The 1860s: The Decade that Made Nevada

Our newest temporary exhibit, “The 1860s: the Decade that Made Nevada,” is now fully open! Come in and learn about some of the many events that shaped our state and the legacy they left. The exhibit contains multiple hands-on activities, including a mock Pony Express station and functional telegraph booth! Be among the first to…

Plans for Next Saturday?

Do you have plans for the afternoon of the 20th? Well, if you’re a member, your plan should be to visit CCM from 1-3pm! You’ll get to partake in our raffle, book sale, and get to meet our new director, Mel Glover! We’ll see you there!

Research Room is Back Open!

As of today, we’re happy to welcome researchers back into our research room! However, as we are still in the process of renovating our archive, some materials remain inaccessible. We thank you for your continued patience! You may notice we now have our reference library in the research room. This is for the safety of…

Book Sale is Back!

Today we’re starting our second annual book sale! Stop by CCM now through September 1st to see what vintage books we have for sale!

No Kitten Around – It’s International Cat Day!

We’ve had barn cats in Churchill County about as long as we’ve had barns, but mountain lions have been here for millennia. This particular fearsome feline has been watching over CCM for generations now. Stop by this week to say hi!

Goodbye and Thank You, Hunter!

If you’ve been enjoying many of our posts over the last few months, our fantastic intern, Hunter, has been the one to thank. Unfortunately, today he is leaving us to focus on his studies at Oasis/WNCC. Good luck and we hope you come back to visit!