Young Chautauqua Program

Do you know a teenager who loves acting, history, or both? Help them sign up for our Young Chautauqua program! This program is free for ages 12-18 and will be held on Wednesday afternoons from 3:30 to 4:30 at CCM! Click here for more info!

Black History Month Feature: Our Story

For #BlackHistoryMonth, we’ll share resources talking about some influential African American figures in the state’s history! First, we want to link Our Story Inc, which hosts dozens of brief biographies of prominent people of color in our state’s history. Click here to take a look at a few!

Mystery Monday – Nurse and Patient

Feeling a little under the weather (like the patient in bed)? Maybe this nurse could help you out. If only we knew who she was! Any ideas? #mysterymonday

Frozen Fallon Exhibit Still Open

Looking for something to do this weekend? Visit the museum! Our Frozen Fallon temporary exhibit is only sticking around for another month, so come take a look before it melts away at the end of February!

End of the Vietnam War

50 years ago today, the Paris Peace Accords were signed, ending the Vietnam War. We want to thank the many people in our community who served during the conflict and encourage others to learn more about the war’s history. We have several resources available at CCM, so reach out!