The Public Relations Chair, Ed Miccio, and Curator, Megan Huelman, had a great time representing the museum last night at the SCFD Educator's Night. Thousands of educator's descended on the Denver Museum of Nature and Science to hunt for resources and gather new knowledge to take back to their students. On the museum's second appearance at this fast-paced and lively event, we conversed with representatives from other museums as well as Educator's-in-training. We were proud to show off our website and the wide range of educational resources we are making available for those interested in topics of military history and veterans. The American Military Living History Association joined us to help promote their own re-enacting services as well as offer a fantastic visual and picture-taking opportunity. We love working with them and helping veterans' stories come to life through outstanding costume and character portrayal.
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Stop by to see a very special exhibit about Michael J. Lenihan. His career started heading west to the open western frontier after West Point and then continued through both the Spanish American War and WWI. His family and descendants kept wonderful biographies of his life and service and we are proud to honor such a dedicated and courageous Veteran. Please come check it out! [gallery link="file" ids="2134,2135,2132" orderby="rand"]
This past Sunday, July 16th, the Molly Brown House Museum in Denver celebrated her 150th birthday and how she used her wealth to help the poor and disadvantaged. The party went from 12-4pm on the street infront of the house with exhibit booths, performers, artwork, reenactors, and historic vehicles. The Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum was honored to take part with our own display set up in the library.