If you love history, art, photography, music, nature, books and more, please join us for a Friends & Family Ranch Day, presented by the Park Country Creative Alliance and the Rocky Mountain Land Library.
Come to historic Buffalo Peaks Ranch and experience History Inspiring Art. Artists, musicians, photographers and historic interpreters will be demonstrating their creative arts, while sharing tips and insights with everyone. Bring your own cameras, musical instruments, or art materials or grab some of the basic supplies we will have on hand and be inspired by the people and the place to produce your own art.
The kids will love the Young Readers Library, and learn more about nature and the history of the ranch with their very own Pocket Guide to Buffalo Peaks Ranch, plus a special bandana to help guide them on a scavanger hunt.
Those who want to just relax and enjoy the beauty of the area can stop by the Main House and learn about the history of this historic ranch and South Park. Or simply take a stroll along the Middle Fork of the South Platte River!
The event is free, with a recommended $10 donation for individuals, or $30 donation for families.
Registration begins at 9:30am on Sunday, August 15th, and the Friends & Family Ranch Day gets underway at 10:00am.
Location: Buffalo Peaks Ranch is approximately 8 miles from Fairplay on Hwy 9; half way between Fairplay and Hartsel. The ranch is on the east side of Hwy 9, on the north bank of the Middle Fork of the South Platte River.
Park County Creative Alliance firstname.lastname@example.org or www.parkcreates.org
Rocky Mountain Land Library email@example.com or www.landlibrary.wordpress.com
Thanks to our sponsors, the South Park National Heritage Area and The Summit Foundation – Soul of the Summit, for their generous support!