Sex and Drugs in the 1890s

Tomorrow morning (Wednesday, November 8th) from 10-11, Colorado Women in Business and Connects Workspace will host a workshop on personal digital securityLearn more….

Lecture at the Golden History Center

Tomorrow night, the Golden History Center will host a lecture by Randi Samuelson-Brown: Sex and Drugs in the 1890s. Learn about the 1890s world of prostitution, licit and illicit drugs, bad whiskey recipes and the saloon and brothel culture that flourished in Colorado. Her book The Beaten Territory will be for sale. The event runs from 5:30-7PM. The cost is $10 for GHM members; $15 non-members. Buy tickets online.

Thursday morning from 10-11, History Museum members are invited to the Director’s Update.

Next Wednesday, November 15th, the Museum will host “Where Do We Go From Here?”: America in the First World War.   This is part of the World War I Book Discussion Series.

The story of a war is much more than the recital of facts, battles, and dates. No matter the impacts of war upon nations and the world order, the underlying story of a war is its immediate and long lasting impacts on individuals. Come participate in a book discussion of Private Peaceful, with discussion facilitator Dr. Kevin Rucker.  Learn more….