|Brunner Farmhouse||Broomfield Colorado's restored early 20th century farmhouse|
||The Brunner Farmhouse is located
at 640 Main St. on the northeast corner of Midway Boulevard and Main
Street in Broomfield. It is surrounded by "The Field," a designated
open space area.
|Click on photos below for a larger image|
Recently Completed Pergola
Flowers and Pergola
View from the Porch
The mission of the Brunner Farmhouse and Gardens is to provide a community gathering place for the citizens of Broomfield. This will enhance interaction, reflection and connection to our past, and sustain historical and cultural values.
History of Brunner House -
(Word document) (Printable PDF brochure)
Attention Broomfield non-profit organizations!
Broomfield is seeking proposals from Broomfield-based non-profit organizations who which to office in the Brunner Farmhouse, located at 640 Main Street.
Organizations who wish to office in the Brunner House
Must be Broomfield-based,
Must be a non-profit organization,
Must have staff or volunteers in the Farmhouse for a minimum of 15 hours per week,
Must have a mission supportive of the Brunner Farmhouse Mission,
Must be willing to assume caretaker duties while office space is free, regular lights cleaning duties are required in lieu of rent.
If your non-profit Broomfield organization is looking for office space, please contact Kevin Standbridge, City and County of Broomfield, at 303.438.6384 for further information or go to www.brunnerhouse.org for submittal information. Submittals are due by 5 p.m. on May 13, 2013.
Meeting space is available for community groups.
The following criteria are used in determining the eligibility of community groups requesting meeting space in the Brunner Farmhouse:
Broomfield based charitable groups, non-commercial groups or community support groups;
Preservation of house and grounds; gives back to the property (i.e. one day of garden weeding or approved donation comprehensive list to be developed);
Reflects community and its values / provides or intends to provide a service to the community;
Any event(s) must be sponsored by a Broomfield based non-profit (i.e. artist display, fundraising);
Grounds must remain accessible to the community;
Limited Refreshments / No cooking inside the house;
No Art Supplies / Crafts inside the house;
Alcohol by permit only (group must secure proper permit);
No political fundraising or campaigning.
Scheduling is done by the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities, following approval by the Brunner Farmhouse Advisory Committee.
If you are interested, please fill out the Request to Use the Brunner Farmhouse form (PDF): Printable document or (Word format): Document with form fields and submit to Jamie Taylor, Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities, PO Box 681, Broomfield, CO 80038-0681, 303-460-6800.
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Calling All Volunteers!
To all volunteers and those interested in supporting the Brunner Farmhouse and Gardens:
The mission of the Brunner Farmhouse and Gardens is to provide a community center and gathering place for all citizens of Broomfield to enjoy. The Brunner Farmhouse and Gardens is a grass roots project started more than 10 years ago to enhance interaction, reflection, and connection to our past and to sustain historical and cultural values. The Brunner Farmhouse also serves as a meeting place for more than 50 local nonprofit groups.
The majority of support for the Brunner Farmhouse and Gardens comes from volunteers and private donors. Therefore, we are looking for your help to keep this property beautiful and accessible as a civic and cultural center for all.
We are looking for volunteers to:
Or, we would love your suggestions on how you feel that you could best give back to the Brunner Farmhouse and Gardens.
If you would like to volunteer or give your support, please call
us at 303-460-6800 or
A big Thank you! to the following groups that sponsor gardens:
| Brunner Landscape Services||Bench Garden|
| Amalgam Services||Foundation Garden|
| ACA||Green Garden|
Renee Sereff and Kozisek Family
Kozisek Rose Garden
| Sow & Grow Garden club||Orange Garden|
| La Leche League of Broomfield||Patio Raised Garden|
| Broomfield Kiwanis||Perimeter Garden|
Adams Family 4-H Club
| Sow & Grow Garden club||Yellow Garden|
We greatly appreciate the following groups, businesses and individuals who have donated to the Farmhouse.
|Jini Bates||Phil Emery||Marv Patterson|
|Broomfield Historical Museum||Empire Electric Inc.||PEO-HG Club|
|Broomfield Glass||Tom Fahrenbruch||Pro Works Flooring|
|Broomfield Police Department||Daniel Green (Eagle Scout)||Pulte Homes|
|Dr. Clyde Brunner||High Country Wiring||R&G Insulation|
|Gilbert Brunner||High School Football Teams||Round-up Liquors|
|Mark Brunner||Home Depot||Rotary Club|
|Tom Brunner||Hunter Douglas||Senior Woodworkers|
|Ed and Sherill Bunetta||Ralph Johnson||Sherwin Williams|
|Vern Castens||J. Jordan Architecture||Sturgeon Electric|
|Chefrey's Deli||Lennar Homes||Jean and Russ Vale|
|Classic Custom Cabinets||Paul Madigan||Joe Weibel|
|Consolidated Hardwood||Mile High Roll-Off||Dianna Wilson|
|All Users of the Brunner Farmhouse||Broomfield Veterinary Hospital|
|Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Bigos||Crystal Pines Residents|
Donated items and cash may be tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor.
Also, please contact us if you are interested in learning more about the Brunner Farmhouse and Gardens and how it impacts your community.
Brunner Farmhouse Advisory Committee
- Mark Brunner
- Sherill Bunetta
- Diana Hastings
- Mary Jones
- Terra Lenihan
- David Lewis
Other Brunner Farmhouse information ...
Agendas and minutes from past meetings
Background (from June 28, 2005 City Council memo)
City and County of Broomfield
1 DesCombes Drive, Broomfield, CO 80020