Wyoming Arts Council

Linda Hasselstrom to lead Custer, S.D., writing workshop

September 19-21 are dates set for the third annual writers workshop sponsored by the Badger Clark Memorial Society, a South Dakota non-profit corporation. Linda M. Hasselstrom of Hermosa, noted author and workshop instructor will direct the workshop. Workshop schedule: Friday, Sept. 19, includes an afternoon writing session at the Badger Hole in Custer State Park
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Meet the bookfest authors: Charlotte Babcock

Longtime Casper resident Charlotte Babcock is the author of The St. Patrick’s Story and Shot Down: Capital Crimes of Casper (High Plains Press, 2000), which won the Wyoming State Historical Society’s history book of the year award. She was recognized in 2001 by the City of Casper and the American Association of University Women as
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Celebrating the art of highway patrolling

This comes from Coleen Haines at WYDOT: The Wyoming Highway Patrol will be hosting a public open house event to celebrate its 75th anniversary on Thursday, Aug. 21 from 1-4 p.m. It will be held in the white tent between the Wyoming Highway Patrol Headquarters building and the main WYDOT building at the I-25 and
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One-time NIC director lands Colo. Springs job

Sam Gappmayer, the one-time director of the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper and a Wyoming Arts Council board member, has a new job. Here are the details from The Denver Post: Sam Gappmayer — executive director of the Sun Valley Center for the Arts in Ketchum, Idaho, since 2002 — will helm the Colorado Springs
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Meet the bookfest authors: Mark Junge

Cheyenne writer Mark Junge currently is riding his bike through California, and reporting his adventure in the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle. He will return in time for the Equality State Book Festival in Casper Aug. 18-20. Here’s more info: Mark Junge worked for nearly a quarter of a century in the Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office before
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Books & music mark veterans event

On Saturday, August 23, come to Lion’s Park Ampitheater in Cheyenne and hear three-tour Vietnam veteran and author Roger Helle talk about his books, “My War Beyond Vietnam” and “A Time to Kill, A Time to Heal.” There will be music by local favorite Todd Dereemer and his band. FMI: Contact Jay Meyer at (307)
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Books & music mark veterans event

On Saturday, August 23, come to Lion’s Park Ampitheater in Cheyenne and hear three-tour Vietnam veteran and author Roger Helle talk about his books, “My War Beyond Vietnam” and “A Time to Kill, A Time to Heal.” There will be music by local favorite Todd Dereemer and his band. FMI: Contact Jay Meyer at (307)
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UW Art Museum announces tour schedule for sculpture exhibition

A special community day is also planned The University of Wyoming Art Museum has scheduled free tours of “Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational.” Tours will be available every Wednesday and Thursday beginning August 20, continuing through September. Anyone interested in learning more about the sculptures is invited to attend. No reservations are necessary, however, tours will
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Auditions announced for "The Dead Guy"

Rose Wager at the Cheyenne Little Theatre in Cheyenne sends this audition invitation:You’ll love the first comedic Reader’s Theatre of the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’ performance season — The Dead Guy by Eric Cobles. A satire on reality television, The Dead Guy ends on a serious note.Auditions are Monday and Tuesday, August 25-26, 6:30 p.m.
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Auditions announced for "The Dead Guy"

Rose Wager at the Cheyenne Little Theatre in Cheyenne sends this audition invitation:You’ll love the first comedic Reader’s Theatre of the Cheyenne Little Theatre Players’ performance season — The Dead Guy by Eric Cobles. A satire on reality television, The Dead Guy ends on a serious note.Auditions are Monday and Tuesday, August 25-26, 6:30 p.m.
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