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Northern Colorado History & Heritage Events

This list includes as many history talks, tours, and reenactments as we could find. Also included are fundraisers being held by local historical societies, museums, and other history-related organizations.

Though this is the most comprehensive list of history and heritage events available for Northern Colorado, it sometimes happen that an event is missed. If you know of an event that’s not included here, please hop over to our Contact page and send us a note about what’s missing. It also occasionally happens that a typo sneaks its way into the text and a wrong date or time is listed. So we recommend that whenever you find an event that you’d like to attend, please click through on the link provided to get more information directly from the source.

This list is compiled by Meg Dunn who is a member of the Historic Larimer County board. Meg also publishes articles at and produces this events list as an eNewsletter sent out under the heading of “History Now.” If you would like to receive this list directly to your inbox, sign up here. The newsletter is published around the end of each month. If you’re not seeing it, please check your spam folder.

January History & Heritage Events

January 8

Fort Collins: Wayne Sundberg will present an overview of the Poudre School District before consolidation. (It’s even possible that this presentation might take place with the help of a good-old-fashioned slideshow projector. We’ll see.) 7 pm at the Masonic Temple, 225 W. Oak Street. Free and open to the public.

January 12

Bellvue: Join Historic Larimer County for a Winter Preservation Mixer on January 12th at 4pm in the Bellvue Grange. This is a great opportunity to learn more abut what Historic Larimer County is doing, see how much you know about local preservation trivia, and get to know other local history buffs. You don’t have to be a preservation professional to attend. All are welcome! Please plan to bring a finger-food dish to share.

January 14

Loveland: Preserving Loveland’s Community Buildingby Norm Rehme. The history, preservation, and remodeling of the Pullium Community Building, 545 Cleveland Ave. will be explored by Norm, who is mostly responsible for saving Loveland’s important art deco building.  Free and open to the public, but donations are appreciated.  

January 31

Loveland: Join author Jason Marmor for his new book release, signing and reception. His book, Artistry in Stone: The Colorado-Wyoming Alabaster Industry is an interesting look at the growth of the alabaster carving industry in the region. Copies of the book will be available for purchase during this event. 6 pm. At the Loveland Museum, 503 N. Lincoln Avenue. Free. 

If you know of any January events that aren’t listed here, please let me know at Thanks!

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