Join us for an afternoon of elegant tea and delicate snacks, complete with china teacups and saucers, and a special presentation from renowned "Legendary Ladies" historical characters come to life!
Dr. Susan Anderson: 1870-1960 Frontier Physician- Spirited, petite and dedicated to healing, this frontier physician thrived in Middle Park and Fraser, Colorado surrounded by people who needed her skills. Her story emphasizes the deadly Spanish Influenza epidemic of 1918 and the effects of alcohol and prohibition. Passionate. Inductee in Colorado Women’s Hall of Fame. Victorian Costume
Mabel Dodge Luhan: 1879-1962 Philanthropist/Bohemian Rebel: She was called a Bohemian rebel with too much money and too many husbands, but Mabel Dodge Luhan used her connections to make Taos, New Mexico, a world famous art colony and was an advocate for the Taos Pueblo Indians. Her Taos home has been designated a National Historic Landmark. Artfully told. 1920’s Costume
Lillie Hitchcock Coit: 1843-1929 Patroness of Firefighters: Eccentric patroness of San Francisco's volunteer firefighters and the benefactor for the construction of the Coit Tower, Lillie Coit was known for her passion.
We would like to recognize Arapahoe County for their generous financial support to help us hold these events.
Address: PO Box 386, Strasburg, CO 80136