Fremont County Historical Society
What is the Fremont County Historical Society?
The Fremont County Historical Society is a non-profit 501 (c)3 organization with tax deductible dues. The FCHS Board of Directors hold meetings and publish newsletters every other month on heritage oriented topics.
Meetings for members are programs presented with historical content at the Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church on No. Sheridan Ave., Canon City, CO These meetings are held six times a year and everyone is invited. Refreshments are served. Meetings start at 2:00 pm
Board meetings are the first Friday of every month at the Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. Everyone is welcome.
The newsletter is published and sent to all members prior to the program weekend.
THE COLLECTION OF DOCUMENTS AND ARTIFACTS THAT COMPRISE THE GENERAL RESOURCE IN THE ROYAL GORGE HISTORY CENTER WAS ORIGINALLY DONATED BY THE FREMONT/CUSTER HISTORICAL SOCIETY (NOW THE FREMONT COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY) IN EARLY 1993. THE HISTORY CENTER HAS SINCE EXPANDED INTO A VERY EXTENSIVE BASE OF DOCUMENTS NOW AVAILABLE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC FOR RESEARCH AND READING.
Contact Us at FCHS@fremontheritage.com
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