Welcome to the website of the Arapahoe Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR). Please enjoy your visit to these pages as you explore who we are, what we do, our patriot ancestors, how to join us, researching your family history, and resources to promote historical preservation, champion education, and celebrate patriotism. This is also a great website to learn about the resources available within our community, like awards and honors, classroom resources, contests, community service, the DAR Manual for Citizenship, grants, scholarships, speakers and programs, veteran assistance, and much more!
Arapahoe Chapter, NSDAR, meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month, from September through May.
|September 4, 2019||“Give the Women a Chance: 125th Anniversary of Equal Suffrage in Colorado!” Speaker Megan Moriarty, Director of Community Engagement, Museum of Boulder|
|October 2, 2019||“If These Stones Could Talk: Tales from Columbia Cemetery” – a book detailing the historical, cultural, and artistic resource of Boulder’s Columbia Cemetery.
Speaker Mary Reilly-McNellan – former manager of the Columbia Cemetery Preservation Project
|November 6, 2019||“Finding Your Female Patriots: Researching the Women of the Revolution”
Speaker Dina Carson, Arapahoe Chapter member, coordinator of Boulder Pioneers Project and editor of the Boulder Genealogical Society Quartery, lecturer and indexer
|December 4, 2019||“A Very German Christmas” and Christmas Caroling
Speaker Pat Roberts—Arapahoe Chapter Member and Nationally Acclaimed Genealogist
|January 8, 2020||“Following In Their Footsteps: Historical Hikes of the Northern Front Range”
Speaker Kay Turnbaugh with Lee Tilotson, Arapahoe Chapter member
|February 1, 2020||Annual Contest Awards Meeting, American History Essay, Junior American Citizens Awards & DAR Good Citizen Award Program|
|March 4, 2020||Annual Business Meeting, Delegates, Annual Reports – Officers and Chairmen|
|April 1, 2020||“Daring Warriors of World War II-Women of the SOE and OSS who aided the French Resistance and served as spied for the Allied Forces” Speaker Anne Skewes, Honorary Mountain Rendezvous Chapter Regent and current Organizing Regent of Red Rocks Chapter|
|April 2020||ROTC Awards at CU|
|April 2020||Arbor Day Tree Planting|
|May 6, 2020||Annual Spring LuncheonState Regent’s Project Speaker State Regent Bethe Clark-Urban|
|June 3, 2020
July 8, 2020
August 5, 2020
|2020 Informal Summer Activity Meetings
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