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LANDER ART CENTER:  “The Road Not Taken,” National Juried Show, November 1 – December 7 — FREE and open to the public

LANDER ART CENTER:  Around Town — Native American Art Show to Open This Friday

Public reception: Friday, November 8

6-8pm at the Middle Fork, 351 Main Street
November is Native American Heritage Month and is set aside to honor and recognize the significant contributions of the first Americans. The Lander Art Center has teamed up with Native artists from Fremont County to celebrate Native American heritage through a unique collection of local artists’ work.

This collaborative art show represents Native artists mainly from Fremont County. The show is a diverse and dynamic collection of work that showcases the many talents of artists in our communities.  Ceramic artists, beaders, graphic artists, and a eclectic group of painters are showcased in multiple venues around town. The Middle Fork Cafe, Lander City Hall, and the Lander Library will all be hosting Native artwork throughout the month of November.

Appetizers provided. Drinks for purchase from Middle Fork.

The community is encouraged to attend and meet the artists!

Brochures will be available at each location to provide information on the artists and the locations where artwork can be found.

SHERIDAN:  SAGE Community Art Center Welcomes Two November Shows

SAGE (Sheridan Artist’s Guild, Et al) is pleased to present two November shows at their SAGE Exhibit Gallery, located at Sheridan College Main, 171 No. Main St. 

The Sheridan Parks & Pathways national juried art show features art depicting Sheridan’s public walkways and parks.  The show’s juror is artist Danna Hildebrand, former Sheridan resident and college art instructor.

In conjunction with the Parks & Pathways show will be SAGE’s Annual “Artly Altered Furniture” fundraiser.  Various pieces of furniture are decorated and donated by SAGE members and sold via silent auction.  Proceeds benefit SAGE & the Sagebrush Art Center.

The Parks and Pathways Artists’ Reception & Awards Ceremony will be November 7th, 5:30-7:00 pm.  Both shows, as well as the “East Meets West in Wyoming” “stock show” at the Sagebrush Art Center,  end on November 29th.

This project is made possible by a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council.


GILLETTE:  Studio Share Gillette Offers Studio Space for Photographers

Are you a photographer? Do you know one who needs studio space? Studio Share Gillette has a cost effective solution for you! Visit to learn more.

CASPER:  Nicolaysen December Events


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It’s SUMMER!!! And that means that our calendar blogs will be coming out with TONS of stuff happening across Wyoming. We aim to keep everyone informed with the month’s events and those coming up in the short term, and we need your help — if you have an event we should publicize, shoot us a line at If you have a picture to go along with it, all the better!


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LANDER: Lander Brew Fest, June 7-8 (THIS weekend!)

Music, food, BEER (of course) and rugby — how much more fun can it get?! Visit their website for details…

CODY:  Cody’s Wild West Shootout, June 6-8 (THIS weekend!)

Cody’s Wild West Shootout is the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS) sanctioned Wyoming State Championship Cowboy Action Shooting match. Approximately 150 shooters, using firearms and dressed in clothing from the period of 1860 to 1899, will compete over three days in men’s, women’s and junior divisions. Thursday will consist of practice stages and long range rifle events.

The main match on Friday and Saturday will feature twelve stages that all competitors will shoot, with each stage having a different shooting scenario. In past years, competitors from around the U.S. and Canada, and from as far away as Australia and New Zealand, have traveled here to participate.

This event is open to the public at no charge. Safety glasses and ear muffs are required for anyone in the shooting areas since this is a live-fire event.  More info also available at:  Cody Shooting Complex

CHUGWATER:  Chugwater Chili Cook-Off, June 14-15

Come out and enjoy this 28th annual event — full of good food and good times! Be sure to fill up on gas before you head their way — sadly, the only gas station in town was lost to fire and there will not be fuel services nearby. However, Cheyenne & Wheatland are not far away – just go with a full tank and enjoy the festivities! Visit their website for details…

CHEYENNE:  Black Dog Animal Rescue’s Summer Mutt Fair, June 14

Black Dog Animal Rescue does a TON of work for the well-being of dogs in need of love in Southeast Wyoming. They’re always in need of support, donations, and, of course, forever homes for their lovable pups!

BUFFALO:  The Big Horns Classic, June 14-16

Presented by Steele Roping — visit their website for more details!

RIVERTON:  Northern Arapahoe Experience Art Show at Wind River Hotel & Casino, June – August 2013

Experience beautiful art work in one of Wyoming’s exciting destinations! Visit their website for more information!

CASPER:  Nic Fest, June 28-30

This annual event brings people from all over the state to discover regional artists. Be sure to visit this renowned museum at the same time… Visit their website for more details, as well as lots more summer happenings.

SHERIDAN:  Polo Games Begin!

Local polo teams in action, with initial practice games on June 2 and June 9, then tournaments every Sunday from June 16 through August 25. The games in June (one game each Sunday) are at 2:00 pm. The games in July and August (two games, back to back, each Sunday) are at 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm. In addition, the teams are playing practice games every Wednesday and Friday at 3:00 and 5:00 pm and every Saturday at 10:00 am. Spectators are welcome, with no admission charge. There are bleachers for seating, but also feel free to bring your own lawn chairs or blankets. No dogs, please. For more information, contact “Perk” Connell at (307) 674-4928 or visit

GILLETTE:  Donkey Creek Music Festival, June 28-30

Gillette, known as “Donkey Town” once — and thankfully renamed by Edward Gillette, railroad engineer, has held this annual event since 2006. Lovingly named after the area’s Donkey Creek and held at Gillette College, the festival continues to bring great groups and sound. Visit their website for more information!





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CHEYENNE: WY State Museum New Exhibit

From Arts Cheyenne:  “Wyoming Passage,” a new temporary exhibit utilizing contemporary photographs and paintings, has opened at the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne. The exhibit combines images relating to transportation and the varied Wyoming landscape.

Visit Arts Cheyenne online for more information!


CASPER: Casper College Dance Classes


ROCK SPRINGS — Community Fine Arts Center Celebrates Youth Art Month

From the Community F.A. Center:  YOUTH ART MONTH Student Exhibits have started at the Community Fine Arts Center! Rock Springs Junior High art students filled the gallery with great art through March 16th. Now the Rock Springs and Independence High Schools art students’ work is on display through March 30.


CAPSER — Nicolaysen Art Museum classes for April 2013

CHEYENNE — Mark your calendars! 17th Street Arts Festival

The 17th Street Arts Festival will be held August 16-17, 2013 in Cheyenne — stay tuned to Arts Cheyenne’s website or Facebook page for more info as it approaches!

LARAMIE — Downtown Laramie in need of summer volunteers!

From Downtown Laramie:  “Volunteers needed! Planning has begun for summer’s hottest events! If you’d like to be a part of Farmer’s Market, Brewfest or Laramie Jubilee Days, either as a sponsor or volunteer, contact us at for a list of opportunities. We are looking for volunteers with a variety of skills, from marketing, education, design, management and outreach to assist in organizing these events.”


ON THE TABLE — foodie news from Wyoming…

ELK MOUNTAIN — Elk Mountain Hotel Easter event

Easter Sunday Luncheon at the Elk Mountain Hotel is set to be scrumptious! Menu is below — be sure to contact them if you have food allergies/intolerance so they can design a delicious menu just for you.

To beginspiced popcorn & pretzel mix, chicken soup with a herb biscuit, Easter spring salad

mesquite rubbed flank stank  — served with lime chipotle butter, steak fries & vegetable 27.5

spiced honey & pineapple glazed roast ham — served with mashed potatoes or apricot rice & vegetable 24.75

Mediterranean braised lamb  — served with apricot rice & vegetable 26.95

grilled salmon — served with wild rice & cranberry, ginger & herb relish 22.5

Easter dessert — classic dark chocolate mousse & chocolate dipped strawberries 5.99

Children’s menu (ages 5-10) — chicken fingers & fries, vegetable, salad, chocolate mousse 

20% gratuity added to parties of 6+; splitplate charge 5.00

Visit their website for more information.


LARAMIE — Altitude & Lovejoy Specials

marinated chicken breast — served over roasted artichoke and lemon scalloped potato gratin. Finished with roasted cranberries and brussel sprouts. 15.

hickory smoked salmon — paired with couscous studded with zucchini, squash and grape tomatoes. Topped with a creamy honey and red pepper sauce. 16.5

pub sirloin — six ounce cut of Certified Angus Beef® sirloin, grilled to your liking; served with hand made hop-infused pasta with a stone ground mustard sauce. 17.

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portuguese chicken wings — plump chicken wings drenched in a spicy Portuguese pepper sauce. Served with your choice of ranch or bleu cheese dressing for dipping. 8.

hillbilly philly — sliced beef, sauteed mushrooms, banana peppers and onions tossed in our signature hobo sauce. Tucked in a hoagie and topped with melted pepperjack cheese. Served with fried, chips and salsa, creamy mashers, cottage cheese or a dinner salad. 9.

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Wyoming Whiskey makes a video appearance

John Kirlin and the High Plains Drifters included Wyoming’s own bourbon in their new video… take a look!  


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Head to the 5th Annual Dubois, WY Women’s Business Expo Nov. 2, 4-8 pm at Headwaters Center. Over 30 vendors, exhibits, chocolates, wine tasting and more – – FREE admission! Contact  organizer Tammy Reed with questions at 307-455-2764.

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CHEYENNE:  Cheyenne Depot Museum Holiday mart

It’s never too early to start planning for holiday shopping! On Saturday, November 24th (10 am to 8pm), head to the Cheyenne Depot Museum for  holiday fun! See Santa, have some hot coco and shop til you drop!  Visit their website for more information on the depot & the museum, as well as their annual events!

LARAMIE:  Zonta Features “Wyoming Chic” November 9


Saturday, November 10 beginning at 7:30 AM, get prepared and energized for the upcoming season! All events take place at the Stock Activity Center (next to Cody High School gymnasium): 

Pancake Breakfast 7:30 – 10:30

Cody High School Ski Swap 10:00 – 3:00

Ski Movie 6:00 pm

Call 307-250-7710 — and visit for more info on Sleeping Giant!



The big stroll event is Friday, November 23 … but the Stroll button hunt continues until Christmas Eve. Stroll buttons will go on sale at the participating businesses the week of November 5. Visit the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce website for more information and more special events!


The winter season of racing kicks off tonight (Friday, November 2) with Indoor BMX Races at the Sweetwater Events Complex. Registration begins at 5 pm in the indoor arena with racing to follow. Racing continues on Saturday and Sunday as well. The weather looks perfect, the indoor arena is heated and admission is FREE! Make plans to stop by this weekend. Concessions are also available. Visit Sweetwater Events Complex’s website for more information.



appetizer pizza Chicken, bacon, onions, artichoke hearts, Moody Bleu and mozzarella cheese baked on a sweet honey pita. 8.
new york strip Twelve ounce cut of Certified Angus Beef®, dusted with Ancho seasonings and grilled to your liking. Served with chorizo and pepperjack mashed potatoes and batter fried jalapeno bottle caps. 21.5
graham cracker encrusted salmon Served with bourbon mashed yams and a cracked black pepper – blueberry sauce. 16.5

New Beers…
imperial red ale A winter warmer with rich caramel flavor and strong hop flavor and aroma. This ale is very boozy with an aged flavor reminiscent of sherry. It finishes with citrus-like hops. 7.6% ABV.
ACRES II pumpkin ale  (Fifty cents from each pint purchased will be donated to ACRES, UW’s student farm.) Brewed with pumpkins grown at ACRES Student Farm, this light colored and high alcohol ale is highlighted by orange and ginger with hints of pie spices. 6.75% ABV.

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veggie pizza Eight inch Italian pizza crust topped with marinara sauce, black olives, tomatoes, onions, red bell peppers, mushrooms and mozzarella cheese. 8.

baked pasta Cavatappi pasta tossed with grilled chicken breast, bacon and a Cajun seasoned cheddar and pepperjack cheese sauce. Topped with bread crumbs and baked until bubbly. Accompanied by a cup of soup or a small garden salad. 11.

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Dubois Main Street will be hosting the first in a series of ‘Taste of Dubois’ dining events on December 8th. The series will feature 5 or 6 Dubois restaurants, one restaurant at a time, throughout winter and spring. Look for ads and e-mail announcements soon for more information.


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LANDER BREW FEST IS THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 8-9! Click on the image above for more info!

Are you making plans to hit the Lander Brew Fest this year? It’s coming this Fri & Sat, June 8-9, and is going to be another great event! Click on the image above to connect with the fest’s website — activities kick off Friday, June 8, with a from 5-9 PM (adults only), and Saturday, June 9, from 2-7 PM. Activities take place at the soccer fields adjacent to Lander Valley High School, 400 Baldwin Creek Road. Check out amazing Rocky Mountain breweries and dig the music — groups like Musketeer Gripweed & The Foot Friday night, and The Codi Jordan Band and Fluffy Buffalo on Saturday. They’re also offering a NEW feature this year — whiskey & wine tasting on Friday night only. Whiskey tasting cards will be for sale, 4 samples for $10. The wine tasting will be included in the cost of admission. There will also be non-alcoholic drinks available.

While you’re there, check out the Central WY Speedboat Rugby Club and the Jackson Hole Moose Rugby Club as they compete in the inaugural Wind River Rugby Challenge — held Saturday, June 9 at 12:30 PM at the same soccer fields adjacent to LVHS.  Check out the action, then hit the brew fest!

Call the Lander Chamber of Commerce at 307-332-3892 for more info — and be sure to click on the Brew Fest image above to connect with their website!


Check-in: 7:00 AM-8:00 AM @ Cokeville Town Park

Judging: 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM @ Cokeville Town Park
Contestants must participate as a team of 2.  Each participant will need a fishing license in accordance with Wyoming Game and Fish Department policy. Visit the Cokeville community website to download the PDF of rules. Thanks to the Cokeville Arts Council for the information on this event!

JACKSON – BE PREPARED TO PLAY IN THE BACKCOUNTRY — Community Presentation: Summer Backcountry Preparedness from the Community Health Info Ctr, St John’s Medical Center & Teton Wellness Institute

Ever wondered: Where the bears are?  The correct way to use bear spray? Are there trails in the Tetons where you DON’T need to carry bear spray? What you need to take with you – for safety – on a day hike? What simple steps can keep you safe in a backcountry emergency?

Presented by Stephanie Thomas, AJ Wheeler, MD and Kate Wilmot: Stephanie Thomas is the Executive Director of the Teton County Search and Rescue Foundation and TCSAR member. Dr. AJ Wheeler is an emergency medicine physician and TCSAR member. Kate Wilmot is the Bear Management Specialist for Grand Teton National Park.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm St. John’s Medical Center, Moose-Wapiti Classrooms

SARATOGA — Jalan Crossland at “The Yard” June 9 — Call the Sartoga/Platte Valley Chamber of Commerce for more info!

EVANSTON BLUEGRASS JUNE 23 — Click on the image above for more info!

Bluegrass Evanston is a great event — a free, one day outdoor concert, the event hosts four bands from all over the bluegrass spectrum:  traditional and progressive bluegrass to Newgrass. Artists, food and beverage booths also make up the festival.  A kids’ fest, “Pop, Dogs & Songs” will be held from noon to 3 PM prior to the main event, which runs from 5-10 PM. Activities and crafts such as shoebox banjo making will be available for the kiddos!

Fine artists range from jewelry, fiber artists, potters and painters.  ”The bluegrass festival in Evanston will serve to enhance economic development and cultural tourism, while providing the residents of Evanston, Bridger Valley and the Wasatch front with great musical entertainment, fine arts and a sense of community,” the festival says via its website. “It also strives to pass on a love of bluegrass music to the next generation.”  Be sure to check out this great musical event in Southwest Wyoming — and while you’re there, hang out and try some of Evanston’s great restaurants, shopping, lodging and recreation — be sure to check out the Bear River State Park for all sorts of summer fun!

image by Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site


Butch Cassidy Days involve a lot of fun at the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site, in West Laramie. Kite-flying will be a fun activity of the day, and with Laramie’s recent windy weather, a lot of fun will be had! Also catch a concert by Mary Kaye & cream can dinner … more details here!

LANDER — LANDER DAYS MAIN STREET EVENT JUNE 30 — The Lander Downtown Merchants Association invite you to kick off the 4th of July festivities with a fun event on Main Street! Event runs 4-10 PM on June 30.  Find the Lander Downtown Merchants Association on Facebook — or call Chisholm’s Jewelry and ask Eric & Tami for more information!


From Nicolaysen Executive Director Connie Gibbons:  “Every June, the Nicolaysen Art Museum throws open its doors to music, art and family fun for the 2 1/2 day event that features artist booths, artist demonstrations, food and two stages with music and entertainment. For 2012, the Nic Fest introduces a celebration of folk-life. Each year a different cultural region, country or tradition will be explored and this year the festival integrates a celebration of Mexican culture, art, music, dance and food.”

The 3rd Annual Firefighter ‘Downtown Throwdown’ Competition will take place in conjunction with Nic Fest. Dates are June 22 (5-9 PM) and June 23 (10 AM – 5 PM), between 1st & 2nd St. on Beech St. Watch the ‘toughest two minutes in sports’ as local firefighters face off against other firefighters from across the area, region and nation.

Click here to visit the Nic’s informative, online Nic Fest brochure — exhibitors, musicians, schedule and more. VERY cool feature!


image courtesy 3rd Thursday Festival Committee

Sheridan’s 3rd Thursday Festival kicks off for the months of June, July, August & September. Located on Main Street from Loucks to Alger and including Grinell Plaza, the festival includes strong man competitions, chicken roping, the ROTC Rock Wall, steak grilling competitions in July (w/a $500 cash prize!), live music performances, various local & regional vendors, a food court, beer & wine gardens and extended hours for downtown local merchants.

In June, dig the musical talents of Gary Small and the Coyote Brothers. This event is sponsored in part by the Downtown Sheridan Association, Sheridan Chamber, Sheridan Travel & Tourism, the City of Sheridan, Bighorn Beverage — and “…the greatest group of voulnteers and local support a committee could ever ask for,” says committee member Chad Franklin.

LARAMIE — Downtown Laramie Continues Lighting Infrastructure Project

The City of Laramie, in partnership with the Laramie Main Street Alliance, has begun the second phase of the downtown street light improvement project that was initially started in 2009. The 2012 lighting project includes upgrades to the wiring system, existing light fixtures as well as the installation of new, antique decorative light poles on 3rd and 4th Streets between University Avenue and Custer.

The lighting project is funded by the City of Laramie with a Business Ready Community Loan from the Wyoming Business Council. The project is expected to cost between $1.3 and $1.9 million. The addition of the new antique poles will aesthetically tie 3rd and 4th Streets in with the rest of historic downtown Laramie. Studies show that shoppers enjoy a well lit, inviting atmosphere and are more likely to linger in an area that is welcoming and well designed.

The downtown lighting project began on June 4th at 3rd and University and will conclude October 19th at 4th and Ivinson. Work will be done weekly on a block-by-block basis. No street closures are expected and sidewalks, driveways and alleyways will remain open. During construction, there will be no on street parking. Contact the Laramie Main Street office at 307-760-3355, or David Derragon, Assistant City Manager at 307-721-5304 for more information.

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LOTS of excitement coming up Saturday, June 9 for Burns Day! Some of the events and time schedules that we know of:  PANCAKE BREAKFAST (7-9 AM); 9:30 Police Dog Demo; 9:45 Kids’ Parade; Burns Chptr Order Of Eastern Star Bake Sale (9-11); FOOD IN PARK; Hands In Harmony Performance@Gazebo (1:00); Search & Rescue Dog Presentation; Service Dog Presentation; Cheyenne Animal Shelter Will Be Present All Day For Adoption Info; Cheyenne Quick Draw booth; BRAND 307 playing from 7-11 PM


bbq pork sandwich Shredded pork, drenched in bbq sauce, topped with melted cheddar cheese and tucked in a hoagie. Served with your choice of fries, chips and salsa, creamy mashed potatoes, cottage cheese or dinner salad. 8.5
lovejoy’s pasta Grilled chicken breast and sauteed artichoke hearts tossed in a sauce of chicken stock and sundried tomato pesto. Served over cavitappi pasta with a sprinkle of asiago cheese. Accompanied by your choice of soup or salad. 11.

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First Night Casper


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The holidays are upon us! Looking for something to do New Year’s Eve? Check out First Night Casper!  This family-friendly event is organized by the 1224 Club, a Casper community resource built around recovery.  See the paragraph at the bottom of this post for more information on the 1224 Club!

Started in Boston in 1976, the First Night program is a drug- and alcohol-free, family-friendly arts & culture celebration. Today, the program is a licensed event, occurring internationally. The First Night program is held in communities throughout the United States — the closest locations to the Casper program are Fort Collins, CO and Missoula, MT.

The program is simple:  Purchase a button for admission to LOTS of events, entertainment, and fun city-wide!  Buttons cost $10 each for adults; children 5 and under are free with a paying adult.  In Casper, purchase buttons at the Nicolaysen Art Museum, Downtown Development Authority, Messy Moose, Mercer Family Resource Center, Chamber of Commerce and the 1224 Club.  The theme for the First Night program changes annually — this year, the theme is ‘Reflections’.  Buttons have become collector’s items, with new designs and new themes every year — in addition to buttons, First Night Casper will offer logo apparel and other souvenir items for sale.

Once you have your buttons, get ready to have some fun!  Click here to connect with the First Night Casper activity schedule — or visit and click on the ‘First Night Casper’ link, then the schedule link.  Check out their awesome sponsors while you’re at it! Thanks to Ken Knight Photography who has graciously offered photography services for the evening as well.

The buttons are your admission into the whole series of events — the 10 locations for fun include:  MC Market, 2nd Street Community Area, First United Methodist Church, Yellowstone Garage, WY National Apartments Lobby, The Downtown Grille, Nicolaysen Art Museum, Children’s Theater, The Science Zone and the 1224 Club.  Attendees may visit the locations in any order they wish — allowing them to create their own map to fun for the evening. Each location contains its own form of entertainment — musicians, illusionists, comedians, art galleries, dance performances, theater, play and discovery space for the kids — there is a LOT to take in! Visit food vendors at the 2nd Street Community Area and take part in an inexpensive chili dinner at the First United Methodist Church.  Be sure to check out First Night Casper for a fun and substance-free, culturally-rich event for the entire family!

The 1224 Club was formed almost 20 years ago by a group of nine recovering alcoholics. They derived their unique name from the 12 step programs and the 24 hour a day work that it requires to overcome addiction.  An organization unique to Casper, the community resource is built around recovery from addiction.  While they serve occasionally as a facility for 12 step program meetings, the 1224 Club is not a 12 step program in itself.  The club does not employ counselors, but does provide free resources in a safe and anonymous environment open to all individuals seeking recovery from addiction.  The club also provides its facilities for a wide variety of other addiction groups as well.  The 1224 Club is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) entity, funded primarily by donations and grants through gracious corporations and foundations.  The proceeds from First Night Casper will go to benefit the 1224 Club.  For more information on the organization and the services they provide to the Casper area, visit       

Thank you to The 1224 Club for sharing what they do as well as providing such a valuable and welcoming service to the Casper area.  Visit their website to see how you can help, donate and support their service — and be sure to attend First Night Casper for a fun and unique event for the entire family!

‘Til next time…

Kati Hime, Editor

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