Living Landmarks In Our Midst

Golden Landmarks Association has announced this year’s “Living Landmarks” honorees.  This award recognizes individuals or organizations whose actions or efforts have had a positive impact on Golden and the greater community.

The Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum was established in 1874, and has grown into one of the finest geology museums in the world.

T.J. Mullin owned and starred at the Heritage Square Music Hall for 25 years, until its closure at the end of 2013.  Mullin has been nominated for this award before, but has declined because he was always on stage at the Music Hall on the night of the awards dinner!

Barb Warden publishes the website and has written three books about Golden:  Guidebook to Golden Colorado, Funiculars of Golden Colorado, and Olde Golden Christmas.

The Living Landmarks Dinner will be held on May 16th at the Mount Vernon Country Club.  For more information or to purchase tickets to the dinner, contact Golden Landmarks at or 303-279-1236.