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Taste of History

The 7th annual Taste of History Champagne Brunch & Social is Saturday, August 18, 2018 at Headwaters Center in Winter Park.

Click here to for a special thanks and some photos from the 2017 Taste of History >>

Then and Now Exhibits

Have you seen one of the many series of Then & Now photography exhibits around Grand County? Check them out while they’re still on display. Click here for details about Then & Now exhibits >>

Pioneer Village Museum at Hot Sulphur Springs Town Yard Sale @ Pioneer Village Museum
Aug 11 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Are you ready for some spring cleaning?  If you have items laying around that you no longer use, but would like to go to a good cause, Grand County Historical Association has the opportunity for you.  Grand County Historical Association will be participating in the Hot Sulphur Springs Town Yard sale being held on August 11.  Please bring donations to Pioneer Village Museum before August 8.  For more information contact us at 970.725.3939 or

Historical walk through Grand Lake @ Grand Lake Flag Pole
Aug 12 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

10a -12p Join us for an historic walk through the Grand Lake Area.
Jim Cervenka, board member of the Grand Lake Area Historical Society, will take everyone on a Historic stroll sharing his stories and in-depth knowledge of Grand Lake.
This will be a casual walk along the side/ boardwalks (all skill levels welcome).
Meet at the flag pole in the center of Grand Lake Town Square (1025 Grand Ave. Grand Lake, CO).
For reservations please call 970.725.3939 or email:
Free for Members of GCHA and GLAHS (Grand Lake Area Historical Society). $10 for non-members.
Please bring water, sun screen and comfortable walking shoes
Space is limited.

Deadman’s Grave: A Tale of the Wild West and a Search for the Truth @ Pioneer Village
Aug 16 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Deadman’s Grave: A Tale of the Wild West and a Search for the Truth

In 1883, political and personal tensions were high in Grand County, Colorado. On the morning of July 4th, a group of county officials were traveling down the road after breakfast when they were ambushed by masked gunmen. A swift gunfight ensued, the result of which left only one man alive, William Redman. Rumors of the man’s fate were numerous. Where did he go? Did he survive? Over 120 years later, archaeologists stumble onto an unmarked grave which may be his. Find out what happened after the historic Grand County shooting, what was said to have happened to Redman, and the questions that are still left that only archaeology can answer.

Free for members, $5 for non-members.


RSVP 970.725-3939 or

Halloween Tricks and Treats @ Pioneer Village
Oct 26 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Come Trick and Treat to a Old Time School, Blacksmith, Jail, Courthouse and more. Wear your silliest or spookiest costume.

Free event.