Regent Carolyn Mears welcomes you to the Colorado Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution website.
The Colorado Chapter NSDAR was established in 1904 by a group of civic-minded women committed to advancing ideals of patriotism, education, and historic awareness through charitable works. Our chapter’s first regent, Mary Goodell Grant, was wife of Colorado’s second territorial governor and third state governor.
Today we have over 140 members from the Denver metro area representing a wide variety of backgrounds, ages, and interests. We meet the fourth Friday of the month in Cherry Hills Village, September through May, with occasional Saturday meetings. We are a service organization that focuses on DAR goals of historic preservation, education, and patriotism. Our registrar and volunteer genealogists take an active role in assisting prospective members in their ancestry research and application paperwork. We welcome new members!