PPHS is inviting you, in lieu of the Chautauquas, an opportunity to join with the Friends Florissant Fossil Beds who are sponsoring a Zoom Webinar by Steve Plutt on the History of Lake George. You are asked to register in advance of the Wednesday June 23 event via the website listed below. Steve’s love for the region’s history is also noted below. We hope that you’ll enjoy this presentation and a SPECIAL thanks to Florissant Fossil Beds for organizing the event. You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
When: Jun 23, 2021 06:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)
Topic: The History of Lake George: Times Gone By, Lake George Colorado
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Steve Plutt is an avocational historian who grew up in Woodland Park, Colorado but has lived in Lake George for the past 48 years. A popular speaker, Steve has presented his research to historical societies and centers throughout the Pikes Peak region, ranging from Cripple Creek, Old Colorado City, Ute Pass, and the Pikes Peak Historical Society, to the City of Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce, the Lake George Charter School and the Lake George Public Library. Most recently Steve was a presenter for the Pikes Peak Regional History Symposium celebrating the 150th anniversary of the City of Colorado Springs. Steve has restored and stabilized three pioneer homestead cabins around Lake George and serves on the boards of the Park County Historic Preservation Commission, the Lake George Community Park Association, and the Park County Cemetery Board. He founded and runs an annual professional barrel racing competition in Lake George.