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Welcome to Timberlane Farm
Step back in time and see history come alive
The historic farm museum is hosting Rocky Mountain Rivalry, a reenactment competition, June 1 and 2. Contestants associated with Reenactment Guild of America will be coming from several states to compete in different categories such as living history, encampment, timed fast-draw, and military. Guests are invited to watch any or all of the different competitions. Venders in period costume will be selling their wares from the 1800’s. Live farm and historic demonstrations such as spinning, weaving, blacksmithing, timber framing, and more, will take place. Food will also be available for purchase.
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Timberlane Farm is a working farm museum intending to preserve the 1860 to 1940 life style and farming techniques. The museum offers the unique opportunity to experience the home and farm life in the early days of the Big Thompson Valley.
The restored homes and farm buildings provide a perfect setting for demonstrations hosted by the museum. Farming, barnyard, blacksmithing and gardening activities are scheduled for public observation and participation. A variety of other programs will be made available as development of facilities is completed.
Visit us often to explore our community’s past and to enjoy the working farm atmosphere.
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