Ute Traveling Exhibit Seasons of the Nuche: Transitions of the Ute People
Colorado Mountain College in Edwards
June 5 – mid July
Presented by The Eagle County Historical Society,
working in partnership with the Aspen Historical Society.
History buffs are invited to view the exhibit at any time during CMC’s regular operating hours.
Song of the Nuche June 20, 2019
A crowd of about 100 people turned out for the Eagle County Historical Society’s ‘Tales of the Ute People’ program. Aspen Historical Society’s Nina Gabianelli shared the Ute creation story and the history of the Utes in Colorado. Skyler Lomahaftewa, a member of the Northern Ute Indian tribe who lives in the Roaring Fork Valley, described his upbringing, traditions, and offered a song and drum demonstration. Many thanks to program sponsors ECHS, Colorado Mountain College, Metcalf Archaeological Consulting, and Aspen Historical Society.