RANGELY | The first Fireside event of the season sponsored by the Rangely Outdoor Museum will begin at 6:30 p.m. on May 11 at 200 Kennedy Dr., in Rangely. Join Glade Hadden and Richard Ott for an evening’s tour through the archaeology and history of Canyon Pintado National Historic District, and the grassroots efforts now underway to conserve its diverse cultural heritage. Bring lawn chairs, flashlights and your curiosity.
The Rangely Outdoor Museum staff wants to thank the LDS youth group and the Barnes family for helping with the annual spring clean-up of the museum grounds. We can’t run this operation without your help! […]
RANGELY | Rangely Outdoor Museum invites you to hear our veterans’ stories. Come and honor our country’s heroes with a fireside, barbecue and dutch oven cooking. Bring your own chair. It will be held July […]
RANGELY | The Bureau of Land Management’s White River Field Office recently replaced a series of interpretive signs along Canyon Pintado, a popular area south of Rangely known for its rock art and other cultural […]