Scouting and Guiding Museums
   
United States - Colorado
   
Name Koshare Indian Museum
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Description Interpretive Native American dances & history, Pueblo art & artifacts, research library - Operated by Not-for-profit corporation founded by Troop 232 in 1933
Address 115 W. 18th Street
P.O. Box 580
 
City La Junta
State/Province Colorado
Zip/Postal 81050
Country USA
Contact Linda Powers Nunez
Phone 719-384-4411 or 800-693-5482 - Fax: 719-384-8836
Email linda.powers@ojc.edu
Fees Fee - see website
Hours Daily 10 AM - 5 PM with extended hours til 9 PM on M & W
Website http://www.kosharehistory.org/
   
Name Armstrong Heritage Center 
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Description The Armstrong Heritage Center, as a Scouting museum, opened in 2008 on the occasion of the 50th camping season at the Ben Delatour Scout Ranch. The museum's name honors Eagle Scout, and former camp staff member and university educator, Daniel Armstrong. The structure originally was constructed on the Pinecroft Ranch as a calving shed. Later in its Scout camp days it served as a storage facility, trail center, and - after a 1985 camp staff reunion service project - the Ben Delatour Scout Ranch administrative office
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City Red Feather Lakes
State/Province Colorado
Zip/Postal 80536
Country USA
Contact Billy Riley
Phone 970 330-6305 or 1-800-800-4052
Fax 970-330-7961
Email briley@bsamail.org
Fees Admission is free
Hours The museum is open during many weekend Scouting events, and on a posted scheduled basis during summer camp operations in June, July and August. 
Website http://www.longspeakbsa..org/info/museum/
   
  

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