“We investigate, discuss, and publish the facts and color relative to the historic, social, political, economic, and religious background of the West; to wherever possible, preserve a record of the cultural background and evolution of the Western region; and to promote all corollary activities thereof.”

We regularly meet the 4th Wednesday January-June, September and October, the 3rd Wednesday in November and December, with a special program in August and no meeting in July. A social hour precedes the dinner and program at 6:20 at

Park Hill Golf Course Clubhouse
4141 E. 35th Ave.
Denver, CO 80207

To join us, please contact our Chuck Wrangler with reservations by the 3rd Thursday of the month. The cost is currently $23.

Joe Sokolowski
2351 E. Iowa Ave
Denver CO 80210
303-778-8324                                                                                                 jsokolo102@aol.com

 

Upcoming Programs

  • Wednesday, December 19, 2018 - 5:30pm

    In the late 1800s, farming and ranching had begun to eclipse mining as more profitable enterprises for those living here. Sugar beet, Palisade peach, and Rocky Ford cantaloupe all trace their lineage to this time. When reail made all movement possible, we became the great inland merchants of food to the central West.

Social Hour begins at 5:30
Dinner begins at 6:20
Program begins at 7:30pm

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