The Toll Gate Creek Chapter National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) is located in Aurora, Colorado; we serve several communities along the Colorado Rocky Mountain Front Range with members from large cities and small towns across Colorado.
We meet on the second Thursday of each month, September through May, except for December. Our evening dinner meetings consist of patriotic exercises, business meeting, dinner, and a program with an emphasis on the DAR objectives. If you would like to attend a meeting, please email our chapter Regent for a reservation.
|September 10, 2020||“ TGC Chapter 30th Anniversary Celebration” Celebration of 30 Years of DAR Service|
|October 8, 2020||“Cyber Security & How to Protect Yourself” by Sue Lapierre, Prologis VP, IT Governance, Information Security Officer|
|November 12, 2020||“The Salem Witchcraft Hysteria: A Caldron of Religious, Economic, Social, & Political Ingredients Gone Awry in 1692” by John Putnam, past President of Pikes Peak Genealogical Society|
|December 2020||Toll Gate Creek Holiday Tea|
|January 14, 2021||“Genealogy for DAR Members – Learn to explore other Patriots for Supplementals” by Flora McCarty, TGC Registrar|
|February 11, 2021||“African American Women Suffrage in the West” by Linda Burks-Brown, Black American West Museum & Heritage Center Board Member & Eleise Clark, associate|
|March 11, 2021||“My Most Unusual Ancestor” by Chapter Members|
|April 8, 2021||“Paleography: Deciphering What Our Ancestors Wrote” by Allie Golon, National Chair – Lineage Research Committee|
|May 13, 2021||“Native American Jewelry History & Appreciation” by Sharon Eller, Regent, Rufus Fairbanks DAR Chapter & Retired Senior Executive, Director Office of Civil Rights, Department of Interior|