Legendary Ladies of the West

Date and Time: 
Monday, March 21, 2022 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
The Ladies


The Legendary Ladies is a volunteer, non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization which exists to promote the history of women of the West.

Travel back in time with us to hear the stories of real women who made a significant impact on the West.

Let us entertain you with lively, historical portrayals of these unique women.

Join us in an educational adventure as we share with you past women's accomplishments!

Monday, March 21, 2022 - 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Southridge Recreation Center, Upstairs Auditorium

Registration Required

Josie Bassett - Homesteader, Rancher and Rustler   1874-1964

Notorious, generous, strong-willed and loveable—mix those qualities together and you’ve got Josie Bassett,

moonshiner, rustler, and homesteader who lived the simple life despite world changes around her. Delightful. 1920’s Western Costume

Josie Bassett

Lola Montez - Actress and Dancer   1818-1862

Flamboyant dancer and actress, Lola Montez enjoyed worldwide fame while critics alternately praised and railed against her.

Wildly adored by the American public, she reached her height of popularity in California during the gold rush years. Lively and entertaining.

Inductee in Theater Hall of Fame.   Victorian Costume


Anne Evans- 1871-1941 Cultural Pioneer

Born in Colorado, Anne Evans helped to transform Denver into a “City Beautiful”. 

She was influential in the founding the Denver Art Museum, Denver Public Library and restoration of the Central City Opera House. 

She worked for the recognition of American Indian art, especially in the Southwest. Fascinating.

Inductee in Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame and Colorado Business Hall of Fame. 1930’s Costume



Monday, March 21, 2022 - 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Southridge Recreation Center, Upstairs Auditorium
$2 Suggested Donation at Door



Southridge Recreation Center
Upstairs Auditorium
4800 McArthur Ranch Road
Highlands Ranch 80130