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About Boomer House
The “Boomer House,” built in 1895, was home of William M. Boomer, one of Greeley’s early pioneers who was elected mayor in the early 1890s. Boomer served on the City Council for several terms, founded Greeley’s first fire department, and ran a barbershop on Main Street (now 8th Street). Read more about the architecture and history of our building here.
We consider it an honor to open up this magnificent historic house to the public for the first time and to make it available to everyone. Our wheelchair ramp can be accessed from the parking spaces in the alley at the back of the house.
We want Boomer House to be the ideal place for board games – with decent lighting, wide tables, and comfortable chairs – as well as be a place for a variety of other events.
About Lane and Amy
Lane and Amy have been hosting board game events nearly every week since 2011. We enjoy bringing people together through games. Our game nights are not only enjoyable and pleasant for first-timers and casual gamers, but they are also a terrific venue for heavy cardboard.
After hosting game nights in our home for several years, in 2016 we decided we were ready to share modern board games with a bigger community. We launched a weekly public Meeting on Saturday nights, first at Crabtree Brewing, then Cranford’s Tea Tavern, then Broken Plow Brewery, then Zoom, and eventually at Boomer House in 2022.