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Tuesday, September 12, 2017, 7 p.m. – Parker Library – “Spencer Penrose: Researching A Legacy”
Learn about research methods used to find important information about the legacy created by this important early Pikes Peak area builder and developer, and some of his unlikely methods for attracting attention and investors for his projects.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 11 a.m. – Denver D.A.R. Luncheon presentation – “When Colorado Became the Centennial State”
A glimpse of Colorado’s historical past is presented in this program, which features a time when the territory became a state, a constitution was produced, and a voters elected their first governor, John L. Routt. He and his wife, Eliza, proved to be diligent public servants during Colorado’s formative years.

Saturday, October 14, 2017, 2 p.m. – Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum – “Mining for the Real Spencer Penrose”
This lecture will highlight the life of Spencer Penrose, a building and developing force in the early Pikes Peak Region. His successful mining ventures will be highlighted for participants in the museum’s family “Dig Day.” Public is welcome.

Saturday, October 21, 2017, Castle Rock Writers' Conference -- Joyce Lohse will discuss research methods for writers during her presentation at this all day event. Register early and come ready to learn and enjoy among others who are exciting about writing in a creative and sharing environment.

October 26-29, 2017 – Women Writing the West Conference, Tucson, AZ
“Public Speaking for Timid Authors,” a panel of authors for all of us who stand in front of an audience and wonder, "How did I get here!" This panel and moderator consists of five seasoned veterans who have tips and stories to share with writers of all levels.

Thursday, January 11, 2018 – Denver Country Club – “Spencer Penrose: Builder and Benefactor,” presentation by Joyce Lohse.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018 – Parker Newcomers – “Spencer Penrose: Builder and Benefactor,” presentation by Joyce Lohse.

Saturday, February 10, 2018 -- American Pen Women, Colorado Springs -- Joyce Lohse will present a special Unsinkable Molly Brown Valentine program to the Pen Women.
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During the rest of 2018, Joyce Lohse will be on hiatus for research, restructuring programs, project planning, and regrouping. It is time to tidy up loose ends and plan new directions and challenges. Watch for news of the latest developments, and happy Fall to all!

 

Mark your calendar for public events, and schedule presentations early!

 

Presentation Feedback --

Joyce:

Thank you for all the research you obviously do. Your lectures are thorough and very interesting. I hope we have the opportunity to invite you back to Estes soon.

Betsy Evans, President
Estes Park Genealogical Society


Joyce:

On behalf of the Pikes Peak Genealogical Society, Terry and I wanted to thank you for your excellent presentation on "Historic Voices: Bringing Genealogy to Life". Our members and attendees really enjoyed your presentation and your thorough knowledge of the topic. We really do appreciate you taking the time to come and talk to our group. We know there are many other things that you do that occupy your time and we really enjoyed you taking your time and spending it with us.

I received many laudatory compliments regarding your presentation and it seems our members and guests did gain a lot out of your talk.

Once again, thank you for spending time with us and sharing your extensive knowledge about bringing your ancestors to life through writing. It was a pleasure listening to a professional and entertaining presentation.

John E. Putnam, PPGS President

 

Joyce:

I really enjoyed your presentation, as did everyone in the audience. It was good to hear all the appreciative comments afterwords. Thank you for bringing such an informative and entertaining program to our library!

Judith A. Passon, Librarian
Edwin A. Bemis Public Library, Littleton

   
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