Cultural Arts Program

Event Calendar   


May 26-Jul 16

May 26

June 24

Botanical Art exhibit
Oil and Pastels by Susan T. Fisher
Weekends and Holidays, May 27 - July 16, 12-4pm
Opening Reception, Friday, May 26, 5-7pm

Artist's Demonstration, Saturday, June 24, 12-4pm
Susan has served as Coordinator for the Botanical Art and Illustration Program at Denver Botanic Gardens, and Director of the Art Institute at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. She is past president of the Board of Directors of the American Society of Botanical Artists and Honorary Director of the Rocky Mountain Society of Botanical Illustrators. Her illustrations and sculptures appear in numerous periodicals, books, florilegia, private collections and national exhibits.
$5 Exhibit and schoolhouse tour     Tickets
Opening Reception Free, no ticket needed

June 24

The Dancewicz-Doucet Duo
Violin/Piano ensemble concert

Saturday, June 24, 7pm

Violinist Dominika Dancewicz and Pianist Donald Doucet have earned steadily growing recognition for their compelling, eclectic and thought-provoking programs that include significant music from every musical era, as well as excursions into jazz and pop. The Dancewicz-Doucet Duo is based in Houston, Texas.
     Ms. Dancewicz, a native of Poland, has performed on the world’s most prestigious concert stages including the Berlin Philharmonic, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Salle Pleyel in Paris, Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. and Carnegie Hall in New York. Her recording credits include Dux and Deutsche Grammophon labels. She has performed with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra, Houston Ballet, Foundation for Modern Music, Opera Vista, Musiqua, Shreveport Symphony and the Victoria Bach Festival, to name just a few, and performs with the Houston Latin Philharmonic and the Chamber Orchestra of San Antonio. She was appointed the concertmaster of the Opera in the Heights for the 2016-17 season. An avid chamber musician, Dominika has performed in an array of music groups in Europe, Asia and the United States. She is a founding member of the Axiom Quartet, currently the String Quartet-In-Residence at University of St. Thomas in Houston.
     Donald Doucet has earned music degrees from the University of Houston, where he studied piano with Robert Brownlee, and the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati, where he studied accompanying with Kenneth Griffiths. He is currently Faculty Accompanist/Organist at St. John’s School in Houston and has previously held Staff and Faculty positions at The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University, San Jacinto College, and Lone Star College, and has performed with many leading music ensembles including the Houston Symphony and Houston Ballet.
Cabaret style concert, cash bar, light dessert. Advance tickets recommended.
$20 advance, $25 at the door       Tickets

June 29

Mountain Composting
CSU Master Gardeners
Thursday, June 29, 6pm

Composting in the mountains poses unique challenges.  Join CCC Master Gardeners to discuss the ins and outs. RSVP by the Monday prior. Must have 5 RSVPs to hold event.
Free, donations welcome       Register

July 1

Nathan McEuen concert

with Natalie Gelman
Saturday, July 1, 7pm

Nathan McEuen has written 100's of songs and independently produced six albums, with combined album sales of over 60,000 copies... his career so far has been filled with over 2,500 live shows across the U.S.A., Canada & Europe including: The Grand Ole Opry (3 times), American Idol (w/ Steve Martin), The Tonight Show (w/ Hanna-McEuen), Music City Roots, XM/Sirius Radio, The Stagecoach Festival, and composing/performing an original music score for a series of performances for USC's theater production of William Shakespeare's - Romeo & Juliet (November 2016).
     Nathan's first big solo performance happened around his 15th birthday when he was asked by his father John McEuen (of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) to sing and play guitar at the Olympic Bid Party for the International Olympic Committee in Salt Lake City (March 1995)… It wasn't until 15 minutes before 'downbeat' when Nathan realized he'd be performing outdoors at the Gallivan Center for over 15,000 people and opening for John Denver...
     Through the years Nathan has opened for, performed with artists such as: Jim Messina, Dave Mason, Chris Hillman, Dwight Yoakam, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Lyle Lovett, Bon Jovi, Leon Russell, Steve Martin, John Oates, Willie Nelson, John Denver, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Brett Dennen, Kenny Loggins, The Dillards, Jaime Hanna & Jonathan McEuen (aka Hanna-McEuen), Riders in the Sky, Billy Bob Thornton, John Carter Cash, and more...
     Often compared to Sheryl Crow, Jewel and Joni Mitchell, Natalie Gelman’s music is contemporary and timeless. She writes honest, heartfelt songs - responding to current affairs and revealing parts of her inner self with the world. A modern day troubadour, Natalie performs across the country and recently completed her first 10 week European tour. A New York busker at heart, she continues to play what she calls her favorite stage while also performing at the House of Blues, Webster Hall and festivals across the country.
Tickets $15 advance, $18 at door     Tickets

July 22

Harry Tuft concert

with Claudia Cupp and Gary Jorgensen
Saturday, July 22, 7pm

A folk musician in Colorado since the 60s, Harry Tuft has often been called the godfather of the Denver folk music scene through his establishment of the Denver Folklore Center, and his involvement in founding Swallow Hill. Harry was inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame in 2012. As a promoter, he brought acts like Joan Baez, Mamas and Papas, Judy Collins and Arlo Guthrie to Colorado. It's an honor to host him in concert at the Georgetown Heritage Center. Opening act: local musicians Claudia Cupp and Gary Jorgensen.
$15 advance, $18 at the door     Tickets

Jul 22-Oct 28

July 21

Colorado Then and Now Photography exhibit

Mark Afman, Photographer

Saturdays and Sundays, July 22-Oct 28, and Labor Day, 12-4pm

Opening reception: Friday, July 21 5-7pm

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     
Opening Reception Free, no ticket needed

July 27

Wildflower Seed Collection

CSU Master Gardeners
Thursday, July 27, 6pm

Collecting and sowing your own wildflower seed is a great way to enhance and diversify your mountain garden. CCC MGs will share techniques, timing, storage, benefits and applicable laws of wildflower seed collection. Seeds and pods from a variety of plants will be on display. Weather permitting, we will take a short walk to the Native Plant Demonstration Garden.
RSVP by the Monday prior. Must have 5 RSVPs to hold event.
Free, donations welcome     Register

Save these dates!

Check back soon for details and more 2017 events. 

Aug 16

Solar Eclipse workshop, with Naomi Pequette, Denver Museum of Nature & Science

Wednesday, August 16, 1pm

Aug 18

Rapidgrass concert
Friday, August 18, 7pm

Aug 31

First Annual Garden Party & FundraiserCSU Extension Services
Thursday, August 31, 5pm

Sept 16

Copperplate Calligraphy workshop, with Jill Quillian, Calligraphy and Silk artist

Saturday, September 16, 10am-4pm

Sept 20

Django in Georgetown, Gypsy Jazz Festival, concert and workshops
featuring Gypsy Swing Guitarist Joscho Stephan, with Gypsy Cattle Drive

Wednesday, September 20, check back for times

Sept 28

Wine Jelly workshop, CSU Master Gardeners
Thursday, September 28, 6pm

Oct 7

John Adams concert, John Denver Festival

Saturday, October 7, 7pm

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 30 minutes before a concert or performance. Open seating.

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