We welcome new members to our chapter.

Denver Chapter NSDAR meets the third Wednesday of the month to have lunch and listen to various programs put on by individuals of the community and our members.

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 NSDAR is growing.  For detailed information on membership in the DAR, go to the National DAR website.

2021/22 Chapter Programs

(Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, programs are subject to change without notice)

September 15th - Former President General, NSDAR, Ann Dillon

October 20th - The South in the American Revolution

November 17th - Overview of the ROTC Program in Denver Schools.  PLUS: The DAR Museum Trunk Show

December 15th - Colorado State Regent, Colleen Joyce

January 19th, 2022 - Members Birthday Celebration

February 16th - Historic Colorado - How Karval got its name.  Speaker is Roger Dudley, lecturer, writer, and retired Reference Librarian in the Western History and Genealogy department, Denver Public Library.

March 16th - The Irish in the Revolutionary War - Speaker Mary Daley

April 20th - The History of the Peace Rose - Speaker will be Ms. Peggy Williams, Master Rosarian with the American Rose Society and long time member of the Denver Rose Society. Peace is one of the most well-known and beloved hybrid tea roses. Bred by M. Meilland in France, this rose's development was interrupted by WW II.

May 18th - Business Meeting & Quick Tips for Preserving Heirloom Family Photographs

Meeting Information:

We meet the third Wednesday of each month. Please RSVP to our Treasurer if you will be attending.

Our year goes from September to May; meetings are not held during the summer months of June, July & August

Social time starts at 11:30, Opening exercises and lunch begin at noon and the program begins about 12:45.