Colorado’s First Women’s History Center Opens in Denver

by Victoria Carodine

“Leading up to the dedication of the Center for Colorado Women’s History, we have recently introduced themed teas, such as the Suffragists Teas,” says Allison. The monthly teas are already a hit with the audience and the Center plans to host 15 teas a year, which will feature speakers on various topics, according to Allison. “One of our goals is to generate new knowledge across Colorado and beyond Denver,” says Allison. The Center will also start serving a signature tea—The Lady Evans House tea [a.k.a. Lady Lavender]—created by Boulder-based the Tea Spot. In addition, the Center’s book club started last month and will take place quarterly with the next session taking place on May 20 about Colorado Mansions and Castles by Linda Wommack.
Colorados first womens history center
Photo Courtesy of History Colorado

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