2018 Cow Camp Supper

With regrets, this event has been canceled due to unforeseen circumstances.

Help EMAHS raise funding to continue our educational programs at Hiwan Museum and historic preservation projects in the Evergreen mountain area. Don your wildest Western attire and join us for an evening of food, music and fun at Heritage Grove in Evergreen.

Harvest Tea

Harvest Tea 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: The 11 AM seating for the tea is sold out and we are now taking reservations for a 2 PM seating.

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Fantastic Western Slope Peach Sale!

Peaches

SOLD OUT!

THE ANNUAL PEACH SALE OF THE EVERGREEN MOUNTAIN AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, also known as Jefferson County Historical Society, is now accepting orders for the “Fantastic Western Slope Peaches” The price is $37 a box, the same as last year and they will arrive the first part of August. Please make checks out to EMAHS and mail your check to EMAHS, P.O. Box 703, Evergreen, Colorado 80437. You may also order online below and pay for your peaches with Pay Pal. You will be notified by phone or e-mail of the exact date of arrival.

Peach Coordinator:
Diane Fuchs
303-674-9639

SPECIAL WORLD WAR II PRESENTATIONS AT HIWAN HOMESTEAD MUSEUM

Hiwan Homestead Museum is very excited to announce a very special presentation in conjunction with its exhibit “We Can Do It: Jefferson County in WWII”: The Edge of Disaster” with Flint Whitlock.

On Wednesday, August 12 at 6 PM, learn more about Operation Overlord, the Allies’ D-Day invasion of June 6, 1944. The invasion is seen today as a highly successful military operation that hastened the defeat of Nazi Germany. In reality, however, so many aspects of Overlord unraveled that it nearly ended in failure. Had it not been for a handful of courageous soldiers, World War II might have ended very differently.

Denver-based military historian Flint Whitlock, the editor of WWII Quarterly magazine and author of a dozen books (including two on Operation Overlord), will present “D-Day: The Edge of Disaster,” an illustrated lecture about how close the invasion came to failing.

The presentation will be held at Hiwan Homestead Museum and require reservations. There is a fee of $10 for the program. Please call the Museum at 720-497-7650 for reservations or more information.

LEARN ABOUT MIEP GIES, A BEACON OF HOPE DURING THE HOLOCAUST!

Miep Gies (1909-2010) is one of the unsung heroes of the Holocaust. This petite, humble woman helped hide Anne Frank and her family in the Netherlands during WWII. Miep provided them with food and other basic necessities. She linked them to the outside world. Her emotional support gave them a beacon of hope. Without the protection Miep and her husband gave, Anne might not have survived to write the diary. After the Nazis arrested the Frank family, Miep discovered Anne’s diary and protected it through the rest of the War. Had it not been for Miep, Anne’s story would have been lost to the world.

Miep will be portrayed by Judy Winnick. Judy is on the Colorado Humanities/Chautauqua Speakers Bureau and has performed internationally. During her teaching career, she received one of Colorado’s Distinguished Teacher Awards.

Come learn about Miep and her brave actions at Hiwan Homestead Museum on Saturday, May 30 at 1:00 PM. This program is sponsored by the Jefferson County Historical Society; there is a fee of $10 per person. Please call the Museum at 720-497-7650 to reserve your spot!

VALENTINE’S EVE DINNER AT HIWAN HOMESTEAD MUSEUM

Please join us on Friday, February 13, 2015 at 6:00 PM for a romantic candlelight dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day! Dinner will be accompanied by harpist Maria O’Bryan. Ms. O’Bryan has been performing professionally since 1980 and has played harp extensively throughout Italy as well as on cruise ships. A Julliard graduate, she has previously been a member of the Boulder and St. Louis Philharmonics. Food will be provided by Fresh Tracks, a local Evergreen catering company. Enjoy a delicious dinner with romantic music in the delightful atmosphere of the 125-year-old log mansion!

Cost for the dinner is $30 per person. All proceeds benefit the Jefferson County Historical Society. Registration is required; for registration or information call the Museum at 720-497-7650.