A tribute to the First Responders who lost their lives in 9/11, this show features vintage and modern first responder vehicles including; fire engines, police cruisers & motorcycles, and a separate section for privately owned show cars in seven different categories. The show begins at 10 a.m., trophies for each category will be awarded beginning […]
Standley Lake Regional park in the city of Westminster, is pleased to host “Westy Family Camp Night”. Come out and enjoy s’mores, snores and a day full of activities with your loved ones! This unique camp program is perfect for all family members and will include exciting nature and recreational related activities (volleyball, slacklining, kayaking, […]
Bikes For Life Community Event FREE Bicycle Event For All Ages Saturday, September 20, 2014 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Central Park in Stapleton Martin Luther King Boulevard Denver, CO 80238 Event Activities include: -Bicycle skills courses: practice bicycle riding on a course designed to teach kids key skills -Learner zone: Trained volunteers and bicycle […]
DENVER, CO, August 12, 2014 – Ten Thousand Villages Denver announces its premier fundraising event ART for ARTISANS, a kick off to fair trade month. The event will be held at BEACONS Creative Community Space 2630 East 3rd Avenue Denver, CO 80206 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM Friday, October 3rd. As a Cherry Creek North […]
Ever wonder how the Mountain Men lived? Come join us as Doc Grizzly tells us how he got things done on the frontier of the 1830s.
Join Tim Boucher as he demonstrates how arrowheads were made from pre-history to well into the 19th Century.
Bring the kids (age 2-5) to story time in our Destination Colorado exhibit and learn about farms, cowboys, and animals. We’ll read a story and then have playtime in the exhibit before the museum opens.
Coal mining and steel production have shaped southern Colorado’s history. From Pueblo, home of the Steelworks Museum, to the infamous site of the 1914 Ludlow Massacre, expert guide Dr. Jonathan Rees will walk us through the legacy of Colorado steel and coal. We’ll visit History Colorado’s El Pueblo History Museum and it critically acclaimed Children […]
Want to do research in History Colorado\’s photography collections? Not sure where or how to start? Join Curator of Photograpy, Megan Friedel, and Photo Research & Permissions Librarian, Melissa VanOtterloo, to learn more about History Colorado\’s fantastic collection of over 1 million historic photos of Colorado, how to search for photos online and in the […]
In 1864, three sisters of Loretto from Santa Fe opened St. Mary’s Academy in wild and lusty Denver City. Though the campus moved from downtown in 1951—thus reducing the incidences of energetic students kicking balls into neighbor Margaret “Molly” Brown’s old backyard—St. Mary’s remains a vibrant part of Denver, educating both boys and girls. We’ll […]