The museum opened on May 16th with two new displays. One display focuses on the importance of Rodeo in Kaycee, with items from local rodeo stars, including Chris Ledoux. The other new display takes up an entire fifteen-foot wall in the museum’s Bedroom Display Room and showcases local women and the personal items used by these women in the late 19th and early 20th century. There are five quilts made by local women, which previously were hanging on the wall without protection. These are now in the case and better protected long-term. It is a huge improvement to the space.
As always, John Tinnin constructed these museum cases, and we are very grateful for his hard work resulting in the fine craftsmanship of these cases.