We’ve completed our pop-up exhibit on our community’s current high water situation! The exhibit talks about floods past and present and places them in the context of our watershed. Stop by the museum to take a look!
Branding Exhibit Now Open!
Our new temporary exhibit, Cattle Country: Branding and the Open Range, is open! This exhibit features several antique brands from our collection and multiple hands-on activities for the whole family. It’ll be open all summer, so you’ll have plenty of chances to come by and check it out!
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AAPI Highlight – Hinamatsuri Dolls
This week for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we’re showing off our Hinamatsuri (Girls’ Day) dolls. Every March 3rd, Japanese families with young daughters display dolls like these, which represent a Heian Period (794-1185) royal wedding. Simple sets consist of the emperor and empress dolls (like these two), but displays can become much…
Mystery Monday – The Fisherman
With the weather getting nicer, now is a great time to get out and fish, like this gentleman did around 1969. Sadly, we’re not sure who he is! Anyone recognize him?
Happy Mother’s Day!
To all the moms out there: we know sometimes you feel like a pack mule, lugging around everything for your family (physically or metaphorically), and we want you to know we appreciate you. Happy Mother’s Day from all of us at CCM!
Gray, Reid, & Co.
Have you ever looked up at this building and seen the “Gray, Reid, & Co.” sign painted on the side? Well on this day in 1916, this general store opened. They sold clothes, groceries, hardware, and other goods for many years.