2015 was a great year for local history education and preservation in Fort Collins. Throughout the year, PLF provided events focused on Fort Collins history.

Please consider a year-end donation to help PLF continue its mission in 2016.
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PLF's 2015 Highlights
Water Works
PLF's dream of a Water Works Water Interpretation Center for Northern Colorado is soon to be realized! Read more about this exciting project.
Old-Fashioned 4th of July
PLF offers a free July 4th celebration to the community each year on the Avery House lawn. See the photo gallery of the 2015 event.
HHT and free trolley rides
The 31st annual Historic Homes Tour was attended by hundreds of people. See the photo gallery.
Blacksmithing demo
The Big Splash at the 1883 Water Works included a blacksmithing demo. There's nothing like live demos to bring history to life in our community!
Avery House school tour
Over 1,000 2nd graders toured the 1879 Avery House in 2015. Costumed docents provided lively stories about life in Fort Collins in the Victorian era.
Holiday Tea
The Holiday Open Houses at the 1879 Avery House were embellished by a holiday boutique and holiday teas held in the Avery Carriage House.
Your donation will help PLF continue its mission in 2016. 
Give Where You Live! Thank you! 
Poudre Landmarks Foundation Board of Directors
Thom Tisthammer, President | Jennifer Kutzik, Secretary | Tom Boardman | Cheryl Donaldson | Doug Ernest | Lynda Lloyd | Kimberly Miller | Pat Nelson | Jacques Rieux | Robin Stitzel | Pam Thomas | Alexandra Wallace | William Whitley

Jennifer Beccard, Exec. Director | Linda Harty, Admin. Assistant
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