Tread of Pioneers Museum’s History Happy Hours: “Hell’s Swift Alley – Sex, Drugs and Questionable Whiskey in Old Colorado”

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event

When:

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Time:

5:30PM-6:30 PM

Where:

Butcherknife Brewery

Cost:

Free

Join the Tread of Pioneers Museum the first Tuesday of every month, October through April, at 5:30pm at the Butcherknife Brewery (2875 Elk River Road) for our most popular event series called “History Happy Hours.” The event takes the rowdy and raucous side of Routt County and Colorado history out to the community and into beloved happy hour. To sweeten the deal, each attendee receives one free craft beer compliments of Butcherknife Brewery.
This month, native Colorado author Randi Samuelson-Brown will lead a discussion on the 1890s world of prostitution, licit and illicit drugs, bad whiskey recipes and the saloon and brothel culture that flourished in Colorado. Books available for sale and signing.