April 27: Roxborough Area Historical Society presents Her Story: A Timeline of the Women Who Changed America
April 29: Public Tour of the Cherokee Castle
April 29: Eastern Colorado Museums & Historical Societies Spring Meeting at Hugo.
April 30: Smoky Hill Chapter NSDAR's Beginning Genealogy Workshop
May 2: All About Rabbits, Wildlife Night Series at Cherokee Castle
May 6: 17 Mile House Farm Park Open House
May 6: Public Tour of Cherokee Castle
May 6: Lamb Springs and Miksch-Helmer Cabin Cabin Tours
May 6: Castle Rock Historical Society & Museum hosts their Second Annual Victoria's Tea

For programs, concerts, teas and tours at Cherokee Castle, go to their the Castle website at http://cherokeeranch.org and check their Events page.

ALSO ..don't forget to check the Around the West to find events outside of Douglas County.

Douglas County Libraries Monthly Events

DCL Logo-ed Header Click on DC Libraries Events of the Month to see DCL's all programs of the month.


2017 Book Calendar CoverThe HDC 2017 Book-calendar was released in August at the Douglas County Fair. The 2017 Book-calendar, The Early Years is the second in the series of Telling the History of Douglas County. The 2017 Book-calendar provides insight to the early growth of Douglas County (1900-1930). Learn more about the 2017 Book-calendar at 2017 Book-Calendar.

Historic Douglas County Coverlet

Left Sidebar CoverletInterested in this latest Historic Douglas County Coverlet. Click on Order Coverlet to learn more and order coverlet.

Historic Douglas County, Inc. Mission:

The purpose of Historic Douglas County is to expand and enrich public awareness of Douglas County history through education and communication, and through support and coordination among local historical organizations and other related groups.


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Sponsorship of Historical Douglas County, Inc. (HDC) is a way of showing your support for preserving the rich history of our Douglas County area and educating the public about it. Our intent is that a sponsorship becomes a two-way relationship that benefits your business as well as HDC. HDC believes that we provide you the opportunity to have a much wider exposure to portions of the general public that your business may not have today. Wider exposure to potential clients or customers should translate into increased dollars for your business as well as provide a significant value of goodwill to the public.
Historic Douglas County, Inc. has multiple ranges of sponsorships. You can see from the pyramid on the right how we focus the funds from your type of sponsorship. We believe that our sponsorship levels provide good value for our sponsors at every level. Below is a table providing a brief itemization of what sponsors receive for the respective levels of sponsorship participation.
HDC encourages and appreciates your consideration of sponsorship. Although our “official” sponsorship months are June and July, we receive sponsorships throughout the year. If you decide to sponsor HDC after our annual calendar is released (early August each year), we include your advertisement in the following calendar year. Your logo and website link will immediately be put on the HDC website and you will be identified as an HDC sponsor at all the public events in which HDC participates.

Sponsors of HDC …appearing in HDC’s 2017 Historic Douglas County Calendar…
(Clicking on a SPONSOR’S LOGO will take you to the SPONSOR’S WEBSITE)

Burning Tree Family Dental
Dr. Cary LaCouture, Franktown


Castle Rock Bank
Tom Miller, Castle Rock


Douglas County Fairgrounds & Events
Castle Rock


Engel & Volkers Sponsor LogoENGEL & VOLKERS
Ed Hooks Jr., Front Range Colorado

Plum Creek Hollow
Nancy Gooding, Larkspur


RBC Wealth Management
The Rhode Team, Greenwood Village
David Rhode and Liza DePinto


Rockyard American Grill & Brewing Company
Jeff Drabing, Castle Rock

Tri-Lakes Printing



As a business you can sponsor Historic Douglas County, Inc. In doing so, your business becomes recognized as being part of the foundation that supports the pioneering history and culture of our great area. HDC reaches out to all segments of the general public and communicates and educates them about our history and the historic venues that have made our area the pioneering crossroads of our nation’s history. HDC also supports all of the historic societies and organizations within Douglas County and assists them with their projects to meet their goals of preserving and educating the public about the history and culture of their specific areas.

If your business has a PayPal account, you can sponsor Historic Douglas County, Inc. on line by completing the form below and sponsoring HDC through a PayPal payment. A letter recognizing the level of sponsorship will be sent to you either via email or through the United States Postal Service. Remember, Historic Douglas County, Inc. is not a governmental entity. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to educating and promoting the historic venues, records and culture of our area’s great and rich past.
Sponsorship Form (Word Doc)

Sponsorship Level Selection

Non-profit and Mailing Address Info | Box 2032 | Castle Rock | Colorado 80104
IRS Non-profit certified under the 501(c)3 section of the Internal Revenue Code: EIN: 26-4211562; DLN: 17053091004039
Registered as a Non-profit Corporation in the State of Colorado: 200910555341