Stonyford Museum

The old town hall in Stonyford, which was restored in 2011, now houses a museum. The new museum had its grand opening on August 21, 2011. The opening got local news coverage by the Colusa Sun Herald, The Willows Journal, and the Sacramento Valley Mirror. It is currently open on the 2nd and 4th Sundays, 1 to 4 p.m. March through November and the 2nd Sunday only, December through February, or by appointment by calling  (530) 570-5591  or  (530) 963-3141 . Admission is free, but donations and memberships are gratefully accepted and much appreciated.

 

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Orginal cover art for Homesteading On Grasshopper Flats                                                 

Stonyford Author's 1984 Novel and Supporting Documentation
Get a New Life

Stonyford resident Etta Rose Knox (1915-1999) wrote an autobiographic novel that was published in 1984: Homesteading on Grasshopper Flats. Pristine copies of the book, and originals of the supporting artwork, were recently uncovered and given new life by the author's daughter Marinell Harriman, who is also the book's illustrator. To learn more, click on the "Book Signing Event " link in the column at right.

To access a review of the book, click on the "Book Review" link.