Fri Nov 6th, 2020
Robert L. Ortiz
The Southern Ute Drum
Tags: CJ Brafford, Colorado Enterprise Zone Tax Credit, Colorado Gives Day, COVID-19 regulations, Montrose Regional Library, Native American belief, natural playground, Naturescape Park, Ute Indian Museum, Ute Museum
During this season of giving, we are thankful for community members like you, who support our educational programs. You are a valuable part of the Ute Indian Museum!
This year has been challenging. However, with your help, we have adjusted our programming to comply with COVID-19 regulations and have reached more than 13,000 visitors in 2020.
Support from donors like you will allow the Ute Indian Museum to construct a Naturescape Park. The Naturescape Park will have play and educational components for a multigenerational participation. The completed project will serve both the community and the museum and will include:
This unique community resource will instill early literacy skills, a renewed interest in child-led creative play, and an invitation to exercise and learn while spending time outdoors.
Please join us again for Colorado Gives Day and consider scheduling a donation now or making a donation on Tuesday, December 8. Your donations to Ute Indian Museum will support the creation of the Naturescape Park. To donate, go to www.ColoradoGives.org/UIM.
Donations of $250 or more to Ute Indian Museum are eligible to receive 25% of the donation amount as a Colorado Enterprise Zone Tax Credit. Contact me at Ute Indian Museum if you’re interested in more information, 970-249-3098.