2022 will soon end, so we’re getting ready for our New Year’s Eve gala! This year’s theme is the Mad Hatter’s Ball & Auction, and tickets are now available at the Churchill County Museum! Tickets must be purchased ahead of time. Contact us for details.
Mark your calendars! Our annual holiday open house will be Saturday, December 17th. We’ll have crafts and light refreshments starting at 12:30 and a performance by the delightful Tintabulations Handbell Ensemble at 1 pm. We hope to see you all there!
Remember that we’ve got our annual holiday sale running through December 31st. Members get a 20% discount on everything in our museum store, including puppets, books, ornaments, jewelry, and more!
This year’s Tintabulations Concert is called “An Ad Lib Christmas” They’ll be performing two weeks from right now (Sat 12/17 at 1 pm) right here at CCM! We’ll also have light refreshments and crafts for the kids. Come and take a listen!
Today is the annual Christmas Tree Lighting! This Fallon tradition is nearly 100 years old and such a highlight of the year we made it the first mural in the “Our Communities, Our Stories” project. Tonight is your only chance to participate in this event until next year, so make sure to head downtown tonight!
Our winter exhibit, “Frozen Fallon: Churchill County as a Winter Wonderland” is open! This photo show features many corners of Churchill County from the early 1900s to the 1980s. You can also share your favorite winter activity on a bulletin board in the back. Be sure to stop by!
Today is the last day of #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth. We’ve been focusing on pre-contact material culture, it’s important to remember that Indigenous people & cultures are still very much alive and fully modern, so today we have Alissa Dick’s dance regalia from the early 2000s. This outfit is also an example of shared culture, as buckskin dresses…