Television writer Kevin Holten and his crew from RFD-TV (a cable television network with an emphasis on rural lifestyles) spent several days at the 2018 Eagle County Fair last year, shooting scenes celebrating Eagle County’s rural history and traditions. The show, “Special Cowboy Moments” aired for the first time Wednesday, May 22. You’ll find a lot of Eagle County history and some familiar faces in this program. Several of the interviews were filmed in our history museum. The length of the program (including advertising) is 28 minutes, so give yourself some time and enjoy!
We had great fun honoring one of our favorite historians, Jaci Spuhler, with the Nimon-Walker Award on Sunday. Grand County historian Kathy Naples portrayed the pioneer physician Doc Susie. There was even a mini Doc Susie in the room! Thanks to everybody who helps to preserve our colorful Eagle County History.
On Saturday, August 18th the Eagle County Historical Society presented a tour of the Greenwood Cemetery in Red Cliff, Colorado. A rainy day turned sunny and some of the most notable pioneers were around to tell their stories.
Upper Brush Creek School
at Sylvan Lake State Park
A crowd of about 50 people stopped by the Upper Brush Creek School on Saturday, March 3, for a winter outing and a bit of history. Our surprise guest of honor was Joe Dice, 88, who attended the school in his youth and had plenty of stories to share. Thanks to our partners at Sylvan Lake State Park for this fun history outing opportunity.