April 24, 2 p.m. Ticket Price: Free (Limited to 75 people in venue, masks are required and must be worn at all times.) Get your free tickets at:B-REx.com
In partnership with the Broomfield Community Services Network, storyteller Brandon Stepter will share how we can reconcile with the difficult past as we seek to understand how racism and housing discrimination impact our lives today. Interwoven with archival information and images from Front Range-area museums, this engaging program will combine historic photos with storytelling to create a unique experience with an opportunity for mediated questions and conversations at the end.
Brandon Stepter is a Manager at Hospital Corporation of America, a minister and the Founder of B. Stepter LLC a, boutique motivational speaking and consulting firm, where he takes part in speeches and presentations that focus on African American history and its connection to today’s world.
The Bone Wars of the late 1800s
Sunday, May 9, 2021, 4 p.m. Ticket price: Free (Limited to only 100 people in the venue, masks are required and must be worn at all times) Get your FREE tickets here: B-REx.com This program will be Livestreamed. Livestream can be watched at Broomfield.org/LIVE
Science and history comes together to tell the real life story of drama, conflict, and suspense of the bone wars. In pursuit of the next great dinosaur fossil discovery, paleontologists resorted to lies and fraud in order to get ahead. Experience all of the competition, tension, and rivalry that existed among paleontologists in the late 1800s as you explore the cut-throat world of fossil hunting.
Join paleontologist, Will Sharpe (a fictional character portrayed by Denver Museum of Nature & Science actor Andrew Parker) and Broomfield’s Museum Coordinator, David Allison as they explore the Bone Wars of the late 1800s.
This program is presented in partnership with the Denver Museum of Nature & Science and the Friends of Broomfield History.