HRHS Tours

Tour - Denver Mob Tour

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Repeats every week until Wed May 30 2018.
Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 10:15am to 3:00pm
Wednesday, May 30, 2018 - 10:15am to 3:00pm
Speaker: 
Tom Hackett

Small group (limited to 6) tour to 20 sites in Denver, followed by lunch at Gaetano's.
Meet at Dad Clark Park and Ride, where our Tour Leader Tom will pick us up, and transport us to Denver's North Side for
a driving tour and narration of these sites and people.
We finish our tour at Gaetano's Restaurant, which was owned by the Smaldone family.  
The Basement (accessed by stairs, no elevator) may also be visited. 
Lunch is on your own at Gaetano's
Tom will then drive us back to the Park and Ride.
Total time approx. 10:15 am till 3:00 pm
 
Cost: $27 HRHS members, $29 non-members
Lunch is on your own, approx. $15 
  
Reservation & Payment Deadline May 18 
 

 Contact Nancy with any questions   720-932-6990

Location

Dad Clark Park and Ride
8392 S. Burnley Ct.
Highlands Ranch 80126
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Field Trip to See the Ute Indian Prayer Trees

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Saturday, June 2, 2018 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Speaker: 
John Anderson

Field Trip Date is Saturday, June 2, 2018 from 9 am till approx. 12 noon

Reservation & Payment DEADLINE: May 19, 2018       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

Then,   Download and complete the Tour Info Form HERE,

or Register online here--->

Mail check and Tour Info Form within 7 days of registration to:

The Highlands Ranch Historical Society

PO Box 631334, Highlands Ranch  80163

 

John Anderson, author and presenter, will lead this moderate hike/walk around beautiful Fox Run Regional Park, in Black Forest,  North Colorado Springs, to see many Ute Indian Prayer Trees.     This tour will follow a different trail thru Fox Run, to see trees that will not be seen on the July 2018 Field Trip.  Transportation is on your own to the venue, in North Colorado Springs/Black Forest.  We will meet in the parking lot of the Rollercoaster Rd. Trailhead.  Parking is limited, carpooling is encouraged.  .  Detailed driving directions will be provided before the field trip.  Visit the park website for   video, photos, and more info.   Suggest bringing a brown bag lunch to enjoy on your own after the tour. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather.   A walking stick is helpful.   The overall trail is easy, but we will be going a short distance off-trail to get up close and personal with the trees.  http://adm.elpasoco.com/CommunityServices/ParkOperations/Pages/FoxRunRegionalPark.aspx

Click HERE for the Fox Run Park Map

 

Wear hiking boots/closed toed shoes, bring water, walking stick (if you have one, hat, dress for weather. )

 

 

 

 

                  

Location

Fox Run Regional Park
Rollercoaster Rd. Trailhead
Colorado Springs 80921
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Field Trip to See the Ute Indian Prayer Trees

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Date and Time: 
Saturday, July 14, 2018 - 9:00am to 12:00pm
Speaker: 
John Anderson

 

Field Trip Date is Saturday, July 14 , 2018 from 9 am till approx. 12 noon

Reservation & Payment DEADLINE: July 1       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

Then,    Download and complete the Tour Info Form HERE,

or Register ONLINE here---->

Mail check and Tour Info Form within 7 days of Registration to:

The Highlands Ranch Historical Society

PO Box 631334, Highlands Ranch  80163

 

John Anderson, author and presenter, will lead this moderate hike/walk around beautiful Fox Run Regional Park, in Black Forest,  North Colorado Springs, to see many Ute Indian Prayer Trees.     This tour will follow a different trail thru Fox Run, to see trees not seen on the June 2018 Field Trip.  Transportation is on your own to the venue, in North Colorado Springs/Black Forest.  We will meet in the parking lot of Pavilion 4, Pine Meadows area.  .  Detailed driving directions will be provided before the field trip.  Visit the park website for   video, photos, and more info.   Suggest bringing a brown bag lunch to enjoy on your own after the tour. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather.   A walking stick is helpful.   The overall trail is easy, but we will be going a short distance off-trail to get up close and personal with the trees.  http://adm.elpasoco.com/CommunityServices/ParkOperations/Pages/FoxRunRegionalPark.aspx

Click HERE for the Fox Run Park Map

 

Wear hiking boots/closed toed shoes, bring water, walking stick (if you have one, hat, dress for weather. )

 

 

 

 

                  

Location

Fox Run Regional Park
Pavilion 4
Pine Meadows Area
Colorado Springs 80921
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