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Cozens Ranch Museum combines quilting with tea party for moms

Cozens Ranch Museum will host a Mother’s Day Tea Party at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 15, during which the annual quilt exhibit will be unveiled.

Tickets for the event are $8 for adults and $4 for children and seniors. Guests of the Tea Party receive tea and snacks, admission to Cozens Ranch Museum, a first look at the quilts, early votes for the “Viewer’s Choice” quilt, and entry for a door prize drawing, plus a chance to win our “mystery” prize.

“Quilts and Quilting Treasures” will be on display at Cozens Ranch Museum May 15-29. The quilt exhibit showcases Grand County’s finest vintage and modern quilts and quilting tools from some of the most talented quilters in Colorado.



Mothers and grandmothers, family and friends, are invited to sip on fresh tea and nibble delicious desserts while they experience the history of Grand County. After tea and a tour, browse the gift shop for books and journals with tales about the lives of pioneer women in the Fraser Valley and Grand County.

All proceeds from the event will benefit the Cozens Ranch Museum and the Grand County Historical Association.



Cozens Ranch is the first homestead and the first U.S. Post Office in the Fraser Valley. The Cozens family lived there from 1874-1924 and the main building (now the museum) served as a stage stop, post office, hotel, grocery store, and housed many Grand County travelers and residents.

Cozens Ranch Museum is located between Winter Park and Fraser across the highway from Grand Park Community Recreation Center.


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