Kay Winters remembers a rancher wife’s life in times past
Kay Winters, 96 years old, still remembers the days when she was a Nevada rancher’s wife after she married JohnD Winters in 1948. The Winters’ ranched in Carson City and then in Dayton until JohnD passed away in 2007.
Kay relates her memoirs with wonderful stories this Wednesday:
WHEN: May 10
WHERE: Dayton Valley Community Center, 170 Pike Street, Old Town Dayton.
TIME: 7:00pm – Meet & Greet, with refreshments 7:30PM – Kay’s presentation
This program is the second of four historical lectures the Historical Society of Dayton Valley is sponsoring in May to celebrate Nevada Historical Preservation and Archaeology Awareness Month.
The Dayton Museum will also be open all day during May – 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays
1 to 4 p.m. on Sundays.
(The Museum will remain open after May on weekends only for the rest of the season.)
Call 775-246-3256, 775-461-3829 or go to www.daytonhistorynv.org for more information on the lecture series and the Historical Society of Dayton Valley, a nonprofit organization that is operated by volunteers and is dedicated to preserving Dayton history.