Please ” Like ” us on Facebook, spread the word about our gem of a Museum. Bring a sack lunch and enjoy under the old oaks. Share our local history.
When was the last time you were on highway 41, near the Casino.. Did you see a little sign saying Coarsegold Historic Museum? Have you visited, called for the open hours ( 559-642-4448), toured to find out a little history about our local families.
Who stayed in Coarsegold, why they came, who else besides the Chukchansi lived here, and how they survived? Have you shown your kids the old Adobe? A Blacksmith Shop, the old stage stop? One of the first washing machines and all this in your own back yard. And so much more!
The little green school house, called the Picayune School House has so much history. Maybe one of your neighbors went to school there? Show your kids or grand kids what the desks looked like with out computers.
The Picayune School House will be hosting 2 of our local artists for Sierra Art Trails.
Judy Andes, and Vivian Helena will be at the School house with their art on Oct. 4,5,6 from 10 AM – 6 PM.