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Celebrate Black History Month at the Barney Ford House Museum

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What’s happening at Breck’s Barney Ford museum?

African American Women Settle the Wild West is an inspiring photograph exhibit that tells the stories of Colorado’s African American Pioneers. The exhibit closes Feb. 15. Learn about Breckenridge history through our new exhibit, A Moment in Time: Paintings of Breckenridge, Past & Present by Ann T. Weaver. The watercolor paintings and prints are for sale.

Do you know who Aunt Clara Brown is? Ask your guide to tell you about Brown’s remarkable story.

Museum Hours: Tuesday Friday: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Saturday Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m.Museum is located at 111 E. Washington Avenue, Breckenridge, (970) 453-5761. Admission is free, donations accepted.

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