Mar 21, 2020 (Past event)
The Historic Tours presented by the FHPM have been cancelled out of on an abundance of caution and based on guidance from Summit County Health. Tours and programming may be rescheduled for a later date. Please continue to follow our website and Facebook for additional information on postponements. Thank you for your understanding!
Ever wondered about the history of Bill’s Ranch? How it was named; and the role women played in Frisco’s history? If so, then join us on a walking tour of Frisco’s first subdivision from 10:00am – 12:00pm on Saturday, March 21, 2020. With all NEW revised tour content, the Women of Bill’s Ranch tour is guaranteed to be informative, educational and interesting.
Come learn all about the women who saved our town in the early 1900’s.
Women’s History Month & Bill’s Ranch
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Museum staff will lead a tour of Frisco’s historic Bill’s Ranch neighborhood, focusing on the pioneering women of the area. Participants will discover how this unique residential area originated; learn the connection to Frisco’s survival; and explore original pioneer cabins from the early 20th century. Comfortable clothing and footwear are recommended. Dogs are not allowed on this tour.
To purchase tickets please call 970-668-3428 or visit us at the Schoolhouse Museum at 120 East Main Street during operating hours, Tuesday through Sunday, from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
- Adults (Ages 13 and up) $15
- Children (Ages 4-12) $5
- Children under four are free.