The St. Vrain Historical Society, Inc. (SVHS) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Colorado Corporation dedicated to the mission of “assuring a future for our community’s past” by working to preserve the heritage and history of Longmont, Colorado and the surrounding St. Vrain Valley while enhancing and encouraging a sense of community for all residents. To support its mission, SVHS fosters an awareness of, and appreciation for, local history among area citizens though historic education, interpretive programming, and the preservation of its four historic sites that they manage for their community’s education and enjoyment: Historic Hoverhome, the Hover Farmstead, Old Mill Park, and "Old" St. Stephen's Church.
The numerous activities, programs, and fundraisers of SVHS are managed by a fifteen-member board of directors who meet monthly and implemented by one full-time and three part-time staff, with the help of hundreds of active volunteers. In addition, SVHS also has numerous active committees, allowing members to become involved in areas which are of special interest to them.
SVHS has a prominent long-standing role in the community as a proponent of historic preservation, and has been instrumental in the development and refinement of local preservation ordinances, such as the designation of historical properties in three downtown districts. At Hoverhome, Old Mill Park, Old St. Stephen’s Church, and the Hover Farmstead, SVHS has built a distinguished record of successfully completing preservation projects, maintaining properties to protect their historic integrity, and making them accessible to the public.
Membership to SVHS is open to anyone interested in historic preservation and/or local history. SVHS’ list of members includes both long-time residents and newcomers, young and old, all of whom share an interest in the heritage of the area in which they live. Their commitment to preserving the past is evident in the many hours of volunteer service donated to the society.
1309 Hover Street
Longmont, CO 80503
Saturday, August 26, 2023
Arrival time 5:00 p.m.
Join us with your family and friends for an evening of mystery at Historic Hoverhome! Come enjoy as you get thrown into a night of mystery, intrigue, and murder you will never forget with Historic Hoverhome as the backdrop!
Guests are encouraged to dress in their 1950s attire (and for the weather)--but it is not required.
Dinner will be catered by Georgia Boys BBQ.
Price: $85.00 per person.
For those who wish to book a party of 10 or more people, we are pleased to offer a 10% discount. To book a table please contact The St. Vrain Historical Society, Inc. directly at (303) 776-1870
This event is a fundraiser. All proceeds earned through our ticket sales and silent auction will support The St. Vrain Historical Society's efforts of historic preservation and education in the community.
* Please note: this will be an outdoor event please come dressed for the weather. *All ticket sales are final.
For questions, or more infromation please contact The St. Vrain Historical Society office at (303) 776-1870 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make a donation to help The St. Vrain Historical Society with the continued care, preservation, maintenance, and operational support of “Old” St. Stephen’s Church. Donations will go toward the continued preservation and maintenance projects to ensure that this 1881 church remains protected for the community’s enjoyment and education. The St. Vrain Historical Society, Inc. is a 501(c) (3) non-profit corporation, and donations are tax-deductible.
Local History Books For Sale!
Visit our square store for a selection of local history books for sale. All books are available for local pick up within two business days of purchase (Monday-Friday). Orders may be picked up at our office located at Historic Hoverhome (1303 Hover Street, Longmont, CO 80501).
To visit our square store, click the image to the left.
P.O. Box 705 Longmont, CO 80502
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