In honor of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month, the Ute Indian Museum will hold its first free day of the year on Saturday, May 4.
The museum is located at 17253 Chipeta Road in Montrose and is open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Archaeology and Historic Preservation Month's (AHPM) 2019 theme is "Building Communities: Celebrating 20 Years of the State Historical Fund." The focus of this year's events is on how historic preservation has strengthened our communities by honoring the past to create a new future. Communities from around the state will celebrate archaeology and historic preservation.
Enjoy a special screening of "Breaking New Ground - Native Americans in Archaeology," playing throughout the day.