This small community is located on Interstate 76, nine miles east of Fort Morgan
, and 80 miles from Denver
. Brush has its own 5,000 ft. runway and is only 60 minutes away from the Denver International Airport
. The city is named in honor of Jared L Brush, a Colorado cattle pioneer who sold beef to the army in the 1860s.
The new Brush Area Museum and Cultural Center contains artifacts, photographs, and exhibits. For an adventure, visit the Elk Echo Ranch and Country Bed & Breakfast, a working elk and buffalo ranch.
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03/22 Coming to The area
Denver Greek Festival Denver CO June14-17 Traditional Greek dancing by the Hellenic Dance Academy of Denver and music by Etho Ellas. There is plenty of homemade food and pastries from throughout Greece to satisfy any appetite.
Lafayette Peach Festival Lafayette CO August17 500 fresh peach pies and individual servings of peach cobbler while supplies last, are available for sale at Festival Plaza and in front of the Main Stage near Lafayette Florist.
Scottish/Irish Highland Festival Estes Park CO September5-8 The Longs Peak Scottish/Irish Highland Festival has grown from four families on a Saturday afternoon to one of the most prestigious Celtic Festivals in North America.The world renowned festival has hosted world champion pipe bands, jousting, clogging competitions, dog shows featuring breeds of the British Isles, battle dioramas from famous events such as Waterloo, Scottish and Irish dance festivals, and oodles more.
Great American Beer Festival Denver CO October10-12 Each year, GABF represents the largest collection of U.S. beer ever served, in the format of a public tasting event plus a private competition.
Denver International Wine Festival Denver CO November6-9 The Annual Denver International Wine Festival has become the premier International wine and food festival in the Rocky Mountains!