UPCOMING EVENTS

SECOND SATURDAY

On the second Saturday of each month at 10 a.m.,

children ages 3-10 meet in the museum theater for a short

introduction before beginning a craft or project designed

by our education coordinator.

FREE TO PUBLIC. Please contact our education

coordinator for information about the next Second

Saturay event. 775.738.3418 ext. 106

SCHEDULE October 9, 2021 November 13, 2021 December 11, 2021
HALLECK BAR PARTY October 29th from 6-8 p.m. in Halleck Bar Gallery Theme: Elko Rodeo You are cordially invited to the most raucous and woolly wild west affair in Elko County. Dress in your best rodeo attire--hats, chaps, lassos, and spurs encouraged! The best costume wins the evening’s grand prize. Let the celebration begin! Enjoy music, libations, hors d’oeuvres, paella, and a silent auction with the toast of the town. Each year, we commemorate the Halleck Bar, which was donated to the Museum by the Glaser Family and Chach Evans. The stipulation for us to keep the bar is that we must have an annual party and a toast with Beefeater Gin. The Halleck Bar Party is one of Northeastern Nevada Museum’s most important fundraisers. All donations directly support the Museum and its projects. $20 donation per member appreciated. $25 donation per non-member.
FALL FILMS AT THE MUSEUM

CASPER (1995) PG

October 16th at 2 p.m.

Halloween costumes encouraged!

NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM WILD AMERICA (1997) PG November 12th at 6 p.m.

FREE TO MEMBERS. $3 per person for non-members.

39th Annual OCTA Convention Reception September 12, 2021 from 6-9 p.m. in Halleck Bar Gallery The Oregon-California Trails Association and the California/Nevada Chapter of OCTA present “Through the Lens of History – Preserving the Past – Focusing on the Future” from Monday, September 13 through Thursday, September 16. The Elko Convention Center at 700 Moren Way in Elko is convention HQ, with additional events occurring at the California Trail Center and Great Basin College. The convention will focus on the Humboldt River corridor as the main branch of the California Trail heading west from Missouri to California, including its usage by American Indians for thousands of years prior to usage by emigrants. The convention will explore each of these different eras via tours throughout the region, a premiere list of authoritative speakers, and events at other local sites.
UPCOMING EVENTS
SECOND SATURDAY

On the second Saturday of each month at 10 a.m.,

children ages 3-10 meet in the museum theater for a

short introduction before beginning a craft or project

designed by our education coordinator.

FREE TO PUBLIC. Please contact our education

coordinator for information about the next Second

Saturay event. 775.738.3418 ext. 106

SCHEDULE October 9, 2021 November 13, 2021 December 11, 2021
HALLECK BAR PARTY October 29th from 6-8 p.m. in Halleck Bar Gallery Theme: Elko Rodeo You are cordially invited to the most raucous and woolly wild west affair in Elko County. Dress in your best rodeo attire-- hats, chaps, lassos, and spurs encouraged! The best costume wins the evening’s grand prize. Let the celebration begin! Enjoy music, libations, hors d’oeuvres, paella, and a silent auction with the toast of the town. Each year, we commemorate the Halleck Bar, which was donated to the Museum by the Glaser Family and Chach Evans. The stipulation for us to keep the bar is that we must have an annual party and a toast with Beefeater Gin. The Halleck Bar Party is one of Northeastern Nevada Museum’s most important fundraisers. All donations directly support the Museum and its projects. $20 donation per member appreciated. $25 donation per non-member.
39th Annual OCTA Convention Reception September 12, 2021 from 6-9 p.m. in Halleck Bar Gallery The Oregon-California Trails Association and the California/Nevada Chapter of OCTA present “Through the Lens of History – Preserving the Past – Focusing on the Future” from Monday, September 13 through Thursday, September 16. The Elko Convention Center at 700 Moren Way in Elko is convention HQ, with additional events occurring at the California Trail Center and Great Basin College. The convention will focus on the Humboldt River corridor as the main branch of the California Trail heading west from Missouri to California, including its usage by American Indians for thousands of years prior to usage by emigrants. The convention will explore each of these different eras via tours throughout the region, a premiere list of authoritative speakers, and events at other local sites.
NORTHEASTERN NEVADA  MUSEUM
NORTHEASTERN NEVADA  MUSEUM