Broomfield Depot Museum Saturday, June 18 and June 25, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Free, Walk-in
This is your last chance to see the Roots / Raices exhibit at the Depot. Explore artwork that is related to or depicts the history and impact of agriculture in Latin America. The exhibit includes a wide variety of items including contemporary artwork, folk art, pottery, crafts and glassware from several Latin American Countries, as well as silver pieces.
What do you know about Metzger Farm’s larger-than-life namesake? In this partnership program with performers from the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, you will learn about the early 20th-century milieu that led to the fascinating story of Colorado’s Attorney General John Metzger and his battles against temperance, organized crime, and corrupt public officials in the 1950s and 60s. From mining to politics and back again, this program is a true whirlwind through Colorado history in the 20th century.
Looking Back for a Vision Forward: Stories of Resilience
Broomfield Auditorium Saturday, August 20, 3 p.m. Free, Walk-in
Creative Broomfield presents a dynamic discussion about race and justice in our community. Building off of the first Looking Back event in April 2021 about housing discrimination, panelists will share stories of Black resilience and share an actionable vision for the future of race and equity in Broomfield.
History Programs at Home
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