Gilpin couple revives ‘soul’ of state’s oldest brew
Craft Beer / Food & Drink

Gilpin couple revives ‘soul’ of state’s oldest brew

By Jeffrey V. Smith DENVER Almost anyone can revive a brand, but it takes a devoted, dedicated individual to bring back its “soul.” Tivoli Brewing Company’s co-owner Corey Marshall, who painstakingly brought the state’s oldest brewery and one of Denver’s most popular brews back to life in 2012, is that person. Years of work, by … Continue reading

New exhibits on display at Gilpin History Museum
Arts

New exhibits on display at Gilpin History Museum

By Jennifer Pund CENTRAL CITY The Gilpin Historical Society invites the public to explore two new exhibits on display at the Gilpin Museum until Labor Day. In honor of our current election season, “We Want Willkie” celebrates 1940 Republican nominee Wendell Willkie’s campaign visit to Central City while “All the World’s Fair, 1876, Centennial Exposition” … Continue reading

Culture

Prospective4-H Club members welcome to visit, explore several topics

GILPIN COUNTY – The Gilpin Archwood 4-H Club is in full swing this spring with several activities currently available for youth ages 8-18. All prospective members are welcome to visit and explore several topics. Regularly Scheduled 4-H Club meetings (prospective members are welcome to check these out before enrolling) at the Extension Barn (230 Norton … Continue reading

Culture

Virtual meeting concerning recreational sport shooting, April 13

Boulder County, Colo. – The Northern Front Range Recreational Sport Shooting Management Partnership (NFRRSSMP) has scheduled a Virtual Meeting for April 13, 6-8 p.m. The Partnership is comprised of representatives from Larimer, Boulder, Gilpin and Clear Creek counties as well as the U.S. Forest Service and Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Anyone with an interest in … Continue reading