Cultural Arts Program & Heritage Center Events​ 

May 29

Hands-On Herbs
CSU Extension Master Gardeners
Wednesday, May 29, 6-8pm
Learn which herbs grow best in the mountains and tips for success. Registration fee includes everything you need to build your very own miniature herb garden. This workshop is for children and adults; children under 14 must be accompanied by a participating adult; no more than three youth/adult. Giveaways and light refreshments provided. 40 max, 20 minimum
$20      Tickets

Jun 1

1874 School Day

Saturday, June 1, 11am-3pm

Georgetown Cultural Arts - in partnership with Think 360 Arts for Learning, Georgetown Community School, and Clear Creek Library District - is launching "1874 School Day," a celebration of arts, culture, and history. To celebrate the Georgetown Heritage Center's past as the 1874 Georgetown School, we are working on a collaborative community mural with teaching artist Tony Ortega. Designed in advance with the Georgetown 5th grade class, the artwork will be reflective of Georgetown, the school, and the people, places, and events that define who we were, who we are, and who we are becoming. Help us "paint through time" by coming to paint this new art installation! Sign up for a time to paint (must register for mural participation in advance) or just drop by to be a part of this exciting new event! Also: experience Living in the Classroom with Veronica Elliott, see a collection of historic short silent films, visit Clear Creek Library District's Local History Archives, and dress up for a keepsake image from Silver Queen Walking Tour's Victorian Photobooth.
FREE, Donations encouraged to help support the event     Tickets

Jun 7

First Friday Movie Night 
Clear Creek Library District
Friday, June 7, 5pm


Jun 28-30

GEOCON: Writers’ Conference
Friday through Sunday, June 28-30

Our third annual publishing conference! Georgetown Indie Con (GEOCON) is an independent writers' conference that takes place in the Rocky Mountain National Historic Landmark District town of Georgetown, Colorado. The Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi) defines independent “indie” author which covers the spectrum of completely self-published to traditionally published authors who see themselves as “creative director of your author-business." Helping independent authors successfully publish is our goal. Connect with and learn from successful authors and industry professionals in an intimate environment. Workshops, speakers, networking. Tickets available now. VIsit this link for keynote speakers and presenters:
Details and tickets

July 13

Felted Flowers workshop
Karin Niedfeldt
Saturday, July 13, 10am-2pm

In this workshop you will learn how to make two types of beautiful wool flowers using different felting techniques. These flowers can be used as a brooch or scarf/shawl pin. A flower can also be used on a hat or coat or has a part of your decor. All class materials are included. Beginners welcome.

$30     Tickets

July 21

Garden Party
CSU Extension Master Gardeners
Sunday, July 21

Aug 2-3

Georgetown Plein AIr

Friday-Saturday, August 2-3

Opening Reception August 3rd

Exhibit and Sale August 3-18

The Georgetown Cultural Arts Program is pleased to present our second Plein Air event in historic, picturesque Georgetown, Colorado. Just 45 minutes west of Denver along I-70 at 8,500 ft elevation, and part of the Georgetown-Silver Plume National Landmark Historic District, a charming town of colorful Victorian buildings ringed by mountain views, Georgetown has long been a favorite of artists. Registration, exhibition and sale will be held at Georgetown Heritage Center, recently restored 1874 schoolhouse, at 809 Taos Street. Artists, join us for this painting event in the summer ​mountain air!
Paintings will be on exhibition and for sale starting August 3 through August 18.

Artist Registration

Sept 21

Dakota Blonde Concert

Saturday, September 21, 7pm
Dakota Blonde is one of the most unique acoustic sounds around. Their combination of original tunes and carefully selected covers, along with their endearing stage presence and humor is out of this world! Their musical sound is hard to classify, but best put, they are acoustic folk, part bluegrass, part acoustic rock, part singer/songwriter, and sometimes even Celtic. A unique blend of heart, authenticity and contagious spirit! Their acoustic sound is like no other, with such tightly blended harmonies that you would swear they were born to sing together. We're thrilled to have them return to the Heritage Center!
Reservations highly recommended.
Check back soon for tickets.

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Watch this space for more concerts and events!

  • CSU Extension Services, including CSU Master Gardeners, programs and workshops are held monthly Wednesday evenings
  • Clear Creek Library District First Friday movie nights monthly
  • Coming soon: Movie Club, watch and discuss selected films, fall 2019
  • Devil Moon concert series, Classical/Jazz, February-April 2020

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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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Thank You to our  Sponsors!


Georgetown Heritage  Center

Georgetown Trust for Conservation and Preservation, Inc.

© 2014 | All Rights Reserved.   Georgetown Trust is a 501(c)(3) organization.

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