Free concert in the park on June 18 at 7:30 p.m.
This performance is presented in cooperation with the Mayor, Fallon City Council and the City of Fallon
For the past 20 years, the Hackensaw Boys have been a force of nature touring the American roots music world, bringing punk ferocity to their string band and powerful sensibility to their ballad roots.
Operating more as a collective than a band, the Hackensaw Boys existed before the O Brother craze launched Americana, during the alt-country era. Since their formation, they have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with many amazing and diverse artists, such as the Avett Brothers, Old Crow Medicine Show, Trampled by Turtles, Rambling Jack Elliot, Cake, Cheap Trick, De La Soul and many more. others.
Fallon Elks Lodge and Boys Scout Troop 1776 will present Flag Day June 14 at 5:30 p.m. at Lions Field, 376 N. Maine St.
This ceremony will be a tribute to the nation’s flag. After the ceremony, the Boy Scouts will have a retired flag.
Youth fishing derby
The Fallon Lions Club Fishing Derby will take place on June 11 from 10 a.m. to noon at Liberty Park.
Free barbecue for participants and family after the event.
Children can compete in four categories: 0-4, 6-8, 9-13, 13 and up.
Bring your own gear or use poles and gear provided by the Nevada Department of Wildlife.
Stop by the Churchill County Library in June to enjoy its activities for all ages.
Kick off the summer reading program with a carnival featuring games, prizes, food and fun on June 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the empty lot on the north side of the library. The summer reading program runs from June 6 to July 29.
“1,000 Books Before Kindergarten” encourages young people to read age-appropriate books before entering school. Book titles are suggested and offered by library staff. Registrations accepted at any time.
In-person “Storytime with Mrs. Jes” offered Wednesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. Children’s librarian Jeslyn MacDiarmid reads picture books to children and has a craft to go along with most stories. Each session is recorded and posted to the library’s YouTube account for on-demand viewing at your convenience.
Reading with Rover takes place June 9 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Children read books to dogs to improve their reading skills and reading confidence in front of a staunchly captive audience.
Learn about 3D printing during participatory workshops without appointment on June 8 and 22 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Using the library’s 3D printer, make objects that are both useful and pretty and learn about this popular technology.
Drop-in virtual reality sessions are held June 3 from 1:30-3 p.m. and Tuesdays and Fridays from 2-5 p.m. throughout the month. Welcome to all !
The knitting club meets Tuesdays at 10 a.m. and Thursdays at 4 p.m. All are welcome, from beginners to advanced.
A problem with your computer or smartphone? Visit the William N. Pennington Life Center on Fridays from 10-11 a.m. and get answers from Technical Services Librarian Joe Salsman, a tech expert!
The Writers’ Group meets Tuesdays at 5 p.m. Find out which region writers draw inspiration from and work in and bring your own manuscript to inspire you.
Check out the Hidden Cave Virtual Reality Experience by making an appointment to don the headset and see Churchill County’s hidden cave from a whole new perspective. Bonus: no guano smell!
Appointment for a VR session on Tuesdays from 3:15 p.m. to 5 p.m.
“Flying Artists”, a group of Fallon and Fernley artists working in watercolour, oil, pen and ink, acrylic and pastels, will display their paintings throughout the library throughout throughout the month.
Library hours are Monday, Thursday, and Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. closed on Sundays and holidays.
Call 775-423-7581 for more information on any of the above activities. The Churchill County Library is located at 553 South Maine Street in Fallon.
In addition to the many local 4-H club and youth activities taking place across the state, the Nevada 4-H Youth Development Program is also offering residential youth camps this summer, following a Nevada tradition. which dates back 80 years.
Overnight camps will all take place at Nevada State 4-H Camp in Stateline, Nevada. The 32-acre camp sits on the south shore of Lake Tahoe and is owned and operated by the University of Nevada, Reno.
Central Nevada 4-H Camp
For 9-13 year olds in Churchill, Pershing, Lyon, Eureka, Elko and Humboldt counties
The cost is $250
For more information, call 775-423-5121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mineral County/Native American Reservations 4-Hour Camp
August 2 to 6
For ages 9-13, with priority given to youth from Mineral County and Nevada Native American reservations
The cost is not yet determined
For more information, call 775-945-3444, ext. 1039, or email email@example.com.
Fallon’s annual citywide Independence Day celebration is fast approaching and the Fallon Chamber of Commerce is seeking your financial contribution through sponsorship. The Fallon Chamber of Commerce needs your help to fund this year’s 4th of July celebration.
With your sponsorship, you will receive:
• Announcements on the public address system throughout the parade.
• Placement of the company logo on a sponsorship banner during the parade.
• Placement of logo on promotional flyers and other publicity for the event.
• Recognition in press releases sent to media contacts.
• Free entrance to the parade
• Any additional display of flyers, banners, etc.
The sponsorship fee is $250. If you are not interested in becoming a sponsor, but would still like to help, all donations and volunteerism are greatly appreciated.
Commercial sponsorships are used to cover the costs of the parade. A portion of all proceeds will also be used for scholarship programs.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, contact The Chamber 775-423-2544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail your sponsorship to Fallon Chamber 448 W. Williams Ave. Ste. 103 Fallon, NV 89407 before June 10.
Come join the Fallon Alumni Chapter on June 18 at their annual golf tournament to raise money for the Elmo and Donna Dericco Memorial Scholarship Fund.
This fun tournament is open to all Nevada alumni, Wolf Pack fans and golfers. Your entry fee includes green fees, cart and lunch served immediately after the tournament. There is also a silent auction.
Tickets are $80 for non-Fallon Golf Course members and $40 for Fallon Golf Course members. The Wolfie Package is $20 and includes mulligans (maximum 4 per team; 12-inch string to guide your team’s shot; and roll the dice for your tee box
Register by emailing or calling Brenda Boone at 775-426-8734 by June 15. Registration fees will be collected on the day of the event. Bring extra cash to participate in the silent auction. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Fallon Alumni Chapter President Brenda Boone.
With all proceeds going to our chapter’s Elmo and Donna Dericco Memorial Scholarship Fund, your support is greatly appreciated.
Put on those cowboy boots, put on your Nevada gear, and join the Fallon Alumni Chapter Reno Rodeo bus trip for Wolf Pack Wednesday.
A charter bus will pick up passengers at Malkos Bar in downtown Fallon, then transport everyone to the rodeo, then drive them home.
The cost is $75 per person, which includes bus transportation, rodeo ticket, and drinks. Payment will be collected on the day of the event. To reserve your seats, contact Brenda Boone at 775-426-8375. The deadline to purchase/reserve tickets is June 15.
• Rotary Golf Tournament on Saturday, June 25: changed from June 7
• Daily bread on the fourth Thursday of the month. June 23
• June 14: Cuppiecakes with Codie Dennis
• June 21: Mel Foremaster with the Rotary Foundation
• June 28: Rotary discussions, leadership
Become a member of the chamber
Would you or someone you know in the business community like to get more involved?
The Fallon Chamber of Commerce would like to invite you to become a member of the Board of Directors.
The chamber provides resources, support and education to help businesses succeed. The chamber is currently working on vocational training, internships and scholarship programs for promising young people who want to enter the business world. The chamber understands that it is made up of small businesses and wants to provide all the resources you need to run a successful business at the local, state and federal level.
The chamber works hard to represent the local business community, but as a 501(c)6 nonprofit organization, the chamber relies on its members and board of directors to partner with us to serve the companies and our community as a whole! Many people wonder what exactly the Chamber of Commerce is.
By definition, a chamber of commerce is a local business organization whose purpose is to promote business interests. Business owners in towns and cities form these local societies to represent the interests of the business community. Local Chambers work at the grassroots level to bring the business community together to develop strong local networks, which can result in business-to-business exchange. I
In most cases, local chambers work with their local government, such as their mayor, city council and local officials to develop business-friendly initiatives.
If you are interested, please nominate yourself or someone you think would be essential to helping our business community.
For more information, contact The Chamber 775-423-2544 or email email@example.com.