The Extreme History Project has announced the first of its annual Walking Tours, proceeding this summer in a limited capacity.
Please find safety procedures after tour descriptions.
Cultures Colliding: Bozeman’s Early Diversity Historic Walking Tour
Tuesday, June 9th @ 6PM – meets at EHP offices @ 234 E Mendenhall
Lured by the prospect of gold and new opportunities, people from across our fledgling nation and abroad came into the Gallatin Valley in the 19th century to settle and start new lives. As we will learn touring Bozeman’s North Side streets, our city’s earliest population was composed of many diverse cultural groups, that sometimes made for uneasy neighbors. But it’s this ethnic mosaic and the rich stories of these early settlers who helped shape the Bozeman we know today.
Hidden History: Rediscovering Bozeman Creek Walking Tour
Wednesday, June 10th @ 6PM – meets at Bogert Park
Bozeman Creek runs through the heart of Bozeman and has always been an integral waterway for the town and now the city of Bozeman. Join us on a historic walking tour along the creek as we uncover the history and hydrology of this important waterway.
• Tours are limited to 9 people.
• Everyone taking a tour is required to wear a mask or other protective barrier that covers the mouth and nose. Please bring one with you. This is to protect you, our other visitors, and our tour guides. If you are not comfortable with this requirement, please consider joining us for a tour at a later date.
• Please do not register for this tour if you are experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 or have been in contact with someone who has shown symptoms.
Learn more about the Extreme History Project and additional Walking Tours at adventurethroughtime.org. •