Families, Farming and Fermentation

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Date and Time: 
Friday, October 2, 2015 - 6:00pm to 7:30pm
Speaker: 
Metro District

Families, Farming & Fermentation

Cheese Ranch Historic Park, Windmill
$10 Metro District  Residents,
$12 non-Metro Residents

Ever Wonder why it's called Cheese Ranch???  Learn the history of the ranch while enjoying beer from the Grist Brewing Company and tasting the types of cheese (compliments of Whole Foods HR)  that were made in Cheese Ranch back in 1879.   

Ages 21+

This program is sponsored by HR Metro District, and registration must be made directly with Metro.  (see web address below)

Activity #205321-A

http://highlandsranch.org/services/recreation/outdoor-education/

Registration Deadline:  Sept. 25. 

For more info contact Nancy  720-932-6990 

Tours@theHRHS.org 

Location:  Cheese Ranch Historic and Natural Area near the windmill

Location

Cheese Ranch Windmill
Near the Windmill
9193 Sugarstone Cir
Littleton 80130 39° 32' 49.11" N, 104° 55' 9.498" W