History in Hillsboro

Hillsboro Historical Society

Black Range Museum AUTUMN Open House

and Food Drive

November 18, 2023, 10AM-3PM

Introductory Talks on Museum Topics throughout the day including Early Hillsboro, Kingston, and Lake Valley development, Sadie Orchard and the Law, Ranching, Area Medicinal History, Mining, Tom Ying, Native Americans, and more!  Schedule of Topics will be posted on Museum door.

Support Local Artists in our Gift Shop – Christmas is Coming!

Come check out Volunteer Opportunities for Hillsboro Historical Society projects such as Museum Docent, Jailhouse Stabilization Project, Cemetery Mapping, and more!

Help Your Neighbors in this difficult economy by bringing donations of non-perishables for our local Food Pantry.

Please Come Join us!

 

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