Make history at the Fort Lupton City Museum located in the heart of our community.
Historians and genealogy researchers appreciate our extensive archives of family histories, cemetery records, business documents, and photos dating as far back as the 1800s.
Mixing it up at the Museum
A Mixed Media and Junk Journal, 2 hour crafting session. Learn a new craft, share ideas and enjoy some creative tie with new or old friends! Space is limited. Please call ahead to check availability. We will start a little earlier this year at 11am to 1 pm.
February 20, 2020
March 19, 2020
April 16, 2020
May 21, 2020
It's A Hoot
Where’s The Tupperware Party?
Friday, February 28th - 12pm - 1pm
The Tupperware party that is! Our “It’s A Hoot”, mini lecture series, this month will be the inspiration and history behind Tupperware, an American dishware icon since 1946.
Our lovely speakers will be Katie Cox and Stephanie Hall, will share the many unique where’s and wares of Tupperware.
Windows on the Past
Friday, April 24th - 12pm - 1pm
Memory boxes with artist and historian Karen Ewing. Karen will share her memorial boxes, how she made them and how you can make your own.
We are looking for older Fort Lupton High School Yearbooks to complete our collection, they are such a great resource to have!
Do you have newspapers from 1890 to the 1990s? They may not be called, "The Fort Lupton Press" they might be The Cyclone or The Fort Lupton Fact. We would love for you to share them with us!