Jun 1, Fri

12-1 Museum Sack Lunch Program

Jun 2, Sat Cottonwood Forge Antique Tractor & Power Show @ Slick Spot
Jun 2, Sat 2-4pm American Legion Aux Tea @ VFW
Jun 5, Tue 10am Economic Vitality Mtg @ Chamber
Jun 13, Wed

7am Chamber Luncheon

Jun 14, Thu 11:30am Historic Preservation Bd @ Chamber
Jun 19, Tue 7am Chamber Bd Mtg @ Chamber
Jun 19, Tue Noon - Tourism Panel Mt @ FM
Jun 20, Wed KFTM Radio Show
Jun 23, Sat SARA House Prairie Challenge
Jun 25, Mon 11:30am Stakeholders @ City
Jun 28, Thu 1pm Ambassadors Mtg @ Chamber
Jun 29, Fri

9am-3:30pm NE Colo Manufacturing Expo @ NJC

Brush Chamber of Commerce
218 Clayton Street
Brush, CO 80723
(970) 842-2666
(970) 842-3828 | Fax

Administrative Assistant

Melody Christensen
Executive Director

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Historical Sites in Brush

Listed on the National and Colorado Register of Historic Places

Brush, Colorado, has several historic buildings scattered through it, a few of which are even in the National Register. Please feel free to take a look at what we have to offer the historical explorer.

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All Saints Lutheran Church
All Saints Lutheran Church

Listed in 1982

Dedicated in 1918, the church is a small scale replica of the 13th Century Gothic church of Denmark. Primary construction materials are wire cut brick and Del Norte Lava Stone, native to Colorado. Labor, equipment and materials were provided by Danish Luteran immigrants of the region.

The sanctuary, located on Eben Ezer's grounds at 122 Hospital Road, was designed to reflect the presence of the sacred with a sence of intimacy by use of art glass, stained glass, gothic arches, and limited seating.

The pipe organ, installed in 1920, is a Moller organ from Hagerstown, Maryland. Moller donated most of the cost of the organ which still provides music for worship services. The bell tower was added in 1952, resembling a previous seperate structure west of the church.

Central School
central school brush colorado

Listed November 5, 2001

The existing building was dedicated in April, 1929, on the site of the first high scool in Morgan County.

It is located in the 400 block of Clayton Street. The former school building was destroyed by a fire in December, 1927.

It has stood vacant since 1996 when elementary students began classes at the Beaver Valley Elementary School. In March of 2018, the Brush Chamber Foundation acquired ownership and is working at restoring the building

Knearl School
Knearl School

Listed January 31, 1997

Knearl School was originally built as a grade school for students first through eight grades, and was used until 1971. The building, located in the VFW Memorial Park, was then donated to the City of Brush, who donates use of the property to the Brush Area Museum and Cultural Center.

The property was deemed eligible for the National Register because of its association with the history of elementary education in Brush.

Other (Unlisted) Historical Sites in Brush

Brush also has many buildings that have a history around them, but are not listed as historical sites. Unfortunately these still have yet to be added to registers, but they are still interesting places to visit.

Carnegie Library

Carnegie Library

East Morgan County Library

Built in 1915

Located at 500 Clayton Street

The Carroll Building

The Carroll Building

Community Center

Built in 1930

Located at 418 Edison Street

The Stockman Bank

The Stockman Bank

Ash & White Construction

Built in 1902

Located at 122 Clayton Street

Knearl Mercantile Store

Knearl Mercantile Store

Cattlemen's Inn

Built in 1902

Located at 101 Clayton Street

Emerson Theater

Emerson Theater

Sands Theatre

Built in 1916

Located at 211 Clayton Street

Rankin Presbyterian Church

Rankin Presbyterion Church

Built in 1906

Located at 420 Clayton Street

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