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SOURCE History Colorado
DENVER, May 2, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- History Colorado is visiting a town near you! History Colorado's Preservation Programs staff are hitting the road for two different tours this summer to hear your needs and offer solutions through historic preservation, which can increase heritage tourism, boost community involvement, and transform your local economy, all while honoring your past.
What's your perspective on historic preservation, archaeology, museum operations and educational programming in your town? Share your thoughts at a History Colorado Listening Session, designed specifically to determine how History Colorado's Preservation Programs can help your community's heritage programs thrive.
Looking for funding opportunities to preserve your favorite historic or archaeological site? Stop by a Community Roundtable to learn how the History Colorado State Historical Fund can help.
As part of an update to the 2020 State Historic Preservation Plan, History Colorado staff want to hear your challenges, successes and ideas about preservation, archaeology, museum operations and educational programming in your town.
All Listening Sessions begin at 5:30 p.m.
May 6: Alamosa
May 7: Cortez
May 12: Denver
May 19: Telluride
May 20: Grand Junction
July 8: Lamar
July 9: Pueblo
August 12: Hayden
August 13: Aspen
Love a historic property? Need a grant to help preserve it? Join Outreach Specialists from the History Colorado State Historical Fund at a Community Roundtable in your area. Staff will outline the grant process and show you what it takes to achieve your dream preservation project.
May 15: San Luis
May 20: Holyoke
May 22: Ridgway
May 27: Steamboat Springs
May 28: Meeker
May 30: Colorado Springs
June 3: Hugo
June 4: Leadville
June 5: Coaldale
June 6: Pagosa Springs
June 10: Wiggins
June 12: Longmont
June 19: Gunnison
June 26: Las Animas
All Listening Sessions and Community Roundtables are free of charge.
Questions? Contact Preservation Programs Outreach Coordinator Claire Lanier at 303/866-2825 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About History Colorado
History Colorado inspires generations to find wonder and meaning in our past and to engage in building a better Colorado. Find History Colorado at Facebook.com/HistoryColorado and on Twitter @HistoryColorado, #COHistory and #PreserveCO. History Colorado is headquartered in the History Colorado Center, 1200 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203. Visit HistoryColorado.org or call (303) HISTORY for more information.
Shannon Haltiwanger, Preservation
(303) 866-2049, email@example.com
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