Talk on Red Feather, Historic Homes Tour & Pioneer Living Day | Sponsor News

All three of Forgotten Fort Collins’ sponsors have events happening in September! The Fort Collins Historical Society opens the month with a talk on the history of Red Feather Lakes. The 33rd Annual Historic Homes Tour is mid-month. And the Bee Family Farm will be holding their annual Pioneer Living Day near the end of September. Rugged Mountain Life in Red Feather Lakes What: Talk on the history of Red Feather Lakes Where: Masonic Temple, 225 W. Oak St. When: September 5th, 7 – 8:30 pm. Cost: Free and open to the public. The Fort Collins Historical Society is kicking off the 2017-18 season with a series of talks on “Rugged Mountain Life.”┬áPat Clemens will be the first speaker with the history of the Red Feather Lakes area. Historical Society talks are free and open to the public! If you’d like to become a member to help support the speaker series, membership is only $10 a year. In recent years, the Society has hosted five talks a year. That’s getting ratcheted up to seven this year — there are just too many mountain stories to share in only five sessions. In related news, the Historical Society has an all new … Continue reading Talk on Red Feather, Historic Homes Tour & Pioneer Living Day | Sponsor News