Cantaloupe and Dam Masks!

Getting tired of wearing the same boring masks over and over? Well, now you have options! The Churchill County Museum now has both Hearts of Gold and Lahontan Dam masks. These are limited-edition and only available here, so act fast! Available in-person or at our online store. Just click the links to go directly there!…

Reserve your time at our Coronavirus After Hours FUNdraiser!

Looking for a low-risk fun activity to get you out of the house? Consider the museum’s new event, the Coronavirus After Hours FUNdraiser! Coronavirus After Hours FUNdraiser Looking for a low-risk fun activity to get you out of the house? Consider the museum’s new event, the Coronavirus After Hours FUNdraiser! For more information or to…

NEW DIGITAL SHOP

You might have heard the rumors or seen the signs and now we can confirm it’s true – The Churchill County Museum now has an online store! We have all your favorite CCM Gear (click any image to check out the category!) Beatrice Badger Books Cantaloupe Gear Clothing Cups and Mugs Decor Stationery Toys You…

Spooky Saturday – Quality “Merchandise” Always

Many of the people in our oral histories think back fondly on the 1920s, when they felt people were friendlier. Well, we suppose this gentleman looks friendly, but something about his eyes – our lack thereof – seems untrustworthy. I’m not sure this man really came from Fallon Mercantile Co. but I am sure I…

Exhibit Update – Shoe Tree

Our curation team has finally finished the updates to our mini-exhibit on the old Shoe Tree! With all new exhibit text and a dynamic slideshow of images of the Shoe Tree over time, this provides a great introduction for newcomers or guests not familiar with the landmark. Come in and take a look!

Wendell Beeghly Oral History

Today’s oral history interview is with Wendell Beeghly who was one of the main forces in organizing Alcoholics Anonymous in Fallon. Remember, if you’re struggling there’s no shame in reaching out for help! Take a listen here!

Spooky Saturday – Milking Time

We’re not sure what that thing is or if a DeLaval milking machine would work on it, but it sure ain’t like any cow we’ve ever seen! Hopefully this breed has gone extinct. If they haven’t, please don’t let us know. We like the blissful ignorance.

CCHS Presents: Obsolete Technology

Mr. Holt’s computer science class at CCHS has been hard at work creating exhibits of obsolete technology and we’re excited to be displaying the results! They did a fantastic job, and though it makes our curators (and probably other millennials) feel ancient, it’s definitely worth a look!!!