Reception for Facility Supervisor Taylor Weiss.The Tennessee Historical Commission (THC) has announced winners of this year's annual Certificate of Merit competition. These awards are presented each May during National Preservation Month since 1975. On June 17, 2021 Taylor was presented with the certificate of merit by CRHM Board President Darrell James.
Juneteenth at the CRHM
In coordination with the local branch of the NAACP, the CRHM was happy to host an event celebrating Juneteenth and Multiculturalism in Dickson County. Taking place on June 19, 2021, festivities included information on the history of Emancipation and a section on "What is Juneteenth." The event attendance had upwards 253 people celebrating Juneteenth and the best of Dickson.
Downtown Dickson Street Festival
Hosted on June 26, 2021, the Downtown Dickson Street Festival saw thousands of individuals visiting Dickson, Tennessee for a day full of family fun. The CRHM accommodated over 200 individuals and sponsored the miniature train rides through the downtown district. Many commented on the immense history of the site and the great fun they were able to experience while v
On October 23rd and 24th, 2021 the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum hosted our very first murder mystery events. Based on a real-life incident at California's famous Hotel del Coronado, the original production, "Tracks to Murder," invited guests to participate in searching for clues, deciphering coded messages, interrogating suspects, and solving this "heinous crime" all within the confines of Dickson County's old Hotel Halbrook. This event proved highly popular with groups of all ages and was a night of fun and intrigue.