Experienced writers and beginners welcome! Review picture and story assignment. Homework: Write a one-page narrative of an ancestor. Add a thematic paragraph at the beginning. Facilitator: Carol Darrow (email@example.com) Group normally meets on the 5th floor but for October 16th will be meeting on the 2nd floor
Monthly - third Saturday (except July, August, and Decembe) The OLTHLRC promotes an interest in and the study of lives, times, cultures, traditions, ancestries, and histories of the peoples who emigrated to New Spain and New Mexico, many of whom still have descendants in New Mexico, Colorado, California, Texas, Arizona, and Northern Mexico.
Second Saturday - class does not meet in July or August Thinking genealogically through exploration of the following: Stacks of paper - How to organize Home Sources - Paper & People Pedigree Charts & Family Group Sheets W5 - Be a Detective Beginning Internet Sources 6 Major Record Groups
Chuck Stout will present a narrated slide show detailing the history of aviation, both civil and military, in Colorado. Chuck has been an active general aviation pilot for 39 years. He is also the director of the Colorado Aerospace History Project. Before this, he also enjoyed careers as a museum exhibit designer, small businessman, and engineer. Come share his passion for Colorado aviation!
Phil Waters will lead you through the Wings Over the Rockies Museum in this audio and visual tour. Wings is Colorado's air and space museum, with wonderful aviation history to discover for visitors of all ages. Mr. Waters is a retired Navy pilot, retired FBI Special Agent and currently works in security.
The Victorians were not as prudish as some believe! Sex, bribery, and other crimes of early Denver were taken to the grave in Denver's Fairmount Cemetery. Presented by Fairmount Heritage Foundation volunteer Tom Morton. www.fairmountheritagefoundation.org