National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution

About Us

The Color Country Chapter was officially organized on April 18, 1997. Diane Tarbox was the Organizing Regent. The name “Color Country” pays tribute to the striking red rocks, green mountains, white and coral desert sands, and the beautiful blue skies that abound in Southwestern Utah. The area surrounding St. George has, for a long time, been identified with this name, so it seemed only fitting that the first DAR Chapter in St. George be called “Color Country”.

Meetings

Unless otherwise noted, our meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month from September through May.

If you have an interest in attending one of our regularly scheduled meetings, please email us: Meeting Inquiries

Snow Canyon SP 1Snow Canyon State Park
Southern Utah ICONSouthern Utah Icon
Elephant ArchElephant Arch
Pine Valley MountainWinter on Pine Valley Mountain
Veterans Memorial 4Veterans' Memorial
Zion NP 1Zion National Park

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