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We had a great season at the 1883 Water Works!
Photo: Friends of the Water Works member Bill Miller speaks to guests about the history of the 1883 Water Works.
Wrapping up the season

We wrapped up the season out at the 1883 Water Works with our open house on Oct. 14th. We had a great turn-out with beautiful fall colors!
Photo: Guests at the open house examine historic artifacts found during the restoration process at the 1883 Water Works.
Great fun at the Big Splash!
How is the Water Works used today?
Poudre Landmarks Foundation and the Friends of the Water Works administers the ongoing preservation work at the water works property. They host educational open houses in the summer, group tours, and the annual Big Splash to celebrate the original opening of the Water Works. They hope to create an interpretive center for water development and use in the Fort Collins area.
Upcoming Events
Avery House Open for Tours
328 W. Mountain Avenue, Fort Collins
Saturdays & Sundays, 1 - 4 PM

Join us at the Avery House for docent-led tours to learn about this historic home and the family who lived in it. Free, donations appreciated.

Holiday Open House at the Avery House
328 W. Mountain Avenue, Fort Collins
December 2nd and 3rd, 11 am - 4 pm

See the Avery House decorated in Victorian holiday style on the first weekend in December: Saturday & Sunday Dec. 2-3 from 11 am to 4 pm. There will be 6 Victorian Christmas trees will be on display and live music played throughout the day. Grandfather Christmas will make a special appearance. 

970-221-0533 | 108 N. Meldrum Street Fort Collins, CO | info@poudrelandmarks.org
Board Members:
 Thom Tisthammer, President | Jennifer Kutzik, Secretary | Tom Boardman, Vice President | Cheryl Donaldson | Lynda Lloyd | Kimberly Miller | Pat Nelson | Jacques Rieux | Dick Spiess | Robin Stitzel 

Jennifer Beccard, Exec. Director | Alison Sale, Communications Specialist