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Latest News – October 27

Flashback! It was a blast from the past with a little help from the Doctor for (L to R)  Frank Bradach, Ann Marie Bradach, John & Joann Curillo at the Chamber’s Business After Hours on Thursday at Centennial Real Estate.

Judge’s Cemetery Tour Tonight

The Leadville/Lake County Chamber of Commerce & Judge Neil Reynolds is proud to present The Evergreen Cemetery Tour.  

A must do: Judge Reynolds Cemetery Tour. Photo: David Hahn

“In the highest incorporated city in the United States there is little separation between you and the spirit world.”

Join Judge Reynolds on a brisk October evening for a one-of-a-kind historical jaunt through an even more historical cemetery. Judge Reynolds family has lived in Leadville for over 142 years making the Judge the most knowledgeable gentleman concerning Leadville and Leadville’s dead.

There will be a tour tonight Saturday, October 27, at the Evergreen Cemetery in Leadville. It starts at 8 p.m. The cost is $10/per person and space is limited. Call the Leadville Chamber for Advanced Registration (888) 532-3845.  You won’t be sorry, well maybe if you let another year pass by without taking this tour!

Pumpkin Patch Saturday at 6th Street Gym

The Pumpkin Patch will be held today Saturday, October 27 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the 6th Street Gym. This is a family-friendly event with games, prizes, costumes and more!

Last Year’s Pumpkin Patch Video – Good Times!

Get Your Spook on at the Stapleton Haunted House

Trick or Treat Street will be held on the first two hundred block of West 7th Street on Halloween starting at dusk. This is a great, safe way for Leadville kids to have the full trick or treat experience in a safe, family friendly environment. Most of the homes on these blocks generously participate but can always use extra candy donations. So, if you’re so inclined, please contact Full Circle.

The Stapleton Haunted Mansion (118 W. 7th St.) will be open tonight Saturday, October 27 and then again on Wednesday, Halloween Night, from 6 – 9 p.m. Come and get your spook on in a fun, safe environment located in an historic 1880s carriage house. Children 13 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult. The cost is $5 per person.

Here’s a video from last year’s Trick or Treat Street and Stapleton Haunted Mansion. Probably some kids you know in this piece – they grow up fast!

Trick or Treat Street – 2011


Lead Vegas will be Celebrating The Spirits With Spirits This Weekend! Here’s Lucy Gaye With All the Halloween Nightlife Low-Down From Costume Contests to Monster Bashes!

Latest News – October 24

 

Judge’s Cemetery Tour  this Saturday

The Leadville/Lake County Chamber of Commerce & Judge Neil Reynolds is proud to present The Evergreen Cemetery Tour.  

A must do: Judge Reynolds Cemetery Tour. Photo: David Hahn

“In the highest incorporated city in the United States there is little separation between you and the spirit world.”

Join Judge Reynolds on a brisk October evening for a one-of-a-kind historical jaunt through an even more historical cemetery. Judge Reynolds family has lived in Leadville for over 142 years making the Judge the most knowledgeable gentleman concerning Leadville and Leadville’s dead.

There will be a tour this Saturday, October 27, at the Evergreen Cemetery in Leadville. It starts at 8 p.m. The cost is $10/per person and space is limited. Call the Leadville Chamber for Advanced Registration (888) 532-3845.  You won’t be sorry, well maybe if you let another year pass by without taking this tour!

Pumpkin Patch Saturday at 6th Street Gym

The Pumpkin Patch will be held this Saturday, October 27 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the 6th Street Gym. This is a family-friendly event with games, prizes, costumes and more!

Last Year’s Pumpkin Patch Video – Good Times!

Get Your Spook on at the Stapleton Haunted House

Trick or Treat Street will be held on the first two hundred block of West 7th Street on Halloween starting at dusk. This is a great, safe way for Leadville kids to have the full trick or treat experience in a safe, family friendly environment. Most of the homes on these blocks generously participate but can always use extra candy donations. So, if you’re so inclined, please contact Full Circle.

The Stapleton Haunted Mansion (118 W. 7th St.) will be open on Saturday, October 27 and Wednesday, Halloween Night, from 6 – 9 p.m. Come and get your spook on in a fun, safe environment located in an historic 1880s carriage house. Children 13 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult. The cost is $5 per person.

Here’s a video from last year’s Trick or Treat Street and Stapleton Haunted Mansion. Probably some kids you know in this piece – they grow up fast!

Trick or Treat Street – 2011


Lead Vegas will be Celebrating The Spirits With Spirits This Weekend! Here’s Lucy Gaye With All the Halloween Nightlife Low-Down From Costume Contests to Monster Bashes!