Potbelly Perspectives

The Potbelly Perspectives speaker series runs each winter from January through March, featuring Aspen locals and visitors who share their exciting accounts of world travel and adventure through images and stories.

This series takes place every Wednesday evening at 7pm at Hallam Lake, providing an opportunity for community-building and story-telling that engages Aspen locals and visitors alike. Tea donated by Two Leaves and A Bud and Paradise Bakery cookies are offered. Stay tuned for presentation descriptions and photo previews!

Potbelly Perspectives 2019 Lineup: 

  • January 
    • 2 | Making the Most of a Himalayan Climbing Season: Everest & Cho Oyu | Neal Beidleman
    • 9 | Transformational Travel: A Runner's Quest for Growth & Happiness | Elinor Fish
    • 16 | Bikepacking the American Southwest: A Journey for our National Monuments | Brandon Jones
    • 23 | Misadventures in Kyrgyzstan: The Silk Road Mountain Race | Hillary Seminick
    • 30 | Big Miles & Raw Smiles: Endurance on America's "Triple Crown" Hiking Trails | Nika Meyers & Greg Mauger
  • February
    • 6 | Finding Strength in Wild Places: A Photographer's Guide to Resilience | Devin Pool
    • 13 | Traversing the High Sierras: Off Trail Adventures in One of the World's Youngest Landscapes | Ken Ransford
    • 20 | An Eye-Opening Journey to Ethiopia: Modern Medicine in Ancient Lands | Kim Levin
    • 27 | The Spine of the Mother: Seeking Harmony & Common Ground in the Colorado River Basin | Ben Barron
  • March
    • 6 | Eyewitness to Climate Change: An Aerial Perspective of Denali National Park | Hawk Greenway