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Author Archives: Claudine Phibbs

Monthly Presentation: R. Alan Brooks on Nat Love, “A Cowboy’s Life”

Renowned graphic novelist R. Allen Brooks has once again mesmerized readers with his latest work, “Nat Love.” Brooks has crafted a compelling portrayal of the legendary African American cowboy, Nat Love, also known as “Deadwood Dick.”  Join us on April 11, 2024 as Mr. Brooks gives a brief chat about the permanent exhibit that he … Continue reading »

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Monthly Presentation; Douglas Land Conservancy

The Douglas Land Conservancy is an important organization for Douglas County.  They work in partnership with land owners, local government, other conservation organization and citizens to evaluate, accept and monitor conservation easements.  Join us on Wed. Feb. 7, 2024 to hear more about this great organization and how they have saved many ranches from being … Continue reading »

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Monthly Presentation for January 2024: Breeds, Brands and Ranchers

January 11, 2024 7:00pm Philip S. Miller Library, Castle Rock by Larry Schlupp Breeds, Brands and Ranchers of Early Douglas County is a fascinating, educational presentation that addresses the demanding question posed by Clara Peller in the Wendy’s 1984 television commercial, “Where’s the beef?”  This bit of time travel delves into Douglas County’s early beef … Continue reading »

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Fundraiser at the B&B Cafe – Oct. 23rd – Oct. 30th

Please bring this flyer with you to the B&B 

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Walking Tour of Cedar Hill Cemetery

Please join us on Sat. Oct. 7, 2023 for a leisurely walk through historic grave sites in Cedar Hill Cemetery.  Cedar Hill was founded in 1875 and is the only cemetery in Castle Rock.  It contains the remains of pioneers significant in the early history of Castle Rock and Douglas County. Retired local history teacher, … Continue reading »

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