Wednesday, July 22, 2015
The performers will perform on both the 22nd & 23rd.
Gates will open at 10:00 am.
The Opening Ceremonies will be at 12:00 pm, which will start the show.
Gates will close at 5:00 pm.
You are welcome to bring lawn chairs to sit on to watch the show. There will not be bleachers or seating available, so lawn chairs are encouraged.
NO PETS - service animals are welcome, but are discouraged due to the high temperatures that they will encounter on the asphalt.
NO GLASS BOTTLES
NO CAMPING - the campgrounds will be closed from Thursday through Sunday during the air show.
NO SMOKING - designated smoking areas will be outside of the gate.
To learn more visit: http://www.aviationroundup.com/
You can also watch a video highlighting General Manager Bobbi Thompson about bringing the US Air Force Thunderbirds to the Carson Valley on Inside Douglas County with Melissa Blosser: https://youtu.be/RuQthTr9WSM
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Dangberg Home Ranch Historic State Park is a one of Carson Valley's historic properties. In the center of Carson Valley, this is one of western Nevada’s treasures, that has breathtaking views of Jobs Peak and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
The house that stands here was built by a family that played an important role in the growth and shaping of Carson Valley, Nevada. Heinrich Friedrich Dangberg was only eighteen when he came to America in 1848. He came west in 1856, where he built a log cabin, cleared and irrigated his landclaim, and married Margaret Ferris, the daughter of a noted American family. A self-made man, his hard work, foresight and leadership lead to prosperity and influence. The cabin grew into a house as he and Maggie raised five children, who inherited one of the largest ranches in western Nevada. In 1902, the family formed the Dangberg Land and Livestock Co. and over the next few decades the second generation expanded the family’s holdings to almost 50,000 acres supporting cattle and sheep production, along with vegetable crops and other products. In 1905, the family founded the town of Minden and there, in partnership with other ranchers, established several businesses focused on agriculture, banking and a hotel. Today, the Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park preserves this essential chapter in Nevada’s history.
The best way to see the park is to schedule a tour of the ranch house. Docents lead visitors through the entire main level, from living room to the cowboys’ dining hall, and reveal the history of Carson Valley ranching through one family’s private and public history. The stories told by the artifacts and photographs will make you laugh, cry and reflect.
Reservations are required and the tours are available year-round on selected days, including weekends. Call 775-783-9417, or write email@example.com. The fee is $8 for 17 and older, free for 16 and younger.
Activities and events take place from April through December. Throughout the summer, Dangberg Home Ranch Historic State Park offers their Ferris Family Speaker Series, Summer Sunday Concert Series, Twilight Concerts, Storytellers, Chautauqua Series, and Arts and Traditions of the American West.
For a full list of activities and events visit: