Society Purpose and Activities

The Red Feather Historical Society, Inc. is a Colorado nonprofit, tax exempt, 501(c)(3) corporation that was established in 1985 to:

  • provide a self guided, outdoor museum featuring logging, mining, and ranching;
  • promote the history of  the area by partnering with other organizations in the area;
  • preserve and maintain the Robinson Homestead Cabin and the items on display;
  • preserve the history of the region through a virtual museum via our website with oral histories and historical site photos through our website www.redfeatherhistoricalsociety.org ;
  • promote awareness of historically significant sites by providing educational tours and events about the area and surrounding sites;
  • document the history of the area through oral and digital histories from long time residents;
  • designate historical buildings or sites in Red Feather, Livermore, Glacier View, Crystal Lakes, Poudre Canyon and Cherokee Park;
  • provide signage and possibly matching grants for the preservation of these historical buildings;
  • bring people together in celebration of the season by providing The Greening of Red Feather Craft Fair – a place for booths specializing in original arts and crafts and promoting community holiday activities;
  • and provide community members an opportunity to join together at social events with our Annual Dinner Meeting in June with entertainment and a Holiday Dinner in December.