Upcoming Events

September 20: Roxborough Area Historic Society hosts a Miksch Helmer Cabin Tour
September 21: >Palmer Lake Historical Society presents Historic Homes of Colorado Springs
September 30: Colorado Agriculture Leadership Foundation (CALF) hosts their annual Harvest Day at Lowell Ranch

September Cherokee Castle
Recurring Events

... September 14, 16, 23, 28 & 30: Public Tours of Cherokee Castle
...September 10: Sunday Brunch
...September 15, 22 & 29: Lunch on the Terrace
...September 13: Afternoon Tea at Cherokee Castle
...September 30: High Noon Tea



For programs, concerts, teas and tours at Cherokee Castle, go to their the Castle website at http://cherokeeranch.org and check their Events page.


ALSO ..don't forget to check the Around the West to find events outside of Douglas County.

2018 HISTORIC CALENDAR

The HDC 2018 Book-calendar was released on August 3rdStrife and Success is the third in the series of Telling the History of Douglas County. The 2018 Book-calendar provides insight to the about Douglas County during the first three decades of the twentieth cent, 1900 - 1930. Learn more about the 2018 Book-calendar and how to obtain one at 2018 Book-Calendar.

Historic Douglas County Coverlet

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Douglas County Libraries Monthly Events

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Historic Douglas County, Inc. Mission:

The purpose of Historic Douglas County is to expand and enrich public awareness of Douglas County history through education and communication, and through support and coordination among local historical organizations and other related groups.

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On Holy Ground

…Author Karen Kidd

Karen Kidd On Holy Ground

Three area historical societies, Castle Rock, Larkspur and Palmer Lake, are jointly sponsoring a program about the American Federation of Human Rights. This stimulating, educational program brings Author Karen Kidd giving a detailed history of Co- Masonry, the institution that is the Obedience that admits men and women of all religions and national origins. Ms. Kidd has written two books about Masonry: Haunted Chambers and On Holy Ground, with the latter detailing the American Federation of Human Rights and its international headquarters in Larkspur.

The presentation will be at the Philip S. Miller Library 100 S. Wilcox Street Castle Rock, Co. 80104. Refreshments will be served at 6:45 pm with the presentation starting at 7:00 pm. This presentation is FREE to the public.

If you would like to get a brief understanding of On Holy Ground, you can peruse a book-review on the book by the Phoenix Masonry, Inc..

The Denver Post published an article, “Co-Masonic history still alive in present-day Larkspur” by Elizabeth Hernandez, in their February 26, 2015 Douglas County edition of Your Hub. The Your Hub article can be viewed at AFHR Article.

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