Several hundred family members and individuals took part in the Rangely Museum’s Ice Cream Social at the museum on the east end of town on Sunday as part of Septemberfest. There were more than a dozen flavors of homemade ice cream available for the attendees, and its seems the ice cream appetites for most were well quenched. In addition, the museum also unveiled its new hand-painted, no-stencil sign done by artist Talitha Hejl, and the ice cream social was also entertained by the band of Fiscus and Gravy.
The Rangely Museum has a critical situation that involves replacing the roofs on the Chevron Recreation Building and the Chevron Camp House.
RANGELY — Rangely Arts Council’s second annual “Art in the Park” art show at Septemberfest featured the work of 19 artists. The participating artists showed their work, which included paintings, pastels, photographs, stained glass, carved […]