We welcome you to the Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum!
Coffee and Conversation
U.S. Marine Talks About Tours in Iraq and Veterans Helping Veterans
26 July – Dan Janoski - Dan served with the U.S. Marine Corps, the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit in Iraq during 2007-2008. Dan currently works with Veterans-Helping-Veterans-Now organization in Longmont.
The Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum invites you to
be Part of the “Salute to The Troops”
The Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum is a proud sponsor and participant in the Molly Brown House “Salute to the Troops” on Sunday July 20th, from 4:00PM to 9:00PM, at the Molly Brown House Museum, located at 1340 Pennsylvania Ave, Denver.
Salute our heroes past and present at the Molly Brown House, at a fun Canteen Party. Meet the other military and cultural partners, chat with re-enactors and end the night USO style with Reveille 3: An Andrews Sisters Tribute Act .
Museum opens from 4:PM – 6:PM for viewing of inside exhibits
Canteen Party – outside from 4PM – 8PM
Reveille 3 performs from 8PM – 9PM
Fun for all ages:
Veterans and Active Military – Free
Adults – $5.00, Children 6-12 – $3.00
Call to Arms Exhibit: Continues to run through September 28th. A Call to Arms explores both the exemplary service of Colorado soldiers like Margaret Brown’s son Lawrence, as well as the important role of the American who served in World War 1 by providing humanitarian aid.
Our thanks to the staff at the Molly Brown house for organizing this event, and the ongoing exhibit and for bringing the more value in history and education to the public.
Displays for the Children
Coffee and Conversation
The Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum will be hosting Coffee and Conversation with guest speakers from 9–11 a.m. on the second and fourth Saturday of each month. The public is invited to hear veterans share their stories over coffee and light refreshments in an informal setting at the museum.
There will be an opportunity to watch short videos, learn about the broader context of the military conflict they were engaged in, and ask questions of the speaker and other veterans. Afterwards visitors can tour the museum or research the topics discussed in the museum’s library. The talks are free of charge.
Come Visit! We Are Always Changing:
Your Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum changes on a regular basis. From long term displays, to special exhibits and projects, there is always something new and exciting at the museum! By visiting you will enjoy expanded displays, informative exhibits, history of our local veterans, and an overview of United States military history. Thank You! Look for us under Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum!