Broomfield Depot Museum
|The mission of the Broomfield Depot Museum is to collect, preserve, and interpret the history of Broomfield while focusing on the railroad depot.
Constructed by Colorado & Southern Railway (C&S) bridge and building crews in 1909, the Broomfield Depot jointly served the C&S and one of its subsidiaries, the Denver & Interurban Railroad (D&I). The C&S provided standard rail service while the D&I was an electric commuter line between Denver and Boulder. The D&I was known as the "Kite Route" because its 51-mile route resembled a kite on a string.
3rd Annual Knit In
Saturday, June 10
1- 2:30 p.m.
Celebrate World Wide Knit In Public Day at the Broomfield Depot Museum.
All levels of knitters, crocheters, and embroiderers are invited to socialize and clank needles in the depot’s waiting room or sit outside next to Shep the Turnpike Dog’s grave, on the museum’s deck, or under a small canopy in the park. Visitors are encouraged to bring and share their own projects. The museum will also have yarn, knitting needles, and crochet hooks on hand.
No pets or food are allowed in the museum; however, participants may bring water in containers with lids inside. The museum has folding chairs for use inside the museum. Food and drink are welcome outside the museum. Those wishing to knit outside should bring lawn chairs or blankets.
To learn more see http://www.wwkipday.com/third-annual-knit-broomfield-depot-museum/ or contact Andrea Vagelatos at 303.465.3242.