Events & Exhibits

Hiwan Heritage Park and Museum Virtual Tour

The vibrant history of Jefferson County comes to life at Hiwan Heritage Park. A magnificent, 25-room log lodge, now a museum, is the centerpiece of the grounds. This Colorado rustic architectural classic evolved from a one-room cabin constructed in 1893. The lodge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. Throughout the lodge are original and historic furnishings. Native American artwork is on permanent display.

 

Membership Renewals

With this newsletter, you are being reminded to renew your membership. Your membership ends on July 1, 2020.

These are unusual times and our revenue is considerably restricted this year. We have no summer programs, they have been cancelled. Regretfully, we will have no peach sale, due to the April freeze. Our wonderful Spring tea had to be postponed, as well.

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT MORE THAN EVER. We are asking you to renew online this year by selecting on a membership level below and paying your dues using Pay Pal or credit card or by  sending in a check to EMAHS, P.O. Box 703, Evergreen, Colorado 80437. Please print the form and include with your check any changes in your address, phone number, or e-mail. You may also write the changes on an additional sheet of paper and please be sure to identify yourself. Diane Fuchs: Membership Chair, 303-674-9639 or [email protected].


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Our Name has Changed!

The Jefferson County Historical Society Board members unanimously voted to re-brand our historical society's name to accurately define our focus on regional history. With the help from surveyed JCHS members last year, our name is now Evergreen Mountain Area Historical Society(EMAHS). This name was chosen to be more accurately inclusive of Evergreen and our surrounding communities in the mountains of Jefferson County. Our non-profit organization and mission will continue to protect, preserve and promote the history of the mountain area in Jefferson County Colorado. EMAHS gratefully continues its operation at the Hiwan Museum through the cooperative agreement of Jefferson County Open Space.