Virtual Brown Bag Storytelling Series: Tales From Egeria and Oak Hills

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event

When:

Friday, July 17, 2020

Time:

12:00PM-1:00 PM

Where:

Tread of Pioneers Museum

Cost:

Free

Since we can’t gather as a crowd inside, check out our VIRTUAL Brown Bag Storytelling Series for Summer 2020! Hear the real history from the locals who lived it! Every Friday at noon June 26 through the end of August. Instead of the annual in-person event, this year, we will virtually present a weekly highlight of the past 20 years of talks and lectures from this popular oral history series on Facebook and our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-KSMlT6jHO7qUP77-bPHkQ?view_as=subscriber & https://www.facebook.com/treadofpioneers

July 17: South Routt history comes alive in “Tales From Egeria and Oak Hills” with Nita Naugle, Tracks & Trails Museum Director, and Rita Herold, Yampa/Egeria historian and author. Originally presented on 8.28.2015.