The Mission of the Conifer Historical Society and Museum is to share the region’s legacy by collecting, preserving and exhibiting historical and cultural materials.
Mailing: P.O. Box 295, Conifer, CO 80433
Physical: 26951 Barkley Road, Conifer, CO 80433 Map
We do not receive mail at our physical address – please send it to our PO Box, thanks!
Are you interested in using the Little White Schoolhouse for a personal gathering? Click Here to submit a building access request.
General Info: (303) 396-5975
Our Bylaws (Revision November 18, 2019; Last Board Review November 18, 2019)
6:00 PM on the 4th Tuesday of odd-numbered months (January, March, May, July, September, November)
Due to COVID-19 Safety Precautions, our meetings are currently held online.
Email us for the next meeting link!
(open to the public, come say hello!)
Board of Directors – 2023
Erin Thatcher, President
Carla Mink, Vice President
Deb Watts, Treasurer
Open Position, Click to Apply, Secretary
Operations Committee Chairperson Maggie Constantino
The Operations Committee coordinates our Programs & Exhibits, Marketing, Museum Collections, Volunteer Activity (Volunteer Coordinator and day-to-day operations), Gift Shop, Lending Library, and Building Access (use for community members).
Operations Collections Sub-Committee Chairperson Carla Mink
The Collections Sub-Committee is responsible for reviewing all items brought to us for accession into the museum’s historical collection – such as diaries, letters, and other physical items. If you have items you wish to have considered for our collection, please contact this committee. Please do not leave items on our porch, thank you.
Facilities Committee Chairperson Tom Laubis
The Facilities Committee is responsible for Little White Schoolhouse Restoration and Repairs & Maintenance of our buildings.
Development Committee Chairperson Open Position – Contact Us to Apply!
The Development Committee works on Fundraising and Grants, Community Educational Outreach, and increasing our population of Members and Volunteers.
“One of the really important things about preservation is it connects people to history in a very tangible way.”