Reclaiming Our Heritage

Exhibit Open July 19, 2019 – September 22, 2019

Greeley History Museum
714 8th St., Greeley, CO

Civil War Weekend

September 21-22, 2019

Centennial Village Museum
1475 A St., Greeley, CO

The Dakan Perspective: Over a Century of Father & Son Photography

Exhibit Open March 15, 2019 – January 5, 2020

Greeley History Museum
714 8th St., Greeley, CO

Unmentionable: The Indiscreet Stories of Artifacts

Exhibit Open August 24, 2019 – June 14, 2020

Greeley History Museum
714 8th St., Greeley, CO

Volunteers Needed for Oral History Transcription

Call the museum today at 970-350-9219 and learn how you can help! 

Greeley History Museum
714 8th St., Greeley, CO

Weld on the Web

Access an online historical image database, presented by the City of Greeley Museums and the High Plains Library District.

Greeley History Museum
714 8th St., Greeley, CO

2019 Potato Day at Centennial Village Museum

FOR RELEASE: Greeley, CO -- Since 1894 Greeley has been celebrating one of the most delicious root vegetables, the potato. The Friends of the Greeley Museums will pay their annual homage to the potato with Potato Day September 14, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Centennial...

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Unmentionable: The Indiscreet Stories of Artifacts

FOR RELEASE: Greeley, CO -- The Greeley History Museum is proud to present “Unmentionable: The Indiscreet Stories of Artifacts” from August 24, 2019 to July 14, 2020. The exhibition explores some of the unusual, icky, disturbing, awful, uncomfortable and surprising...

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Reclaiming Our Heritage

FOR RELEASE: Greeley, CO -- What does it mean to hold on to your own cultural heritage? If you lose your heritage, how do you find it again? The Greeley History Museum, 714 8th St., presents “Reclaiming Our Heritage” a look into ways cultural groups lose their...

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Did you know that the study of flags is called vexillology? (Try saying that three times fast!) Even if you aren’t a vexillologist, the Karenni flag is a fascinating and beautiful representation of the culture. Local Karenni woman Pu Meh says, “There are three colors in our flag and each color has its own meaning. The red color means courage, the white color means honesty, and the blue color means righteousness. The symbol in the middle is a drum, which is a traditional Karenni instrument. It symbolizes togetherness as music brings people together.” See this flag and more in person in the Reclaiming Our Heritage exhibit, open now through September 22nd. ... See MoreSee Less

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