Here you will find information and resources for the press related to Grand County’s museums, sites and stories.
Grand Quilt Trail
Have you noticed colorful quilt designs painted on flat wooden blocks and displayed on buildings all around the Grand County? That’s the Grand Quilt Trail! If you haven’t noticed it yet, watch for quilt squares at The Pub, Cozens Ranch Museum, Fraser Valley Ace Hardware and over 30 other locations! Click here to learn more about the Grand Quilt Trail >>
Special Ute Exhibit at Cozens Ranch Museum
Winds Of Change: Utes Of The High Country • Special Exhibit June 28, 2014 through 2018
Grand County Historical Association (GCHA) presents a new exhibit, Winds of Change: Utes of the High Country at Cozens Ranch Museum in Fraser. The exhibit explores how despite the harsh Winds of Change — the arts endure among the Ute people, helping to preserve their culture. Ute artistic expressions on display include imagery of their painted and carved rock art, exquisite examples of their beadwork on loan from History Colorado, historic tales told in ledger art, and a look at their unique Bear Dance. The exhibit kicked-off with a mini Pow-Wow on Saturday June 28, 2014 at 12 noon, celebrated at Cozens’ new teepee.
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Videos of 4 Bar 4 Ranch & More
In February 2014, the 4 Bar 4 Ranch, located on the west side of County Road 5 in the Fraser Valley, was named one of five most endangered places in Colorado. Watch the video below and read the article published in the Sky-Hi News for more information. Visit the Videos page for more.