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DENVER — History Colorado has announced a new exhibition opening at the History Colorado Center this spring. Play Ball! showcases the Marshall Fogel Collection, one of the greatest sets of baseball artifacts ever assembled outside the Hall of Fame.
Pueblo, COLO. (January 9, 2018) – El Pueblo History Museum is pleased to announce the introduction of Beyond Story Time, a new early childhood educational program in partnership with EPIC of Pueblo. The program will be held at 10 am on Monday mornings, starting on January 22, 2018.
DENVER, Colo. (December 7, 2017) ━The History Colorado State Historical Fund awarded 14 historic preservation grants for a total of $257,858 for the Fall 2017 “mini” grant round (requests of $35,000 or less). These grants help fund important historic preservation and archaeology projects with direct public benefit across Colorado and help to preserve historic and cultural resources that tell the story of our state.
TRINIDAD, Colo. (December 6, 2017) – A historic Navajo Yei rug will be installed at Trinidad History Museum on Thursday, December 7, 2017. The handmade wool rug will be the focal piece of the museum’s Wool Studio.
DENVER — History Colorado has announced a new exhibition opening at the History Colorado Center this fall. A brand-new gallery space has been created on the museum’s third floor to house the innovative 3,700-square-foot experience.
DENVER — The 1960s was a decade when many social movements took center stage--the Vietnam anti-war movement, Black Power, the Women’s Movement, and here in Colorado, the Chicano Movement. Denver was the urban center of the Chicano Movement. But, throughout Colorado, the embers of El Movimiento burned hot, igniting boycotts, demonstrations, and other events throughout the late 60s and early 70s.