June 24, 2015

What We Do


We generally meet the first 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 the chapter regent using our Contact Us page.


The chapter varies the dates and times of the meetings to allow members with busy schedules and conflicting obligations to attend whenever possible. Meeting hostesses volunteer to provide snacks, decorations, and door prices. Please Contact Us for meeting times and locations.

September 18, 2021 – Saturday 10:00 a.m.

Program:  Constitution Week and 911 Reflections

Commemorative Events:  Constitution Week (9/17-9/23)

 October 9, 2021 – Saturday 10:00 a.m.

Program:  Women’s Health

November 13, 2021 – Saturday 10:00 a.m.

Program:  Veterans Remembrance and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Commemorative Events:  Veterans Day (11/11)

December 21, 2021 – Saturday 10:00 a.m.

Program:  Freedom Service Dogs and C.A.R.

Commemorative Events: Bill of Rights Day (12/15), Wreaths Across America Day (12/21)

January 8, 2022 – Saturday 10:00 a.m.

Program:  State Regent’s Visit

February 12, 2022 – Saturday 10:00 a.m.

Program/Presentation:  Student Awards

 March 5, 2022 – Saturday 10:00 a.m.

Program:  POW Remembrance, Flag Folding, Flag Retirement, Honor Bells

Commemorative Events:  Women’s History Month, Anniversary of the Boston Massacre (3/5), National Vietnam War Veterans Day (3/29)

 April 8, 2022 – Friday evening 6:30 p.m.

Program: Battle of Bunker Hill

Commemorative Events:  American’s Creed Day (4/3)

May 13, 2022 – Friday evening 6:30 p.m.

Program:  Annual Meeting, Officer and Committee Chair Reports

Commemorative Events:  Memorial Day (5/25)


Members of the Castle Rock Chapter, NSDAR, are delighted to join other Colorado chapters, the Colorado State DAR, and the 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