Announcing the newest workshop in Carbon County Museum’s Heritage Workshop Series! Bullet Reloading will explore the process of assembling individual bullet components like the case, primer, powder, and shot to create a live cartridge. Participants will be introduced to methodologies and tools and get hands-on experience loading multiple caliber shells. Led by Derrick Archuleta of Rawlins, this workshop will be held from 10am until noon on January 23rd in the Carbon County Museum Administrative Building located at 619 10th Street in Rawlins.
This workshop is offered free of charge; however the class will be capped at 15 participants, so please preregister by calling 307-328-2740 or stopping by the museum. All materials are included.
For more information on this or other workshops in the Heritage Workshop Series, contact Lauren Hunley, Education and Outreach Coordinator by phone or email, at email@example.com.
Carbon County Museum collects, conserves, interprets and disseminates regional history and culture to inspire Carbon County cultural entities and all learners—today and tomorrow. The museum envisions diverse but relevant experiences for people of all ages and backgrounds to learn about themselves and their world through the history of Carbon County. Visit us online at CarbonCountyMuseum.org or come see us in person at 904 West Walnut Street in Rawlins.