Wyoming Arts Council

On the road with the Piatigorsky Tour

The Wyoming leg of the Piatigorsky Foundation Concert Tour, featuring Evan Drachman on the cello and Richard Dowling on the piano, continues on Tuesday, April 17, 7 p.m. in Upton at the Eastern Wyoming College branch. For details, contact Liz Barritt at 307-468-2495 or lbarritt@upton.weston7.k12.wy.us. The duo travels to Crook County on Wednesday, April 18,
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Powwow performers in Torrington April 21

“Dance Across Wyoming” presents the Wind River Reservation Powwow Performance Tour on Saturday, April 21, 7 p.m., at Eastern Wyoming College Fine Arts Auditorium in Torrington. Tickets are $7. Look for more powwow performances in June and July in Cody, Casper, and Rawlins.For more information, contact the Wyoming Arts Council at 307-777-7742 or EWC at
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No shortage of spring events in Casper

Listed are just a few of Casper’s spring arts events:April 28–Casper Artists’ Guild’s Betty Downing’s Pastel Portrait Workshop, West Wind GalleryApril 29–Casper Chamber Music Society, Rainer Schwarzkopf and friends, Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian, 4:00 pmMay 1–Casper Events Center, Best of Broadway, Mannheim Steamroller Fresh AireMay 4-5 and 8-12–Casper College Black Box Theatre–Flight (A Story
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Jackson Hole Art Academy summer classes

Carolyn Anderson–Portrait/Still Life, oil–June 18-21Revecca Pearl–Horses/Landscape, pastel–June 25-29Jim Wilcox–Plein Air Landscape, oil–June 9-13David Drummond–Landscape, watercolor–July 16-20David Wade–Wildlife, oil–July 23-27Joe Bohler–Plein Air Landscape, watercolor–August 20-24For more info please call 877-765-8356 or e-mail info@soltekarts.com

Experience Oktoberfest in Germany and Austria

The Grand Teton Music Festival is headed to Munich, Lienz, and Salzburg for an Oktoberfest celebration, from September 29-October 9, 2007. Join veteran tour leader Stan Klassen as he unveils the magnificence of these beautiful areas. Experience the 2007 Munich Oktoberfest, Munich’s Symphony Orchestra, and tour the Dachau Concentration Camp. In Leinz, Jackson’s Sister City,
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Nicolaysen’s Summer Festival

June 15 and 16 are the days for the Nic Fest. The festival features live music, living sculptures, exotic food vendors, games and hundreds of area artists showing off their work. Part of Beech Street is closed to make room for tents and more than 6,000 expected visitors. Many volunteers are still needed, about 200,
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Nicolaysen's Summer Festival

June 15 and 16 are the days for the Nic Fest. The festival features live music, living sculptures, exotic food vendors, games and hundreds of area artists showing off their work. Part of Beech Street is closed to make room for tents and more than 6,000 expected visitors. Many volunteers are still needed, about 200,
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Casper College events

Comedy hyptonist Frederick Winters will return to Casper College for a performance at 7:00 pm, April 13, in the Roberts Common Ballroom. The show is open and free to the public.FMI call (307) 268-2110 or www.caspercollege.edu The Wyoming Outdoor Council will host a screening of a new documentary film entitled, “A Land Out of Time”
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Inherit the Wind playing at Stage lll

“Inherit the Wind,” a play by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee begins tonight in Casper at the Stage lll Community Theater, 900 N. Center St. Since its controversial debut in the 1950s, the play, a fictionalized version of the 1920s Scopes Monkey trial, is a still-controversial subject. The play runs on the weekends of
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Laramie County Library Poetry Performance

The Colorado-based poetry group TVS and Two fingers will perform at the library on Monday, April 16, at 7pm. “They give an amazing poetry and visual experience,” said Tony Rumpf, spokesperson for the library. The group incorporates musical sounds, beats and rhythms with many different and random objects, even ducttape, with whatever might be at
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