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ONGOING THROUGH AUGUST, WEEKENDS IN SEPTEMBER Nici Self Museum: Open 12-4p Mon-Thu. Info 307-745-3108.


SEPTEMBER 7 Service Academy Information Day: Students and parents are invited to meet epresentatives from the Air Force Academy, the Military Academy, the Naval Academy and the Merchant Marine Academy for an information session regarding the academy and ROTC/NROTC application process, attending a military academy or ROTC/NROTC, and serving as a commissioned officer in the Armed Forces. Representatives from the University of Wyoming Army ROTC, the University of Wyoming Air Force ROTC, and the Navy NROTC programs will be in attendance. 1p, Central High School, free, info www.outreach.navy.mil.


September 20, October 18 Songwriting Contest: Songwriters encouraged to enter to win free buffett and a chance at $500 grand prize during Finals on November 15. Open mic to follow performances. Stampede Saloon, info 307-422-3200,[email protected].

OCTOBER 26 Cowboy Bob’s Beauty Contest: Humans and animals are not allowed to compete in this contest for the most beautiful possession and a $100 prize. Stampede Saloon & Eatery, info 307-422-3200, [email protected].


ONGOING Live Music: Acoustic jam session Thu, live music Fri & Sat. Stampede Saloon & Eatery, free, info 307-422-3200, [email protected].


ONGOING Grand Encampment Museum: Main Gallery and GEM Store open Mon-Fri 10a–4p, info 307-327-5308.


THIRD MONDAYS Book Discussion Group:7p, info 307-575-1384.

THIRD MONDAYS Tri-City Arts Guild:6:30p, info 307-575-1384.

SUNDAYS VFW Bingo:1p, VFW Hall, info 307-836-2631.

FOURTH SUNDAYS American Legion Riders:2p, Crazy Tony’s Bar & Grill, info 307-575-0838.


FOURTH SUNDAYS Hartville Museum & Community Center:Free music jam for musicians and listeners. Bring snacks and have fun! 4–6p, info 307-836-2288.


THROUGH SEPTEMBER Historic Jay Em on the Rawhide:Tours available by appointment only. Call 307-735-4364 or 307-322-2839.


OCTOBER 28 David Sedaris: Author and NPR humorist will read from newest work. 6:30p, University of Wyoming Arts and Sciences Auditorium, $35, $20 students, info wyomingpublicmedia.org. PHOTO BY JENNY LEWIS



FOURTH TUESDAYS Bingo: 7p, Community Hall, info 307-710-4045.


TUESDAYS Bingo:7p, Recreation meeting room, 25¢ per card, 14 games, info 307-245-3301.


SEPTEMBER 7-8 Copper Days Festival: Event includes tractor pulls 11a Sat and 10:30a Sun, tractor parade 10a Sat, kids art workshop 12-2p Sat, community polka dance 7-10p Sat. Encampment-Riverside Lions Club arena and Grand Encampment Opera House, $12 for dance, kids under 12 free, other events free. Info 307-326-8855.

WEDNESDAYS THROUGH OCTOBER Farmers’ Market and Craft Fair:Fruit and vegetables from the Boykin’s orchard in Colorado, food trucks, local artists and other hand-crafted goods. 3-6p, Saratoga Museum.


SECOND WEDNESDAYS Rex Young Rock Club:7–8p, Senior Friendship Center, info 308-632-5574.

THURSDAYS  TOPS (Taking Off Pounds Sensibly):8–10a, Senior Friendship Center, info 307-334-3358.


SATURDAYS THROUGH SEPTEMBER Platte County Farmers’ Market:Produce, eggs, raw milk, baked goods, meat, crafts and more. 7:30-10a, Pocket Park, info 307-331-9502.




THURSDAYS  Bluegrass Jam Session:6:30p, Occidental Saloon, free, info 307-684-0451.


SEPTEMBER 29 Clearmont Community Center Foundation Dinner and Auction: Pork rib dinner, bring a pie or dessert. 5:30p, Community Center basement, $10/plate.

ONGOING Historical Center: Center open Thu 2-4p, 1250 Front St, free. Historical Group meets 2p first Mon of the month at Clearmont Library, 1p third Mon of the month at Sheridan Library, info 307-758-4430.


FIRST MONDAY Promotion Board meets the first Monday of every other month at 4:30 pm alternating between Moorcroft, Hulett, Sundance, and Pine Haven.


TO SEPTEMBER 14 In Pursuit of Equality: A traveling exhibit that tells the story of three women who challenged and changed the conventional understanding of equality in Wyoming during the 20th century: Nellie Tayloe Ross, Thyra Thomson and Elizabeth Byrd. Rockpile Museum, info 307-682-5723, [email protected]

SEPTEMBER 21 Dear Folks: Letters Home From WWII: Closing event program 11a, 2p, Rockpile Museum, free, info ccgov.net/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1020.

SEPTEMBER 28 Northeast Wyoming Archaeology Fair: Experience the science of archaeology in Wyoming and try your hand at prehistoric ways of life. 10a-3p, presentations at 11a and 2p. Rockpile Museum, free, info on Facebook.


OCTOBER 13 Dom Flemons presents Black Cowboys: Performer will take guests on an illuminating journey from the trails to the rails of the old west, following the footsteps of the thousands of African American pioneers. 6p, Campbell County High School, free, info on Facebook.

SATURDAYS THROUGH OCTOBER 12 Farmers’ Market:Fresh vegetables and other market items direct from local farmers, ranchers, producers and artisans. 8a-12:30p, Gillette Tech Center parking lot, info on Facebook.

JANUARY 11-19 Furniture Rehab Workshop: Northeast Wyoming Furniture Restorers host open hours workshop with demonstrations, mentoring and heated indoor space to work. 8a-9p, CAM-PLEX, $90 for nine days, info 307-682-3851, [email protected]

APRIL 24-25 WyoPoets Workshop:Poetry readings and workshops at this annual event. Ramada Plaza, info wyopoets.org.

ONGOING Ava Community Art Center:Info avacenter.org or 307-682-9133.


ONGOING Hulett Museum and Art Gallery:8a-4p Mon-Fri, free, info 307-467-5292.


SEPTEMBER 19 Business After Hours: 5-7p, Niobrara County Library. Help them celebrate their 100th birthday, info 1-800-223-LUSK.

OCTOBER 6 Big Bucks Bingo:Doors open at noon for lunch, bingo starts at 1p. Niobrara County Fairgrounds, info 1-800-223-LUSK.

OCTOBER 24 Business After Hours: 5-7p, Solutions for Life. Open to the public, info 1-800-223-LUSK.

OCTOBER 31 Spook day: Parade and trick or treating at 4p downtown, 4-H carnival 5:30-8:30p at the fairgrounds. Info 1-800-223-LUSK.

NOVEMBER 8-10 Quilt till you wilt with Lickety Stitch: At the fairgrounds. Info 307-334-9963.

NOVEMBER 15 Chamber banquet: Country club, 6p, open to the public, info 1-800-223-LUSK.

NOVEMBER 15-16 Republican State Meeting: At the fairgrounds. More info tba.


SEPTEMBER 14 Heritage Roundup:Museum fundraiser includes chuckwagon supper, silent auction and live music, 5-9p, West Texas Trail Museum, $20, $5 for 12 and under. Info 307-756-9300.

THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30 Wyoming Military Fallen Warrior Memorial Kiosk: Available for viewing weekdays 9a-5p, West Texas Trail Museum, info 307-756-9300.

ONGOING Library events: Story hour 10a Wed; Book club 1p third Thursdays and 6p fourth Tuesdays. Info 307-756-3232,[email protected].

ONGOING West Texas Trail Museum hours: Mon-Fri 9a-5p. Info 307-756-9300, [email protected]

THIRD MONDAYS Moorcroft Historical Society: 5:45p, West Texas Trail Museum.

THIRD THURSDAYS Birthday and Anniversary Dinner:Meat provided, bring a side dish. 5p social hour, 6p dinner, Senior Center.


THURSDAYS Newcastle Farmers’ Market: Community market features local produce, prepared foods and crafts. Through the end of September. 5-7p, Weston County Fairgrounds, free, info 307-630-6169, [email protected].

FRIDAYS Bingo: 7:30p, VFW Hall, free.

SECOND & FOURTH WEDNESDAYS GiGi’s Closet: Providing free gently-used clothing for the family. 9a-1p, First United Methodist Church, info 307-746-4119.



OCTOBER 5 Oktoberfest: Fire Auxiliary fundraiser for the fire department and EMTs includes bake sale, $500 cash prize raffle, $5 lunch. 9a-3p, with drawing at 2p.



SEPTEMBER 20 Dominic Cheli in Concert: Pianist performs. 7:30p WYO Theater, $19, $17 senior and military, $12.50 student. Info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

SEPTEMBER 26 National Theatre Live: King Lear: 6:30p, WYO Theater, $16, $11 students. Info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

SEPTEMBER 27 Rachel Bergman Flute Recital: Sheridan college faculty member will play for the public. 7p, Whitney Center for the Arts, free, info 307-675-0360, [email protected]

SEPTEMBER 28 Lyle Lovett & his Acoustic Group: 7:30p, WYO Theater, $92, info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

OCTOBER 4-6 WYO Film Festival: Filmmakers and audiences gather to connect and watch independent films. Info 307-675-0360, sheridanwyofilmfest.org.

OCTOBER 8 Hearts of Glass screening and panel discussion: 7p, Whitney Center for the Arts, free, info 307-675-0360, [email protected]

OCTOBER 10 Jazz @ Sheridan College: Sheridan College Jazz ensemble performance. 7p, Whitney Center for the Arts, free, info 307-675-0360, [email protected]

OCTOBER 12 Met Live in HD: Puccini’s Turandot: 10:55a, WYO Theater, $21, $11 students, info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

OCTOBER 19, 24-27 WYO Gala 2019, Catch Me if You Can the Musical:5:30p Oct 19, $110. WYO Theater. Encore performances of Catch Me if You Can Oct 24-27 $27, $24 senior/military, $20 students, info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

OCTOBER 20 Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company:Interactive performance and teaching event is designed to get everyone involved in the dance, 2p, Whitney Center for the Arts,  $35, $25 seniors, $10 students , info 307-675-0360, [email protected].

OCTOBER 30 National Theatre Live: Frankenstein:6:30p, WYO Theater, $16, $11 students, info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

NOVEMBER 2 Met Live in HD: Massenet’s Manon:10:55a, WYO Theater, $21, $11 students, info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

NOVEMBER 5 National Dance Company of Siberia:7:30p, WYO Theater, $30, $26.50 seniors & military, $18 students, info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

NOVEMBER 7 National Theatre Live: Antony & Cleopatra:6:30p, WYO Theater, $16, $11 students, info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

NOVEMBER 9 Met Live in HD: Puccini’s Madama Butterfly:10:55a, WYO Theater, $21, $11 students, info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.

NOVEMBER 19 Bolshoi in Cinema: Le Corsaire:6p, WYO Theater, $16, $11 students, info 307-672-9084, wyotheater.com.


SEPTEMBER 7 Sundance Beer Festival:Foodies, vendors, bouncy castles, music and entertainment for the entire family! Beer tasting 4-9p, music and dancing until 10p. Main Street, info sundancebeerfestival.com.

SEPTEMBER 15 Bearlodge Mountain Classic:Mountain bike race through the Bearlodge mountains with courses for all skill levels. 7a-3p, Reuter Campground, info scgmba.org.

SEPTEMBER 17 Sundance Chamber Monthly Meeting:Community members are encouraged to attend. 5:15p at Longhorn Saloon. Info [email protected] or visit  sundancewyoming.com.

OCTOBER 5 Pumpkin Patch Festival: Fall festivities take place in downtown Sundance. 10a-2p, Bearlodge Bakery, info 307-283-4020.

OCTOBER 15 Monthly Chamber Meeting: Community folks encouraged to attend. 5:15-6:15p, Cowgirl Pizza, info [email protected]

TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS Sip ‘n Walk Living History Tours: Adults & children welcome,6:30p Jul 9-Aug 28, meet at Crook County Courthouse Gazebo. Group rates available, info 307-283-3666.

WEDNESDAYS Farmers’ Market: 5-7p, Old Town, info 307-468-9323.

WEDNESDAYS AND THURSDAYS Yoga:4:30p Wed, 5:30p Thu, Central Office Gym, $5, info 307-282-0769.

ONGOING Library Events: Story time for toddlers and preschoolers 10:30a Wed; Lunch Bunch book discussion group11a fourth Thu; Quilting @ the Library6-8p last Mon. Crook County Library, info 307-283-1006 or [email protected]


SEPTEMBER 7 Rose Classic Car Show:10a-3p, Upton City Park, info 307-468-2446.

OCTOBER 10 Chamber of Commerce Meeting: 12p, Remy’s, info 307-467-2642.

TUESDAYS TO MID-SEPTEMBER Farmers’ Market: 5-7p, Old Town, info 307-468-9323.

WEDNESDAYS All You Can Eat Buffet: Drinks and desserts included, 5-8p, Upton Golf Course, $10, $7 seniors, info 307-468-2847.

MONDAYS & THURSDAYS Zumba: 4p, Senior Center, $5, info 307-391-0223.

ONGOING Indoor Archery: Mon-Sat 5-9p, also 9a-12p Sat, 2741 Hwy 116N, $10, info 307-468-2506.

ONGOING Senior Center Activities: Lunch is served at noon Mon-Fri, $4, call for reservation before 9a. 307-468-9267. Stop by Tuesday mornings for coffee and treats, with an exercise program at 9a. Seniors welcome Thu and Fri from 1-4p. Potluck at 5:30p third Mondays. Ask about medical equipment loans. 1113 2ndSt., info 307-468-9251.




SEPTEMBER 7 F.O.A.L. Mustang Rendezvous:Friends of a Legacy benefit for the wild horses of McCullough Peaks includes silent and live auctions, live music and food. 5p, Boot’n’Bottle Club $40, $20 under 12, info Cody Chamber of Commerce, FriendsofaLegacy.org.

THIRD SUNDAYS The Wyoming Fiddler Association District #2 Jam: 1–4p, Cassie’s Supper Club, info 307-754-2687.

ONGOING Cody Country Art League Gallery:9a–5p Mon-Fri, 836 Sheridan Ave, info 307-587-3597.


OCTOBER 19 Halloween Pumpkin Carving: Kids are invited to carve a provide pumpkin and enter it in the Library carving contest. 1-3p, Dubois Museum, $4, free to kids, info 307-455-2284.

NOVEMBER 2 Bighorn Bash: Fine dining, live and silent auctions, games and more to benefit National Bighorn Sheep Center. 5:30p, Headwaters Events Center. Fundraiser often sells out, register in advance, 307-455-3429. PHOTO BY MORGAN BEAVERS


NOVEMBER-MARCH Guided Wildlife Viewing Tours: Hours-long guided tours include biology, history and photo opportunities. Bag lunches available on request. National Bighorn Sheep Center, $200, $100 for groups of two or more. Register 48 hours in advance 307-455-3429. PHOTO BY BILL SINCAVAGE

ONGOING Library Activities: Lego Club for grades K-5, 3:30p Tuesdays; Story Time for birth-5 years 10:30a Fridays; and Lego Duplo Club for toddlers and preschoolers 11a Fridays. Dubois Public Library, info 307-455-2992.


SEPTEMBER 26 Wind River Farmers’ Market: Fresh produce and handmade crafts. 4:30-6:30p, Frank B. Wise building, info 307-840-2256.


SEPTEMBER 3-7 Red Desert Audubon Show: Lander Art Center, free. Info 307-332-5772, landerartcenter.com.

SEPTEMBER 7 Wings & Wheel Fly-in-Car Show: 8a-2p,Hunt Field, free. Info facebook.com/landerairshow.

SEPTEMBER 7 WYO 131 Gravel Road Race:131-mile cycling event starts and ends in Lander. It weaves through red desert hoodoos and historic mining towns, following the tracks of Oregon Trail emigrants up to South Pass. It continues to climb up into the Wind River Mountains, passing high mountain lakes and stunning vistas before rapidly descending back to Lander. After the race enjoy awards and camaraderie in the loft of the iconic Lander Bar. Race starts at Lander City Park. Info 307-332-2926, wyo131.com, facebook.com/wyo131/.wyominggravel.com.

SEPTEMBER 7 Historic Wagons: Wagon restoration expert Al Sammons will walk and talk about the history of the wagon with close examinations of the wagons in the museum’s collection. 7p, Pioneer Museum, free, info 307-332-3339.

SEPTEMBER 14 Apple City Festival: Speakers, apple pie contest for cash prizes, local apple and apple cider samples, petting zoo, kids’ crafts. 1-3p, Pioneer Museum, info 307-332-3339.

SEPTEMBER 14-15  Lander Valley High School Fall Rodeo: Two days of rodeo fun–see 200 contestants compete daily. 12-6p Sat, 9a-3p Sun, Cowboy Church 8:30a Sun. Lander Rodeo Grounds, Free. Info 307-332-4647, [email protected]

SEPTEMBER15 Plein Air in the Park: Painting and drawing competition pairs professional artists with beautiful park locations. The public can cast votes at the Sunday reception and awards 1-3p at Lander Art Center. Info 307-777-5305, 2019pleinairintheparks.eventbrite.com.

SEPTEMBER 19-21 One Shot Antelope Celebrity Hunt and Celebration: Competitive hunt and fundraiser for Water for Wildlife Foundation. This is a ticketed event held at several locations. Info 307-332-8190, oneshotpastshooters.com.


SEPTEMBER 20-21 Wild Horse & Burro Adoption:Silent bidding 12a-5p Fri, 9a-3p Sat. Wind River Wild Horse Sanctuary, info307-438-3838, BLM.gov/whb.

SEPTEMBER 21 Run Like a Bighorn: 10k trail fun run benefit for Sinks Canyon State Park. 6a registration, 3079 Sinks Canyon Rd, $25, $10 kids, free to watch. Info 307-332-6333, sinkscanyonstatepark.org.

SEPTEMBER 28 CWC Apple Orchard Trek: Local expert will talk about apples and the state experimental farm that used to be at the site. 10a, meet at Pioneer Museum and bus to the ranch. $8 registrations required. Info 307-332-3373, fremontcountymuseums.com.

OCTOBER 5 Percussive Art featuring Tattered Art Soldier Sounds: Lander’s Damien Ray did a popular performance of drumming and visuals for last year’s Gettysburg anniversary, he returns this fall with a new show. 7p, Pioneer Museum, free, info 307-332-3339.

OCTOBER 25-26 Halloween Night at the Museum: Costumes are encouraged at this night of spooky stories, crafts, hayrides and treats. 6-9p, Pioneer Museum, $4, info 307-332-3339.

SATURDAYS Farmers’ Market: Fresh produce, meats, dairy, baked goods, homemade crafts and live music. 9-11:30a, Lander City Park, info facebook.com/landervalleyfarmersmarket.

SUNDAYS Swing Dancing at the Coalter Loft: 6-9p, 126 Main St. Free, info 307-332-8228.


SEPTEMBER TBA Fall Garage-a-Rama: Community-wide garage sale with lots of treasures and one-of-a-kind finds. This event is in conjunction with the Black-Footed Ferret Celebration. Info 307-868-2454, [email protected]

DECEMBER 14 Christmas in Meeteetse: Every year, this event gets bigger and better. A huge Craft Fair with extra-fun activities at Santa’s Workshop for kids, visit with santa, with photos, carriage rides all over town, games, memory tree lighting, outdoor activities including a bonfire, beer garden and good food. Info 307-868-2454, [email protected]


SEPTEMBER 13 Farm to Table Dinner Fundraiser: Live music, cocktails and food at fundraising event for the Homesteader Museum. 6p, Washington Park, $40, must be 21 years old to attend.  Info 307-754-9481, homesteadermuseum.com.

SEPTEMBER 14 Homesteader Days:  A family street festival honoring America’s homesteading heritage in the Big Horn Basin. 10a-3p, Homesteader Museum, free, info 307-754-9481, homesteadermuseum.com.


SEPTEMBER 7 Roasters Rendezvous Coffee Festival: Unlimited coffee sampling, coffee cocktails, street fair, live music, farmers market and more. 9a-3p at Central Wyoming College, 4-6p on Main Street. $15-$35. Info eventbrite.com. PHOTO BY JESSICA WOOTEN

SEPTEMBER 13–14 Wild Horse & Burro Adoption:Viewing 12-4p Fri, training demo 1p Sat, viewing 8a-4p, competitive bid 10a. Wyoming Honor Farm, info 307-352-0302,  blm.gov/programs/wild-horse-and-burro/adoption-and-sales/events.

SEPTEMBER 14 Tin Candle Lanterns:Children’s Exploration series includes crafting your own tin lantern. 2p, Riverton Museum, $5, $4 for children, advance registration required 307-856-2665.

SEPTEMBER 19 Uranium in Fremont County History: Learn the incredible history of the uranium industry in Fremont County. 6:30p, Riverton Museum, free, info 307-856-2665.

SEPTEMBER 27–29 Rustler Roundup Rodeo: Steer wrestling, barrel racing and more. 1p Fri, 9a Sat, 11a Sun. Fremont County Fair & Rodeo Grounds-Grand arena. Info 307-855-2000.

SEPTEMBER 28 J.B. Okie Manor Trek: Sheep rancher’s home is a spectacular example of early 20th century architecture. 9a-2p, meet at Riverton Museum, $20 advanced registration required, 307-856-2665.

OCTOBER 17 Ghost Stories, Urban Myths and Legends: Alma Law will read from the bookFremont Haunts. 6:30p, Riverton Museum, free, info 307-856-2665.

OCTOBER 19 Haunted Downtown Walking Tour: Museum staff will share haunted myths and legends that surround some of the historical Riverton structures. 5:30-9:30p, Riverton Museum, $8, registration required 307-856-2665.

WEDNESDAYS Music Jam: All are welcome to play folk, classic, country, bluegrass, old time rock ‘n’ roll and more. 6:30-8:30p, 103 S 6th St E., free, info 307-856-2518.


SEPTEMBER 28 Run the Red Desert: Wyoming Wilderness Association race courses include a half-marathon, 45k, and 120k (75 miler) designed to take runners into the most remote and beautiful country in the Northern Red Desert. Info runthereddesert.com.

ONGOING Carissa Gold Mine Tours:Thursday-Sunday, no kids under 8. 2-4p, 125 South Pass Main St. Reservations recommended $5, $3 WY residents, info 307-332-3684, southpasscity.com/tours.


OCTOBER 14 Hunter Fest: Gun raffle, food, music and vendors at event. 11a-2p, 200 block of Pine Street, info 307-347-3226, WTSChamber.org.

FIRST & THIRD THURSDAYS Live Music:Acoustic Open Mic Night on 1stThu; Open JAM Night on 3rdThu, 7p, Ten Sleep Brewing Co., info tensleepbrewingco.com.


SEPTEMBER PLEIN-AIR: Hot Springs State Park, info thermopolischamber.org.

SEPTEMBER 12 Dinner and a Movie: Hot Springs County Library, info thermopolischamber.org.

SEPTEMBER 14 Wyoming Quarter Horse Fall Sale: Hot Springs County Fairgrounds, info thermopolischamber.org.

SEPTEMBER 19 Chamber Business After Hours: Hosted by Friends of the Hot Springs County Library, info thermopolischamber.org.

SEPTEMBER 27-29 Connie Combs Barrel Clinic:HSC Fairgrounds, info thermopolischamber.org.

OCTOBER 11-12 Friends of the Library Book & Bake Sale:8a-12p, Hot Springs Armory, info thermopolischamber.org.

OCTOBER 11 Moscow and Ukrainian Dance:7p, Hot Springs County Auditorium, info thermopolischamber.org.

OCTOBER 12 Hot Springs Cool Criterium:3-4p, Hot Springs State Park, info thermopolischamber.org.

SECOND FRIDAYS ArtStroll: Stroll on Broadway Street in Historic Downtown Thermopolis. The theme for Sept 13 is “Get Your Chalk On.” Info 307-864-3002, [email protected]


SEPTEMBER 6 Friday Night Wine Down: Cash bar and hors d’oeuvres served, watercolor artist Colleen Drury to attend. 5:30-7:30p, Washakie Museum, $10, free to museum members, info 307-347-4102.

SEPTEMBER 14 Harvest Festival: Demolition derby 6p, basketball tournament, cornhole, food and craft vendors. Worland Main Street, information 307-347-3226.

SEPTEMBER 21 Modes of Transportation: Children ages 7 and up invited to STEAM class about the mechanics of trains and cars and how they helped settle the West. 10a-12p, Washakie Museum, free, info 307-347-4102.

OCTOBER 3, 5 Auditions for Christmas Carol Musical: 6-8p Oct 3, 11a-2p Oct 5, all ages invited to audition. Washakie Museum, call to sign up early 307-347-4102.

OCTOBER 12 Indigenous People’s Day: Learn about the people who lived in Wyoming long before the United States was even a nation. Activities all day, children’s art class at 10a. Washakie Museum, free, info 307-347-4102.

NOVEMBER 8 Mammoth Quick Draw: Dozens of artists will create artwork to be auctioned off during fundraiser for Washakie Museum & Worland Rotary Club. Dinner, drinks and entertainment. 5:30-10p, Washakie Museum. $45, info 307-347-4102.

DECEMBER 14, 19, 20, 21 A Christmas Carol Musical: Washakie Museum, info 307-347-4102.




SEPTEMBER 28 Evanston Health Fair:8a-12p, Evanston Recreation Center, info 307-783-8348.

THURSDAYS THROUGH OCTOBER 3 Evanston Farmers’ Market: 3-7p, Historic Depot Square, free.

OCTOBER 12 Hunter Par 3 Golf Tournament:Purple Sage Golf Course, info 307-789-2383.

OCTOBER 17 Hunter Widows Night:5-8p, Historic Downtown Evanston, info 307-783-6320.

OCTOBER 17-19 Deer Camp:Sagebrush Theatre production, Strand Theatre, info on Facebook.

OCTOBER 19 Halloween Scramble Golf Tournament:Purple Sage Golf Course, info 307-789-2383.


SEPTEMBER 28 Bike Your Park: Experience the fort in a new way by biking a guided 2-mile path around the fort. 10a, Fort Bridger State Historic Site,free to participants, info 307-782-3842.

OCTOBER 26 Halloween Tick-or-Treat: Walk a solar-lighted path, get spooked by volunteers, receive candy at historic buildings, and end with hot beverages and a hay ride back to your vehicle. Sponsored by the Fort Bridger Historical Association.6:30a-9p, Fort Bridger State Historic Site, $5, 5 and under free, info 307-782-3842.

DECEMBER 15 Victorian Christmas at the Fort: Visit the Commanding Officer’s Quarters for children’s activities, caroling, pictures with Santa, readings of The Night Before Christmas, and refreshments. Sponsored by the Fort Bridger Historical Association. 2-5p, Fort Bridger State Historic Site,$5 per person, 12 and under free, info 307-782-3842.

JANUARY 1, 2020 First Day Hike: Take in history, scenery, and make new friends as you walk one mile around the site with refreshments to follow. 1p, Fort Bridger State Historic Site,free, info 307-782-3842.

TUESDAYS Bingo: 6p, American Legion Hall, info 307-780-5489.


SECOND FRIDAYS Lego Club:10a–noon, Lyman Branch Library, ages 8 & up, free, info 307-787-6556, uintalibrary.org.


WEDNESDAYS Storytime: 11a, Uinta County Library, info 307-782-3161.

SECOND WEDNESDAYS Chamber of Commerce Community Luncheon:For business owners and individuals alike. $15/plate, noon, Mountain View Town Hall, RSVP [email protected], 307-787-6378.

ONGOING Community Classes: Fitness, computer and workforce classes are available. Valley Learning Center, times and prices vary. Info valleylearningcenter.coursestorm.com or 307-782-6401.