Now that the semester has been over long enough for us all to catch our breath, now is a good time to look back and think about the history of schools in our county. Stop by the museum to experience our new temporary exhibit, Schools of Churchill County, and do just that!
Sometimes even Santa’s reindeer need a break, and our staff does too. The Museum is closed today and tomorrow for Christmas. See you on Sunday!
Looking for something to do now that school’s out? Come by the museum and try our new treasure hunt! Beatrice has found 24 shiny gold-colored objects in our museum. Can you find them too? Come in to find out and even win a prize!
Today is the Winter Solstice, the official start of winter, the first of the 12 days of Christmas, and the beginning of Yule. That’s a lot packed into the shortest day of the year! Especially when there’s all the beauty of winter to take in, like the snow and pogonip pictured.
Isn’t this quilt beautiful? Well, it could be yours! This quilt, donated by Joey of Workman Farms, is one of many items we’ll be auctioning off at our New Years’ Eve Black & White Masquerade! Tickets are still on sale. Visit the museum or call us at (775)-423-3677 for more info!