Over the last few months, our staff has been working in tandem with staff at the Rafter 3C Arena to make several exhibit highlighting ranching history. This exhibit is now complete, and a public dedication will be held on Friday, February 16 at 2:30. Read the full press release here
The next time you’re visiting our Maine Street period rooms, you’ll have something new to look at! We’ve created a series of maps showing how our state, county, and the municipalities within Churchill County have changed since the 1840s! Stop by to check it out!
Come see reproductions of arborglyphs made by Basque sheepherders across Nevada and into California! This traveling exhibit, created by Aspenluv, is open through February and features reproductions of dozens of carvings, basque music, and a special arborglyph craft.
After nearly two years, our archive remodel is officially done! Our archivist, Marilyn, just moved the last of the archives onto our brand-new movable shelves. Here she is talking about it: To access these materials, please contact Marilyn for an appointment by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org