Cultural Arts Program & Heritage Center Events​ 



Nov 17

Gypsy Cattle Drive concert

with Mark Morris
Saturday, November 17, 7pm

Three musicians from Rapidgrass make up Gypsy Cattle Drive, playing high octane gypsy swing with rhythms that borrow from Bluegrass, Latin, Western Swing, and Celtic music. The trio was born in Silver Plume Colorado, 2013 and consists of Texas Fiddle Champion Coleman Smith, Texas A&M bass virtuoso Carl Meinecke, and Idaho Springs' son free-skiing guitarist Mark Morris. The group thrives off natural dynamics and energy while keeping a keen sense of musicianship in every song. gypsycattledrive.com

$25 advance | $30 door      Tickets


Nov 25

Christmas Cantata
Georgetown Community Choir

Sunday, November 25, 2pm

Georgetown's classic Christmas Contata concert, with a choir of 25 or more, conducted by Norma Hafenstein.
Free, donations welcome


Nov 29

Cookie Decorating for Beginners workshop
CSU Extension
Thursday, November 29, 6-8pm

Wow your family & friends this holiday season by creating festive magic on a cookie canvas! Learn with Master Cookie Artist Teri Lewis. Check out her AMAZING cookie gallery at tweetscookieconnection.com Our decorating theme will be Winter in the Mountains ~ snowflakes, elk, cabins, etc. Don’t miss this fun and delicious workshop for ages 8 and up! 
Includes all supplies.

 Teri’s workshops typically cost $40-$75/person; cost for this workshop has been offset by a generous local donor. Must RSVP by Monday, November 26. 40 max and 20 min capacity

Ages 8-12 = $20 | Ages 13+ = $35      Tickets


Dec 1-2, 8-9


Christmas Corner 

with Historic Georgetown, Inc.'s Christmas Market
Saturdays and Sundays, December 1, 2, 8 and 9, 2018

Silver Queen Walking Tours' photo booth,  meet the authors at Bighorn Book Nook sale, screenings of John Denver's Christmas Gift movie made in Georgetown, vendors, and more.

Free, donations welcome



Dec 20

Ring in the Holiday Season - Traditional Holiday Celebrations
CSU Extension
Thursday, December 20, 6-7:30pm

Discover a century of local holiday traditions and celebrations ~ from the mid-1800s to the mid-1900s. Clear Creek County Master Gardeners & friends will give a brief presentation, sing carols, and demonstrate holiday craft-making. Come share your holiday memories and make a holiday decoration. Give-aways and light refreshments provided. Please RSVP by 12/17 (25 participants Max / 10 Min)

Free, donations appreciated!     Tickets
 



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Check back soon for upcoming events


       2019
        Watch for 2019 events, including our annual signature events:

  • Devil Moon: Classical and Jazz Concert series, February-April
  • GeoCon: Independent Publishing Writers’ conference, June 28-30
    georgetownindiecon.wordpress.com

  • Plein Air Painting Event and Art Exhibit and Sale, August
  • Monthly gardening talks with CSU Master Gardeners









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Classes must be registered and paid in advance to ensure minimum enrollment.


Concerts It is advisable to purchase tickets in advance for concerts. Tickets are also available for purchase at the Georgetown Gateway Visitor Center. If not sold out, tickets will be available at the door. Doors open one hour before a concert or performance. Open seating unless otherwise indicated.




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