Museum Seeking Community Feedback


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Telluride Historical Museum


Museum Seeking Community Feedback

Survey Part of New Three Year Strategic Plan

(TELLURIDE, Colo – 6/17/2019) – The Telluride Historical Museum has kicked off its process to create its latest 3-year strategic plan.  As part of the planning process, THM is soliciting feedback from the community via a survey hosted by Survey Monkey.  The strategic plan will enable the Museum to advance its mission by evaluating the impact of its services and programs.

“As an organization that exists solely because of the community, it’s incredibly important to us to have the community help guide us as we plan the next three years for the Museum,” Executive Director Kiernan Lannon said.

As various factors change, the Museum wants to make sure its next three years remain relevant. The survey asks respondents to consider the Museum’s programs and services and weigh whether the Museum is meeting community’s needs.
“It’s essential to the Museum board and staff that we are serving the needs of the community,” Lannon added.  “We’re hoping to get a great response to the survey.”
They survey will be live until July 4th and can be accessed at  Lannon said the Museum is hoping to gather at least 100 responses.  The Museum will be emailing this link to its members and mailing list as well as soliciting feedback from museum guests over the next month.  If you are interested in participating, or have any questions, contact the Museum at 970-728-3344 or email Executive Director Kiernan Lannon at

The Telluride Historical Museum is a 501(c3) nonprofit located at the top of Fir Street. Through permanent and annual exhibitions, engaging programming, and insightful events it works to bring the history of Telluride and the region to life. To learn more visit: