Youth Fall Sports:
Soccer  (K- U10)
Flag football
Indoor climbing
Swim lessons


Red Brick Center for the Arts
110 East Hallam St. , Aspen
Phone: 970-429-2777
Tuesday – Thursday, 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Offering vibrant art exhibitions for the public to view, along with ongoing youth art classes and summer camps, The Red Brick Center Center for the Arts is one of our favorite family-friendly destinations in Aspen. The Red Brick Center for the Art’s mission of creating colorful community starts with the youngest of artists.

After school Art Play Classes: Afterschool Art Play is a chance for elementary age children to be creative, learn through art and have fun with friends. In each session, students will explore a theme through different mediums such as collage, painting, sculpture, and more.

AGE: Kindergarten – 4th Grade
TIME: 3:20pm – 5:00pm on Wednesdays
COST: $20 per day, must enroll in entire session (Need based scholarship funding is available; inquire with staff for application)



Aspen Recreation Center (The ARC), Aspen
0861 Maroon Creek Rd., Aspen
Phone: 970-544-4100
Hours: Monday – Saturday › By Reservation Only
The ARC pool, home of the beloved Lazy River and water slide, is Mountain Parent’s top of list for locals and tourists. Open by reservations, try the leisure pool, lap lane sessions, Master Swim and water aerobics classes. Reservations sign-up information here.

The cardio room, weight room and ice rink are also available by reservation.

20 visit punch passes are on sale. Classes and sessions cost 1 punch. NO drop-ins or daily admission at this time.

Red Brick Recreation Center 

110 East Hallam St. , Aspen
Phone: 970-920-5140

Hours: Monday – Friday › By Reservation Only
Make a reservation for a Fitness Classes (register here) or a Climbing Wall Sessions (register here). 
Kids must be 12 and older to use the climbing wall for bouldering. At present, rental equipment is not available. Please bring your own shoes. Please use liquid chalk at this time.

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Afterschool Art Play is a chance for elementary age children to be creative, learn through art, and have fun with friends.