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Fall Docent Orientation – September 9, 2022 – from 10-12pm

September 9th, 2022 10:00 am – 12:00 pm New Docent Orientation Session Are you interested in learning how to become a volunteer at the Nevada Historical Society? Do you have some free time? Do you love sharing stories? We are looking for educational docents to help lead gallery tours for 4th graders, organizations and adults. […]

Are you getting our Eblasts?

We have noticed that the viewership of our NHS eblasts for programs, events and news has greatly declined. Due to new spam filters, our emails have been ending up in Junk and Spam folders. If this is the case, please add NHS as not spam to ensure you get the latest happenings at NHS. Don’t […]

NHS High Noon fall schedule 2022

NHS is excited to promote High Noon: Shootout with Neal Cobb speakers for fall 2022. Guy Clifton, Dana Toth, Frank X. Mullen, Jr. and Karen Burns will talk about engaging history topics that will fascinate historians of all ages. Don’t forget High Noon is the third Thursday of each month. NHS continues to partner with […]

NHS Reception and Exhibition Lecture – Wed., July 27, 2022

FIND YOUR FOLKLIFE: WE ARE THE FOLK, ALL OF US Reception and Lecture Wednesday, July 27, 2022 4:30 – 5:30pm reception, view hallway gallery and permanent galleries 5:30 – 6:30pm lecture, Rebecca Snetselaar, exhibit curator and NAC Folklorist Come enjoy a mini-reception to view the lenticular art and enjoy refreshments before our guest speaker, Rebecca […]

Artown Talks and Gallery Tours – Every Wed. July 2022

The Nevada Historical Society (NHS) has actively participated in Artown since 2014. The NHS Docents and staff are offering short talks & gallery guides to talk about the galleries every Wednesday in July. We hope to whet your appetite for Nevada History with these eight great 15 minute talks before you explore our galleries! A […]

INDY Matters Podcast – Nevada State Symbols

History of Nevada State Symbols April 12, 2022 at 10:00am This week, host Joey Lovato talks to reporter Jannelle Calderón about a rise in Hispanic overdose deaths during the pandemic. Afterward, we talk about another health issue: Reporters Tabitha Mueller and Da Yeon sit down with Joey to go over who can get a second […]

Spring 2022 Newsletter

Spring 2022 e-newsletter We hope you enjoy the latest e-newsletter. Learn about upcoming programming and happenings at the Society. Spring 2022 Newsletter

Year of the Docent – April 2022

The Nevada Historical Society is very proud to celebrate our volunteers. April 2022 marks the 40th Anniversary of the Nevada Historical Society Docent Council. In honor of this accomplishment, staff have been reviewing the historic DC BEE newsletters and DC Scrapbooks to showcase what our volunteer organization has done over the years. Year of the […]

AGA Fireside Chat – Wed., May 25, 2022

AGA Fireside Chat May 25, 2022 5 – 5:30pm Wine and Cheese Reception 5:30 – 6:30pm Fireside Chat Program title: A Reporter’s Notebook on Nevada Gambling Join us for our first in-person AGA Fireside Chat with Brendan Riley, who will talk about his coverage of Nevada gambling over many years as the AP’s correspondent in […]