From Buffalo Peaks Ranch to Denver’s Curtis Park

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You’re Invited to the

Pie Factory Pop-up

Help us celebrate the Land Library’s Headwaters to Plains Network

The amazingly diverse landscapes of the American West have inspired a trio of Rocky Mountain Land Library sites along the South Platte River, starting in the headwaters with South Park’s Buffalo Peaks Ranch, flowing to where the river meets the plains at our Waterton Canyon Library, and finally on to the Puritan Pie Factory, home of the Land Library’s new urban center in Denver’s historic Curtis Park neighborhood.

Thursday, October 20th

5:00 – 9:00pm

The Puritan Pie Company

26th & Champa, Denver

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If you like Pie, you won’t want to miss this fun evening!

There will be food, drink, and pie aplenty, along with music and a Silent Auction full of art and inspiration. Hear about upcoming plans and programs, and all the ways you can make the Land Library your own.

During the evening we will literally start unpacking the Land Library. Just a few boxes of surprising titles to start, with more than 1,5oo to go!

Please RSVP — suggested donation, $25

Click Here for Tickets

With THANKS to Aurora Water, Chelsea Green Publishing, Davis Graham & Stubbs, & Denver Water for their sponsorship of the Pie Factory Pop-up!

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South Park’s Buffalo Peaks Ranch, the Land Library’s headwaters home

 

 

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2 thoughts on “From Buffalo Peaks Ranch to Denver’s Curtis Park

  1. Congratulations!!! SO wish I could be there. I’m there in spirit – you know I am. Congrats again – and thank you so much for all your work.

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