News and Updates
Greeley's Historic Preservation Commission sponsors activities throughout the year to educate our community about historic preservation—from workshops on preserving antique hardware and wood frame windows, to FREE summer walking tours through Greeley's historic neighborhoods. Please see the 2014 Events Calendar to view the 2014 History Brown Bag Series and walking tours.
History Brown Bag Presentations
Greeley History Museum, Community Room, 714 8th Street
Noon to 1:00 p.m.
Please plan to join us for the FREE 2014 History Brown Bag Series held on the 4th Thursday of each month from January through October. The Brown Bags are from Noon to 1:00 p.m. in the Community Room of the Greeley History Museum, 714 8th Street.
If you have a presentation related to history, local history, old buildings, and/or historic preservation and would be interested in presenting at a History Brown Bag in 2014 or doing a special presentation to the public, please contact Betsy Kellums at the Greeley Historic Preservation Office, 350.9222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walking tours typically take place on the first Monday of each month beginning in June. The tours provide citizens a chance to hear about and see interesting sites with historical and cultural significance to Greeley. The 2013 walking tours focused on the University District neighborhoods, where the Historic Preservation Commission invited the public to share stories and memories of the neighborhoods on the tours and learn about the University District and oral history project.
If you have ideas for areas and sites for future walking tours, please contact Betsy Kellums at the Greeley Historic Preservation Office, 350.9222 or email@example.com.
Past Walking Tours
Click on the topic and tour date link to the tour notes:
The Historic Preservation Office has a resource library with issues of preservation related magazines, books about historic architecture, local history, historic preservation, National Park Service publications on documenting historic buildings and the National Register, and historic resource care and maintenance publications. These publications are available for public use in the Historic Preservation Office only and are not available for checkout. Please contact the Historic Preservation Office at (970) 350-9222.
The Historic Preservation Office also offers internships for graduate and undergraduate students. Call (970) 350-9222 for information about current internships.
Windows of Time
The City of Greeley Historic Preservation Commission and Staff and GTV8 staff have co-produced several editions of a historic preservation documentary, Windows of Time . They are available on DVD for check out from the Historic Preservation Office or are available for purchase through the Museum store at the Greeley History Museum, 714 8th Street.
The following editions are available:
J.M.B. Petrikin and the Masonic Temple, February 2005
P.O.W. Camp 202, May 2005
No. 3 Ditch, December 2006
From the Volga to the Platte: Germans from Russia in Greeley, February 2009