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Golden History museum updats

More on Herold pottery

Golden already had a history of clay mining and had witnessed several potteries and brick makers come and go by the time John J. Herold showed up in 1908.  
Learn more about this topic on our blog at GoldenHistory.org on June 26.
Saturday, June 27Homestead Open House
Homestead Open House is a series of open days that will allow you to experience 1800s homesteading life. It’s held on summer Saturdays at Golden History Park, adjacent to downtown Golden.Due to COVID-19 the buildings will be closed to visitors, but you’ll be able to look inside some open doors and windows to see the action inside and savor the smells.Registration is not required for this drop-in style event.  Come any time between 10 am and 2 pm. 

Learn more about this and other events on the website.
DiscoverNewsletter now available online
The latest newsletter is now available on GoldenHistory.org. Check out the food-related articles and all the latest news, plus catch up on back issues.
Let us know if you want the next one mailed to your house at no charge.
Join the membership, participate in virtual museum activities, get exclusive benefits

Golden History Museum & Park wants to keep you engaged and entertained from the comfort and safety of your own home. We are committed to providing new things for you each week. 
Our members are critically important to the museum and they support the ongoing programming, conservation, and community resources like the online collection and digitized newspapers. 

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