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    Historical Tour of Black Forest

    Presented by at Palmer Lake Town Hall

    April 21, 2011


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    Historical Tour of Black Forest

    Join the Palmer Lake Historical Society for an informative evening and learn some fascinating details about the history of Black Forest. Terry Stokka will take us on a journey through Black Forest - highlighting some of the early buildings and residents of the area. Black Forest played a significant role in the growth of the Palmer Divide. This pictorial look at Black Forest was assembled by the Black Forest History Committee and the...

    Join the Palmer Lake Historical Society for an informative evening and learn some fascinating details about the history of Black Forest. Terry Stokka will take us on a journey through Black Forest - highlighting some of the early buildings and residents of the area. Black Forest played a significant role in the growth of the Palmer Divide. This pictorial look at Black Forest was assembled by the Black Forest History Committee and the Friends of the Old Log School. It is a delightful and educational look at one of the area's local communities.  Free refreshments will be available. 

     


    Palmer Lake Town Hall

    66 Lower Glenway Street
    Palmer Lake, CO 80133

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    Admission Info:

    Free


    General Day and Time Info:

    7:00 p.m.
    Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

     


    Phone: 719-559-0525


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