Legend has it that the equinox is conducive to time travel, so what better night to have a Time Travelers Ball? Join us on March 19 at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery for dancing, food, drinks, contests, and more. Have your photo taken in a full-size Doctor Who-style TARDIS, dance to the Colorado Swing Cats, and see movies in the museum's digital dome theatre!

What: Time Travelers Ball: Equinox Adventures
When: Saturday, March 19, 7-11 p.m.
Where: Museum of Discovery, 408 Mason Ct.
Cost: $35/ticket for 2 or more tickets, $40 for single ticket*
*After March 14, price increases to $50 per ticket.

Proceeds go to PLF's mission to preserve, restore, protect, and interpret the architectural and cultural heritage of the Fort Collins area.

Eventbrite - Time Travelers Ball: Equinox Adventures
The 1883 Fort Collins Water Works is a community treasure. This rustic museum on Overland Trail road showcases not only a beautiful historic building but also a scenic property with vintage apple trees and one of the area's largest and oldest cottonwood trees. The architectural and engineering aspects of the pump house and filter room offer vivid historical information to visitors of all ages. 

Friends of the Water Works (FWW), the volunteer group that helps PLF preserve and interpret the Water Works, is looking for volunteers to join its ranks!

Whatever your talent or interest, FWW can put it to good use. Whether you have a little time or a lot of time, you can make a difference. From hands-on projects like gardening to "heads-on" projects like guiding visitors during Water Works open houses, we have a use for every skill and would love to meet you.

Interested in joining FWW?
Email us or call (970) 221-0533.
A Century of Fashion at the Avery House
Margaret Brown Exhibit Feb-Jul2016
A remarkable assemblage of a century of fine womenswear, mid-1800s to mid-1900s, the Margaret Brown Collection is among the largest donations of historic costume to PLF. Come to the Avery House and see a beautiful, extensive range of fashion, from evening gowns to sportswear, outerwear to undergarments, hats to shoes.

Exhibit Dates: Feb. 6 - Jul. 10
Times: Saturdays & Sundays, 1:00-4:00
Details: 328 W. Mountain Ave., Fort Collins. Free admission; donations appreciated. No reservations needed.

Margaret Brown's lifelong love of vintage fashion resulted in an extensive collection that she used for charity fashion shows. Brown, who currently lives in Denver, had been on the lookout for a suitable place to donate her collection. After seeing the Rocky Mountain PBS Arts District feature on the Avery House's 2013 Downton Abbey-inspired costume exhibit, Brown contacted PLF about donating her collection. PLF is delighted and honored to share, through this exhibit, Margaret Brown's legacy of fashion and friendship.
Poudre Landmarks Foundation Board of Directors
Thom Tisthammer, President | Jennifer Kutzik, Secretary | Tom Boardman, Vice President | Cheryl Donaldson | Lynda Lloyd | Kimberly Miller | Pat Nelson | Jacques Rieux | Dick Spiess | Robin Stitzel | Pam Thomas | Alexandra Wallace | William Whitley

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