The Story of Our Newspaper at History Camp

2017-06-19T06:31:18+00:00June 19th, 2017|

Thursday, June 15, 2017 was “Newspaper” Day at History Camp! With 37 excited kids divided up into two groups rotating from a historic power point presentation to a tour at the museum to an activity in making their own front page news – the kids learned about James Lyttle the founder of the newspaper, how […]

National Historic District Registry News

2019-12-13T03:05:21+00:00June 19th, 2017|

  National Historic District Nomination Advances by Bob Amick, Chair, Meeker National Historic District Task Force Meeker National Historic District consultant Carl McWilliams, renowned Principal of Cultural Resource Historians reports that the extensive research and documentation for the nomination of the downtown Meeker area as a National Historic District [NHD] is progressing on schedule. McWilliams […]

History Camp 2017

2017-04-29T10:27:45+00:00April 29th, 2017|

2017 HISTORY CAMP Partnering with ERBM Recreation & Parks, our History Camp will be part of the REC KIDS Summer Day Camp this year, Thursday afternoons in June! All the age groups will meet for a historic presentation in the Old West Heritage Culture Center theater room. Then, each age group will rotate for walking […]

Meeker Cowboy Poet Gathering

2017-03-30T09:25:19+00:00March 30th, 2017|

In Meeker, the indoor “Meeker Cowboy Poet Gathering” showcased intermittently from 1999-2009. Proceeds from the show went to local organizations or projects-between 10 and 12K. Held in February each year, it drew an audience from all over Colorado plus Wyoming, Nebraska and Utah, supporting an attendance of 200 at the matinée and 400 for the […]

Renovation Continues at Old West Heritage Culture Center!

2019-12-13T03:34:31+00:00February 27th, 2017|

With funding received from the Fairfield Committee, the Town of Meeker, and a number of fundraisers and donations the basic construction phases to transform the main room and lobby of the Old West Heritage Culture Center have been complete. The heritage culture center main room has been the venue for multiple uses from RBCHS historical […]

127 Years – Coal Creek School

2019-12-13T03:20:25+00:00February 10th, 2017|

Coal Creek School is closing in on its 127th birthday this fall, so the race is on to get the historic preservation is finished!                     Let There Be Light at Coal Creek School By Janet Clark Light will again be shining into Coal Creek School. The […]

Historical Society Seeking New Leadership

2019-12-13T03:45:41+00:00October 17th, 2016|

By Caitlin Walker Special to the Herald Times September 22, 2016  Revised  December 12, 2019 by TR Reed RBC | For aficionados of the past, there’s not much more thrilling than making history of their own. The chance to be remembered, commemorated, and rediscovered long after your stint on planet Earth is through is both […]

Meeker Historic District Progress!

2016-09-06T05:44:26+00:00September 6th, 2016|

RBCHS and the Historic District Committee, chaired by Bob Amick, has begun the process for a nationally registered Historic District in Meeker! Letters of endorsement have been written, meetings with the State Historical Society have transpired and a contractor has been retained for the research survey and study of eligible structures, putting us down the […]

Milk Creek Battlefield Park TOUR

2016-06-23T06:31:25+00:00June 23rd, 2016|

Milk Creek Battlefield Park Tour – July 3rd, 1:00 p.m. Meet at Garrison next door to White River Museum (565 Park Ave) to hear the story of the last Native American Indian and Army battle in America. Convoy up to the site with educational stops on the way to the actual battle location – 17 […]

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