The annual summer opening of the Museum will be on Saturday June 9th, 2018.  10am-4pm

Come and see the new displays.

Old bottle display

Vintage Cameras

A restored 1910 Boyle Dayton Gas Pump has been added to the Tool Museum.

Updates to the Post Office and Minnie Aldridge’s article’s that  she submitted to the San Francisco Chronicle and Redding Searchlight in the early 1900’s.

The Down Home String Band will be playing, There will be a Spinning Wheel in action,  a shake making exhibit, crafts for the kids also. Also we will be having a Baked Goods Sale, Hamburgers and Hotdogs from 1am-1pm, while they last, for a donation of $9.00.   The Made in the USA studio will feature Root Beer Floats.

Bring your family and friends and visit the History of Shingletown.

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  1. Shingletown Historical Museum:

    I am a descendant of John Klotz. His first wife, Climena Harrington Klotz (my Great Grandmother) died at age 16 and was the first person buried in Parkville Cemetery. I will be passing through your area about noon on August 31 (a Friday) but understand you are only open on Saturdays. Darn, would love to see some of the pioneer pictures. I am hoping to meet with Marilyn Roundtree, a cousin, for some guidance of the surrounding area. My Grandfather, George Lee Brown, was born at Round Mountain in 1865. If your summer hours have change would be happy to hear if they fit my schedule.

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