Red River Valley Museum
The Red River Valley Museum is home to the extensive wild game collection donated by Bill Bond as well as several historical exhibits dealing with archaeology, geology, ranching history, and life in early Vernon. The museum has the largest collection of the sculpture of Electra Waggoner Biggs plus a replica of her studio. Other exhibits highlight Vernon native Jack Teagarden, Doans Crossing, and the Great Western Trail.
Every spring the museum hosts an international juried art show featuring artwork in a variety of media. Additional art exhibits during the year usually feature area artists. Programs and classes of interest to the community are offered periodically. Recent programs included such varied topics as cowboy poetry, the history of the great western trail, and the butterflies of the rolling plains.
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Proceeds will go to the Western Trail Heritage Center Building Fund at the Red River Valley Museum.
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