Upcoming Events

Native American Prayer Trees of Colorado Talk & Book Signing, Tuesday January 8, 2019 7pm at the Rocky Mountain Bonsai Society January meeting, in the Plant Society Building, at the Denver Botanic Gardens, 1009 York Street, Denver, CO 80206.

Rankin Scott Kelly, First Sheriff El Paso County, Colorado Territory (1861-1867) Talk & Book Signing, Thursday January 10, 2019 7pm hosted by the Castlerock Historical Society, at the Philip S. Miller Library, 100 S. Wilcox Street, Castlerock, CO 80104 (talk is free and open to the public).

Native American Prayer Trees of Colorado Talk & Book Signing, Tuesday January 15, 2019 6:30-7:30pm hosted by the Colorado Mountain Club, Pikes Peak Group, Ivywild Elementary School, 1604 S. Cascade Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80905 (talk is free and open to the public).

Native American Prayer Trees of Colorado Café Botanique Talk & Book Signing, Wednesday January 16, 2019 6:30pm hosted by the Denver Botanic Gardens, 909 York Street, Denver, CO 80206 (cost is $5 per person).

Native American Prayer Trees Field Trip (Route I leaving from the Rollercoaster Road Trailhead) in Fox Run Regional ParkSaturday June 8, 2019 9a-noon hosted by the Highlands Ranch Historical Society (to make reservations and inquire about the cost please click onto www.thehrhs.org or contact Nancy Linsenbigler at Nancy@thehrhs.org).

Native American Prayer Trees of Colorado Talk and Book Signing, Saturday June 22 2019 10a-noon at the Indian Mountain Community Center, 22 Keneu Ct, Jefferson, CO hosted by the Indian Mountain Property Owners, (event is open to the public).

Native American Prayer Trees Field Trip (Route II leaving from the Pavilion 4 Trailhead) in Fox Run Regional ParkSaturday September 21, 2019 9a-noon hosted by the Highlands Ranch Historical Society (to make reservations and inquire about the cost please click onto www.thehrhs.org or contact Nancy Linsenbigler at Nancy@thehrhs.org).

Note:  Many events require RSVPs and sometimes a registration fee to cover expenses (please contact me at JWA122@comcast.net for further details).  Note to hikers – please wear good hiking shoes, dress in layers, carry water and possibly something to snack on during the hike.