RBC I The Rio Blanco County Historical Society quarterly meeting was held Oct. 6, highlighted by a great presentation on homesteaders in Rio Blanco County. Connie Theos explained the history of homesteading and the different types of homesteads
RBC | Everyone is invited to “Homesteading in Rio Blanco County,” presented by the Rio Blanco County Historical Society on Sunday.
MEEKER I Rio Blanco County Historical Society partnered with ERBM Recreation and Park District to provide Meeker children an opportunity to discover history in their own backyard. History Camp was conducted each Thursday in June with approximately 15 youths in attendance each week.
MEEKER I White River Museum at 565 Park St. is open every day. Colorado’s only curio museum. See fascinating exhibits such as Teddy Roosevelt’s chair, Native American exhibits, pioneer art and artifacts and much more!
MEEKER I The public is invited to “Stories of the Parish” presented by the Rio Blanco County Historical Society on June 30 in Meeker.
MEEKER I The Rio Blanco County Historical Society and Meeker Arts and Cultural Committee are partnering again at this year’s annual Old Timers’ Dinner and Dance to capture stories from area pioneers and their descendants.
MEEKER | MACC and the Rio Blanco County Historical Society have joined to cooperatively present John Voehl, a renowned Abraham Lincoln re-enactor in an evening production on Thursday, March 14, at 7 p.m. at the Meeker High School auditorium.
RBC I The Rio Blanco County Historical Society had their quarterly meeting Sunday and 27 people showed up to enjoy the Cowboy Heritage theme.
MEEKER I From telegraph’s “Singing Wires” of the late 1800’s to 4G cell phones today, Rio Blanco County has been a part of the telecommunications ride. But somewhere in between, when there was a switchboard in the hospital and one in the Meeker Hotel; when party lines were the norm and most everyone had a […]