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The High Plains Museum will host a Lip-Sync Battle Fundraiser on March 28, 2020 at the Elks Lodge.  The evening will include a BBQ dinner and family friendly entertainment. All ages are welcome to come to this fundraiser, but you must be 18 years or older to participate in the Lip-Sync Battle.  Tickets will cost $30.00 per Read more…


The travelling exhibit The Way We Worked by the Smithsonian is about showcasing how Americans have worked through the years.  The exhibit shows what changes have occurred in the workforce in America from the mid-19th century and the late 20th century.  Just like America, Goodland’s workforce and community have changed as well.  The county was founded in Read more…


Today when a crime is committed police officers have a variety of different ways to communicate with each other.  With the help of e-mail, phones and radios, officers can alert other officers about criminals.  In the 1900s however, officers did not have the technological advances and had to rely on a messenger.  A prime example of this  Read more…


Cameron Cross, the Big Easel artist, has nearly completed his work repairing and repainting Goodland’s Big Easel. The painting had been removed from the easel July 11th to get work done on the faded and worn “canvas.” To celebrate the completion of the “Repaint, Repair, Relaunch” project, the City of Goodland is throwing a celebration the morning Read more…


The celebrate the Big Easel, come by the High Plains Museum Saturday, July 7th, from 1 to 5pm to design your own Big Easel t-shirt!  We’re celbrating the Big Easel as the artist of the Big Easel, Cameron Cross, is back in Goodland to touch up the painting.   Drop by the museum this Saturday from 1 to 5 pm MT to Read more…


What do you get with five Grant Jr. High students, their ideas, and the museum?  An all new exhibit entitled “We Chose Goodland” being displayed at Mann’s Jewelry/Smitty’s Sports! 


The High Plains Museum is hosting a scavenger hunt today March 22nd, tomorrow March 23rd and Saturday March 24th!  There are three different themed hunts that are all unique.  It is a great way to spend part of the day with your family or a group of friends.