Location – Golden Colorado,
The Colorado School of Mines Green Center will be hosting this event in Golden Colorado.
The Colorado School of Mines Cecil H. & Ida Green Graduate and Professional Center is representative of the blending of humanity and technology. The facility is designed as a place for meetings, the arts, and a variety of receptions and banquets as well as a place for the study of science and technology via exhibitions and conferencing.
The Green Center is a unique building on campus. It houses some 85,000 square feet of event areas comprised of a Grand Lobby which can act as an exhibit area, two lecture halls, (Metals and Petroleum), reception halls (Friedhoff 1, 2 & 3), and an 1,400 seat theater (Bunker Auditorium). Thus, the Green Center serves the Mines community as both a community events center and as a campus event facility.
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Things to do in and Around Golden Colorado, Denver and Colorado Springs
Staunton State Park
Staunton State Park is a Colorado state park in Park and Jefferson counties, located 6 miles west of Conifer, Colorado. The 3,908-acre park, which opened on May 18, 2013, includes dramatic rock outcroppings, several streams and a waterfall.
12102 S Elk Creek Rd, Pine, CO 80470
Coors Brewing Company
See and taste traditional brewing at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in the largest single-site brewery in the world! Since 1873 the Coors Brewery has thrived on a legacy of quality, innovation and customer service.
The Coors Brewery Tour showcases our history and passion for brewing in a 30-minute look at our malting, brewing and packaging processes. We also share old photos, neon signs, historical beer cans, bottles and memorabilia from our archives.
502 14th St. Golden, CO 80401
Mines Museum, home to one of Colorado’s two Goodwill moon rocks collected during the Apollo 17 mission, had its beginnings in 1874 with the collection of geologist, Arthur Lakes, and includes the historic Colorado State Mineral Collection created by the Bureau of Mines in the 1890’s. The museum serves as the state repository for Colorado’s mineral heritage and showcases the most extensive public collection of minerals from Colorado.
1310 Maple St, Golden, CO 80401
In 1909, Charles Perkins‘ children, knowing their father’s feeling for the Garden of the Gods, conveyed his four-hundred eighty acres to the City of Colorado Springs. It would be known forever as the Garden of the Gods
Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark featuring dramatic views. Come admire the 300′ sandstone rock formations against the backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies.
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
Rocky Mountains National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park in northern Colorado spans the Continental Divide and encompasses protected mountains, forests and alpine tundra. It’s known for the Trail Ridge Road and the Old Fall River Road, drives that pass aspen trees and rivers. The Keyhole Route, a climb crossing vertical rock faces, leads up Longs Peak, the park’s tallest mountain. A trail surrounding Bear Lake offers views of the peaks.