Nite at the Museum: Trick or Treat with us!

Looking for a little something different this Halloween/Nevada Day? Come to our Nite at the Museum on October 30th from 3-5pm and learn about Nevada History from our reenactors while getting your trick or treat on! We are also looking for volunteers to distribute candy. Contact director@ccmuseum.org for more information.

2021 Lecture Series: Water Mark

It’s time for our fall lecture series! This year we’re focusing on the Newlands Project, bringing in speakers with a range of views on our water system. Click here for information about the talks and presenters! Want reminders about this series? You can RSVP for our Facebook event here!

How Do You Get Gold’s Attention? Aaayyyy youuuuuu!

How Do You Get Gold’s Attention? Aaayyyy youuuuuu! Do you get it? Beyond the hilarious gold puns and periodic table references, mining has had a major influence on our little town. Be sure to stop by to see our mineral collection, which has specimens from across Nevada and beyond! Pictured below is a little girl…

Paiute Storytelling at Lattin Farms

Stop by Lattin Farms this Saturday at 5:30 to hear our registrar, Donna Cossette, share some Paiute stories! On your way, be sure to stop by CCM – we’ve got coupons for $1 off the Lattin Farms corn maze!

Lecture Series Finale Tonight!

This evening at 6 we have our last lecture of the year. Carl Lunderstadt from U.S. Fish and wildlife will be joining us to talk about Stillwater Marsh, a vitally important wetland just east of Fallon. Even if you haven’t been to our other lectures, feel free to join us tonight!

Roy Williams Oral History

This week we’re going way back with Roy Williams, who remembers Fallon right at the turn of the 20th century! Take a listen here!

Spooky Saturday – No Good Options

Okay, I admit it, sentient food has always creeped me out. But, honestly, I’m not sure which of these two creatures would be more disturbing to see: a living can with arms and legs, desperately trying to escape being torn open, or a goose that is both smart enough to realize that food in a…