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Come explore these fun-filled fall programs at Quincy Farm!
  • Explore Colorado History with Jeri L. Norgren Neff and John Fielder
  • Stargazing at Quincy Farm
  • Fall Adventure Day with Bees and Raptors at Quincy Farm

Come celebrate the Season with us at CHLP!   Sign up for these socially distant, fun-filled events at Quincy Farm.

Cherry Hills Land Preserve


Don't miss out on these dates!

September 27
3:00 - 5:00 pm

Calling all Colorado HIstory Buffs! 
Book Discussion
with Author Jeri L. Norgren Neff & John Fielder

Join Cherry Hills Land Preserve as we chat with author Jeri L. Norgren Neff about her new book: Colorado’s Highest; The History of Naming the 14,000-Foot Peaks   Colorado’s Highest; The History of Naming the 14,000-Foot Peaks is an exciting new book Jeri collaborated on with John Fielder which details the fascinating history of the discovery and naming of our highest peaks.  

The complete history of the 14er names has never been written until now and considering the popularity of our highest peaks, this book will definitely fill a void in Colorado’s history. The stories of our highest peaks are fascinating – did you know that Mount Evans was not the original name for that magnificent peak? It was christened Mount Rosalie as a romantic gesture and the name stood for 30 years.   

Join Jeri and John as they share stories about our beloved peaks while enjoying an afternoon at Quincy Farm!

October 8
8:00 pm

Stargazing at Quincy Farm

We are trying to see our stars one last time!  Please join CHLP and Kent's very own Mr. Gaffney as we get a tour of our skies and view with skies through his amazing telescope.  Quincy Farm is one of the few dark places in the Denver Metro.  Join us for this magical night!

Don't forget to bring blankets, chairs, jackets and masks.

October 11
3:00-5:00 pm

CHLP's Fall Adventure at Quincy Farm

Come join us for these fun-filled fall activities!
  • A Raptors Presentation with Nature's Educators and four raptor ambassadors (We don't know which raptors, it depends on who is having a good feather day!). The whole family will love this!
  • Learn all about bees!  A behind-the-scenes look at honeybees and backyard beekeeping - complete with a live honeybee hive demonstration
  • A family-friendly scavenger hunt highlighting the health and habitat of Colorado’s “hidden helpers” (ie the 900+ native Bee Species that keep our plants and parks and pastures thriving)
  • “Bees & Biodiversity in our Backyard” - a panel discussion led by experts in the field
  • Cider and Caramel apples will be served for Fall appetites!
  • A Community Seed-Swap of preferred flowers and fauna for our pollinator pals

Please RSVP as we are trying to keep this a healthy and safe event for everyone!

We are doing the onsite programs under the Tri-County Health Guidelines, so our on-site classes are smaller to accommodate Covid-19 guidelines. Reserve your spot early!

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