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Want to know more about The 1929 Palace Theater, its history, or its events? Email us at PalaceSpur1929@gmail.com

Our staff are all volunteer members of the Dickens County Historical Commission, so our personal phone numbers are not shared on this site (thank you for understanding!). But if you know how to reach the following, give us a call and we'll be happy to answer your questions, help book your event, or give you a tour.

Barbara Brannon, editor, The Texas Spur (chair)

Kay Ellington

Harry Bob Martin and Mary Martin

Jeff Sturgis and Briana Sturgis

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'The Big Empty' short film to air May 11, 2024

FREE SHOWING RESERVE THE DATE: SAT., MAY 11, 4 PM

New Bitcoin film “The Big Empty” features Spur people and places; at Palace May 11

 

The Dickens County Historical Commission and Galaxy Digital will air “The Big Empty,” a Bitcoin story in the heartland of Texas—and how our city has rebuilt its swimming pool. Filmed in cooperation with Galaxy Digital Holdings and produced by William Foxley, “The Big Empty” tells  the story of Spur, Texas and its relationship with its newest neighbors, an 800MW Bitcoin mine dubbed Helios. “The Big Empty” will be the first part of a FREE double feature, followed by “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem” at 4 p.m., Sat., May 11 in downtown Spur.  |  COURTESY IMAGES

Read The Texas Spur's news story, May 9, 2024, here

Dickens County Historical Commission

P. O. Box 222

Dickens, TX 79229-0222

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