|Nevada Historical Society|
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Be sure to visit the Society's amazing museum store and find a large selection of Nevada books, custom designed NHS t-shirts and aprons, one-of-a-kind scarves, photography prints from our vast collection, Made in Nevada items, NHS Quarterly issues and other Society publications, unique gifts and Battle Mountain Turquoise Jewelry.
Latest Society News
Docent Training Schedule 2013
The summer and fall docent training classes have not been scheduled yet. Each training class is scheduled from 9:00am to 12:00pm. Becoming one of the Society's docents is a wonderful way to meet like minded people, while helping preserve the states heritage.
We have many different jobs available from working in our giftshop and front office, helping in our research library, working with kids and adults on gallery tours and outreach or working in our permanent collections: museum artifacts, photography, manuscripts and library collections.
The Society is asking for your input on how we can improve our museum store and your shopping experience. We would love to hear your suggestions that will provide all of our patrons with unique gifts and treasures that Nevada has to offer.
Link to Survey Flyer
Link to Survey Monkey
As a way to show our thanks for taking the time to fill out our survey, you'll also qualify to win a free museum membership. Each time 50 surveys are completed, we will draw a winner from among the participants.
If you're already a member, your membership will be extended an additional year for free!
The annual Fordham Awards Luncheon was a great success and was enjoyed by all. The staff would like to thank our docent council for their continued support at the Society. We truly appreciate all the hours donated this past year.
Did you know that the Society has a wishlist? Have you ever wondered on how to make a contribution to the Society? All donations are tax deductible. The staff currently has books, software support and basic equipment items on our list. Your donations whether large and small does make a difference.