RTD tour, Sunday, April 30 $34 HRHS member/ $35 non-member
Reservation & Payment DEADLINE: April 9 Total Approx. time 12:15 pm- 5:30 pm
The beloved classic blossoms anew in this enchanting musical full of beautiful melodies. When young Mary uncovers the key to her late aunt’s long-lost garden, she becomes determined to revive the beauty that once flourished.
Ute Indian Prayer Trees are a unique variety of Culturally Modified Trees (CMT) that were skillfully cultivated by the Ute Indians throughout much of Colorado. The Ute began modifying trees for navigational, medicinal, nutritional, educational, burial or spiritual purposes, hundreds of years ago.
This panel of Historical Society members, who are also experienced and local writers, will reveal their methods and inspirations for writing, along with secrets to success. Each brings a different and unique perspective to the common topic of writing.
Each writer will give a brief overview of their techniques and output , which includes research, interviewing, organizing , style and then how they have turned that into presentations and/or profit!!