HRHS Happenings

Field Trip and Picnic to the Fly'n B Park

Speaker: 
HR Metro, HR Historical, HighLine Canal Conservancy

FIELD TRIP and PICNIC TO SEE the FLY’N B RANCH

Wednesday, September 27   11 am- 1 pm

 Presented in cooperation with HR Metro Districts

Have fun walking and playing in the Park!

Visualize the actual Plews House, and surrounding landscape.   The Plews House and Fly'n B have such a "colorful" history!

Short presentations (5 minutes) by

Date and Time: 
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 - 11:00am to 1:00pm

Field Trip to See the Ute Indian Prayer Trees

Speaker: 
John Anderson

Reservation & Payment DEADLINE: October 2       9:00 am-12 noon   

HRHS Current members $15,   non- members $17

Transportation is on your own 

First, Call or email Nancy to Register:   720-932-6990    Tours@theHRHS.org

Date and Time: 
Saturday, October 7, 2017 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

John Fielder: A Colorado Winter

A Colorado Winter by John Fielder
Speaker: 
John Fielder

 

 

John Fielder is excited to present an all new slide show for Holiday, 2017.

A Colorado Winter is derived from the new book of the same title. You will feel the need to wear your parka while viewing over 200 of John’s most sublime winter photographs! In addition, John share stories of life on the winter trail, often en route to remote cabins in Colorado’s diverse winter hut network. Beautiful music has been carefully selected to marry with the world of white.

Date and Time: 
Monday, October 16, 2017 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Annual Tribute To Veterans Program: Guts and Glory: Modern Medicine and Surgery During the Civil War

Dr. Robert Mallin, Civil War Medical/Surgical Expert
Speaker: 
Dr. Robert Mallin

Civil War Medical and Surgical Practices, presented by Dr. Robert Mallin, a noted Civil War Medical expert.  

Bob Mallin is a retired surgeon who practiced in Anchorage Alaska and retired to Santa Fe New Mexico. He Volunteered at Pecos National Park. the site of the battle of Glorieta Pass during the New Mexican Civil War campaign. The presentation will be a survey of medical and surgical practices during the American Civil War.  We will discuss the myths of "bitten Bullets", whiskey anesthesia, barbaric practices, and short comings, as well as innovations and advances.  Dr. Mallin has an antique 1864 Contract Surgeon's surgical  kit and several additional instruments to demonstrate...surgical volunteers not solicited!  

Date and Time: 
Monday, November 20, 2017 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
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