One of Historic Boulder’s signature events returns on October 21st, 2018. Come hear the fascinating life stories from some of Boulder’s most dearly departed! As you wander through Columbia Cemetery, a National Register of Historic Places treasure and local landmark, Eben G. Fine, Mary Rippon, Tom Horn, Jane Doe, James Maxwell and Rocky Mountain Joe
Preservation Alert! City to Decide Fate of Harbeck-Bergheim House A Public Meeting is scheduled this Thursday: July 12, 2018 5:30-7:00 p.m. The Academy Senior Living: 970 Aurora Ave. (entrance on 10th). Plan to be there with us! We are monitoring the recently vacated Harbeck-Bergheim House, a local landmark owned by the City of Boulder’s Parks and
Open Space and Mountain Parks Master Plan For nearly 120 years, generations of Boulder residents have created an innovative public land legacy in building the city’s 45,630-acre open space system. Help us to continue and improve on that proud legacy by creating an inclusive, community-based master to guide the management of our community’s open space
The Federal Historic Tax credit at 20 percent is included in the tax reform package that has passed the House and Senate and is on its way to the President’s desk for signature. There is every reason to believe the President will sign this bill in the very near future. This extraordinary success underscores the
Just days away, Colorado Gives Day is an opportunity for Coloradans across the state to come together with the common goal of strengthening our communities by helping to power nonprofits. By supporting organizations that are essential to protecting and nurturing our quality of life here in Colorado, Colorado Gives Day is the perfect way for
Mark your calendars for the 34th Homes for the Holidays tour to be presented the weekend of December 1, 2018. One of Boulder’s most enduring holiday traditions returns next year bigger and better than ever before!