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In the late 19th century, streets like Lincoln, Grant, Logan and Pennsylvania boasted the most prestigious addresses in the city. Join us on Wednesday, May 22, from 5-7:30 PM for our next installment of Cocktails in Cool Places: Night Out in Capitol Hill. For this event, you’ll experience a progressive tour featuring appetizers and drinks at three iconic Capitol Hill locations:




Keating Mansion, built in 1891 by Jeffery and Mary Keating, just before the silver crash of 1893, showcasing the opulence of the era.





Croke Patterson Campbell Mansion, a Chateauesque manor constructed of red sandstone in 1891, once owned by Thomas M. Patterson, a prominent U.S. Senator and editor of the Rocky Mountain News.



Denver Woman’s Press Club, founded in 1898, which played a pivotal role in advocating for women’s rights, including the suffrage movement.




Expert guides will lead you through each site, allowing you to savor the rich tapestry of architecture, heritage, and libations that define Capitol Hill’s unique character. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to experience Denver’s past while enjoying a Night Out in Capitol Hill!

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