Virginia Dale Community Club

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Welcome to the official website of the Virginia Dale Community Club, proud owners of the legendary Virginia Dale Stage Station and Hurzeler House!

Celebrating the 156th year of the Virginia Dale Overland Stage Station!
Our  mission is to preserve for society the beauty and culture of rural living while promoting the historical significance of our community through our events and activities. 

Thank you for visiting our website and enjoy learning more about us!

Open House Speaker Schedule:
10:30 - Eva Sue Littleton as Virginia Slade
11:15 - Cindy Brick- talk on Baby Doe Tabor & Jack Slade
12:00 - Free Trappers
1:00   - Laramie Widowmakers - Mock Trial
2:00   - Bill Tremblay - Talk on Antoine Janis

Book Signers:

-Roy Lilley "Just as I Am"

-Cindy Brick- "Ghosts & Legends of Colorado's Front Range"

-Bill Tremblay- "The June Rise: The Apocryphal Letters of Joseph Antoine Janis"



Vendors:

Pat Ferrier- cloth bags, Jim Hall- honey, Donna Line- soaps, Ilene Wical- jewelry, handcrafts, Eldon Malmstrom-birdhouses, West Magoon & Tana Libolt- pottery, Bunny Burns- Native American jewelry,  Jen Frein- cards, Dick Irwin- photography,Ten Bears Winery, Sandy McJunkin- sewn things, Dave & Karen Young- leather clocks, Pauline Hagans- salsa, Airlife- medical helicopter, Fred Fangmeier- metal sculptures, Debbie Coleman- bubbles, Katie Lucci- furniture, Eddie Henry- wooden pens

The Legendary Virginia Dale Stage Station
and Hurzeler House

Built in 1862 by the notorious Jack Slade, the Virginia Dale Stage Station is the only Stage Station still  standing on the historic Overland Trail.  The adjacent Hurzeler House, built in 1909 by Emil Hurzeler, was used as a personal residence for those who operated the general store and post office inside the stage station.


  Raffle for Henry .22 Long Barrel with Stage Coach Engraving on the Stock

Tickets are $2/each

Drawing with be held December 8, 2019

Buy your Raffle Tickets from a VDCC Member, email us, or they will be sold at:
-at the Livermore Craft  Show in May
-June 7 at the VDCC Western Dance
-June 8 at the VDCC Open House
-December 9 at the VDCC Christmas Party