2017 Potato Day

Saturday, Sept. 9, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Hosted by the Friends of the Greeley Museums

Step back in time and learn about the early pioneer settling of the western high plains and enjoy everything the Village has to offer and much more during the annual Friends of the Greeley Museums Potato Day celebration! Potato Day is a one-day living history festival in September that celebrates the agricultural heritage of the region and  features demonstrators, musical entertainment, children’s activities, a used book sale, beer garden and best of all… a baked potato bar!

The Friends of the Greeley Museums is the City of Greeley Museums’ partnering organization that organizes and runs this amazing event as their major annual fundraiser.  Funds raised by this event, and through other efforts of the group,  provide funds for museum projects. For instance, in 2016 the group funded and built a pavilion which can be rented by the public for various events and in 2015 the group graciously donated an entire exhibit which helped boost museum attendance three-fold.

 

For details about the Friends of the Greeley Museums , call 970-616-0777. For details about Potato Day, call the museum at 970-350-9220.

Centennial Village

1475 A St. Greeley, CO 80631

Potato Day Hours

Saturday, Sept. 9, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Admission:

$7/person ages 3+

Includes a baked potato and tons of fun activities. Additional food and beverages available for purchase.

Handicap Accessibility

The museum is handicap accessible.

Potato Day Activities

We’ve got lots planned for this year’s Potato Day including:

  • Timber Tools and Log Working
  • Chuck Wagon Cooking
  • Print Shop Demonstrations
  • Cider Pressing
  • “Stitch in Time” Quilting Demonstration
  • Blacksmithing
  • Heritage Farm Animals
  • Live Musical entertainment
  • Old fashioned children’s games
  • And of course, the classic baked potato!

Beer Garden

For the second year in a row, the Potato Day event will feature a beer garden with harvest-type craft brews provided by Crabtree Brewing.

 

Getting to the Museum:

Centennial Village

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