Featured Events:

Fall Lecture Series: Where the Ghosts Live

Join us for our 2023 fall lecture series in October! This year’s theme will feature haunted places from throughout the state. To learn more about getting teacher inservice for attendance, click here!

[Flier for the lecture series. Black and purple text on a black and white background showing a house and leafless trees. It reads “Where the Ghosts Live 2023 Fall Lecture Series. Tues 10/3, 6pm. Tami Force “Ghost Towns of Nevada” a photographic journey through Nevada. Tues 10/10, 6pm Kristin Sanderson “Fort Churchill” From thriving frontier fort to ghostly ruins. Tues 10/19, 6pm, Nancy Hadlock & Richard Potashin “Voices from the Ghostly White Aspens” The stories and Spirits behind the carvings. Tues 10/24 6pm Janice Oberding. “Nevada’s famous and Infamous Ghosts” And the places they haunt. Tuesdays October 3rd-24th, 6pm. CCM Multipurpose Room”]

Other Upcoming Events:

Shades of Yesteryear Adult Chautauqua Performance

The Churchill County Museum in conjunction with the Fallon Theatre Presents: Shades of Yesteryear, Bringing Local Historical Figures to Life! Saturday, October 21st, 1:30pm at the Fallon Theatre. Featuring CCM's Adult Chautauqua Theater Performers. Donna Cossette as Yaga Tsome/Cry Beads, Tom Jones as R.L. Douglas, Sue Chambers as Margaret E. Oser, Mel Glover as Joseph Liechty, Terry Smith as Minnie Blair, Pam Duarte as Laura Mills, Glen Perazzo as Ernest Loring. Seating is limited! Advance Discounted Tickets may be procured at the Churchill County Museum until October 20th: Free to Churchill County Museum Association members! $15 general admission $10 Seniors, Military, Children under 12. Get your discounted tickets early – all tickets $20 on the day of event! Concession stand will be open with refreshments, beer, and wine available for purchase.

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