February 9, 2019
Jim Gentry is coming with his new presentation entitled "Twin Falls Booms, 1915-1916." Learn local history and have a fun time with Dr. Gentry as he explains the beginnings of the town of Twin Falls and other local themes.
There is plenty of parking behind the museum if the front lot is full.
You may want to bring along a folding chair as there are a limited number of seats.
Admission is free and open to the public.
For more information call (208) 736-4675
February 16 brings Max Black to the museum to talk about Diamondfield Jack Davis. Don't know the story? Stop in and learn about the battle between sheep herders and cattle men. A number of prominent Idaho figures played a part in Davis's trial as prosecutors and defense attorneys. Incarcerated for a crime others pleaded guilty to, find out what became of Diamondfield Jack.
February 23 - - - Don't pass up the chance to discover what interesting things buttons have to tell. The Pioneer Button Club will show you how to research for clues about military and other uniform buttons, as well as talk about what buttons were made of. If you have never spent an afternoon playing in the button jar you don't know what you have missed. If you did play with the jar, box, sock, sack or whatever your Mom kept her "saved" buttons in, you can reminisce with us and maybe learn a thing or two about valuable buttons.
March 2 - - - Geology Underfoot in Southern Idaho author and CSI Professor Shawn Willsey will talk about geology in our area.
March 9 - - - Keepers of the Record: Pioneer Newspaper of Great North Side Tract by Kimberly Williams Brackett.
other events are still being planned.