For a third consecutive year, the Young Chautauquans of Douglas County Historical Society return to Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park on Wednesday,
For a third consecutive year, the Young Chautauquans of Douglas County Historical Society return to Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park on Wednesday, June 26 at 6:30pm, portraying a host of notable women and men from history in their presentation of “We Taught the World New Ways to Dream”.
Thank you to our 2019 Dangberg Summer Festival sponsors – Douglas County, Nevada, Bently Heritage,Horse Tales, Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce, Jacobs Family Berry Farm, Dr. James the Dentist and Associates, Carson Valley Accounting, Edward Jones Investments – Tim Cleveland, Nevada State Bank – Minden, Holiday Inn Express Minden Nevada, Carson Valley Inn, and the Frances C. and William P. Smallwood Foundation.
This is a free presentation. Please bring your own seating and no pets allowed – service animals only. However, picnic dinners are encouraged. Bring along your favorite beverage to enjoy, as no bar will be provided.
For our full Dangberg Summer Festival schedule, please visit our website at www.dangberg.org.