October 14, 2023 @ 5:00 pm
Cozens Ranch Museum
$5 Members, $10 Non-members
Samantha Missey
Dr. Susan Anderson or “Doc Susie” as she was called was the first woman doctor in Fraser, CO. She arrived there in 1907 and practiced medicine until 1956. Linda Batlin brings to life the story of Doc Susie. How she became a doctor and moved to the Fraser valley and set up her practice. It tells of her struggles, challenges and triumphs in treating the lumberjacks, ranchers and railroaders of the area over the many years.
Cozens Ranch Museum
$5 for Members, $10 for non-members
RSVP to samantha@grandcountyhistory.org or 970-726-5488
About the Presenter: Linda Batlin
Linda Batlin is a storyteller and author from Boulder, Colorado where she has lived for over half of her life. She enjoys sharing her love of the mountains and of Colorado with audiences. She tells stories filled with wisdom and mirth for all ages in schools, libraries, festivals, museums, senior centers, campfires and other events. Her living history presentations of important women characters from Colorado history bring them to life. Her repertoire is also filled with multicultural folktales from around the world such as nature stories, Asian stories, animal stories, ghost stories, Jewish folktales, puppets, etc.