During Septemberfest in Rangely over the Labor Day weekend, the Rangely Museum held its annual ice cream social on Sunday as well as unveiled its new hand-painted, non-stencil sign, done by noted local artist Tabitha Hejl, pictured above.
RANGELY | Rangely Museum is having its final yard sale of the spring today and Friday.
RANGELY | The Rangely Museum is gathering recipes for a cookbook featuring old and new recipes of the Rangely area. In addition to regular recipes, there is a focus on homemade ice cream and dutch oven recipes for the Ice Cream Social section.
RANGELY I The Rangely Outdoor Museum will open its doors for the summer on Friday.
RANGELY | The newest exhibit on display at the Rangely Museum is an Apatosaurus femur bone, donated by Glen Sutton of Skull Creek, Colo.
RANGELY I The newest exhibit on display at the Rangely Museum is an Apatosaurus femur bone, donated by Glen Sutton of Skull Creek, Colo.
The Rangely Museum’s Ice Cream Social and contest could not have happened without the help of all the volunteers, staff, entertainment and our special demonstrators. What a fun time we had. The demonstrators were new to the Ice Cream Social and a huge success. Kelvin White, Bill Zadra and Mike Zadra showed how to use […]
The Rangely Museum has a critical situation that involves replacing the roofs on the Chevron Recreation Building and the Chevron Camp House.
RANGELY | The Rangely Museum is taking donations to replace roofing on the Chevron Recreation Building and Chevron Camp House; the current roofing will not last through winter without causing major damage to the inner walls and ceilings.