It’s time for our fall lecture series! This year we’re focusing on the Newlands Project, bringing in speakers with a range of views on our water system. Click here for information about the talks and presenters! Want reminders about this series? You can RSVP for our Facebook event here!
Want to learn about traditional Toi-Ticutta lifeways? Our registrar, Donna Cossette, will be teaching two classes this fall, one on flint knapping and one on making cordage. Check out the flyer below, and click here to download the signup sheet!
We’re starting our first lecture series in over a year! Join us next Tuesday evening at 6 as Leanna Hale talks about the history of water use among the Toi-Ticutta! hroughout the next two months, we will be providing multiple perspectives on water use and its history in Churchill County. Check out the full list…
Come visit the Churchill County Museum and learn about the Pony Express! Photographed below is the pony express stop located in Eastgate, Nevada
We’ve been talking a lot about our new Hidden Cave exhibit, that opens September 18th, but you can also go see the cave (and take pictures of it, like Albert Alcorn did below) in person by scheduling a tour.