MEEKER I The Rio Blanco Historical Society had an educational and entertaining quarterly meeting at St. James Episcopal Church in Meeker June 30. The meeting was held in the hall named for Father Will Richards, in honor of guest speaker Andrew Cooley, who was in character as Father Richards.
RBC I The Rio Blanco County Historical Society had a very busy Range Call celebration, helping wrap up the 128th edition of the Fourth of July in Meeker.
MEEKER | The public is invited to “Stories of the Parish” presented by the Rio Blanco County Historical Society on June 30 in Meeker.
MEEKER | A program titled “Pioneer Women of Rio Blanco County” will be presented April 7 at Kilowatt Korner in Meeker.
Roughly 60 Meeker residents spent an educational two hours on April 14 at Meeker High School, learning firsthand about President Abraham Lincoln. John Voehl of Littleton captivated the audience at the free performance with stories and anecdotes about Lincoln’s childhood, young adulthood and his presidential years.
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.
MEEKER I To commemorate the sesquicentennial anniversary of the presidency and life history of Abraham Lincoln, one of America’s greatest presidents, the Meeker Arts and Cultural Council and the Rio Blanco County Historical Society will cooperatively sponsor a reenactment by John Voehl of Littleton, Colo.
RBC I Members of the Rio Blanco County Historical Society elected board members and officers for the coming terms at their quarterly meeting Jan. 8.
RBC I The Rio Blanco Historical Society met Sunday for their first general membership quarterly meeting in 2012. The meeting was followed with a presentation by Bob Silbernagal on the topic of his newly-published book entitled “Troubled Trails” about the Meeker Massacre and the events that followed.