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The Museum hosts educational activities throughout the year. Tours of the Museum and the Historic Fall River Hydroplant may be arranged for groups of 10 or more people by contacting the Curator of Education. All programs take place at the Museum unless otherwise noted.
Museum staff will present outside of the facility on historical topics of interest for groups in the surrounding Estes Park area. To request a speaker for your next event please contact the Curator of Education. Below are a list of popular presentation topics.
Joe Mills life was not as well-known as that of his older brother Enos until Estes Park Historian Laureate James Pickering wrote an extensive biography entitled “Joe Mills of Estes Park: A Colorado Life.” Pickering argued that Joe's life was dominated by three passions: athletics, civic life, and writing.
Saturday, October 28 & Sunday, October 29
Photographs of last year’s competition and guidelines for participants are available to view for inspiration and ideas.
For those who not sure if they would like to participate and would like more information, please attend the Table Setting 101 presentation on Friday, September 15 at the Estes Park Museum.
The cost to enter a table setting is $20 for individuals and $30 for those who wish to team up with friends or members of a club. Challenge your social or work groups for a competition within the competition. For those who wish to browse the creations there will be a $5 admission fee. All proceeds benefit the Estes Park Museum.