June 24, 2015

What We Do


We generally meet the 1st Saturday morning of each month September through May, in the Castle Rock, Colorado area and our meetings are open to chapter members, their guests, and prospective members. If you’d like to attend a meeting or for more information, please contact contact Chapter Regent using our “Contact Us” page.

2016-2017 Program Schedule

August 20, 2016 Member Reception and Orientation
(Membership Committee)
September 10, 2016 Regular Meeting: Program “Constitution Week”
(Constitution Week Committee)
September 17-23, 2016 Constitution Week
October 1, 2016 Regular Meeting: Program: “Women’s Crisis Center”
(Women’s Issues Committee)
November 5, 2016 Regular Meeting: Program “Moats WWII Pilot – DOGFIGHTS Death of the Luftwaffe”
(DAR Service for Veterans Committee)
December 3, 2016 Regular Meeting: Program “Angel Paws Therapy Dogs”
January 7, 2017 Regular Meeting: Program “Stegosaurus Society, National Society Children of the American Revolution”
(Children of the American Revolution Committee)
February 4, 2017 Regular Meeting: Program Chapter Good Citizen and American History Essay Student Awards
(DAR Good Citizens Committee and American History Committee)
March 4, 2017 Regular Meeting: Program “USS Constitution, America’s Ship of State”
(American History Committee)
April 1, 2017 Regular Meeting: Program “Flag Ceremony” by Mountain View Young Marines, (The Flag of the United States of America Committee and National Defense Committee)
May 6, 2017 Regular Meeting: Program “Community Classroom Committee”


Members of the Castle Rock Chapter NSDAR are delighted to join other Colorado chapters, the Colorado State DAR, and National Society in service to our communities. Most of the significant work of the DAR is done at the grassroots level through individual chapters. Each chapter has its own programs and initiatives based on the DAR’s mission and guidance from the state and national leadership. Our committees are the base of our chapter’s involvement in our communities; giving our members opportunities to serve DAR objectives that are most valuable to each person. Some of the committees we’re excited to begin serving include:

American Heritage
American History
American Indians
Chapter Achievement Awards
Children of the American Revolution Committee
Chapter Development and Revitalization Commission
Commemorative Events
Community Classroom
Community Service Awards
Constitution Week
DAR Genealogy Preservation
DAR Good Citizens
DAR Magazine
DAR Museum Outreach
DAR Project Patriot
DAR Scholarship
DAR School
DAR Service for Veterans
The Flag of the United States of America
Genealogical Records
Historic Preservation
Junior American Citizens
Junior Membership
Lineage Research
Literacy Promotion
National Defense
President General’s Project
Public Relations & Media
Service to America
Special Projects Grants
Volunteer Information Specialists
Volunteer Genealogists
Women’s Issues