From the Archives – Nov 2021

A Rummage Sale Find!  Have you ever been to a yard or rummage sale and come across a “mystery box”? An old box filled with an interesting item or two, that might not look like much of “a find”, but yet you just have to take a look inside?  Taking a look at the old photographs, Sonja noticed that several were taken by photographers in Virginia City, Nevada. She then wondered if there might be a museum in Virginia City that would be interested in the historical items. Sonj...
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Season’s endings

The Historic Fourth Ward SchoolMuseum & Archives NewsletterSeptember 2021We Are Open Daily from May 1st until October 31st We are amazed that September is already here, and we have little over one month to go before the end of the season, October 31st.  It has been a productive season for sure, piloting many successful events and guests visiting from all over the United States despite the COVID pandemic and the devastating fires.We're thrilled that we're getting mor...
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Tickets available! “Steppin’ Back in Time” – Annual Fundraiser Party: August 21 6:30 – 9pm

15 tickets left! Join us for an exciting evening As we step back to the 1960s as a tribute to counterculture music and the arts. Come dressed in your favorite vintage clothing and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and refreshments! Tix link in bio. Live music by Nick Eng, films: Rockin at the Red Dog documentary by Mary Covington, Godmonster of Indian Flats. Almost $4000 of donations up for silent auction and raffle, and painted school desks and art by local artists!CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS
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Youtube Launch

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