Pursuant to Colorado Revised Statutes, Title 24, Article 80-1304 and Title 24, Article 4- 101, CRS, you are hereby advised that the History Colorado will hold a public rule making hearing for consideration of the following:
8 CCR 1504-10 - the regulations and procedures implementing the Colorado Main Job Creation and Main Street Revitalization Act (CRS 39-22-514.5).
Colorado teachers tell us all the time that they want more opportunities to teach Colorado students about American Indian history. We love that we can tell them that we have plenty of ideas about how they can do that!
Here are twelve of them, one for each month of the year—because Native American heritage deserves to be recognized all year long.
DENVER (Oct. 25, 2018) – Fort Garland’s beloved Museum and Cultural Center will soon undergo a number of improvements designed to make the historic site a center for exploring the rich history of southern Colorado. History Colorado is broadening the scope of the stories told at Fort Garland Museum to include more of the important history of the San Luis Valley, as well as upgrading the existing structures to allow year-round operation.
History Colorado is gathering and sharing memories that celebrate our state’s rich Hispano culture. Here, Lily Griego shares the seventh in our monthly series produced exclusively withThe Weekly Issue/El Semanario.
Join us to hear the story of Colorado’s longest continuous residents, told in their own voices.Take a journey to iconic Colorado places the Ute people call home. See traditional arts, gorgeous photography and contemporary video showing how Ute people have adapted and persevered through the centuries. Written on the Land is told from the perspectives and in the voices of today’s Ute people. Coffee and pastries provided, or take advantage of a breakfast option at Café Rendezvous!
In partnership with the Colorado Canyons Association, the Ute Indian Museum hosts a four-month lecture series focusing on conservation and native heritage. The program takes place on the third Thursday of each month, through February.
Come see the museum for free, enjoy an evening of cultural performances and food, AND get a 20% discount in the museum gift shop. This annual open house features the food, music and traditions of our local Mexican, Italian and Slovenian/Croatian cultures.