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Saturday, January 26th, 2013 at 7:00pm
In general, Grange Halls were simple structures that embodied rural construction techniques popular in the first quarter of the nineteenth century. Most featured wood framing with shiplap or clapboard siding and were built by local volunteer labor. The Hillside Grange, built in 1926 north of Westcliffe, and the Pikes Peak Grange exemplifies these design and construction principles. Join us at this beautiful site for some great bluegrass music.
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