWC)

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Community Office for Resource Efficiency C.O.R.E.

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We help you save energy; advancing clean air, sustainable economy + stable climate 

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Crossroads Church of Aspen

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A simple Christian church where we invite you to meet with God, experience authentic relationships, and join us in encouraging our community.

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Environment Foundation/Aspen Skiing Company

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An Aspen Skiing Company employee organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the regional environment.

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Fraternal Order of Eagles #184

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The Fraternal order of Eagles #184 is a non-profit, charitable organization.

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Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association

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Visitor information center.
"Our unity creates community."

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Health Links Colorado

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It's not just good business. It's good business strategy! Health Links connect businesses to each other and to vital resources that can help them succeed in creating sustainable worksite wellness and safety programs. Health Links uses an evidence-based program that recognizes businesses for meeting or exceeding worker health and safety standards with Healthy Business Certification. For small businesses, we offer seed funding and advising support to help build programs.

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Jazz Aspen Snowmass

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The Mission of JAS is to present and preserve jazz and related forms of music through world-class performances, events and education programs. 

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Lead with Love

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Aspen City of Wellbeing is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to measuring and improving wellbeing in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley.

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RESPONSE: Help for Survivors of Domestic Abuse and Sexual Assault

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RESPONSE is a non-profit organization founded in 1983, providing assistance for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault within Pitkin and Western Eagle (Basalt/El Jebel) counties including visitors, full-time and part-time residents.

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Shining Stars Foundation

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The Shining Stars Foundation gives strength, support, and hope to children - and their families - living with pediatric cancer or another life-threatening illness through 70+ year-round outdoor, social, and recreational experiences.

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Stepping Stones of the Roaring Fork Valley

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Stepping Stones is a community-based youth mentoring program that operates drop-in centers for youth and young adults (Ages 10-21) in the Roaring Fork Valley. Our philosophy is that strong, long-term relationships with positive adult role models are the key to empowering youth within our community. Some of our participants face a variety of challenges including food security, neglect, homelessness, and substance use. 

Our drop-in centers are open five days a week and provide a diverse, bilingual atmosphere where participants and staff feel comfortable sharing meaningful life experiences and challenges. Stepping Stones maintains a 10:1 youth to mentor ratio and each participant works with staff towards individualized goals within a family environment. To meet the unique needs of our participants, we off free services including skill development, nightly dinner, transportation assistance, basic needs support, one-on-one tutoring, community engagement, arts and recreational programming.

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The Colorado Health Foundation

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We are singularly focused on helping Coloradans live their healthiest lives by advancing opportunities to pursue good health and achieve health equity, through grantmaking, policy and advocacy, strategic private investments, and convening to drive change. For more information, please visit www.coloradohealth.org.

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YouthZone

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YouthZone is a leader in youth programming and is dedicated to providing opportunities for youth to be responsible, contributing members of their families and society. YouthZone offers programs in prevention, support, parent education and direct services. 

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4th of July Parade Waiver

2018 ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED 

IMPORTANT PARADE INFORMATION

PARADE STARTING/STAGING: The parade will begin at 11:00am. Parade positioning is “first come, first serve” and line up begins no earlier than 10:00am. There is no entry fee and the parade is open to the public. All 5 lanes of Main Street, from Aspen Street to 2nd Street, will be closed to all traffic & designated for parade staging only. Power is not provided in staging area and remember generators do need gas.

PARADE ROUTE: The parade will start East on Main Street. It will turn South onto Hunter Street, then West onto Cooper Avenue. The parade will continue West on Cooper Avenue to Galena Street. At Galena it heads North for 2 blocks before turning West onto Hopkins Avenue. The parade will continue South on Mill then West on Hyman Avenue. Parade participants will be directed to disperse at Hyman and Monarch Street.  PARADE JUDGING: Parade judging will take place in front of the Hotel Jerome. Participants will be limited to 1 minute or less for any performances in front of the judges. Security will be onsite monitoring all entries to help prevent gaps in the parade route. Recognition will be awarded to the best entries in the following categories: 

Most Patriotic | Most Humorous | Best Animal | Best Music | Most Outrageous | Best Children’s  

PARADE REMINDERS:  

  • Consumption of alcohol is prohibited during the parade.
  • Candy, favors, etc. should not be thrown from your float/vehicle during the parade. This is for the safety of the spectators and to prevent children from running out into the street. 
  • Water balloons will not be permitted. According to city ordinances, those caught throwing balloons will be removed from the parade and could face citations and/or arrests. 
  • All parade entries must be in “good taste” and will be allowed in the parade per the director’s discretion. 
  • Maximum height restriction for any float entry is 13’5”.

 

The undersigned organization has elected to participate in the Fourth of July parade sponsored by the City of Aspen and Aspen Chamber Resort

Association (“ACRA”). In consideration for City of Aspen and ACRA allowing the undersigned to participate in the festivities, the undersigned has read, understood, and willingly agreed to the terms of this INSURANCE LIABILITY AGREEMENT and WAIVER AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT (collectively referred to herein as “RELEASE”).

INSURANCE LIABILITY AGREEMENT

                                    Participants are required to carry insurance adequate to cover any liability for damage, injury, economic loss, or other

liability that may be incurred by individuals and/or organizations during the Fourth of July parade. All participants agree to carry such insurance, and also agree not to submit any claim against the insurance of City of Aspen, ACRA and/or any other sponsors of the parade, their officers, directors, agents, shareholders, employees, or anyone else directly or indirectly connected with production of the parade.

WAIVER AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT

                                         The undersigned understands the potential dangers that could be encountered in participating in the Fourth of July

parade. The dangers include, among other things, dangers relating to vehicular and pedestrian traffic; crowds of persons in close proximity to such traffic; animals that may react unpredictably in a parade environment; celebration and recreational activities; loud and unexpected noise; items that may be thrown to and from the crowd in connection with the parade; and other dangers traditionally associated with parades.

      Understanding those risks, the undersigned for itself and for all persons who the undersigned invites or allows to participate in the parade with the undersigned, does hereby agree to indemnify, hold harmless, and release City of Aspen, ACRA and/or any other sponsors of the parade, their

officers, directors, agents, shareholders, employees, and anyone else directly or indirectly connected with production of the parade from any and all

liability, claims, demands, actions, or rights of action (including attorneys’ fees and costs) that are related to or are in any way connected with the

undersigned’s participation in the parade. By signing this RELEASE, the undersigned intends to extinguish any and all liability and to indemnify against any loss on the part of City of Aspen, ACRA and/or any other sponsors of the parade, their officers, directors, agents, shareholders, employees, and anyone else directly or indirectly connected with production of the parade for any injury or damage of any nature (without regard to negligence or fault) to the undersigned and to all persons who the undersigned invites or allows to participate in the parade.

                                      The undersigned warrants and represents that it will not invite or allow any person to participate in the parade unless

such person is bound to the terms of this RELEASE. To that end, the undersigned agrees that it shall take any steps necessary to secure agreement of such persons to the terms of this RELEASE, and that it shall be deemed a responsible person within the meaning of C.R.S. § 13-22-107 and § 19-1103(94) for all children who the undersigned invites or allows to participate in the parade.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION

   I am the official representative of the undersigned organization. On behalf of the organization, I acknowledge our responsibilities as set forth above. I also accept on behalf of the organization all of the terms and conditions of this

INSURANCE LIABILITY AGREEMENT and WAIVER AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT.

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