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Sponsor Spotlight: Native American Bank

Sponsors of Tesoro Cultural Center provide a direct impact on furthering our mission of protecting the artistic and cultural treasures of America’s past. As a sponsor, the Native American Bank directly supports our annual Indian Market and Powwow, which would not be possible without the help of our wonderful sponsors.

With roots in community development, the Native American Bank was founded to provide access to financial services for Alaska Native and Native American communities. As the only American Indian-owned community … Read the entire post > “Sponsor Spotlight: Native American Bank”

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Tesoro’s 2017 Historic Lecture Series (Cont.)

Each year, our historic lecture series features the finest humanities scholars, historians and authors in the field of Western American history. The lecture series cultivates a new appreciation for diverse cultures that shaped our current landscape. From Apache wars to The Fort’s own ghost stories, 19th century American Western history comes alive through each lecture.

Dinner lectures at The Fort Restaurant include a special prix fixe menu, featuring The Fort’s famous salad, award winning guacamole, entrée and dessert*. All proceeds … Read the entire post > “Tesoro’s 2017 Historic Lecture Series (Cont.)”

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Head Back to School with Tesoro

School is back in session, and we’re excited to welcome students, teachers and parents for a variety of educational programs, which are dedicated to bringing the diverse history of early Colorado to life.

Bent’s Fort: A Crossroads

This two-hour fieldtrip, held on the grounds of The Fort Restaurant, explores the history of Bent’s Old Fort and Colorado. Led by educators and interpreters dressed in authentic attire, this program is ideal for students grades third through eight. In accordance with Colorado … Read the entire post > “Head Back to School with Tesoro”

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