The Armstrong County Museum's
Gem Theatre Presents...

February 7, 2015 -- Coby Carter Kicks off the Centenial Celebration of shows at the Gem Theatre
Coby Carter and 5 Miles West returns to the Gem theatre with some outstanding county western music and fiddle playing. This will be a special evening. More details later. Adults $10.00 K-12 $3.00 Group rate for seven or more on one check. For Information and Reservations 806-226-2187.

March 7, 2015 -- Joe Gillis and Desert Pearl
Historic Gem Theatre (1915), welcomes Joe Gillis. Lubbock native Joe Gillis brings close to forty years of experience to Desert Pearl as a singer/songwriter. Gillis will perform at the historic Gem Theatre next to the Armstrong County Museum on Sat. March 7, 2015, along with Juli Handley, Darryl Lemons and Patrick Herzog. Showtime begins at 7:30 p.m. Adults $10.00 K-12 $3.00 Group rate for seven or more on one check. For Information and Reservations 806-226-2187.

December 9 thru March 8, 2016 -- The Historic Gem Theatre,
The historic Gem Theatre opened as a movie theater October 8, 1915. Initially named the Claudia Theatre, it was renamed as the Rialto in the 1920's and it became the Gem Theatre in the 1930's. Since 1997 the Gem Theatre has been a ''Presenting Theatre'' for the Texas Commission on the Arts. This means that Texas Touring Artists from the Commission on the Arts Touring Artists Roster can have fee support when performing at the Gem Theatre in Claude, Texas. The Gem Theatre is a very family friendly theater and we look forward to having you celebrate the 100th year of the Gem Theatre.

The restoration of the Charles Goodnight House has been completed and the new Reception Center is now open. Across the road Buffalo Gold is maintaining a small herd of the Original Charles Goodnight Buffalo herd preserved by Charles and Mary Ann Goodnight. The Quanah Parker Arrow is now standing sentinel over the whole estate. There are many things to see and do. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

December 12 thru March 11, 2016 -- A GREAT EXHIBIT IN THE MUSEUM: THE PALO DURO RANCH
The JA Ranch was the first ranch established in the Palo Duro Canyon. Originally created by the Panhandle Plains Museum, this display is now a permanent display in the Armstrong County Museum. While visiting the museum, you can also see the works of photographer George Williams. Visiting hours are Tuesday through Saturday 12:00 to 4:00 PM. Admission is Free, Donations Welcomed.

Funded in part by: The Texas Commission on the Arts, The Mary E. Bivins Foundation of Amarillo, Texas and The National Endowment for the Arts.

Adults $10.00 · Children $3.00

Call 806-226-2187 for Reservations

Ask about group rates for 10 or more.
(Group rate requires payment by ONE check.)

Unless otherwise indicated, shows begin at 7:30 PM