Join the Tread of Pioneers Museum the first Tuesday of every month, October through April, at 5:30 pm at the Butcherknife Brewery for their popular event series “History Happy Hours.” The event takes the rowdy and raucous side of Routt County and Colorado history out to the community and into beloved happy hour.
Oct. 1: “Western Con Men and Women in the 19th Century” with Frank Dolman
Nov. 5: “The 1865 Battle of Julesberg” with Ray Sumner
Dec. 3: “Raucous Colorado” with Randi Samuelson-Brown
January 7: “The Life of a Madam in Oak Creek” with Paul Bonnifield
Feb. 4: “Rowdy Routt County” with Laurel Watson, Hayden Heritage Center
March 3: “Ann Bassett: Colorado's Cattle Queen” with Linda Wommack
April 7: “Hidden Treasures in Routt County Archives” with Sureva Towler
Don't miss the 25th annual Festival of Trees at the Tread of Pioneers Museum, featuring 25 beautifully decorated themed trees by local organizations, clubs and individuals. Tour the trees and don't miss the special events of the Festival, including the Senior Tea and Pioneer Christmas Storytime. Bring the whole family, take your holiday card photos, and kick off the holiday season with the Festival of Trees!
Free admission for all Routt County residents. Admission for out of town visitors: $6 for adults; $5 for seniors; $2 for children under 12 (children under age 6 are free).
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