Please note: This Event was in 2009. For a 2010 tour, visit the Colorado History Website.
October 2009 is Riverside MonthCelebrate Denver’s oldest, most historical, and most interesting cemetery during the month of October with a historical tour, an art show, and a celebratory beer brewed especially for Riverside by the Wynkoop Brewing Company.
Halloween Cemetery Tour October 31st 2-4 pm:
The Friends of Historic Riverside Cemetery are presenting a tour of Riverside on Saturday, October 31st, from 2 to 4 pm. Join us for Colorado stories told by actors and experts about some Colorado’s most important historical figures, including John Evans, Augusta Tabor, Silas Soule, Clara Brown, and many others. This is an entertaining way to experience the environment at Riverside in a way the whole family will enjoy. Guided tours will leave every 15 minutes between 2 and 3:15pm; there is no charge, and all are encouraged to attend. *Dress for a chilly October hike*
Please let us know you’re coming by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll do our best to accomodate everyone as efficiently as possible. There is no charge for the tours.
Art Reception at the Wynkoop October 31st, 5-7 pm
Following the tour, stop by the Wynkoop to warm-up and view exceptional artwork inspired by the landscape at Riverside. Read more about the “Spirits of Riverside” Art Show.
Wynkoop Beer: In conjunction with Riverside Month, the Wynkoop Brewing Company will be offering a special seasonal beer, Riverside RIP Pumpkin Ale.
The Wynkoop Brewing Company is located at 1634 18th Street at the corner of 18th and Wynkoop in lower downtown Denver. More info at wynkoop.com
Riverside Cemetery is located just two miles north of downtown Denver at 5201 Brighton Boulevard.
For more information and directions, visit friendsofriversidecemetery.org.