Pence pointed to the Trump administration’s work to address school security and support for changes to the background check system, as well as arming teachers.
The event is scheduled for the morning of April 26.
President Donald Trump plans to send Vice President Mike Pence to an upcoming summit in South America the president has decided to skip.
Pence tried to reassure the monarch that the U.S. was committed to restarting peace efforts and to a two-state solution, if both sides agree.
Pence departed as scheduled Friday evening as U.S. lawmakers sought to avert a federal government shutdown at midnight.
Pence had been scheduled to visit Israel last month but called off the trip at late notice and said he would come instead in January.
Pence and his family arrived in the Aspen area Tuesday and plan to leave Monday.
The former Indiana governor and his wife, Karen Pence, arrived at 3:33 p.m., touching down at Columbus Municipal Airport.
Vice President Mike Pence, joined by Gov. Eric Holcomb and Sen. Todd Young, asked questions about tax reform to Hoosier business owners.
Pence's trip comes as the Trump administration is trying to win support from Democratic Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly for the tax plan.