Please Note: Due to the government shutdown, no Hidden Cave tours can be given at this time.
Sew something new in 2019 – the Churchill County Museum’s 2019 ROW-of-the-Month starts January 16th! Classes will be held the third Wednesday of each month. Lunch/set-up will begin at noon; instruction begins at 12:30 p.m. Fee is $20 per month for Churchill County Museum members/$25 per month for non-members: includes quality quilt fabric for an…
Stop in to purchase your new history sox. There are Snowshoe Sox, Roadside America Sox, and Chicken Sox. ( There would be Earthquake Sox, but the Director can’t spell — those will arrive later) Only $10 a pair. That’s $9 if you are a member.
Our History Sox are available at the Museum Store. Only $10 Remember the Museum Store has a sale 20% off on most items for Museum Members 10% off for Non-Members in November and December. Our Christmas Tree Sox celebrate the first Fallon Christmas Tree in 1929. There are Cantaloupe Sox, Aviatrix Sox, and Hang in There…
You can make your own souvenir pennies with four designs: Our Museum Logo, Churchill County Logo, Route 50 and Pony Express Logos. Only 50 cents plus a penny each. Collect and trade them with your friends! The Museum Store also has penny passports for sale.
What did kids do to entertain themselves before phones and computers? Well, they climbed and played atop of suspension bridges and ladders. This photo is from “Barbara Mills Hill Photo Collection”. #TheOriginalMonkeyBars
Atha, Harold, and, Aubrey Sander sitting with their dog, Jip, in front of the wall of trap catch furs. This took place in Fallon, NV in 1913. This photo is from the “Aubrey Sander Collection”. #Trapping
In this photo is a covered wagon being pulled by two horses for the American Legion Rodeo in a parade. In September of 1935, they strolled past buildings such as the Lahontan Club among others on the street. This photo is from the “American Legion Photo Collection”. #HoldYourHorses
In this photo is four firemen in “One man carry drill”, standing is Lee Harcroft. This took place around 1910. This photo is from the “George & Alfred Luke Collection”.