Scott Rupe at Black Tooth Brewing 5/27 6pm-9pm
Kick the weekend off with the styling sounds of Scott Rupe!
Friday Night Jazz! 5/27 6pm-9pm
Music by Jazztet in the relaxing Hathaway's Lounge. Two-drink minimum required.
Let's kick off summer with some BBQ and Rock & Roll!
Brodelle's BBQ will be serving from 5pm until sell out.
Hometown favorites, the Galactic Lemonz will take the stage at 6pm.
Join us May 27th 5:00 - 6:00pm in the Rawlins Library for this true crime book club!
This month's suspect is Danny Rolling.
Every month we read and/or listen about the suspect in the books, news, or podcasts of your choosing. Bring your thoughts, findings, and opinions to the meeting!
For more info, call: (307) 328 -2618
Support Harriet and have fun at a barn dance! $25 per adult (kids free), dinner included.
2 rounds of (18-20holes) C tier Event at Pioneer Park Disc Golf Course and a modified EWC college Course (upon approval) in Torrington Wyoming. Event is sponsored by Innova Disc Golf.
May 28 $45 for open, $35 for Am, Female and Juniors $25(w/full players packs) Pro payout will be done through PayPal at 85% for all events. $10 fee if you aren’t a PDGA member
I have 20 spots for $1 for youth with full players pack. If you need help email Jordan or Paul and they will help you sign up.
Please join us for a Benefit Poker Run in honor of Bj Trevino to help his wife and kids.
Sign up from 9am-11am
Hands are $15 for one and $20 for two. Cars, Pick-ups and motorcycles are welcome!
We will have Bloody Mary’s and Firehouse Skillets during signup.
Hi allI am passing this along for Pine Bluffs Lions Club. if you would like to register reply to Gary Roadifer emails see below.Thanks Orv MoodyBike Riders,It is getting close to that time of the year again. The Pine Bluffs Lions Club High Plains Ride for Sight will be Sunday, May 29, 2022.Attached is the notice and the registration form.See you on May 29th.--Gary RoadiferDo more than belong, participate.Pine Bluffs Lions Club, Secretary/Treasure1st Vice District GovernorDistrict 15 GLTTrustee, Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute Foundation307firstname.lastname@example.org
Family Day at 307 Hatchet House! 1pm-11pm 5/28 and 5/29
Come join us for Family Day at 307 Hatchet House every Saturday and Sunday!
Free Pool on Sundays!
Drawing at 7:00 PM
Book Discussion Group 5/31 6pm-7:30pm at the Laramie County Library
May’s Book Discussion Group read will be Jodi Picoult’s A Spark of Light, which recounts the tense standoff between hostages and the hostage taker in a women’s health clinic. The novel probes difficult questions such as balancing the rights of pregnant women and the unborn along with what it means to be a good parent. Come to the 3rd floor of the library to retrieve your copy of the book and join us for tea and scones on the last Tuesday of the month.
Jessica Friis, our Children's Village Horticulturist wrote a book! ***Screams out of excitement*** She dedicated countless hours of research and hard work in order to document the history of the Arboretum. Join us for a very exclusive book signing and the chance to get your own copy. Books are $23.99 and will be available for purchase at the Tilted Tulip gift shop. Jessica will be signing books in our front lobby from 11 AM - 1 PM on May 31st.
The Cheyenne Botanic Gardens has partnered with Arcadia Press on an Images of America book about the High Plains Arboretum. Images of America: High Plains Arboretum will be released on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30. To learn more about the book, check out the trailer at https://animoto.com/play/j5YHJJV7vKl6usRrHIfCr
The High Plains Arboretum was part of the Cheyenne Horticultural Field Station, which was built by the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1928 for the testing and cultivation of trees, shrubs, flowers, and vegetables that could withstand the harsh conditions of Cheyenne's landscape, including early fall frosts, late spring snowstorms, summer hail, major temperature swings, and strong wind. It operated from 1928 until 1974, when the USDA changed the name and purpose to the High Plains Grasslands Research Station.
"The stories told through station logs include some big personalities, humorous situations, and people of note, including President Franklin D. Roosevelt visiting the Civilian Conservation Corps camps located there," comments Friis. "The research for the book was fun, but more importantly, I hope it impresses upon readers the scope of work conducted here to establish a quality of life on the High Plains that we all enjoy today and inspires the community to invest in the future of the High Plains Arboretum."
To save lives and reduce suicidal behaviors by providing innovative, practical, and proven suicide prevention training. We believe that quality education empowers all people, regardless of their background, to make a positive difference in the life of someone they know.
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide.
Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. Each year thousands of Americans, like you, are saying "Yes" to saving the life of a friend, colleague, sibling, or neighbor.
QPR can be learned in our Gatekeeper course in as little as two hours.
Cheyenne Children's Learning Carnival 6/1 4pm-7pm 515 W. Jefferson Rd. Cheyenne, Wy
Featuring games, activities, food, vendors, and Waterford.org facilitators offering proven techniques aimed at helping Cheyenne parents and caregivers help their children with learning at home.
Rawlins Library welcomes all practicing levels, all physical abilities, to come practice with us!
Bring your yoga mat and water bottle.
Tai Chi is a slow and gentle exercise that is suitable for older adults. This exercise offers the benefits of flexibility, strengthening balance, muscle strengthening, and endurance training.
For more info call: (307) 328 - 2618
Jalan Crossland is nationally acclaimed by audiences, critics, and his musical peers as being a premier acoustic guitarist, banjo player, singer-songwriter, and engaging showman. Along with dozens of regional contest awards, his extraordinary guitar work earned him National Fingerstyle Guitar Championship Runner Up honors in ’97 and the State Flatpick Championship title of his home state in 1999. His 2017 album, “Singalongs For The Apocalypse”, won Wyoming Public Radio’s People’s Choice - Album Of The Year award. In recognition for his contribution to the arts in Wyoming, he was bestowed the Governor’s Arts Award in 2013.
Western Vista Food Truck Rally 6/3 11am-2pm 1920 Thomes Ave
We have several food trucks that will be on site: Wyo Philly Wagon, Tumbleweed Tacos, Munchin Moose Express, Silva's Traveling Grill, Sweeter Things, LLC, Brodell's BBQ & Southern Squeeze Lemonade.
The annual SEWBA Golf Tournament 6/3 7:30am Airport Golf Club
SE WY Builders Association Golf Tournament Friday, June 3rd
7:30 am check in / 9 am shotgun Start Airport Golf Course
$125 per golfer or $400 per team
Capital City Whiskey Tasting 6/3 6pm 2401 E. Pershing Blvd
Join us for a fantastic evening of sampling local, Wyoming-based whiskey and other liquors, great food, a live and silent auction, music, and an overall great time!
We will be hosting several distillers from around the State to highlight their products and provide our guests with unlimited tastings throughout the evening.
On the night of the event, please make sure to park on the EAST SIDE of the Blue Federal Credit Union World Headquarters building and enter through the main doors.
We hope to see you there!
First Friday Artwalk kicks off the summer with a bang! Join us June 3rd as we showcase Deselms Fine Art at 303 East 17th St. with a plein air painting event, music, food trucks, beverages and the Cheyenne ArtHaus. Don't forget to visit the other First Friday Artwalk venues and to visit with their special featured artists for June.
Bet on your favorite Cornhole Team to help raise money for Black Dog Animal Rescue and give yourself the chance to win BIG!
Cornhole Tournament + Block Party will take place the following day (6/4) at Civic Commons Park. Winners will be announced after the tournament ends (likely around 2pm).