We strive to post the most current and accurate event information, but changes and cancellations do occur, so please check the official event website to confirm all details before attending. Aspen is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains just hours from Denver by car and 30 minutes by plane into Aspen Airport. Telluride Gay Ski Week is a fun filled week of skiing, dancing, parties and lots of meeting and greeting put on by locals who love the community! Civic Center Park Downtown Denver www. Longmont Pride, our annual celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and ally communities in Longmont.
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The largest gay club in Colorado Springs, and one of the largest in the state, The Underground occupies a historic building in the center of downtown and really comprises three distinct spaces in one. The main floor houses a friendly, laid-back pub with pool tables, darts, and games different theme nights feature karaoke, poker, bingo, and pub trivia. A flight of stairs leads down to the impressive nightclub area, with a large dance floor and a first-rate sound system.
The Aspen Times first reported that local Republican leaders expect about 25 couples to attend the event, although the vice chair of the Pitkin County Republicans declined to disclose where the event would take place due to protest and security concerns. Local GOP leaders rebuked suggestions that Pence's controversial stances toward gay marriage would prevent the event from proceeding as planned. The last time Pence visited Aspen in December local residents and gay rights advocates displayed a rainbow-themed "Make America Gay Again" banner outside the home where the vice president was staying. Bob Jenkins, the vice chair, floated four different locations for the vent to the Aspen Times reporter, but the chef at the Caribou Club told a judge Friday during an advisement hearing for a domestic dispute that he needed to be free from jail in order to cook for the Vice President.