‘Notable Women of Eagle Valley’ exhibit opens Saturday

The Carson City Historical Society will unveil the “Notable Women of Eagle Valley” exhibit on Saturday.

The Carson City Historical Society will unveil the “Notable Women of Eagle Valley” exhibit on Saturday.

The Carson City Historical Society will unveil a new exhibit, “Notable Women of Eagle Valley,” on Saturday, March 20 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Carriage House (behind the Foreman/Roberts House), 1207 N. Carson St.
This showing is free and open to the public under current COVID-19 guidelines.
There are eight women in the exhibit who have provided exemplary lives in the Eagle Valley. The history combined with the artwork tells their story.
The women in this exhibit include: Nellie Mighels Davis, Jo Ann Nevers, Eva Lompa, Clara Crisler, Agnes Train, Ah Cum Kee, Teresa Laxalt and Hazel Hohn.
The artwork for this project has been done by notable artists in the Eagle Valley area.
The artists commissioned for this project include: Loretta Williams, Cyndy Brenneman, Matt Rose, Maggie Stilwell, Ronnie Rector, and Karen Kreyeski.
Exhibits Director Kat Long has been working on this project since 2020 along with Andrea Hobbs and the many artists.
The “Notable Women of Eagle Valley” will be open every Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m. through Nevada Day.

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