Wyoming Arts Council

Sinclair's "Taste of Wyoming" due out in March

Truck-stop cuisine it ain’t. Worland’s Pamela Sinclair has written a book, “A Taste of Wyoming: Favorite Recipes from the Cowboy State,” described on amazon.com as “a divine blend of Wyoming’s rich culinary heritage and contemporary cuisine.” You have to leave the interstate to find the food so lovingly described by Pamela in her book. Photographs
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MFAers in Casper read to enthusiastic crowds

The readings began at noon in the Vista Lounge in the Student Center at Casper College. Thanks to Dylan Llewlyan for providing us with sub sandwiches and refreshments and for setting up all the details of these readings. Josh Olenslager (who has been published a handful of times), read his wonderfully image-rich poetry. Jason Burge
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New Alta Branch Library gets go-ahead

Readers in Alta received some good news last week (from a press release): On Jan. 22, Teton County Commissioners’ voted to purchase land in Alta to relocate the Alta Branch Library. The County will purchase a 1.5 acre parcel from St. Francis of the Tetons Episcopal Church. The parcel is situated at the northern boundary
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Yazzolino & Thomasma at Teton Co. Library

On Friday, Feb. 8, 7-8 p.m., local teacher-musicians Terry Yazzolino and Dan Thomasma explore history through music at the Teton County Public Library in Jackson. They will play songs from their new CD and perform historical re-enactments to celebrate Black History Month. For families with school-age children and up. Snacks provided. Cost: Free. Location: Ordway
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Yazzolino & Thomasma at Teton Co. Library

On Friday, Feb. 8, 7-8 p.m., local teacher-musicians Terry Yazzolino and Dan Thomasma explore history through music at the Teton County Public Library in Jackson. They will play songs from their new CD and perform historical re-enactments to celebrate Black History Month. For families with school-age children and up. Snacks provided. Cost: Free. Location: Ordway
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"Power of Place" lectures in Carbon County

The lecture series, “The Power of Place: Legacies of Carbon County,” continues through March at the Carbon County Higher Education Center, 705 Rodeo St., Rawlins. The lectures are being recorded and archived at CCHEC and the Carbon County Museum. Soon they will be available as podcasts on the CCHEC website. Time for all lectures is
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"Power of Place" lectures in Carbon County

The lecture series, “The Power of Place: Legacies of Carbon County,” continues through March at the Carbon County Higher Education Center, 705 Rodeo St., Rawlins. The lectures are being recorded and archived at CCHEC and the Carbon County Museum. Soon they will be available as podcasts on the CCHEC website. Time for all lectures is
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JCAHC to award college scholarship

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council will award a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior in Buffalo or Kaycee high schools who intends to pursue studies in the arts and humanities after graduation. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of merit and demonstrated ability for that person to succeed in his/her chosen
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Bluegrass band kicks off climate change event

From a UW press release: The bluegrass band “Head for the Hills” will perform Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 8 p.m. in the Wyoming Union Skylight lounge. The performance will kick off the University of Wyoming’s climate change symposium scheduled Thursday, Jan. 31, in the Wyoming Union. The band plays a mixture of homegrown compositions, traditional
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Call for entries: Riverton Art Show & Sale

Entry forms are now available for the Riverton National Art Show and Sale June 6-15 at Central Wyoming College in Riverton. It’s sponsored by the Riverton Artists Guild. Completed application forms and fees ($10 per entry) are due by May 15. Shipped works are due on May 31. Hand-delivered works may be brought through 3
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