Visit our Western Folklife Center Gift Shop

Our gift shop in Elko, Nevada, offers unique items from art and books to films, jewelry and music, in addition to our National Cowboy Poetry Gathering items and products from invited artists. And we feature local Elko County, Nevada artists, authors and filmmakers!

SHOP WITH OUR SECURE PAYPAL PORTAL.

SHOP WITH OUR SECURE PAYPAL PORTAL.

Now Open! - Visit our new Online Store
for selected Western Folklife Center-produced items
and to purchase or renew all Memberships.
Secure PayPal portal, no PayPal account necessary.

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Featured:  Our 1985 Poster!  Limited, numbered reproduction for the special price of $300. Call us or stop by 501 Railroad Street and add to your collection.

Featured: Our 1985 Poster! Limited, numbered reproduction for the special price of $300. Call us or stop by 501 Railroad Street and add to your collection.

For Telephone Orders or questions:
775-738-7508, extension 234;
Toll Free at 1-888-880-5885
wfcstore@westernfolklife.org

Visit us at 501 Railroad Street,
Elko, Nevada 89801


Gift Shop and Wiegand Gallery Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
10:00 am to 5:30 pm
and Saturday
10:00 am to 5:00 pm (Pacific)
closed Sunday and most holidays.

For over 35 years, we have used story, poetry and music in our mission to explore and give voice to traditional and dynamic cultures of the American West. Click the images below to browse our many Western Folklife Center-produced products, then give us a call to order. Some items are available in our Online Store.


Featured local artist: Ron Arthaud, “Fall Weeds”

Featured local artist: Ron Arthaud, “Fall Weeds”

Featured local artist:

Ron Arthaud is an abstract artist working in Tuscarora, Nevada with a mostly primary palette, "…often…capturing the beauty in ordinary, discarded things: rusty cars, a broken down fence, the shadows cast from old pickets in the snow. My goal is that the  “abstract” designs I paint retain the feeling of space, electricity, and interaction of the objects, and ultimately express a feeling of place."

 

 

 

Banner image by Jessica Brandi Lifland.