The Rocky Mountain Map Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and appreciation of maps and other items of cartographic int Our website is www.RMmaps.org/index.html

Most meetings are held on Tuesday evenings at the Denver Public Library, 5th Floor, Gates Room, at 5:30 PM.



Rocky Mountain Map Society's Annual Map Month: "Visualizing Colorado" - May 2019

Denver Public Library


All lectures at 5:30 PM
in Conference Room B2
Lower Level

DPL Map Month Exhibit
Near Gates Reading Room 5th Floor

These programs are all free and open to the community.

 

Dates: Tuesdays, May 7, 14, 21, and 28, 2019
Time: Lecture Series at 5:30 PM
Location: Denver Public Library

Guest Speakers:

Map Exhibit:

  • "Visualizing Colorado: Maps & Views of the Centennial State"
  • Dates: April 10 through August 3, 2019
  • Rare Maps: Maps from Denver Public Library's map collection will be on display to accompany Map Month lectures and to showcase the various ways cartographers have rendered the complex topography of the Centennial State.

Upcoming Meetings -- Save the dates!

April 20, 2019
Saturday, 2-4 PM
Loveland Museum
503 North Lincoln Avenue
Loveland, Colorado

"Pioneer Roads in Larimer County"
Presentation by Ken Jessen
Oregon-California Trails Association
Colorado-Cherokee Trail Chapter
Free and open to the public
For details, e-mail Camille Bradford

 

October 8, 2019
5:30 PM at DPL

Annual Scholar lecture [speaker and title TBD]

 

Announcements by RMMS Members

Susan Schulten will teach:  "America: Seeing the Past through Maps"
A two-night Adult Learner enrichment course at the University of Denver.
Course: ENRICH-0229 Hist: America in 100 Maps; registration fee $95
Two sessions: Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30 PM, May 1 and 8, 2019
Location: Room 453, Sturm Hall, DU campus

CONAMS Announcement: from Paul Mathias
"THE PORTOLAN": JOURNAL OF THE WASHINGTON MAP SOCIETY, ISSUE 104 (SPRING 2019) is now available.
Issue 104 (Spring 2019), consisting of 78 pages, was published in March 2019 and is in distribution to all paid subscribers and print-issue members in good standing of the Washington Map Society. Copies are available for purchase.
For details, see www.washmapsociety.org/TPJ2.htm for information on how to order and locate issues of the journal, and procedures for prospective authors.



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