The Pikes Peak Depression Glass Club
Colorado Springs, Colorado

The Pikes Peak Depression Glass Club (PPDGC) started meeting in Colorado Springs over 50 years ago.
The club is dedicated to the preservation of American made glass, pottery, and dinnerware from
the Depression era.  The club meets at 7 PM on the 3rd Thursday of each month.
The meetings are at the Mackensie Place, 1605 Elm Creek View.

The meetings have a short business meeting followed by an excellent program on antiques and/or collectibles.
Guests are always welcome.  Further information and/or directions are available via email.


Feb Painted Glass (All) None LaVonne & Bill
Mar Glass Hats (Maria) None Twink & Corrine
Apr Ashtrays (Roberta) None Marcella & Susan
May Yellow Princess DG (Les) ?? (Carla & Mike Cline) Carla & Terry
Jun 2-Pieces of DG (All) None Everyone bring a snack
Jul No meeting.
Aug Club Picnic
Sept Kitchen Ware (Susie) None Mary Jane, Susie, Karli
Oct Favorite non-glass collection (All) None Jackie and Bev
Nov 3 or more of same item different
color, crimp, painting, etc. (All)
Christopher Radko Christmas (Les) Gail & Roberta
Dec Christmas Party

The club no longer sponsors the All American Glass, Pottery, Dinnerware, and More
show.  The show was canceled for the future due to problems finding dealers.

The club has a truly outstanding reference library on depression era glass, pottery,
and dinnerware. Members enjoy free check out from this reference library. To check
out the library click here
"Pikes Peak Depression Glass Club Club Library."

For questions about the Colorado Springs PPDGC submit the following:
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