Gather around and travel over the river and through the woods as you listen to Lydia Marie Child's famous poem presented by a Four Mile Historic Park pioneer. Then delve further into the West's trailblazing past with a follow-up butter making activity. Sat noon-1 p.m.
Boulder’s historic houses are the stars of this eerie walking tour. Visit ghoulishly decorated houses in the Newlands neighborhood as you learn about architecture and historic hauntings. Professional psychics will be on deck to tell your fortune. Fri-Sat 5:30 p.m.
A ghoulish take on local history narrates this guided tour of a famous local cemetery. You’ll meet historic figures brought back to life—including governor John Evans, Aunt Clara Brown, and the Countess Katrina Murat—along the way. Sat 1-4 p.m.
Feed your mind with a trip back to 1887 for this historical homestead farming lesson. Learn how the homestead farmer struggled to feed his family while earning modest profits from cash crops. And discover the relevance of modern produce, as you see how yesterday’s crops evolved into what you eat today.
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