Hayden Heritage - "Writing History" panel discussion with Dorothy Wickenden and Harriet Freiberger
Off the Beaten Path is hosting a ticketed event featuring a panel discussion with Dorothy Wickenden and Harriet Frieberger as a kick-off event promoting the Hayden Heritage Weekend.
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Includes panel discussion with 2 featured authors, wine samplings and savory appetizers.
Travel back in time to experience frontier Hayden at the 2012 Hayden Heritage Weekend. A weekend full of interesting activities and insights. Come and explore Hayden, where Dorothy Woodruff and Rosamond Underwood, young ladies from Auburn, New York, experienced 1916 frontier life at its best, from riding to school on horseback to community dances to the challenges of ranchlife. Author Dorothy Wickenden, grand-daughter of Dorothy Woodruff and Executive Editor of The New Yorker, brought to life the adventures of Ros and Dorothy in her book ‘Nothing Daunted’. Hayden remains relatively unchanged since the early 1900s, and its western heritage is alive and well.
For more information on the weekend activities and a full event schedule visit: www.yampavalley.info and www.welovehayden.com/heritage
- 68 9th Steet
- Steamboat Springs ,
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- United States