Category: Nevada Correspondence

Elko Correspondence – October 2018

Fall is in the air, and there is lots to do in Elko this month while the weather is nice. Western Folklife Center Happenings                                                                            “Indian Summer” by Sharon Gilmore-Thompson The Western Folklife Center is presenting a new exhibition in the Wiegand Gallery — Stitching Art: Contemporary Quilts and More. The exhibit is on display […]

Pahrump Correspondence – October 2018

Pahrump — from gold mining days to the modern era                                                     Tim Hafen displays photos of Pahrump in the 1950s and Pahrump in 2010. Gold was the biggest mover of people out West. People came by the millions looking to start a new life. Pahrump, Nevada was one of those towns. But when the gold […]

Sparks Correspondence – October 2015

We’ve been fortunate to experience an Indian summer here in Sparks, but before the weather turns on us too badly we’re going to try to squeeze our last outside events in. Between jambalaya and Icky pickles to loads of pumpkins at the Andelin Family Farm and PumpkinPalooza, there’s plenty to participate in this October. Plus, […]

Austin Correspondence – September 2018

A New Chapter for St. Augustine’s Church in Austin, Nevada The oldest standing Catholic church building in Nevada has found herself in the middle of a new chapter in life. St. Augustine’s Catholic Church of Austin, Nevada, had its beginning in August of 1866.  The land was donated, and with volunteer hours from locals, the […]

Baker Correspondence – September 2018

Tourism is slowing down in Baker, but it’s a month of great events! Snake Valley Festival September kicks off with the Snake Valley Festival through September 3. Highlights on September 1 include a pancake breakfast at Kerouac’s, community yard sale, silent auction, booths, book sale, bake sale, free entertainment, free kids games, free water fight, […]

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