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WY WOMEN & FAMILY: Big Horn Basin Folk Festival Family Entertainment August 4&5, Thermopolis
KIDS ACTIVITIES AND GHOST STORIES AT THE BIG HORN BASIN FOLK FESTIVAL, THERMOPOLIS AUGUST 4&5 For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org The Fourth Annual Big Horn Basin Folk Festival is coming up soon. The festival is part of the Gift of the Waters Pageant Days week-end, Saturday and Sunday, August 4 and 5, 2018, in Hot Springs State Park, Thermopolis, Wyoming. The festival program includes a robust line-up of activities for the whole family, along with Wyoming’s own artists, craftsmen, musicians, storytellers, artisan and guild members’ demonstrations. “There will be a variety of art and music activities for kids and the whole family to choose from on both days”, according to…
Chabad Wyoming Passover Event in Jackson, April 10-18, 2017
click the image for ticket purchase to experience An Evening with Garrison Keillor Join Chabad Wyoming for a Passover Seder you will remember for a lifetime! Relive the exodus, discover the eternal meaning of the Haggadah, and enjoy a community Seder complete with hand baked Shmurah Matzah, an international selection of Kosher wines, and an elegant dinner spiced with unique traditional customs. Experience the liberation and freedom of Passover. Discover the Seders relevance today. First Seder: Monday, Aprl 10 at 6:30 pm … Wort Hotel, 50 N. Glenwood, Jackson Couvert: $36 per person Sponsor: $360 (includes family of up to five) No one will be turned away due…
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Check out the Dayton Art Loop Studio Tour
Check out the Dayton Art Loop Studio Tour — Saturday, November 19, from 10-4 in beautiful Dayton, WY. An annual showcase of the many artists and artisans in beautiful & quaint Dayton, Wyoming! Raffle for a basket of items donated by participants (proceeds benefit our local art scholarship), as well as a door price drawn from people who visit each stop on the map. New to this year’s tour will be David & Donna McDougall’s new gallery — Painted Skull Studio — located at the historical Hans Kleiber residence in Dayton. Noted local artist Alice Fuller is also back in the tour. She’ll be showing in her studio just outside…
#wykidsaregood & events coming up!
SHARE YOUR #WYKIDSAREGOOD MOMENTS WITH US! As we prepare to launch our new Wy Woman & Family Magazine website & first online magazine, we want to hear from you! We’re looking for stories of Wyoming kids (of any age!) doing good things for others! Helping someone in need … volunteering to help others … giving comfort to a person in need … being nice to someone … big or small, we want to hear it all! No prizes, no gimmicks, no giveaways — just a chance to applaud Wyoming kids for being amazing. We’re going to blog & share these stories as they come in, so don’t wait! Each story…
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Downtown Sheridan Wraps Up Summer!
From the Downtown Sheridan Association… The days are getting shorter, and I for one look forward to a little slower pace…but, honestly there is still so much going on and so many reasons to visit downtown, I never do seem to get much time to unwind! This week, our final 3rd Thursday will feature the Craft Brothers and the Sheridan High School varsity teams pep rally. Be sure to stop by the main stage for the first ever “flash mob” to be held on Main Street at 7pm! The following Thursday at the weekly farmers’ market on Grinnell Plaza, CATO Ranch and the Cottonwood Shop are sponsoring the first…
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3rd Thursday Sheridan for July is Coming! JULY 21
Downtown Sheridan Association’s Third Thursday Street Festival ! JULY 21 ON SHERIDAN’S MAIN STREET from 5pm to 9pm featuring on the Main stage GARY SMALL & ONE EARTH at the Bank of the West stage Doug Andrews Thanks you to these sponsors! Funded in part by Sheridan Travel & Tourism and the City of Sheridan.
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Big Horn Basin Folk Festival – Catch it this August 6-7 in Thermopolis!
click on the image above for a full list of Big Horn Basin Folk Festival Events & Details! “Hear Me Now” — Wyoming Storytellers Take Spotlight By Ellen Sue Blakely Images provided by Hot Springs Greater Learning Foundation For a full schedule of presenters during “Hear Me Now” Storytelling Circle, August 6-7, see www.wyomingfolkfestival.com. Other weekend events include the Gift of the Waters Pageant Days, Kiwanis Craft Fair and the Big Horn Basin Folk Festival, with music performances all day, demonstrators, workshops, food vendors, juried art show & sale and kid-friendly activities. When we were kids and all the cousins gathered for the annual Fourth of July ice cream and…
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July Excitement in Pinedale & Laramie!
It’s a big time of year across Wyoming – JULY!! Green River Rendezvous in Pinedale, Wyo Rodeo in Sheridan, Laramie Jubilee Days, Cheyenne Frontier Days, county rodeos, OH MY! So much fun! Excited to help promote it all … Check out the images for both the Meet Me on the Green Pageant & Parade (part of Green River Rendezvous in Pinedale), and Laramie Jubilee Days’ schedule of events …
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ONEHOPE Wine Rock Springs Event – Help Rock Springs & Green River Food Banks!
Mix, Mingle & Make An Impact! Bring Your Favorite Wine Glass & Come Support Rock Springs & Green River Food Banks via ONEHOPE Wine – April Kelley Date: Saturday, March 5 Time: 2-4 PM Location: Hampton Inn – Rock Springs (1901 Dewar Drive) This event is for ages 21 & over. Proceeds from this event will go to help the Rock Springs & Green River Food Banks. Seating is limited so please RSVP by Monday, February 29, 2016 at email@example.com or call 202.805.3611. *At this time, only debit/credit cards will be accepted for orders placed.*
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Washakie Museum of Worland – Annie Get Your Gun & Mammoth Quick Draw Coming Up!
2015 Mammoth Quick Draw & Annie Get Your Gun October 24-25 — in Worland by Jenn Simmons, Washakie Museum images by David Huber Photography The life-size bronze Columbian Mammoth stands guard outside the Washakie Museum and Cultural Center, enticing passers-by with its magnitude. Casper sculptor Chris Navarro created the mammoth that makes such a powerful first impression for travelers, but what is inside the museum keeps visitors there for hours. The Washakie Museum and Cultural Center in Worland, Wyoming, serves the Big Horn Basin as a history museum and an art and cultural center, as well as the local Visitor Center. The present 25,000 square foot facility opened in 2010…
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NEWS FROM THE PARKS: Ride Menor’s Ferry at Grand Teton National Park
FROM GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK: Ride Menor’s Ferry & Experience Early Method of River Crossing on the Snake MOOSE, WY — Ever wondered how Jackson Hole’s early settlers crossed the Snake River before bridges? Beginning Monday, July 20, visitors can take a ride on a replica ferry boat and experience crossing the Snake in the same fashion provided by Bill Menor through his routine ferry service of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Park ranger naturalists will offer free rides daily from 9:00–10:15 a.m. and 1:15–2:15 p.m., as well as before and after the ranger-led program, “A Walk into the Past,” that occurs each day at 2:30 p.m. Call 307.739.3399…
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COWBOY TOUGH ADVENTURE RACE
CHECK OUT ALL THE TEAMS AT THE CAMECO COWBOY TOUGH ADVENTURE WEEK WEBSITE: http://www.cowboytoughwy.com/#!teamroster/c1aam FROM WIND RIVER COUNTRY TOURISM: Cowboy Tough Adventure Race, Here We Come! Lander Athletes Represent Wind River Country at the 2015 Cowboy Tough Adventure Race (July 16 –July 19) Wyoming – “So what are you up to this weekend?” “Oh we’re just headed to Buffalo to do a little trekking through the Bighorns, some mountain and fire road biking, a little Class III whitewater boating, and a touch of orienteering with 100 athletes from over the globe for an 84-hour adventure race ending in Casper.” Here in Wind River Country, chances are you know one: your…
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ON THE CALENDAR: Intl Climbers Festival in Lander July 8-12
From the Wind River Visitors Council … Lander, WY – The International Climbers’ Festival is a five-day rock climbing festival that brings together hundreds of people from across the country to Lander. The event includes rock climbing clinics, speakers, and plenty of fun for climbers of any age. Located in central Wyoming, Lander sits at the base of the spectacular granite-filled Wind River Range, which has some of the best alpine routes in the country. Just outside of town are the legendary limestone-dolomite sport-climbing crags of Sinks Canyon and Wild Iris, where you can find single pitch sport and traditional climbing as well as bouldering with grades for the whole…
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From the Parks: Two Temp Exhibits Celebrate Wyoming at Natl Elk Refuge
CLICK HERE & READ OUR NEW ISSUE ONLINE! Two temporary exhibits will be on display next month at the Jackson Hole & Greater Yellowstone Visitor Center, located at 532 N. Cache Street in Jackson. The public is invited to view the colorful exhibits, which celebrate Wyoming successes. From the National Elk Refuge … The first exhibit commemorates the 125th anniversary of Wyoming statehood. Wyoming became the 44th state admitted to the Union on July 10, 1890. An interactive display will give visitors an opportunity to learn more about the state’s history and fun facts. Both a Wyoming and National Elk Refuge time line will be featured, along with coloring sheets, state logos,…
ON THE CALENDAR: Elevation 8076′ Celebration & Rock Springs Kicks Off Farmers Markets in July!
The Elevation 8076′ Celebration is a music, food, and arts fair inCentennial, Wyoming on July 3rd! All profits benefit the Albany County Search & Rescue and the Centennial Valley Volunteer Fire Department. Music Featuring: Kelsey Waldon Luke Bell Kelley Mickwee Brandy Zdan – https://www.facebook.com/brandyzdanmusic?fref=ts Harland Allen Danno from WyoFestival Seating Only BRING A CHAIR!!!!! The arts part of the celebration starts at 11. Music starts at 1. Tickets are $20 at the gate, but we will be announcing on this page where you can get your tickets for FREE so stay tuned!