The greatest question of life is what good will I do with it? - Benjamin Franklin

2020 Seminars and Lunch

and lunch

The 3rd Third Seminars are held in Golden, Colorado, although at times they will be held in other parts of Colorado or broadcast from other locations.

Come for coffee or tea at 9:45
All seminars will be from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm Free beverages and lunch are provided. Those with dietary restrictions are asked to bring their own lunch.

2020 Seminars

January 16, 2020
Allan Ferguson

Route 36: Ohio to Colorado
America's Heartland Highway


Allan Ferguson will take us on a 1,400-mile journey along historic Route 36. We’ll snake through the six states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Colorado and be treated to stories of towns and cities along the way and of tales about the interesting people who lived near this ribbon of highway. Tracing a path from the foothills of the Appalachians to the soaring Rocky Mountains, Route 36 was once America’s way west from the Heartland to the Rockies. We will experience an astonishing swath of Americana: Native American history, stories of the canals, Annie Oakley’s Ohio, baseball great Cy Young’s hometown, Abraham Lincoln’s Illinois, Mark Twain’s Missouri, Walt Disney’s Hometown USA (the model for Main Street at both Disneyland and Disneyworld), General “Black Jack” Pershing’s boyhood home, the “Unsinkable” Molly Brown homes (both in her hometown in
one state and her place of residence as an adult in another), plus the Quilting Capital of America, wineries not to miss, art and sculptures . . . . and much, much more.

For Allan's seminar flyer, in PDF format, click here.



February 20, 2020
Richard D. Lamm

The Governor's Chessboard
A Lifetime of Public Policy


Richard D. Lamm was the 38th Governor of Colorado serving 3 terms from 1975-1987. He was named one of the "Colorado 100," the 100 people who had the greatest impact on Colorado by the State Historical Society and the Denver Post. Lamm was the sponsor of the nation's first liberalized abortion bill in 1967, and led the successful fight to reject Denver as the site for the 1976 Winter Olympics. Lamm will talk about his career in politics and the release of his new book The Governor's Chessboard: A Lifetime of Public Policy.

For Governor Lamm's seminar flyer, in PDF Format, click here.








To register call: direct 303-928-8220, or register via email here. You will receive a confirmation. The cost is $50 per seminar or $200 for an annual membership which will give you the opportunity to attend all 11 seminars for the price of 4.

Map to Seminars

Missed a seminar? Let us know. If there is enough interest, we will hold the seminar again. Email your request to Seminar Repeat / Ideas.