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Educational programs, poetry readings, workshops, concerts and performances also enliven the Museum's interactions with the public.
The Museum's collection includes several hundred historic photographs; most significantly, those which document the history of the town and its surroundings since around 1860. Articles from Loveland's sugar beet industry and Great Western factory, operated from 1901 - 1985, document an important chapter in Loveland's history. A more general aspect of the collection is comprised of objects common to turn-of-the-century material culture in America: textiles, tools, household items. The collection also includes rocks and minerals, fossils and a small number of Native American objects. Also, a few historical documents pertaining to area pioneers are included in the Museum archives.
Special Events and Programs, to include various workshops, lectures, poetry readings, concert series, annual Cherry Pie Celebration, and other programs with exhibit-related themes.
I-25 north from Denver 45 miles; Hwy 34 exit west 4 miles; left on Cleveland Ave for 9 blocks; left on Fifth Street; Museum is on northwest corner one block from Cleveland.