Cultural Arts Program

Event Calendar   


Jul 22-Oct 29

Colorado Then and Now Photography exhibit

Mark Afman, Photographer / Historical images courtesy of Denver Public Library

Saturdays and Sundays through Oct 29, 12-4pm

Two Photos, Two Eras, One Place. See the history of Colorado in a new way. Travel back in time. Inspired by John Fielder, photographer Mark Afman was fascinated with the idea that you could see, in photos, the changes, or lack thereof, in certain places. He has photographed images that mirror historic photos from the Denver Public Library digital collection.

$5 Exhibit and schoolhouse tour      Tickets

Oct 26

Ornamental Grasses

CSU Master Gardeners
Thursday, October 26, 6pm

Wildflowers get all the love and attention but have you ever thought about adding grasses to your mountain garden? There is a plethora of wonderful native and ornamental grasses that grow and thrive at high elevation. Many are quite beautiful, adding different textures, colors and year-round interest to your garden as well as providing food and shelter for our mountain wildlife. Join us to learn a little more about some of these grasses and how you can incorporate them into your garden! Giveaways & light refreshments provided.
Following the presentation, we will be holding a seed exchange. If interested, please bring seed to share. If you have questions, contact the CCC CSU Extension Office. Please RSVP by October 24.
Free, donations welcome     Register

Oct 27

Leon Littlebird concert

Fundraiser for Friends of the Georgetown Library
Friday, October 27, 7pm

For their annual fundraiser, the Friends of the Georgetown Library presents Leon Joseph Littlebird for an evening of stories, music and entertainment. Leon embodies the spirit of Colorado. With roots in both pioneer and native cultures he understands the magic of the mountains and the South West. His great grandfather was one of the original settlers in Blackhawk Colorado, and his great-uncle was a classical composer and performer in Silver Plume and Georgetown.
     This connection to the rich history of Colorado comes through in Leon's music. A prolific songwriter and performer, his unique style tells tales of Colorado and the people of the west. His performances shape compelling stories into a musical show that leaves audiences asking for more.
     Leon's ancestors also include the indigenous Navajo people of northern New Mexico. Leon understands and respects the ancient tradition of Native American Flute music. Often the Native American Flute was used as a right of passage, for ceremony and for healing. The music has a long tradition of being sacred, romantic, stimulating, and peaceful.
     Leon's flute style combines ancient flute music with captivating rhythms that weave a tapestry of unforgettable sound. His flute music has vast popularity in clubs, concerts, weddings and special events. He has performed on numerous World Class stages across the country.

$15 in advance, $20 at door     Tickets

Nov 6

Cardboard Challenge!
for Kids of All Ages
with Stephanie Mellon
Monday, November 6, 4-6pm
rescheduled from Oct 21

Build something amazing out of cardboard, recycled materials and imagination!
This is a global event! Kids of all ages around the world are building anything they can dream up. Inspired by the short film, ‘Caine’s Arcade’, the Global Cardboard Challenge is an annual event presented by the Imagination Foundation to celebrate child creativity and the role communities can play in fostering it.
$10 a kid, 20 spots available     Tickets

Nov 18

Greg Markle Film Fest
Saturday, November 18, 1-5pm, 7-11pm

A long overdue retrospective of local filmmaker Greg Markle's movies comes to the Heritage Center! Prepare to laugh and be well informed as local actors fill the big screen in stories that capture the history of our mountain towns with humor and imagination. In two segments, Greg will present his films chronologically, with commentary. Beer and wine for evening showing. Many of the actors and crew are expected to attend. Dress as your favorite character!

1:00 pm Showing
7:00 pm Showing
1982   Rastaman Surveyor
1983   She Loves Chink
1985   Quivira
1986   Clear Creek Magazine

1986   Clear Creek Magazine
1990   Shadows at 7:30
2009   Idahoe
2017   Idaho Springs Historical Society Documentaries

Admisson by donation, DVD sales to benefit KGOAT radio.       Tickets

Save these dates!

Check back soon for details and more 2018 events. 

Nov 26

Christmas Contata concert, Georgetown Community Choir

Sunday, November 26, 2pm

Nov 30

Pioneer Gardens & Holiday Decorating workshop, CSU Master Gardeners
Thursday, November 30, 6pm

Dec 2, 3, 9, 10

Christmas Market Art Exhibit & Movie
First two weekends in December, 12-4pm

Dec 21

Celebrate Winter Solstice ~ Heritage Hops workshop, CSU Master Gardeners

Thursday, December 21, 6pm


Feb 10

Hazel Miller Band concert, Valentine's weekend

Saturday, February 10, 7pm

Mar 10

A Night of French Music concert, strings
Saturday, March 10, 7pm

Aor 7

Joshua Sawicki concert, pianist featuring Gershwin and Joplin
Saturday. April 7, 7pm

Apr 21

Scarf and Birds Felting workshop, with Karin Neidfeldt
Saturday, April 21, 10am-4pm

Jun 8-10

Self Publishing weekend, partnering with Colorado Independent Publishers Association
Friday, June 8 through Sunday June 10

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.

                                                     Cancellation Policy

Thank you to our Season Sponsors!


Georgetown Trust for Conservation and Preservation, Inc.

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Trust: 1491 Argentine Street, Georgetown, Colorado 80444    303.569.0289
Heritage Center: 809 Taos Street, Georgetown, CO 80444  303.569.0289
Visitor Center: 1491 Argentine Street, Georgetown, CO 80444    303.569.2405

Georgetown Heritage  Center