Aspen Nightlife isn’t always about music and dancing. The Aspen Center for Environmental Studies is a great place to go at night! There are many planned activities related to environmental studies, and you shouldn’t miss the weekly Potbelly Perspective Series. The Potbelly Perspective Series takes place one night each week, usually starting about 7pm. This is a lecture series presented by local people, as well as visiting guests. Adventures, pictures and stories are presented that are very interesting to anyone who has a love of nature or the environment. This series is not only interesting; it is also a very inexpensive way to spend an evening. Admission for adults is only $3. Naturalist’s nights are also offered once each week. Here, you will learn facts about the natural world, and issues concerning the natural world. With expert speakers, many topics are covered, and these nights are planned in advance. This is a wonderful learning experience, and a great way to spend an evening in Aspen. Many daytime programs are also offered through the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, including ski tours and snowshoe tours. Call ahead to find out what events are planned, and to make reservations as necessary.