Learn About Architect William Bowman at June History Brown Bag Zoom
The Greeley Historic Preservation Commission will continue the free 2020 History Brown Bag series with a chance to learn about famed Colorado architect William Bowman noon to 1 p.m., June 25, through a special Zoom meeting.
Historic Preservation Commissioner and retired construction professional Scott McLean will present on Bowman and his work in Greeley and throughout Colorado.
Bowman designed many significant Greeley buildings including the Weld County Courthouse, Gunter Hall at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC), the President’s House at UNC and the downtown Masonic Temple. Bowman also designed many magnificent buildings in the Denver area, Colorado and in surrounding states during the early 20th century.
The presentation will take place through Zoom and attendees must email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP and receive the information needed to connect to the Zoom meeting to watch the Brown Bag presentation.
History Brown Bag presentations generally take place on the fourth Thursday of each month January through October, noon to 1 p.m.
Due to COVID-19-related closures, tentatively, these remaining brown bag presentations will take place via Zoom.
- June 25 - William Bowman, Architect, and his Buildings, by Scott McLean
- July 23 - Young Chautauquans Perform, Young Chautauquans
- August 27 - Voices from the Archives, Marian Ruge
- September 24 - Greeley Masonic Temple Rehabilitation, by Ron and Linde Thompson
- October 22 - Death in the Balcony: A Sterling Example or a Chief Concern?, by Susan Seager
For more information, contact Elizabeth Kellums in the Greeley Historic Preservation Office at email@example.com or 970-350-9222.
Jun 18, 2020
For more information, media representatives should contact:
Elizabeth Kellums, Planner III – Historic Preservation
Community Development Department