Lecture Series - CSPM

Lecture Series

The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum presents the 2022 lecture series, featuring a wide range of speakers offering diverse perspectives and unique insights on Pikes Peak regional history.

2022 Lecture Series Schedule - coming soon!

Explore Lectures from the 2021 Scholar Series

Katharine Lee Bates’ Vision of Colorado, America, and Womanhood presented by Katherine Scott Sturdevant

Quenching Our Thirst – Population Growth and Water System Development presented by Casey Pearce and Eric Perramond

Celebrating the Penrose Legacy on the 80th Anniversary of Penrose Heritage Museum presented by Sarah Woods

Sense of Place in Colorado Springs  presented by John Harner

Peak of Racing: Behind the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb presented by Chris Lennon

The Past, Present, & Future of Rodeo in Colorado Springs Panel Discussion

Exploring Our Urban Forest presented by Dennis Will and Dr. Christine Bierman

History of Colorado Springs Through Quilts presented by Caitlin Sharpe, CSPM Registrar 

COS@150 Through the Lens of Black History presented by Hillary Mannion, CSPM Archivist 

The Myth vs. Reality of the AdAmAn Club presented by Don Sanborn, Cindy Bowles and Don Kallaus

Explore Lectures from the 2020 Scholar Series

Arts & Crafts Architecture in Colorado Springs presented by Barry Binder

When the Civil War Came West presented by Megan Kate Nelson 

Colorado Springs’ Archaeological Past presented by Presented by Dr. Minette Church and Dr. Karin Larkin

Controversy and Compromise in Colorado Pioneers Monuments presented by Cynthia Culver Prescott

Rise of the Mammals: Colorado Discovery that Rocked the World presented by Dr. Tyler Lyson and Dr. Ian Miller

This Shall be the Land For Women presented by Leah Davis Witherow

Lecture Series