Free. Donations Accepted.
Small museum in log building addition built on older log cabin public library filled with photos and artifacts of local culture from the Maidu to modern era. From early ranching and dairying operations through timber industry and tourism.
archaeology, basketry, history, photography
Hundreds of photographs of local communities and early families, Lake Almanor's creation, from 1860's through 1950's.
Historical society publications, unpublished interviews, memoirs, and research articles,as well as video interviews and tours.
Programs with oral history accompanied by slides available to school groups and organizations as per requests.
A branch of the Plumas County Museum
parking, wheelchair accessfree parking
The Western Museums Association’s (WMA) Annual Meeting is known as a premier venue for those who work in the museum industry to exchange ideas and best practices, network with colleagues, and learn from each other by attending valuable sessions. Attendees come away inspired and energized about their profession. Upon returning home, they seek out opportunities to grow and further the creative culture that is the foundation of our society
WMA warmly invites you to the 2023 Annual Meeting in Pasadena, California, on October 5-8. Pasadena, once occupied by the Native American Hahamog-na Tribe, a branch of the Tongva Nation, is situated at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, just Northeast of downtown Los Angele
With the theme of CONNECT, WMA 2023 will be an opportunity for attendees to participate in a unique slate of educational programming, CONNECT with colleagues, and explore ideas that will help define the future of museums and the diverse communities they serve. Six session tracks, exciting programs, and informal discussions will provide a fruitful environment for various perspectives to be shared and multifaceted learning opportunities for all cultural institution professionals, regardless of specialty
NOTE: Exhibit Space is SoldOUT
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Engage! Moving from Inspiration to Actio
Join us for a 3-day adventure of learning, growing, and professional friendships in beautiful Portland, Maine.
Take advantage of the country’s largest regional gathering of museum professionals, with 100+ professional development sessions, lively discussions, and tons of networking opportunities that challenge your intellect and boost your museum passion.
Whether you’re new to museums or a seasoned pro, the NEMA Conference is the place to be.
TELLING TOUGH STORIES: The stories that museums tell aren't always cut and dry. History museums have to confront contentious and politically divisive topics. Science and technology museums must explain complex concepts in layman's terms. What are the best ways to approach tough stories? And how can we do so clearly, concisely, and fairly
The annual SMA conference attracts more than 300 museum professionals, board members, and volunteers from a wide variety of small museums. They attend sessions on topics ranging from collections and education to staffing and board issues. We offer a large Museum Resource Hall and plenty of informal networking opportunities for you to talk with (and get ideas from!) other small museum professionals and volunteers
Registration: Find out more about registration rates and register online. Super early bird registration ends August 31st. Lock in the cheapest rates today!
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CAM is planning for 2024! We are excited to share that CAM's 2024 Annual Conference will take place in Long Beach, California from March 10-14, 2024. Stay tuned for more developments in the coming months! Monitor this space for announcements about the Call for Proposals, Advertising & Sponsorship opportunities, Scholarships, Volunteering, and more.
Conference registration will be announced at a later date. CAM will have an online Early Bird pricing registration period, an online Regular Rate pricing registration period, and an onsite Regular Rate registration period
The California Association of Museums is excited to continue offering in-person programming for 2024. We will not be requiring proof of COVID vaccination/s, but highly encourage vaccination and boosters. For the health and safety of our colleagues, masks are also encouraged (but not required). Capacity and spaces will be thoughtfully considered in the planning of this event, and we encourage you to explore the local Long Beach outdoor areas, harbor breezes, and nearby spaces and sights for your lunches and breaks when possible.
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