Littleton Museum: “Letters from Home”

Wednesday -
Littleton Museum, 6028 S Gallup St, Littleton, CO 80120
Littleton, CO

For this summer concert, we will be performing our "Letters from Home" show on behalf of the Littleton Museum's opening of their new exhibit "Littleton Goes to War: 1941-1945".


Concert Info:
Concerts are held on the front lawn of Littleton Museum and are free to the public.
Bring a picnic to enjoy with friends and family prior to the show.
Chairs that could obstruct the view of others should be placed at the back or along the sides of the lawn.

Exhibit Info:
Littleton Goes to War: 1941-1945
Exhibit dates: July 5, 2014 - August 16, 2015

In 1941, America went to war, and Littleton played a major role in the effort. From the contributions of agriculture, industry, and the home front, to the individual tales of heroism at home and abroad, Littleton’s involvement is a chapter in the story of America in WW II. The exhibition "Littleton Goes to War: 1941-1945" tells the narrative of the Second World War, from a small Colorado town to the global conflict and back. The exhibition runs from July 5, 2014 through August 16, 2015 in the Changing Gallery. In conjunction with the exhibit, the 1890’s farm house will be transformed into a 1940’s rural home complete with Victory Garden and WWII era costuming and interpretation. This temporary change will be in place for the run of the exhibit.