|Posted by rallshistoricalmuseum on August 21, 2014 at 12:00 PM||comments (0)|
Come join us on August 22nd. 2014 at the Ralls Storm Shelter for some Beans N Cornbread and play some B-I-N-G-O!!!!!
This is our last summer fundraiser. The musuem is selling a bowl of beans, cornbread, dessert and drink for $5 and you can pay 50 cents a card and play some Bingo!!! Lots of fun and you can support our local historical museum! Lots of prizes from Namedropper, Sarah's Burgers, Cross Your Heart Craft Mall, Dollar General, Applebee's, and much more!!!!
Come on out to the Ralls Storm Shelter and play some BINGO!!! 6-9 pm.
*children must be 18 or older or accompanied by an adult to play Bingo!
|Posted by rallshistoricalmuseum on November 14, 2013 at 2:30 PM||comments (0)|
NOVEMBER 2013 HOLIDAY HOURS:
Monday-Friday (Nov. 11-15) 9-3 p.m (closed 12-1 for lunch)
Monday-Friday (Nov. 18-22) 9-3 p.m (closed 12-1 for lunch)
Monday & Tuesday (Nov. 25 & 26) 9-3 p.m (closed 12-1 for lunch)
Wednesday-Friday (Nov. 27-29) Closed for Holidays
Will resume regular hours of Tuesday-Friday 10-3 (closed 12-1 for lunch) on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd. Have a Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
|Posted by rallshistoricalmuseum on November 12, 2013 at 12:45 PM||comments (0)|
Well, yesterday was the last day for the elementary Edge classes. They went great! 4 weeks with these wonderful 5 kiddos making lots of Indian stuff such as paper canoes, teepees, dream catchers, and Rain Sticks! They had so much fun with the crafts and learning about Quanah Parker and the local Indians. Check our website and our Facebook page for updated photos! Now getting ready for the Middle School Edge kiddos. Let's see what is in store for them? We will still be learning about the Indians so they can learn about Quanah Parker, too! Don't forget to ask your kiddo what they learned today in EDGE!
|Posted by rallshistoricalmuseum on September 14, 2013 at 12:50 AM||comments (0)|
LOOKING FOR AN IDEA FOR A CLASS FIELDTRIP??
KEEP IT LOCAL!
THE RALLSHISTORICAL MUSEUM HOUSES OVER 15,000 ITEMS ON THE HISTORY OF RALLS ANDSURROUNDING AREAS. LOTS OF COOL ITEMS TO SEE AND LEARN.
Ø WE OFFER HANDS-ON LEARNING ON THINGSSUCH AS MAKING HOMEMADE BUTTER THE PIONEER WAY WITH OUR BUTTER CHURN AND THENEW COOL AND EASY WAY BY SHAKING!
Ø STUDENTS CAN ALSO LEARN HOW TO MAKEPIONEER WHIRLIGIGS AND OTHER CRAFT ITEMS!
Ø STUDENTS EXPERIENCE SOME ENCHANTEDLEARNING BY CREATING THEIR PERSONAL INDIAN RAINMAKER!
Ø STUDENTS CAN TAKE A TOUR AND HAVE ASCAVENGER HUNT IN THE MUSEUM BASED OFF THE TOUR!
CALL TODAYTO SCHEDULE YOUR PRIVATE TOUR OF THE RALLS HISTORICAL MUSEUM AND LEARN A LITTLEABOUT RALLS HISTORY AND MAYBE A LITTLE ABOUT YOUR OWN HISTORY! COST WILL BEONLY FOR THE SUPPLIES PER STUDENT.
PLEASE CONTACTKAREN TURNER, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR MORE INFORMATION @253-2425 (T-F10-12/1-3PM) OR 806-454-0219.
|Posted by rallshistoricalmuseum on August 22, 2013 at 1:45 PM||comments (0)|
Ralls Historical Museum was saddened to see Deloyce Montgomery leave us in September of 2012. They were unable to find a suitable replacement until August of 2013 with the newly appointed Karen Turner as the Executive Director. As of August 27, 2013, Karen Turner has brought new life to the quiet museum with lots of cleaning, dusting, and organizing the museum for viewing. To date, more than 30 people have already visited the new museum and met our new Executive Director, Karen Turner. Please come by Tuesday-Friday 10 am. -12 noon or 1 p.m.- 3 p.m to see the museum and meet our newest addition, Karen Turner.