600 S State St Orem
Get out of the heat and see National Treasures at the Brent Ashworth Family – National Treasures Museum, located in room 201 at the SCERA Theater. Come view amazing historical artifacts, including:
The first printing of the Declaration of Independence
The Stone Declaration of Independence
The Bible of William Bradford, brought over on the Mayflower
George Washington letters
Other items from 1607 to 1864, including the poker table of Ulysses S. Grant
Visit room 101 as well and see Utah historical documents and artifacts
Come join us for a “Dance Through History” Tuesday, July 3 7:00 p.m. Colonial dance lessons will be offered throughout the day on Monday and Tuesday to get everyone ready for the event.
The Colonial Heritage Festival and Military Vehicles who are in the park will both hold dances and the Military Vehicles will be offering a USO Show and Big Band 40’s and 50’s dance afterward.
Ngoma Y’ Africa, an African will also be in attendance and will be telling stories of slaves in the colonies. They will also have a special presentation where they will tell stories through dance and music each day at 4:30 p.m.
“Mama Africa,” a culinary genius, will be selling food from African and creole cultures which were traditional in the southern colonies.
If you would like to know more about how you can help, please contact us at colonialheritagefoundation@