Boulder County Parks & Open Space seeking volunteers for two cultural history programs

The following is a press release from Boulder County and is published bu the Longmont Observer as a public service.

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Boulder County Parks & Open Space is seeking volunteers for two cultural history programs.

Living History Demonstrators lead fun and easy demonstrations at special events and weekday school field trips at the Walker Ranch Homestead, an 1880s-era ranch in foothills west of Boulder. This is a great opportunity for families to get involved and volunteer together. The application deadline is Friday, May 1. Please visit the Walker Ranch Living History Demonstrator webpage for more information and to apply.

Mining Museum Guides work at the Nederland Mining Museum and James F. Bailey Assay Office Museum welcoming visitors, teaching them about the mining history of Boulder County and museum collections. There are also opportunities to lead educational programs for organized groups. Application deadline is Friday, May 9. Please visit the Mining Museum Guide webpage for more information and to apply.

Questions? Contact Sheryl Kippen at skippen@bouldercounty.org or 303-776-8848.

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