September 20 - Our speaker will be Joyce Lohse and her topic will be “When Colorado Became the Centennial State.” Did you know that “Easterner’s considered residents of the Colorado Territory, ‘Semi-Barbarians’?"
October 18 - Karen Hancock - “Isle of Hope: Ellis Island”
November 15 - Joyce Hines - “The Virginians” (or Quakers)
December 20 - Diana Tapay Topic Title: American History Trivia - Teaser: Who was the oldest of the Founding Fathers to sign the US Constitution? How many amendments to the US Constitution address the right to vote? Who was the first president born outside the original 13 colonies? The answers to these questions and more are included in this presentation, which will test your knowledge of various topics in American history.
January 17, 2018 - Joyce Hines - “The Scot's Irish"
February 21 - Karen Herdman - “Different Tribes, Different Journeys.’ As a Native American Tribal member, Karen tells about the differences between the eastern and western tribes.
March 21 - Nancy Bale - “U.S.S. Constitution: Birth * Life * Rebirth” - Nancy will tell the exciting story of the oldest currently commissioned ship in the U.S. Navy.
April 18 - Colorado State Society Regent Jeannine Dobbins
May 16 - Installation of officers and Memorial Services
Social time starts at 11:30, Opening exercises and lunch begin at noon and program begins about 12:45. If you are reserving a lunch, please send your check for $25, made out to Denver Chapter NSDAR, to Christine Cox at 503 Franklin St., Denver, CO 80218-2530. This should be sent early enough to reach Christine by the Friday before the meeting.
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We have many women from all walks of life whose ancestors participated in some way, in the Revolutionary War. The DAR has chapters all over the world and our Denver Chapter is growing. Our historian can meet with prospective members a the Denver Main Library to help find and put together their documents. For detailed information on membership in the DAR, go to the National DAR website.
A chance to meet and make friends with other women interested in our community and our schools, by way of awards and scholarships. Visit the Scholarship pageto see all the various ones offered by the DAR.
Support our Constitution and our military, plus our patriotic values. Participate in the many patriotic events during the year, such as Veterans Day, Flag Day, 4th of July, and other local events.
Promote our American History; and preserve your own family history.
All meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month unless otherwise noted. For additional program information, please contact our Regent. Guests are always welcome. Please let Christine Cox know if you are bringing someone.
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The 3rd Wednesday of each month with lunch optional for $33.
Our year goes from September to May; meetings are not held during the summer months of June, July & August
We have different speakers/presentations at most meetings who talk about all sorts of Historic and civic information.