Featuring a collection of Clocks and Watches from the recently closed Nelson Jewelry store. Carl Nelson opened Nelson Jewelry in 1960 at 113 West First Street in downtown Dickinson.
The North Dakota Juried Student Art Show features a variety of artwork from students in grades K-12. This exhibit has traveled all around the state and is making its last stop at the Dickinson Museum Center. Come in to view it through April 18th with paid admission.
‘The first draft of history’: how in-depth Press coverage informed a true-crime podcast In the late 1800s and early 1900s, three linked fatalities occurred on the Western Edge, and The Dickinson Press was there to cover it all in-depth. More than a century later, Dickinson Museum Center Director Bob Fuhrman
Historical crimes from our corner of North Dakota! In this new series of video podcasts, Museum Director Bob Fuhrman regales us with stories gleaned from his research into crime during early days of North Dakota. Due to the recent popularity of ‘true crime’ podcasts, we thought we’d try this out
True Crime Dickinson: Cowboy shootout at McGillivray corner Local podcast sheds light on Dickinson’s wild west past Read the rest of the story at The Dickinson Press …
The North Dakota Juried Student Art Show for 2018-2019 features a variety of artwork from students in grades K-12. This exhibit has traveled all around the state and is making its last stop at the Dickinson Museum Center. Come in to view it through April 23rd with paid admission. The
Elmer Thompson: The Inventor To Open at Dickinson Museum Center The North Dakota Museum of Art, in collaboration with the Dickinson Museum Center, is pleased to announce the opening of Elmer Thompson: The Inventor on September 3rd 2019. There will be a FREE opening reception on September 3rd from 6:00